Describe yourself in three words: Balanced, passionate, optimistic.
Why do you teach Yoga? Because yoga teaches me.
What inspires you? My children, my work, and the first day of spring.
What's the scariest thing on your bucket list? Holding handstand in the middle of the room.
Where did you get your training/certifications? ISHTA at Thrive:RYT 500;RYT200,Prenatal; Thai Yoga Massage Level 1
- Hot Vinyasa - Beginner/Intermediate
- Vinyasa Flow & Core Strength - Beginner/Intermediate
- Vinyasa + Core - Intermediate/Advanced
- Vinyasa Flow - Beginner
- Learn to Knit: Create and Dedicate
Great for students new to yoga with some experience in the basic postures (asana) and yogic breathing and experienced students with a regular practice who are comfortable with sequenced sets and are interested in integrating various yoga techniques for a deeper experience. Modifications and intermediate variations are offered.
Classes will include:
•Beginner and intermediate variations of the foundational poses including arm balances and inversions.
•Beginner and intermediate pranayama techniques and longer pranayama sets such as:ujjayi pranayama (victorious breath; 3-part breath; bhastrika pranayama (bellows breath); and kapalabhati pranayama (breath of fire).
•Yoga techniques to explore awareness of the energetic body (chakras)Self-awareness techniques to de-stress and become more present.
Sweat Factor: 9
Chill Factor: 5
Intermediate class best suited for experienced students with a regular practice; comfortable with sequenced sets and interested in integrating various yoga techniques for a deeper experience.
No previous knitting skills necessary. Over four weeks, participants will learn how to master the basic 'knit' stitch. Through repetition and practice, students will use forgiving and colorful yarn to create a beautiful 12 inch X 12 inch square. Individual squares will be joined together to make and donate a recovery blanket to a family or individual in need to promote healing from loss or illness. The group will determine the recipient of the blanket. By the end of the series, students will be able to use their skills, needles, and remaining yarn to independently knit a simple beginner scarf (instructions will be provided). Sign up and join the fun!
Knit-911 is available throughout the progression. Dropped stitch? Confused? Need support? Bring your knitting to any of Felicia's classes, and after class she will help you back on track!