Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Class Descriptions for September

Hi Dili Yogis and Yoginis,

It is great to be back in Dili. As most of you know I've been away doing a teacher training and I'm coming back with my Vinyasa Yoga certification - exciting. So you will probably notice that the classes will change a bit based on that. As always, please give me your comments and feedback so I can keep on making Yoga in Dili better for all of you!

All classes are still at the Alola Foundation. Classes start at 6:15 so please be on time! It is respectful to your teacher and to your fellow students! Also, as always, please arrive early to let your teacher know if you have any special needs, are recovering from an injury or have any questions. Our class run-down for the coming months is as follows:

Monday - Open Level Yoga class
  • Teacher: Tanya
  • Duration: 1h15 mins (6:15 - 7:30)
  • Level: Open Level
  • Donation: $4
Wednesday - Vinyasa Flow Class
  • Description: A vinyasa flow class that will keep you moving and flowing through standing poses, twists, backbends, inversions and more, while building strength, challenging your mind and body awareness, and increasing flexibility.
  • Teacher: Bree
  • Duration: 1h30 mins (6:15 - 7:45)
  • Level: Experienced Beginner / Intermediate (some prior practice of Yoga, and good basic fitness will be helpful for this class. Not suitable for people recovering from injuries, medical conditions, or pregnant women without consent from a physician).
  • Donation: Open
Friday - Foundations Flow
  • Description: A gentle, flowing class, on Fridays we'll focus on building strength and flexibility, safe alignment, breath and posture awareness, and restorative poses. A great class for beginners and intermediate practicioners looking for a smooth way to end the week.
  • Teacher: Bree
  • Duration: 1h15 minutes (6:15-7:30)
  • Level: Gentle (suitable for total beginners and anyone else wanting a fun yet restorative practice)
  • Donation: Open
If you have any more questions, feel free to ask one of the teachers or post a comment to this blog! Namaste everyone and see you on the mat. :)

1 comment:

Katiek patrianoceu said...

Hi! I'm recently arrived in Dili and interested in visiting your yoga classes. However, I don't know my way around very well yet. Can you please give me directions to the Alola Foundation? Thank you!