218 S. Main Avenue Sioux Falls, SD 57104
Nourish your mind, body and spirit while connecting with your strength and flexibility through mindful practice.
The mind is listening to the body and the body is listening
to the mind
Gentle yoga class last evening started with a guided
meditation while in an asana, undoing the work of the day.The class proceeded at a mindful pace
allowing the body to warm up, stretch, release stress and ended with an
essential oil treatment.This class is a
good option for stress relief and taking time to slow down your pace of life.
are various reasons to attend a yoga class resulting in multiple benefits.If you wish to improve your strength, this
occurs in both Hatha and Beginners yoga classes.Muscle strength is an indicator of joint
integrity.At East Bank Yoga we will
you wish to improve your flexibility it takes 30 seconds of continuous
stretching for your muscle
to actually allow your muscle to habituate to a new, longer length. Take
your time, and be gentle. When you feel tissue stretching along the bones as
long as that stretch is not extreme it’s probably healthy. When you feel
discomfort in a joint, stop doing what you’re doing.
Group meets monthly at 2:00 on a Saturday, see calendar for details.Meditation is a gift to your mind and body. Regular practice of meditation allows us to gain mastery over our minds so
that we can still our thoughts to focus on the experience of being.If we mentally dwell on the past or the
future, we may miss the experience of living in the present moment.Setting and visualizing goals is wonderful,
however we can bring our thoughts into our current experience by taking steps
to create them now.
Join us at East Bank Yoga. The drop in rate is $12.00 cash
Parking is free in the 2 parking lots across the street or
with winter on the way treat yourself to the parking ramp just north of the
A variety of new class options coming in January to
compliment your mind, body and soul.
If you would like a personalized class or have any
questions email email@example.com or
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Join the Sioux Falls Regus Business Center and East Bank Yoga for some Holiday Decompression Yoga! Take the stress out of the holiday season. We will be offering two days of YOGA sessions for building tenants and guests.
Yogi Jill Moncur from East Bank Yoga will lead the classes for a nominal fee of $10 (Cash/Check Only Please). A portion of the fee will be donated to the Children's Home Society. This is an all-levels YOGA session. Please bring mats if you have them. REGUS will provide bottled water.
*** Guest Parking is available in the Overflow Parking Lot that is located under the 10th & 11th St Bridges. Follow signs for CNA Overflow Parking across the street from the CNA Lumber Exchange Building.
Dates and Times of Sessions:
Wednesday, November 8
10 am -10:40 am (Session 1)
11 am - 11:40 am (Session 2)
Wednesday, November 22
12 pm - 12:40 pm (Session 3)
1 pm - 1:40 pm (Session 4)
Warm Greetings, I find Amy Matthews, co-author of the book Yoga Anatomy to
be an intelligent and insightful instructor.
I came across 2 statements she made recently that I relate to and simply
is dynamic, it is not a fixed position. Support
rises from relationship rather than holding. I
relate to this in my personal practice and as an instructor mull over how to
get someone to that place of coming into an asana and connecting with listening
to the wisdom of the body, making those lovely subtle adjustments when called
regular practitioner at East Bank Yoga recently asked me to develop a 20-minute
practice for him. I recall myself when I
first started yoga enjoying it however not recalling all the asanas I might
want to practice at home. He just happens to be anatomy savvy so while I
developed 2 classes based on an interview for his needs I in turn enjoyed the
discussion brought forth as we moved through each yoga class I created for him. If
you would like a personal…
Saturday, March 31, 10:00-11:15am This class will consist of: Introduction to the chakras A yoga practice pairing asanas with chakras Relational meaning of mind, body and chakra Pre-registration and payment required prior to class, firstname.lastname@example.org or 605.759.7459 $25.00 cash or check Jill Moncur, E-RYT