Come enjoy yoga at the new studio, La Casa de Paja; it’s beautiful, peaceful, and fully equipped.
Yoga will help you move, breath and feel better. It can be an effective healing practice for issues such as diabetes, arthritis, high blood pressure, anxiety/depression, to name just a few. In each class you will stretch and strengthen your body in a fun, challenging and peaceful environment. No yoga experience is necessary.
La Casa de Paja is a fully-equipped wood-floor studio located at the foothills of the mountains in the Ranchitos neighborhood of San Carlos. Take the paved Ranchitos road between Extra and Telmex. Stay on the paved road until you reach a stop sign. Turn right at the stop sign. Drive 3 blocks and turn left. The studio is at the end of block, on the left side. Avenida I #744. Park on the mountain side of the studio. See map below.
Spring-Summer 2018 Schedule :
Monday through Friday, intermediate yoga : 8:30 a.m.
Tuesday & Thursday, Basic Yoga with Omar : 10:30 a.m.
Contact: Please call or email with your questions. Kathy Bereza 226-0119, email@example.com
Friday Feb 16th- Sunday 18th (Friday & Saturday: 9-11 am & 3-5pm / Sunday: 9-11 am)
“Freedom is an Inside Job”
$150 USD or peso equivalentLearn gentle yet precise movements to help re-set the neuromuscular connections in the body. These movements help release trauma, pain, or chronically tight patterns in the body so that you have less pain, gain greater mobility, strength, and improved posture. Great for beginners, those suffering chronic pain or trauma, or just to increase well-being.Workshop details:
All props provided. Wake up somatic intelligence through slow mindful movements to release pain and un-wind patterns of tension. This is a process of self-investigation through awareness that enhances brain to muscle connection.
Workshop offers wellness practices for body, mind and spirit, including meditation, breathing, Somatic movements, and yoga asanas. Everyone will work within their own comfortable pain-free range of motion, deeply restful and relaxing.
Improve mobility, strength and posture.
Reduce neuromuscular pain and symptoms related to chronically-tight muscles such as headaches, frozen shoulder, lower back pain, stiff neck, and breathing difficulties.
Leslie Young has over 30 years of experience with yoga, including training teachers and offering classes and retreats in Canada, Mexico and Belize. Certified originally in both Iyengar and Vijnana Yoga, she now focuses on Gentle Somatic Yoga – a slow, mindful approach to finding ease through awareness. True yoga invites stillness and flow through meditation and movement. Spiritual inquiry has been a living investigation for Leslie through yoga, Buddhist and Non-Dual teachings. She lives off-grid on Savary Island, BC, balancing fluidity and stability in life and yoga. With deep gratitude to many exceptional teachers along the way including Lisa Schwartz, Dona Holleman, Orit Sen-Gupta, Adyashanti, Rupert Spira, Martha Peterson & James Knight.
Iyengar workshop with Deborah Bristow
Kathy Bereza is a 200-hr Kripalu Yoga Certified Instructor. She is a full time resident of San Carlos since 2007. She holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Michigan
and earned her yoga certification from The Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health. She enjoys yoga for its positive health benefits
to mind and body. Feel free to contact her with questions.
In-Studio or In-Home Private (Individual or Group) Sessions Available
Contact Kathy at: 226-0119 or firstname.lastname@example.org.