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September 25

October 16 & 30

8:30 am – 9:30 am

$10 per session

Sessions will take place in the Fountain Garden. An alternative location on the property will be used in the event of rain.

 

Enjoy the fresh autumn air and join Instructor Stephanie at Klehm for Yoga in the Garden! Stephanie’s studies and training specialize in the athlete’s body and performance through flexibility and form, and her teaching style is based on Vinyasa yoga, or flow yoga. She places poses into sequences, and uses the breath to flow from one pose into the next. She likes to focus on awareness of the breath and stress the importance of being present; proper breathing and relaxation will help to strengthen the body, calm the mind and is a fundamental component of good health. In each of Stephanie’s classes, students will learn a variety of poses and sequences to gain flexibility and strength in Klehm’s beautiful and peaceful Fountain Garden.

Wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing. Students should bring water, a towel/yoga mat, yoga strap and yoga blocks.  Do not start yoga if you are pregnant. Pre-registration is REQUIRED (classes will not run without a minimum of 5 registrations.)

ADMISSION: $10 per session

DATES:

  • September 11 CANCELLED
  • September 25
  • October 16
  • October 30
REGISTER ONLINE HERE

REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONS: Sessions are sold separately. All dates are listed above. To register for a specific date, please click the link above (text reads REGISTER ONLINE HERE) and select the date you are interested in. If you would like to register for more than one date, select Continue Shopping after registering for one date. If you have any questions regarding how to sign up for Autumn Yoga in the Garden, please call 815-965-8146 and a staff member will assist you!


 
About Stephanie

Since 2004 Stephanie has been sharing her passion for yoga with the Rockford community in various local studios including FitnessWorks and N’spired studios, through the Rock Valley College Community/Continuing Ed program and outdoor under the pavilion at Anderson Japanese Gardens. She is very excited to start summer classes in the lovely Klehm Arboretum. Even though her training is sport-based, she feels that mindfulness and spirituality are an extremely important part of her yoga practice and teaching.