Other Classes at Devi Yoga Center

These teachers offer classes at Devi Yoga Center. Please contact them directly for prices and registration information.

O.N.E. Yoga

with J. Yusuf-Quddus Erskine, D.O.
(707) 829-5455
Mondays: 7:15 – 8:45 pm Cost: $18/class or $125/8 classes
www.dr.erskine.com

This yoga class series provides participants, whether beginners or experienced, an opportunity to experience therapeutic exercise based on classic Hatha Yoga practice, including restorative poses, taught in a flow pace. Dr. Yusuf Quddus integrates Osteopathic philosophy and medical knowledge with more than 30 years of yoga practice to promote optimal health for class participants.

Pilates

with Mercy Sidbury
mercysidbury@comcast.net
(707) 824-6866

Tuesdays: 5:30 – 7:00 pm

Mercy’s Pilates mat class is designed to offer the student an opportunity to explore and develop internal connections to their own strength and organization, and to learn more about the classic Pilates repertory. The class relies on an ability to focus inwards and provides an opportunity to challenge new discoveries with strengthening exercises of varying complexity.

Aerial Arts

with Amanda Grace
anandagrace707@gmail.com
707-367-1050
Tuesdays 7:15-8:45
Thursdays 5:00-6:30

January 7 begins a six week long beginning aerial silks/hammock series taught by Amanda Grace, Sierra Faulkner and Alyra Rose. No previous experience necessary; we will focus on increasing flexibility and strength necessary for climbing and inverting in the air through basic skill progressions. Come try this class and see if flying is for you, we hope you’ll want to stick with the whole session! Contact Amanda Grace to save your spot or with further questions.

Kundalini Yoga

with Gobind Singh Khalsa
yogaspring@gmail.com
707-774-5223

Kundalini Yoga is the Yoga of Awareness. The word kundalini means “the curl of the hair of the beloved.” It is a poetic way to describe the ever-flowing energy and consciousness that exists within everyone of us. The practice of Kundalini Yoga enables us to merge with the Universal Self, creating a divine union called yoga. The practice combines asanas (postures), pranayama (Breath/energy control) and meditation to balance your whole Being: body, mind, and spirit. Kundalini yoga can be deeply healing as it brings the student intuitive insight, sensitivity and subtle body awareness.