An event every week that begins at 9:00 am on Monday and Wednesday, repeating until July 27, 2022
Click to register (required, limited capacity)
This class is non-judgmental, safe and fun. It’s a non-intimidating, slow basic practice focused on applying moderate stress to the connective tissues (tendons, fascia, and ligaments) with the aim of increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility and posture. It also incorporates asanas, gentle sequences, pranayama, and guided meditation to support increased awareness of the mind and body.
Yoga has the ability to meet us where we are in the moment, in bodies and minds. We will strive to let go and rediscover a sense of wholeness, taking a break from constantly trying to fit our pieces together. All are welcome here. Let’s discover and further our practice.
Wear comfortable clothing that allows for a full range of motion. Yoga is practiced in bare feet for traction and safety. Please bring your own mat, towels and refillable bottle.
Marci Stonehenge found yoga over a decade ago. It was at a point when she was in an emotionally precarious place and needed something to give her a sense of wholeness. A small yoga studio welcomed her in with total acceptance. She has since explored many versions of yoga at a variety of studios and colleges. She now lives off-grid in Joshua Tree and wants to share her joy of yoga with all that wish to join in.
Marci is a native born Southern California girl. She received her Yoga Alliance 200 Hour RYT and First Aid certifications from Fullerton College.
In-Person at The Center McDonald/Wright Building