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This vinyasa-style class is tailored to children 5 years and older! With a focus on linking breath to body in a fun moving meditation!!
Attendance is limited to members and hotel guests. Registration is required.
Mats, blocks and blankets are included. Children should be dressed in comfortable layers and bring water. Class will be hosted in the gym, located on the lower level of the restaurant building.
More about the Instructors:
Laura Olson wants to live in a world where everyone does yoga, where healthy and decadent mean the same thing, and where everyone breaks out in (musical theater) song at regular intervals. She is impassioned about helping people infuse their lives with healthy and delicious food, spiritual and sweaty yoga and simple yet meaningful rituals to create a delectable, sustainable and joyous lifestyle. As a former dancer, Laura has always been kinesthetic, but yoga is what made her finally feel at home in herself. Daily practice has been central to her development of self-understanding and whole-being health and wellness. A devoted Ashtangi since 2000 and teacher since 2003, Laura is steeped in tradition and yet a reverently rebellious yoga teacher. She teaches both Ashtanga and Ashtanga-influenced vinyasa along with breathwork, chanting and more in workshops, classes, and private lessons in the Catskills, Hudson Valley, and New York City. Her offerings are infused with exuberance and a deep love for sharing the joy of a delectable life with her fellow humans.
Twenty years of yoga practice have helped Selena Reynolds to navigate the intricacies of being human from a more balanced, open, and joyous place. She’s taught at local studios, gyms, retreat centers, and privately since 2012, and currently co-teaches Shakti Yoga Woodstock’s Teacher Training program. It is a glorious continuing adventure to provide both Catskills locals and travelers with yoga and mindfulness experiences! Selena aspires to be an agent of joy, optimism, and reverence for life as she guides her students through movement, breathwork, and stillness. She strives to act with love in every situation. (These situations often involve cookie dough, handstands, and her three almost-grown children). Her yoga classes are informative, exploratory, fun, and designed to meet her students where they are and leave them feeling nourished and empowered. Her enthusiasm is infectious!
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