The Yoga Space, located in west Ann Arbor and serving Dexter and Saline, is dedicated to helping people experience the benefits of practicing Iyengar Yoga; of finding out how good they can feel, how much they can learn about themselves and how the practice can help them age gracefully.
On The Mat for Charity
Join us for these donation classes for Food Gatherers during the week of Thanksgiving. For more information see the On The Mat flier.
Monday, November 23, 5:45 – 7:15: Managing Stress, a class for anyone with at least 3 months Iyengar Yoga experience taught by Sue Salaniuk.
Saturday, November 28, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm: Open Practice. The studio is open for your individual Practice. Sally Rutzky will be there with some practice suggestions should you need them.
See Our Schedules and Sign up Now!
Session runs Oct. 26 to Dec. 19
Session runs January 4 – February 27.
We offer a variety of classes to fit everyone’s needs. See our Beginning, Intermediate, Experienced (Continuing), Special Needs and Special Focus Classes. Private Lessons and Teacher Seminars/Training are also available. Our teachers are certified in the Iyengar method. Drop in students are welcome, fees: $20 for 1 1/2 hr. class; $25 for a 2 hr. class.
Special Focus Classes
A New Experience!
December 6 – Restorative
We offer special classes targeting particular issues or ideas from time to time. These classes teach how to use the asanas to rest, restore and rejuvenate yourself. Most are done in a supportive manner and look deceptively easy, but these positions delve deeply into your inner being to help bring repose where there is stress and understanding about underlying tension so that you begin to let go and release. Register now!
Free Yoga Class
Friday, November 27, 6:00 – 7:00 pm
All are welcome to come. Come try out yoga or come to an extra class. This monthly Friday evening class is a great way to relax, finish off the week and get ready for the weekend. If you are curious about yoga, come and discover how good you will feel at the end of class! Sue Salaniuk will be teaching.