Yoga 1 is suitable for most students, whether new to the exploration of yoga, would like to return to the fundamentals of yoga or recognize the benefits of a moderately paced experience. Class includes basic pose alignment, and a variety of breathing, relaxation and meditation practices. An appreciation for the holistic science of Yoga, and how to incorporate it into our daily lives and everyday actions, is a component of every class.
Sue came to yoga in her late 30s seeking low-impact physical exercise, but she soon found herself drawn to exploring the deeper aspects of the practice. She began teaching regularly shortly before completing her 200-hour yoga teacher certification (at YogaLife Institute of NH) in 2015. She regularly teaches 4 – 6 classes a week in various Seacoast venues. The experience of yoga, as Sue imagines it, includes developing new perspectives, experimenting with the unfamiliar, opening up beneficial paths of communication, and cultivating light-heartedness as one moves through life. Sue has taught yoga at all levels to students ranging in age from adolescents to nonagenarians.
Favorite yoga quote: “Practice. All is coming.” K. Pattabhi Jois