Vinyasa is all about movement — and most importantly, matching that movement with breathing.
This can be a sweaty, heart-pumping class, but that’s not the same as being really difficult in execution. The upside is that you can make it easier on yourself — and later harder on yourself — as you advance your practice through continuing Vinyasa classes, depending on how you choose to modify, or not modify, your poses and how many breaks you take.
Who can do it:
Vinyasa classes are appropriate for all levels, including beginners. The beauty of this type of yoga is that it’s incredibly adaptable to your experience and energy level.
What to wear and bring:
Comfortable clothing (these can be loose or tight, whatever you prefer) is ideal. Bring a yoga mat, if you don’t have one we have mats available, and a towel, and plenty of water — always better to have too much water than too little!
We are bringing Vinyasa Yoga to DB Fitness beginning February 10, 2016. Every Wednesday in February experience Vinyasa Flow with Jamie. She will leading this 50 minutes session with 100% of class fees being donated to ‘The Raider Project’. Drop in rates for the Raider Project classes will be reduced to $10.00 per class.
The Raider Project mission:
Facilitate a peaceful, successful transition from active military service to a civilian life filled with hope and purpose.
The Raider Project
THE RAIDER PROJECT IS, A COMPONENT OF GALLANTFEW, A 501(C)3 NON-PROFIT PROVIDING VETERAN MENTORING; ANTI-SUICIDE ; AND LAW ENFORCEMENT VETERAN EDUCATION AND DE-ESCALATION TACTICS.
Who is Jamie?
Education and Experience
- 200 hour Yoga Alliance Certified Vinyasa Instructor.
Her Vinyasa classes and workshops are filled with technique and alignment cues for all levels, including beginners. Variations and longer sequences will also challenge and inspire seasoned practitioners. Having completed teacher training with some of the world’s best teachers in Boulder, Colorado. Jamie continues her training all moving toward being 500 hour Certified Yoga Therapy Teacher to focus on Wounded Active Duty and Veterans’ with PTSD and disabilities.
Learn more about Jamie!