Yoga with Yana
10 Week classes - $100.00
Please pre-register with Yana via email.
Tuesdays: 5:00 - 6:30 all levels
Jana got hooked on yoga after a class with Zena Ursuliak in 1998. Yoga became her guide for processing injury, surgery, sickness, and her first pregnancy. It has become integral to moving through daily life activities with greater ease. Over four years of training, with dozens of yoga teachers from the many different styles gave her a broad perspective. She embraced the term ‘ahimsa’, non-harm which is the foundation of her classes. She shares yoga from a scientific research approach.
Yoga is a complete health regime. Traditional slow paced and introspective classes bring us to the present moment. Her students learn to feel into muscles and joints. Yoga with Yana helps establish new anatomically correct, physiologically regulating, and psychologically positive pathways from brain through nerves into muscles, back to brain. Her classes focus on balance of right/left, front/back, seasonal or repetitive use of muscles.
Come and feel peace of mind, peace of body.
For more information contact Yana at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at
Fridays 4:30pm to 6pm
Podcast Yoga is a 1.5h long vinyasa class for those who are wanting a challenge, some fun and to go deeper into their practice. Anyone can follow along, but it is recommended that you have some yoga experience (at least 10 classes with a yoga instructor). Here is the teacher I usually play because she has fun live music classes direct from Jivamukti HQ in NYC. http://yogastickler.com/ Hope you come out to play! It's a fun way to start the weekend!
Melissa Flint has been practising yoga since 2003, when her physio suggested she might limit the amount of sport injuries if she tried something a little more gentle. She is grateful for the guidance of her many teachers over the years is happy to find healing and grounding in the practice. She has practised in the following styles: jivamukti, anusara, hot yoga, ashtanga as well as other styles that fall under the hatha yoga umbrella.
Qi Gong with Jason Deatherage
Wednesday 7:00 pm
Jason Deatherage will be teaching Chen Taiji and 18 Lohan Palm at Sakuraji in Creston. The class will explore meditative movement and the deep observation of relationships inside and outside the body using the ancient 8 Lohan Palm Qi Gong form and the Hong Junsheng Practical Method Chen Taiji form. The philosophical foundations of these arts will be examined along with how our physical practices can be powerful metaphors for our relationships with all aspects of our everyday lives. Other meditative practices may be examined depending on class interest. All ages and ability levels are welcome. Wear comfortable clothing. Fees are by donation, with 100% of the proceeds going to maintenance and upkeep of Sakuraji.
Jason is a lifelong martial artist, professional musician, parent and working paramedic. His philosophical explorations into the essence of Buddhism and Taoism started before he was a teenager, and he has continued a deep level of inquiry into the real world implications and applications of these philosophies for over 30 years. Jason’s work as a paramedic continues to give him a privileged look at the shifting boundaries of life and death, which contribute a vital reality to his understandings of the philosophies he explores through writing, lectures and physical movement in the form of Taiji, 18 Lohan Palm, Aikido, 8 Shadows Fist Gongfu, and the Piercing Cloud Sword Method.
For more informaton contact Jason