NEW WEEKLY HAPPENING
Anaina Hou is excited to partner with Waves Yoga Foundation for weekly yoga classes at the Porter Pavilion every Sunday beginning August 6.
ABOUT YOGA CLASS
All classes will be taught by Waves Yoga Foundation founder, Audrey “Lulu” Streltzer, with the option of substitutes intermittently. Learn more about Lulu:
Aloha, my name is Audrey Luana Streltzer, nicknamed Lulu. I started practicing yoga in 1996 and have been teaching for over 20 years. I am fortunate to have had many brilliant Yoga and Buddhist teachers including; Richard Freeman, Mary Taylor, Amy Ippoliti, Tiffany Cruikshank & Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche and his students, Reggie Ray, & Roshi Joan Halifax. I received my first 200 hour teaching certificate in 2000 and have continued my education since. Yoga Certificates include, kids, adaptive, prenatal, myofascial release, restorative, hatha, and vinyasa. I also graduated from University of Colorado with a Religious Studies Major, and furthered with a Master degree in Tibetan Buddhism and Sanskrit from Naropa University. Currently I am working on my 1000 hours with Yoga Medicine where I have developed a passion for studying the human body. Most recently I completed a Cadaver Lab dissection training in Boulder, Colorado with Master Dissector Todd Garcia. Meditation retreats have been essential for cultivating growth and awareness. A playful approach along with the depth of experience and continued education in Yoga and Buddhism provide a thoughtful, unique and fun class experience. May our practice be of benefit to all. Thank you.
For more information about Waves Yoga, view their website here.
CLASS DESCRIPTION & SCHEDULE
Meditation | 7 – 8 am
Shamatha or calm abiding meditation has been practiced for over 2,000 years. There will be an introduction and short guide into this style of Buddhist practice. Followed by 30-45 minutes of silence. A wonderful opportunity to sit together as a community. Open for all, no experience required. Some cushions and chairs will be provided although it is recommended to bring your own for personal comfort.
PRICE – Donations are appreciated.
Yoga with Myofascial Release | 8:30 – 10:00 am
A 90 minute class focusing on stability and mobility along with a fun, functional flow. Myofascial release and yin will close the uplifting & challenging part of class. Expect to sweat, work at your own level, and drop in for relaxation.
PRICE – $20
Rotating Series | 10:30 – 11:15 am
PRICE – Free
August 6 – Ongoing: Keiki Yoga
Ages 6-10. A class designed for kids to gain awareness and promote ease in life. A fun and playful class encourages kids to make yoga and meditation a daily part of life.
Upcoming: Senior Yoga
Ages 65 and over. A class designed for increased circulation, mobility, stability, and ease of mind. Chair options will be available. No experience is needed.
Upcoming: Adaptive Yoga
Geared toward people with physical or neurological conditions that might make it more challenging to do certain movements. It’s a fun way to get together and feel what we can do using chairs, walls, the ground, and taking the time to experience how the breath can be the most powerful part of the yoga practice.