Class Calendar Gentle Yoga and Meditation:The group classes listed below provide a foundation for a healthy, safe, gentle yoga practice.Mondays (Gentle Yoga)Gentle, Slow, Accessible Yoga: Time: 6-7pm begins June 7, 2021 through October 4, 2021, no classes in August 2021.Location: Hope Valley Resort Community Lodge, 8372 Enchanted Way SE, Turner, OR; For residents of Hope Valley Resort.This yoga practice can be done from a mat, chair or both depending on what the participant prefers. This class is focused on yoga “innercise” rather than yoga fitness exercise using slow mindful movements and breathing to facilitate mind, body, spirit and nervous system resilience to ease stress, fatigue, anxiety, depression and chronic pain. Bring your own mat and props.Wednesdays (Gentle Yoga)Gentle, Slow, Accessible Yoga: Wednesdays 2:30-3:30pm, begins October 20, 2021 through April 2022.Location: 2625 N. Craycroft Rd. Suite 215, Tucson, AZ.; Email for the details on the restart of this class in October 2021.Sundays, 12pm-1pm (Aqua Yoga)October 2021-April 2022 in Tucson, AZ.Monthly class in an indoor, heated, mid-town pool.EMAIL for dates and location, pre-registration required for this class, $15.Yoga for Stress Relief, Relaxation & Resilience:This class welcomes participants at all points in their journey with cancer and other chronic health issues. Yoga may ease suffering and enhance quality of life. Participants practice at their own pace; postures may be done using a mat or chair. All levels welcome. Wednesday evenings 6:00-7:00pm. Location: Arizona Oncology Foundation 2625 N. Craycroft Rd. Suite 215, Tucson,AZ. $7 cash or check; Caregivers/ family member also welcome. Aqua Yoga: A unique and different experience, Aqua yoga offers yoga poses in the comfort and support of heated salt water. This opens up possibilities for improved balance, comfort and relaxation. It is necessary to pre-register and to call about additional logistical details as class size is limited to 6 students. $15/group classTime: Sundays, 12:00pm-1:00pm; ongoing, Email for confirmation of dates.Location: Santa Rita Springs, 2301 North Santa Rita Road, Tucson, AZ. For information about the location, consult www.santaritasprings.com PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIREDIndividual / Private yoga classes: Individual yoga classes would be primarily for those who are looking for an introduction to the practice of yoga as a way to become more comfortable with entry into a group class setting or those who are seeking a specific focus for short term individual class sessions. Call 520-370-3499 or email email@example.com for time and location. $65/classIntegrative Yoga therapy: Individuals facing health challenges, life changes and transitions may wish to complement their care plan with the addition of Integrative yoga therapy which focuses on a multidimensional concept of healing using yoga tools to assist the individual in their unique journey to bring balance to the body, mind and spirit. For Integrative Yoga therapy sessions, a minimum of three sessions is recommended. Call 520-370-3499 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for time and location. $100./first session (90 minutes), $75/ additional sessions (60 minutes) Trauma-Informed Yoga Therapy Training TIYTFor dates and registration, see Sundara Yoga Therapy (www.sundarayogatherapy.com). This 50 hour training led by several faculty is designed to teach Yoga Therapy methods to Yoga Therapists, experienced Yoga teachers, mental health professionals presently working with, or are interested in working with clients that suffer from Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD), Panic Disorder (PD), and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The focus of the training is to give participants practical applications of ancient, traditional Yoga techniques that train the body and mind to employ a natural system of self-regulation. The methods we employ are not only rooted in the ancient techniques of Yoga but also in modern neuro-biology research. www.SundaraYogaTherapy.com for information and registration.200 hour Yoga Teacher Training: Your 200 hour teacher training at Mindful Yoga will provide you with training in Yoga Techniques, teaching methodology, anatomy and physiology, Yoga philosophy, lifestyle, and ethics-all solidified by practicum. Your training will qualify you to become a Registered Yoga Teacher with the Yoga Alliance. For dates and registration see Mindful Yoga Tucson (mindfulyogatucson.com). Yoga for Wellness Series:This is a series of 1.5 to 3 hour workshops for coping with health challenges through yoga. Health topics include fibromyalga, asthma and COPD, insomnia, cancer, diabetes, heart disease, grief and loss.“Overcoming Anxiety: A Natural and Holistic Approach”This program is an evidence-informed natural and holistic approach to coping with anxiety. Sessions are didactic and experiential. Self-regulation tools and mindfulness practices are components of the program. No Yoga experience required. Introduction to Overcoming Anxiety: Full three part series: Overcoming Anxiety A Natural and Holistic Approach. Email for additional information: email@example.com“Yoga Tips for Travelers”This workshop will provide quick and simple tips for you to have a healthy and harmonious trip. These tools for self-care when traveling are drawn from the eight limbs of the yoga tradition and Ayurveda including simple breath, asana and centering practices, nurtrition while on the road, packing for the trip, and maintaining equanimity wherever you are in your journey. No yoga experience required.“Yoga Practices for Heart Health”Practices to guide the body and mind from a place of agitation to a place of calm. There is an introductory class every Fall and Spring offered through the Tucson Foundation for Cardiovascular Health as a part of their Heart Series. In this series you will discover the benefits of yoga for cultivating heart health and stress resilience. Each session will provide information, materials and a guided gentle yoga class, relaxation and meditation. Sessions guide the participant on a journey of self-reflection, supportive self-care, and taking the yoga practices off the mat and into daily life for on-going, life-affirming practice. This program is for individuals who wish to be pro-active about the health of their heart as well as individuals (and their partners) who have experienced the challenge of heart disease. Yoga can be done on a mat or on a chair.Additional program optionsIf interested in having a yoga class or presentation at your yoga studio, worksite, home, or community center, or a yoga party for a special event, contact Jessica at firstname.lastname@example.org to bring yoga classes to you. Classes can be done in chairs or on the floor with mats. Price depends on location and number of students.