When money is tight it can be hard to justify spending money on yoga classes. Feeling broke or frustrated with job hunts increases the general amount of stress, and that stress manifests in the form of pain in the body. Yoga offers itself as a practice that can help you release that stress and give you mental clarity to help you better deal with all the stressful situations in your life.
As a yoga teacher, I want to provide yoga to all people who want it. It is important for me to teach at places that are affordable. For instance a drop in class at the Garfield community center is $9, compared to some studios where one class can be anywhere from $15-$18. Anytime Fitness in Fremont also ends up being a great deal too. Membership for the gym is $44 a month, offering 5 yoga classes a week, other classes and all the gym stuff too. To check it out free for a week click here.
At the Fremont Abbey things are even more flexible. I offer classes at a sliding scale around $10. If even those options are a little pricey, I love bartering and trading talents.
If you are interested in developing a daily practice I would love to help you come up with one that works for you. I would discuss what you need, for instance a thirty minute series in the morning or something like that, then I would lead you through the series. After the lesson I can write out and draw your series with a few notes so you are prepared to practice on your own. Please email me if interested mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, in the next few weeks I am going to start free yoga at Fremont Peak Park…stay tuned!