This class is perfect for seniors who have a solid, consistent Hatha Yoga practice and want a more challenging class. We will explore extended seated floor and standing postures. In addition, it is suggested that those who attend the 9 AM class, may want to utilize that experience as preparation/warm-up for a more advanced class.
After suffering a serious back injury while skiing 33 years ago where she didn’t walk for one year, Nancy was determined to try everything but surgery. A friend carried her to a yoga class and she incrementally began to heal and re-align her spine—she’s been doing it ever since.
In 1996 Nancy introduced yoga to the SF LightHouse for the Blind & Visually Impaired. She has 15 years of experience teaching visually impaired and blind students of all ages. Says Nancy, “I keep developing my sensory awareness through learning from my students. I work from my own inner-voice, heart, intuition, and experience blending various yoga disciplines from 33 years of practice with some of the best teachers in the world. I care about my students and they tell me they feel the energy. I help them to open their hearts and well-being. Bottom line—yoga evokes discovery of ourselves and helps to quiet the cessation of the mind stuff.”