4 session series
Wednesdays in October: October 4 – 25th from 7:30 – 9 pm
Hips govern movement of our entire body. Hip flexibility is an essential component in many of the yoga postures. However it is important to create balance, too little or too much mobility in the hip cause problems elsewhere, such as the knee or low back. In this course participants will explore how the hip joint works in a variety of postures.
Because the hip joint is the epicenter of mobility in your body, once you create freedom in the hips the rest of the body will follow. Indeed, this series will show you how to improve all your poses by creating more space in your hips. With this opening, students will experience feeling more grounded and connected to themselves.
This series is great if you have tight hips or groins. It is appropriate for all levels of yoga practitioners with a minimum of 6 months yoga experience. If you have any questions about your ability to participate please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
$80 for the series of 4 classes
10% off for Adeline Yoga members
We recommend you register early. Space is limited.
Athena Pappas is a well known Senior Iyengar Yoga Teacher based in San Francisco. She has been studying and practicing yoga since 1989, she began teaching in 1998.
Athena finds great joy in teaching yoga. Her instruction is clear and concise, emphasizing alignment and awareness; encouraging focus and balance for mind and body. She teaches with skill, confidence and a sense of humor. Athena shares with her students the benefits of yoga for physical and emotional well-being. She strongly believes that yoga is more than a physical discipline; it is a many faceted gem offering us the tools necessary to achieve true and lasting transformation.
Athena continues to refine her teaching skills and deepen her knowledge of yoga through ongoing study with Senior Iyengar teacher Manouso Manos. She has studied under B.K.S. Iyengar in Pune, India.
She has appeared in the pages of Yoga Journal, The Body Shop Yoga: A Natural Fitness for Body and Spirit and in The Woman’s Book of Yoga and Health. Athena teaches full-time in San Francisco and is President of the Board of Directors for the Iyengar Yoga Association of Northern California / the Iyengar Institute in San Francisco. Find out more at www.athenayoga.com