Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Vinyasa Mama

Vinyasa Mama, a time of practice set aside for the attachment parenting kind!

Veronica & baby Ilo will lead you through an all levels Vinyasa Flow class offering up the spaciousness to tend to your child if needed. This class is mama focused, unlike Buddha Baby Yoga (mom & baby yoga), but children of all stages are welcome to attend.

Worried that your child wil be too much of a distraction for your yoga practice? Perfect! Use this time as practice for life. Life as a mother can throw many distractions your way, so what better way than to work them out on the mat with the support of a loving mother herself!

Veronica, a new mother to a magical and lovable baby boy, Ilo, strives to synthesize her passion for yoga and cultivating peace with nurturing her child, a synthesis she is thrilled to be working towards. When Veronica is off the mat, besides being a mama, She loves to travel & nourish inner, interpersonal and international peace through their writing. Veronica has worked with local teenage girls through photographic narrative camps and finds passion in teaching yoga to at-risk youth. Most recently, while in Sierra Leone, she had the opportunity to facilitate yoga with at-risk youth in Freetown. She is also one smart cookie! Veronica graduated summa cum laude with All College Honors, obtaining her B.A. in both Psychology and Philosophy as well as graduating from the Joan B. Kroc School of Peace and Justice Studies as a Gandhi Fellow to earn her M.A.

Join Veronica and Baby Ilo for a peaceful time of focus and fire with Vinyasa Mama Yoga while finding that inner peace within your mama-hood!

Vinyasa Mama Yoga with Veronica & Baby Ilo every Tuesday 9:15-10:30am
Starts September 20th

Daddy's Welcome

Brent & Thea

Because sometimes
Vinyasa Daddy is just
better than Kids Space!

Not interested in practicing with your child on the mat, then try
Mommy Time Yoga on Wednesday's & Friday's 9:30-10:45am
with Kids Space
for the children to "play" yoga while you enjoy your practice in the next room.

There! now you have no excuse not to indulge in your practice of yoga.

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