Flow Yoga


This class is taught by:

Georgia Zafferes

 
 
In Georgia's class, her students can expect to completely let go of whatever they are holding onto emotionally and physically. She loves offering a variety of options in each pose, so that everyone can feel they are able to move in the way their body needs most in that moment. Georgia enjoys experimenting with music in her class, as a way to deepen the practice and awake emotions through auditory sensation. Georgia aims to connect her students breathing with the movements of their bodies, allowing their minds and bodies to relax and reconnect.

Erica Tharp

For many people, yoga is a path to improved health and wellness. For me, yoga has become a way of life. After years running corporate HR departments and emphasizing wellness, I realized it was time to reboot. Yoga improves mindfulness, reduces stress, and it’s a great workout. Now I get to focus on evolving my yoga skills and sharing what I’ve learned with others.
My style of yoga is a creative, energetic and strength building Vinyasa flow that focuses on connecting breath with movement while also adding a dash of humor. My second love is Yin yoga which allows students to press the pause button on life and breathe while engaged in gentle yet effective stretching, the perfect compliment to the more yang style of yoga, Vinyasa.
I began practicing yoga to manage migraines, back and neck pain that I suffered with the majority of my life. However, I found yoga spiritually empowering as well as physically therapeutic. I learned the importance of connecting breath with movement to calm the mind and the importance of making time for yourself. On this journey I found a new path to health and happiness, and felt a strong calling to share it with others.It’s important not to take yourself too seriously and I enjoy making yoga accessible to everyone. Focus on improvement, not mastery. Success doesn’t have to be a full lotus pose or a 10-minute handstand. For me, success meant improved fitness, flexibility, and reduced pain. 

Carrie Ganz

After a long dance in and out of yoga practice I began to study more seriously about 15 years ago. I practiced for many years and taught yoga at studios in the Washington, DC area. My focus is on alignment based yoga wth an emphasis on freeing body, mind and spirit through the the deep reconnection to a more life enhancing and life sustaining way of moving and being in the world. Our bodies and minds have long formed habits and the more we become aware of our habits the better we can reshape our posture and utilize our breath. Through our work with poses, breathing and meditation we can rediscover the body's own powerfully healing wisdom.

This path through our bodies takes us right to our heart deepening our awareness and awakening our spirit. Our yoga is a path toward feeling more at home in the great gift of our body.

I've been teaching yoga since 2006 and teach classes that create an atmosphere of exploration, of trust in ourselves, increasing awareness and respect yoga practitioners at every level.

Sharon Prybyla

I have been practicing yoga on and off for almost 10 years. I came back to yoga about 4 years ago when I was dealing with pain from running and other high impact activities. When I first came back to yoga, I was mostly focused on what it could do for my body. I quickly started to realize how much better I was feeling in all aspects of my life. I wanted to deepen my practice and became certified under Andrew Tanner and Laura Ahrens with the New School of Yogic Arts. My hope is to guide and empower students to discover all the benefits of finding their true self through breathe and movement.
The Flow Yoga class is open to everyone, regardless of practicing experience. Although if you are not familiar with yoga at all, we do reccommend you taking a Slow Flow, Taoist, or Yin Yoga class first. Basic postures will make up the flow in this class, with advanced variations being offered for our more seasoned yogis. All-Levels classes will include a short meditation to focus the mind, followed by a flow sequence to strengthen and relieve tension in the body, and will close with a savasana, deep relaxation of the body and mind.

Upcoming classes:

  • Mon Jul 24 9:00 am - 10:15 am with Georgia Zafferes
  • Mon Jul 24 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm with Georgia Zafferes
  • Tue Jul 25 9:00 am - 10:15 am with Erica Tharp
  • Tue Jul 25 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm with Erica Tharp
  • Thu Jul 27 9:00 am - 10:15 am with Carrie Ganz
  • Thu Jul 27 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm with Sharon Prybyla
  • Fri Jul 28 9:00 am - 10:15 am with Georgia Zafferes
  • Sat Jul 29 9:00 am - 10:15 am with Carrie Ganz
  • Sun Jul 30 9:00 am - 10:15 am with Erica Tharp
  • Mon Jul 31 9:00 am - 10:15 am with Georgia Zafferes
  • Mon Jul 31 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm with Georgia Zafferes
  • Tue Aug 01 9:00 am - 10:15 am with Erica Tharp
  • Tue Aug 01 6:15 pm - 7:30 pm with Erica Tharp
  • Thu Aug 03 9:00 am - 10:15 am with Carrie Ganz
  • Thu Aug 03 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm with Sharon Prybyla
  • Fri Aug 04 9:00 am - 10:15 am with Georgia Zafferes
  • Sat Aug 05 9:00 am - 10:15 am with Carrie Ganz
  • Sun Aug 06 9:00 am - 10:15 am with Anna Cardoso
  • Mon Aug 07 9:00 am - 10:15 am with Georgia Zafferes
  • Mon Aug 07 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm with Georgia Zafferes



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