Designed for adults of any age, including seniors and those with minor physical ailments, who prefer a slower paced or more relaxed practice. Students practice beginning yoga postures and work on the principles of body alignment and breath awareness. Teachers provide lots of modifications and use props generously. We ensure that poses are accessible for students with extra tight hips, cranky knees, or other minor limitations. Students of all levels are welcome, including those who are new to yoga.
Yoga for Cancer Patients and Survivors
Help center your thoughts and maintain flexibility while living with cancer. Whether you are the patient or if you are the caregiver, you will benefit. Symptoms of fatigue, insomnia, and pain can all lower your quality of life. Some of the benefits of this class include decreased fatigue, lower anxiety, improvement of appetite, decreased pain, and stress reduction. With any workout routine, please talk to your oncologist to make sure this is right for you.
The ultimate, non-impact cardio class! Features high energy mix of music through a state-of-the-art sound system, for serious motivation. Ride brand-new top of the line high-performance bikes! Class length is 1 hour with warm-up and cool-down.
Tween/Teen Yoga for Ages 9-17
Introduction to yoga class, designed to inspire and empower students through self-expression and a sense of belonging. For most, young adulthood is an awkward, stressful time. This class is a place where the student can be part of a community specific to them. Here, learn fundamental Yoga postures in a supportive and non-competitive environment. Gain flexibility, strength and focus. Build self-esteem and learn how to reduce stress though relaxation and breath work.
Themes include body image, choosing positive thoughts and actions, and dealing with peer pressure. Healthy coping strategies and how to love ourselves by taking care of ourselves are also presented. Each class begins with an asana practice followed by relaxation & open discussion. Shay’s classes encourage students to listen to their bodies. Explore challenge (both mental and physical) as often as honoring the balance found in stillness and rest. Learn to live yoga, not only on the mats but off the mats, in day to day life.
• 10:30m Yoga for Cancer Warriors, Survivors & Thrivers
at Eisenhower’s Luci Curci Cancer Center – 3900 Bob Hope Drive, Rancho Mirage, CA
***Doctor’s referral required – minimum $5 fee maybe required***
Call to register 760-674-3602 – Classes in session September-May
10am Yoga on the Great Lawn at Sunnylands – 1st Fridays of the month
No registration required, just show up bring a mat, water, sunscreen
located at 37977 Bob Hope Drive, Rancho Mirage, CA
call for more information 760-202-2222 – Classes in session November – April
Stay tuned for more information about upcoming workshops