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    • 1 Dec 2020
    • (CST)
    • 26 Jan 2021
    • (CST)
    • 9 sessions
    • Poplar Bluff, MO

    Class Description: Kim's class includes breathwork, stretching, yoga poses with modifications offered, and savasana and/or meditation at the end of class. We use a chair for a prop and support as needed.

    About Teacher: Kim is a RYT200; have been teaching for two years; and have been trained to teach yoga for arthritis by Dr. Steffany Moonaz.

    Location: Ben and Martha Bidewell Fitness Center at Three Rivers College in Poplar Bluff, MO

    Class Time/Day: 10AM on Tuesdays

    Best Contact Information: Kim's cell number 573.718.7871

    COVID-19 Guidelines: Students wear a mask on campus. Once inside the Bidewell Fitness Center, masks can be removed and we socially distance

    • 1 Dec 2020
    • (PST)
    • 2 Mar 2021
    • (PST)
    • 14 sessions
    • Virtual via Zoom (Pacific)

    Class Description: Diane's classes offer a simple yoga with modifications for special needs and an emphasis on the biomechanics of yoga and the relationship of mind, body, and spirit. She encourages students to discover how to feel the poses and the alignment in their own bodies, how to make the practice their own, and how to integrate breathe, movement, and the meditative aspects of yoga in a healing manner. 

    About Teacher: 

    Diane Dunn began teaching yoga in Reno in 2016. My focus on the biomechanics of yoga began in 2013 prior to knee replacement due to arthritis I had taken yoga in various forms since 1980, but only really began to pay attention when I needed a knee replacement due to overuse and osteoarthritis. It was at this point that the work I was able to do with physical therapists and Angela Sullivan at Ascent therapy in Carson City , Nevada for the year prior to the surgery and the year after gave me the grounding for what I wanted to pass on. In 2016 I completed basic training in Yoga for the Special Child . This introduced me to Integral Yoga and adaptive yoga which I began teaching with Kathy Randolph at The Yoga Center in Reno, Nevada. I earned my 200 hour RYTC from Vira Bhava Yoga teaching training program under Amy Joytir and Kelly Gordon with Angela Sullivan as my mentor in 2017. Then I heard and saw Dr. Moonaz presenting online and I knew that was it. It was exactly what I needed to say and how I wanted to teach. From then I just can’t get enough I just keep wanting to learn more and go deeper and pass it on. I went on to specialize in Yoga for Arthritis under Dr. Stephanie Moonaz, completing Level I Yoga for Arthritis in 2017 in Boston, MA. Then mentored with Ann Swanson, whose book Science of Yoga had already been one of my Yoga bibles. I completed Level III training in 2020 with Dr. Moonaz. I was blessed to had the zoom teaching tutorial with Ann Swanson also in 2020 this really helped me when it became necessary to go online. In 2020 I began taking my classes onto zoom classes.

    Location: ZOOM 

    Class Time/Day: Tuesdays at 10 AM PST

    Best Contact Information: Please contact Diane directly at Dunndiane2@icloud.com; 775-870-2092 to enroll

    COVID-19 Guidelines: This class is through Zoom

    • 2 Dec 2020
    • (PST)
    • 3 Mar 2021
    • (PST)
    • 14 sessions
    • Virtual via Zoom (Pacific)

    Class Description: Diane's classes offer a simple yoga with modifications for special needs and an emphasis on the biomechanics of yoga and the relationship of mind, body, and spirit. She encourages students to discover how to feel the poses and the alignment in their own bodies, how to make the practice their own, and how to integrate breathe, movement, and the meditative aspects of yoga in a healing manner. 

    About Teacher: 

    Diane Dunn began teaching yoga in Reno in 2016. My focus on the biomechanics of yoga began in 2013 prior to knee replacement due to arthritis I had taken yoga in various forms since 1980, but only really began to pay attention when I needed a knee replacement due to overuse and osteoarthritis. It was at this point that the work I was able to do with physical therapists and Angela Sullivan at Ascent therapy in Carson City , Nevada for the year prior to the surgery and the year after gave me the grounding for what I wanted to pass on. In 2016 I completed basic training in Yoga for the Special Child . This introduced me to Integral Yoga and adaptive yoga which I began teaching with Kathy Randolph at The Yoga Center in Reno, Nevada. I earned my 200 hour RYTC from Vira Bhava Yoga teaching training program under Amy Joytir and Kelly Gordon with Angela Sullivan as my mentor in 2017. Then I heard and saw Dr. Moonaz presenting online and I knew that was it. It was exactly what I needed to say and how I wanted to teach. From then I just can’t get enough I just keep wanting to learn more and go deeper and pass it on. I went on to specialize in Yoga for Arthritis under Dr. Stephanie Moonaz, completing Level I Yoga for Arthritis in 2017 in Boston, MA. Then mentored with Ann Swanson, whose book Science of Yoga had already been one of my Yoga bibles. I completed Level III training in 2020 with Dr. Moonaz. I was blessed to had the zoom teaching tutorial with Ann Swanson also in 2020 this really helped me when it became necessary to go online. In 2020 I began taking my classes onto zoom classes.

    Location: ZOOM 

    Class Time/Day: Wednesdays at 12PM PSY

    Best Contact Information: Please contact Diane directly at Dunndiane2@icloud.com; 775-870-2092 to enroll

    COVID-19 Guidelines: This class is through Zoom

    • 3 Dec 2020
    • (EST)
    • 4 Mar 2021
    • (EST)
    • 14 sessions
    • Virtual via Zoom (Pacific)

    Class Description: A gentle yoga class for beginners. Dana offers chair and floor versions of all the poses.

    About Teacher: 

    Dana began practicing yoga when she was pregnant with her first child nearly 30 years ago. She received a 200-hour teacher training certificate in 2012. From 2012-2017, she received certificates in LifeForce Yoga (yoga for anxiety and depression), kids yoga, restorative yoga, and Yoga for Arthritis.

    In 2019, she completed a master of science degree in yoga therapy from Maryland University of Integrative Health and 500-hour yoga teaching certification. Dana teaches both group and individual yoga and yoga therapy sessions. In addition, she works as a clinical supervisor in the Natural Care Center at the Maryland University of Integrative Health.

    After a bike accident in 2010, yoga helped her regain the ability to walk without pain. The key was using all the tools of yoga to heal. Now, she has a yoga practice that strengthens her weaker muscles, stretches her tighter muscles, and includes meditation, pranayama (breath exercises), and self-reflection. As a result, she is healthier, calmer, and virtually pain-free.​

    Location: ZOOM 

    Class Time/Day: Thursdays at 9AM EST

    Best Contact Information: https://www.yogastretchandmove.com/bookings-checkout/gentle-yoga-class

    COVID-19 Guidelines: This class is through Zoom

    • 3 Dec 2020
    • (CST)
    • 28 Jan 2021
    • (CST)
    • 9 sessions
    • Poplar Bluff, MO

    Class Description: Kim's class includes breathwork, stretching, yoga poses with modifications offered, and savasana and/or meditation at the end of class. We use a chair for a prop and support as needed.

    About Teacher: Kim is a RYT200; have been teaching for two years; and have been trained to teach yoga for arthritis by Dr. Steffany Moonaz.

    Location: Ben and Martha Bidewell Fitness Center at Three Rivers College in Poplar Bluff, MO

    Class Time/Day: 10AM on Tuesdays

    Best Contact Information: Kim's cell number 573.718.7871

    COVID-19 Guidelines: Students wear a mask on campus. Once inside the Bidewell Fitness Center, masks can be removed and we socially distance

    • 3 Dec 2020
    • (EST)
    • 30 Dec 2021
    • (EST)
    • 57 sessions
    • St. Pete Beach, Florida

    Class Description: Aqua Yoga has all the benefits of land-based yoga such as stress and pain reduction, better body awareness, increased flexibility. Being in the water increases your range of motion, plus it's super fun in the gorgeous Florida weather. 

    About Teacher: Christa Fairbrother's focus is aqua yoga because it is kind to people's joints and is so accessible. It's an easy way to start a yoga practice. It allows people who've lost a land practice to continue, and challenges people with an active land practice to explore their bodies in new ways. 

    Class Location: St. Pete Beach Aquatic Center, 7701 Boca Ciega Drive, St. Pete Beach, Fl 33706

    Class Times/Day: Thursdays at 11 AM 

    Best Contact Information: Christa Fairbrother - (727) 418-7623

    COVID-19 guidelines - Class limited to 12 students. Masks are required on the pool deck. You must pre-register through vermontsystems.com/wbwsc/flstpetebchwt.wsc/splash.html  


    • 4 Dec 2020
    • (EST)
    • 29 Jan 2021
    • (EST)
    • 9 sessions
    • Livestream via Zoom - EST

    Class Description: Online – In this 60 minute chair practice participates can enjoy yoga without having to get up and down off of the floor. Some postures are done seated and some are done standing holding the chair.  It is easier on the wrist and knees. The class focuses on building mindfulness, balance, strength and flexibility, range of motion and stress reduction.  This class is for all levels. No previous yoga experience is needed. Come as you are.

    About Teacher: 

    Melanie's interest in yoga began in college, where she practiced in between classes.  She loved it, but after graduation, balancing job, family, and city life, her yoga practice got pushed to the side.  She spent the next ten years as an advertising executive; overworked, overweight, and stressed to the limit.  At age 35 she was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia and Rheumatoid Arthritis. Suffering constant fatigue, the meds were, at times, worse than the diseases. Something needed to change.  The only good days were days including light exercise, so she committed to practice yoga five days a week.  The results were startling.  She began to look and feel better and was able (with professional medical support) to discontinue almost all of the meds she was taking.  The more yoga she did, the better she felt. Energized and motivated to share her results with others, she gave up the corporate world and devoted herself to practicing and teaching yoga. Her passion for the positive benefits of yoga makes her an ideal teacher, leading by example with compassionate and gentle encouragement. She made a positive change, and she wants to help others achieve a healthier, happier life.  Melanie encourages open hearts and open minds so that the students can carry that openness with them where ever they may go. 

    Melanie has been teaching yoga for the last five year, when she is not teaching yoga she is an instructor trainer for Basic Life Support, CPR and First Aid.  She is an experienced registered yoga instructor and working on her yoga therapy certification.

    Location: Online through Zoom

    Class Time/Day: 10AM EST on Fridays

    Best Contact Information: mcmelanieyoga@gmail.com

    COVID-19 Guidelines: This class is a livestream class through Zoom. 

    • 7 Dec 2020
    • (EST)
    • 1 Feb 2021
    • (EST)
    • 9 sessions
    • Livestream via Zoom - EST

    Class Description: Online – In this 60 minute chair practice participates can enjoy yoga without having to get up and down off of the floor. Some postures are done seated and some are done standing holding the chair.  It is easier on the wrist and knees. The class focuses on building mindfulness, balance, strength and flexibility, range of motion and stress reduction.  This class is for all levels. No previous yoga experience is needed. Come as you are.

    About Teacher: 

    Melanie's interest in yoga began in college, where she practiced in between classes.  She loved it, but after graduation, balancing job, family, and city life, her yoga practice got pushed to the side.  She spent the next ten years as an advertising executive; overworked, overweight, and stressed to the limit.  At age 35 she was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia and Rheumatoid Arthritis. Suffering constant fatigue, the meds were, at times, worse than the diseases. Something needed to change.  The only good days were days including light exercise, so she committed to practice yoga five days a week.  The results were startling.  She began to look and feel better and was able (with professional medical support) to discontinue almost all of the meds she was taking.  The more yoga she did, the better she felt. Energized and motivated to share her results with others, she gave up the corporate world and devoted herself to practicing and teaching yoga. Her passion for the positive benefits of yoga makes her an ideal teacher, leading by example with compassionate and gentle encouragement. She made a positive change, and she wants to help others achieve a healthier, happier life.  Melanie encourages open hearts and open minds so that the students can carry that openness with them where ever they may go. 

    Melanie has been teaching yoga for the last five year, when she is not teaching yoga she is an instructor trainer for Basic Life Support, CPR and First Aid.  She is an experienced registered yoga instructor and working on her yoga therapy certification.

    Location: Online through Zoom

    Class Time/Day: 10AM EST on Fridays

    Best Contact Information: mcmelanieyoga@gmail.com

    COVID-19 Guidelines: This class is a livestream class through Zoom. 

    • 8 Dec 2020
    • (PST)
    • 9 Mar 2021
    • (PST)
    • 14 sessions
    • Virtual via Zoom (Pacific)

    Class Description: Diane's classes offer a simple yoga with modifications for special needs and an emphasis on the biomechanics of yoga and the relationship of mind, body, and spirit. She encourages students to discover how to feel the poses and the alignment in their own bodies, how to make the practice their own, and how to integrate breathe, movement, and the meditative aspects of yoga in a healing manner. 

    About Teacher: 

    Diane Dunn began teaching yoga in Reno in 2016. My focus on the biomechanics of yoga began in 2013 prior to knee replacement due to arthritis I had taken yoga in various forms since 1980, but only really began to pay attention when I needed a knee replacement due to overuse and osteoarthritis. It was at this point that the work I was able to do with physical therapists and Angela Sullivan at Ascent therapy in Carson City , Nevada for the year prior to the surgery and the year after gave me the grounding for what I wanted to pass on. In 2016 I completed basic training in Yoga for the Special Child . This introduced me to Integral Yoga and adaptive yoga which I began teaching with Kathy Randolph at The Yoga Center in Reno, Nevada. I earned my 200 hour RYTC from Vira Bhava Yoga teaching training program under Amy Joytir and Kelly Gordon with Angela Sullivan as my mentor in 2017. Then I heard and saw Dr. Moonaz presenting online and I knew that was it. It was exactly what I needed to say and how I wanted to teach. From then I just can’t get enough I just keep wanting to learn more and go deeper and pass it on. I went on to specialize in Yoga for Arthritis under Dr. Stephanie Moonaz, completing Level I Yoga for Arthritis in 2017 in Boston, MA. Then mentored with Ann Swanson, whose book Science of Yoga had already been one of my Yoga bibles. I completed Level III training in 2020 with Dr. Moonaz. I was blessed to had the zoom teaching tutorial with Ann Swanson also in 2020 this really helped me when it became necessary to go online. In 2020 I began taking my classes onto zoom classes.

    Location: ZOOM 

    Class Time/Day: Tuesdays at 12PM PST

    Best Contact Information: Contact Diane at Dunndiane2@icloud.com; 775-870-2092 to enroll

    COVID-19 Guidelines: This class is through Zoom

    • 21 Dec 2020
    • (UTC-12:00)
    • 31 Dec 2022
    • (UTC-12:00)
    • Self-Paced Online - VIRTUAL

    Self-Paced Online YFA Level I Training

    Yoga for Arthritis Level I Training with Dr. Moonaz

    BUY COURSE HERE

    This Level I training is fully online and at your own pace. Course must be completed within a year of purchase date.

    That being said, you will still be supported by Yoga for Arthritis faculty and staff throughout your journey. The program includes recorded lectures, slides, research articles, quizzes, reflection questions, activities, and assignments. You must complete all elements of the course to receive a certificate of completion and professional CEUs. After completing this Level I training, you are qualified to teach the evidence-based Yoga for Arthritis program in your community. Also, you will be eligible to continue toward Yoga for Arthritis certification, which includes Level II mentorship & Level III training, both available online. These steps are recommended for anyone wishing to specialize in work with this population, work with private clients, or provide Yoga for Arthritis in healthcare settings. 

    Yoga for Arthritis was developed by yoga researcher and arthritis expert Steffany Moonaz, PhD, along with an interdisciplinary team, including rheumatologists, psychologists, public health researchers and yoga therapists. Combining ancient yoga practices with modern medical knowledge, this program offers modifications to address the unique abilities and limitations of persons with arthritis. In a 7-year randomized clinical trial at Johns Hopkins University, the program’s participation was associated with improved arthritis symptoms, physical fitness, psychological functioning and quality of life. Such evidence is vital for bridging the integrative yoga world with medical healthcare, making these practices more accessible to those who really need them.

    This training program trains yoga teachers to safely and effectively impart rigorously researched yoga practices, with individually-tailored modifications, to those with arthritis and related conditions. As a result of taking this Yoga for Arthritis teacher training program, participants will be able to:

    • Become familiar with the most common arthritic conditions, including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia, psoriatic arthritis, etc.
    • Understand joint anatomy and pathophysiology as related to arthritis in depth
    • Offer modifications for joint limitations and chronic pain
    • Teach Yoga for Arthritis classes in their communities
    • Work individually with arthritic clients of all ability levels

    Training Information: 

    This Level I training is fully online and at your own pace. Course must be completed within a year of purchase date

    The pre-course reading and digital materials are within the online course.

    After completing this Level I training, you are qualified to teach Yoga for Arthritis program. Also, you will be eligible to continue toward Yoga for Arthritis certification, which includes Level II mentorship & Level III training. 

    Prerequisite: 200 Hour Yoga Teacher training

    CEU's - Yoga Alliance: 34 hrs (30 contact; 4 non-contact); IAYT: 34 hours; Integral Yoga Teachers Association (IYTA): can provide you a CE certificate with your program's total contact hours for a $10 fee (free for IYTA members); Integral Yoga 300-hour: 34 hours towards RYT 500 designation

    Tuition: $600

    Date & Time:

    • Available starting December 21, 2020.
    • Self Paced - Training must be completed within a year of purchase.

    BUY COURSE HERE

       

    • 2 Jan 2021
    • (EST)
    • 27 Mar 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 13 sessions
    • Livestream via Zoom - EST


    Class Description: Learn yoga with Charlene!

    About Teacher: 

    Charlene Marie Muhammad is a wellness practitioner, embracing the spirit of natural living for over 25 years. Charlene’s practice is predicated on formal Master’s level training as well as her own personal use of plants, food as medicine and movement therapy, giving her hands-on relationship and knowledge of these traditional healing modalities.

    Charlene’s wellness practice, Urbanherbalist, focuses on supporting clients with a practical application to optimal health by using the healing tools that she has grown to embrace in her own personal life: herbal medicine, nutrition and yoga.

     Charlene’s journey began in her 20s around the time she completed her undergraduate work at Cornell University. Having landed a “dream” job, working for corporate America on Park Avenue in New York City, Charlene found life away from the beautiful gorges of Ithaca stressful.  Her mother suggested she take a yoga class. One year later, Charlene decided to get out of a city that has buildings so high they hide the sky, and relocated to Seattle, Washington.

     Life in Seattle brought many changes, including the birth of two sons. Charlene had the great fortune of giving birth at home with a Naturopathic doctor and midwife who taught her how to care for her budding little family using plants and nutrition.  As Charlene learn things, she began to share her new knowledge and experience with friends and family. The more she shared, the bigger her role became in the community and so the more knowledge she strived to gain.

     After years of her experiential knowledge growth, Charlene decided it was time to study traditional healing practices more formally. Charlene knew intuitively that plants and good nutrition supported optimal health, yet wanted to learn the science behind it. For her, understanding the sciences provides great clues to understanding the nuances of nature. What better way to get to know one’s self better than to study the nature of human life? Charlene also believed that this would provide her with the compassion to work with clients who are struggling with their own understanding about health and wellness.

    Currently, Charlene facilitates wellness lecture, workshops and conducts private sessions with groups and individual clients. Charlene also teaches a variety of yoga classes around the metropolitan Baltimore-Washington, DC area.

    Location: Online through Zoom

    Class Time/Day: Saturdays at 12:30PM EST

    Best Contact Information: https://www.urbanherbalist.org/classes/

    COVID-19 Guidelines: This class is a livestream class through Zoom. 

    • 2 Jan 2021
    • (EST)
    • 30 Jan 2021
    • (EST)
    • 5 sessions
    • Virtual via Zoom (Eastern Time)


    Class Description: 60 minutes of breath practice, gentle asana and deep relaxation, will be taught under the insightful stylings of senior Y4A instructors. 

    Chair and standing asana are at the core exploration. Don't be afraid to ask questions; postures are "designed" to accommodate the ability of the student.

    Location: ZOOM through Integral Yoga Institute - New York City

    Class Time/Day: Saturdays at 5 PM EST

    Best Contact Information: IYINY or Yoga for Arthritis NYC Page

    COVID-19 Guidelines: This class is through Zoom

    IYINY Teacher Rotation for January:

      • S, Jan 2     Lynn 
      • S, Jan 9    Livvie
      • S, Jan  16   Devika
      • S, Jan 23    Lynn
      • S, Jan 30     Livvie
      • 4 Jan 2021
      • (PST)
      • 22 Feb 2021
      • (PST)
      • 15 sessions
      • Virtual via Zoom (Pacific)


      Class Description: Diane's classes offer a simple yoga with modifications for special needs and an emphasis on the biomechanics of yoga and the relationship of mind, body, and spirit. She encourages students to discover how to feel the poses and the alignment in their own bodies, how to make the practice their own, and how to integrate breathe, movement, and the meditative aspects of yoga in a healing manner. 

      About Teacher: 

      Diane Dunn began teaching yoga in Reno in 2016. My focus on the biomechanics of yoga began in 2013 prior to knee replacement due to arthritis I had taken yoga in various forms since 1980, but only really began to pay attention when I needed a knee replacement due to overuse and osteoarthritis. It was at this point that the work I was able to do with physical therapists and Angela Sullivan at Ascent therapy in Carson City , Nevada for the year prior to the surgery and the year after gave me the grounding for what I wanted to pass on. In 2016 I completed basic training in Yoga for the Special Child . This introduced me to Integral Yoga and adaptive yoga which I began teaching with Kathy Randolph at The Yoga Center in Reno, Nevada. I earned my 200 hour RYTC from Vira Bhava Yoga teaching training program under Amy Joytir and Kelly Gordon with Angela Sullivan as my mentor in 2017. Then I heard and saw Dr. Moonaz presenting online and I knew that was it. It was exactly what I needed to say and how I wanted to teach. From then I just can’t get enough I just keep wanting to learn more and go deeper and pass it on. I went on to specialize in Yoga for Arthritis under Dr. Stephanie Moonaz, completing Level I Yoga for Arthritis in 2017 in Boston, MA. Then mentored with Ann Swanson, whose book Science of Yoga had already been one of my Yoga bibles. I completed Level III training in 2020 with Dr. Moonaz. I was blessed to had the zoom teaching tutorial with Ann Swanson also in 2020 this really helped me when it became necessary to go online. In 2020 I began taking my classes onto zoom classes.

      Location: ZOOM 

      Class Time/Day: Mondays and Wednesdays at 8 - 9:15 AM PST; 8 Week Series starts January 4th, 2020

      Best Contact Information:  Contact Diane directly at Dunndiane2@icloud.com; 775-870-2092 to enroll

      COVID-19 Guidelines: This class is through Zoom

      • 4 Jan 2021
      • (EST)
      • 1 Mar 2021
      • (EST)
      • 9 sessions
      • Livestream via Zoom - EST


      Class Description: Online – Yoga for Arthritis uses the tools of yoga, as they have evolved over thousands of years, to improve the health and well-being of people living with arthritis. Yoga for Arthritis can help you rediscover freedom of movement and the inner power to live life on your terms.Join this class for: Stress Reduction, Pain Management, Increase Independence and Confidence!

      About Teacher: 

      Dolores Natividad is an Exercise Physiologist and Yoga Therapist. She is currently working online with Self Help Community as a Wellness Provider and Liaison to Wellness Providers.

      As a MELT Method Fascial specialist, she incorporates these tools as part of her Yoga Therapy Tool Kit to provide her students with the latest science, stress reduction and pain relief.

      Location: Online through Zoom

      Class Time/Day: 1:30 PM EST on Mondays 

      Best Contact Information: https://www.doloresnatividad.com/calendar

      COVID-19 Guidelines: This class is a livestream class through Zoom. 

      • 4 Jan 2021
      • (EST)
      • 22 Feb 2021
      • (EST)
      • 8 sessions
      • Livestream via Zoom - EST

      Class Description: Chair Yoga is for everyone and allows the yoga practice to become more accessible

      About Teacher: 

      Charlene Marie Muhammad is a wellness practitioner, embracing the spirit of natural living for over 25 years. Charlene’s practice is predicated on formal Master’s level training as well as her own personal use of plants, food as medicine and movement therapy, giving her hands-on relationship and knowledge of these traditional healing modalities.

      Charlene’s wellness practice, Urbanherbalist, focuses on supporting clients with a practical application to optimal health by using the healing tools that she has grown to embrace in her own personal life: herbal medicine, nutrition and yoga.

       Charlene’s journey began in her 20s around the time she completed her undergraduate work at Cornell University. Having landed a “dream” job, working for corporate America on Park Avenue in New York City, Charlene found life away from the beautiful gorges of Ithaca stressful.  Her mother suggested she take a yoga class. One year later, Charlene decided to get out of a city that has buildings so high they hide the sky, and relocated to Seattle, Washington.

       Life in Seattle brought many changes, including the birth of two sons. Charlene had the great fortune of giving birth at home with a Naturopathic doctor and midwife who taught her how to care for her budding little family using plants and nutrition.  As Charlene learn things, she began to share her new knowledge and experience with friends and family. The more she shared, the bigger her role became in the community and so the more knowledge she strived to gain.

       After years of her experiential knowledge growth, Charlene decided it was time to study traditional healing practices more formally. Charlene knew intuitively that plants and good nutrition supported optimal health, yet wanted to learn the science behind it. For her, understanding the sciences provides great clues to understanding the nuances of nature. What better way to get to know one’s self better than to study the nature of human life? Charlene also believed that this would provide her with the compassion to work with clients who are struggling with their own understanding about health and wellness.

      Currently, Charlene facilitates wellness lecture, workshops and conducts private sessions with groups and individual clients. Charlene also teaches a variety of yoga classes around the metropolitan Baltimore-Washington, DC area.

      Location: Online through Zoom

      Class Time/Day: Mondays at 6PM EST

      Best Contact Information: https://www.urbanherbalist.org/classes/

      COVID-19 Guidelines: This class is a livestream class through Zoom. 

      • 5 Jan 2021
      • (EST)
      • 26 Jan 2021
      • (EST)
      • 4 sessions
      • Livestream via Zoom - EST


      Class Description:
      Online – Identify where you have stuck stress in your body, a major cause of chronic pain. We will use the Melt Hand and foot treatment, a unique indirect treatment for the whole body. You will improve your Body sense and notice changes as your body effortlessly finds greater alignment and balance. We will use the Melt roller to rehydrate the tissues of your body for greater mobility and ease of motion. We will safely and effectively decompress your neck and low back. MELT METHOD can relieve common issues like headaches, bloating, weight gain, cellulite and more! You will need a MELT full size Roller and  MELT Ball Kit.

      About Teacher: 

      Dolores Natividad is an Exercise Physiologist and Yoga Therapist. She is currently working online with Self Help Community as a Wellness Provider and Liaison to Wellness Providers.

      As a MELT Method Fascial specialist, she incorporates these tools as part of her Yoga Therapy Tool Kit to provide her students with the latest science, stress reduction and pain relief.

      Location: Online through Zoom

      Class Time/Day: Tuesdays at 8AM & Tuesday at 6PM - Alternating each week

      Best Contact Information: https://www.doloresnatividad.com/calendar

      COVID-19 Guidelines: This class is a livestream class through Zoom. 

      • 6 Jan 2021
      • (EST)
      • 24 Feb 2021
      • (EST)
      • 8 sessions
      • Livestream via Zoom - EST


      Class Description:
      Online – Integrated Accessible Yoga focuses on how to make the ancient Science of Yoga teachings available to all, regardless of their level of physical ability and in a trauma informed way. Variations are offered at many levels. Acquire Pain and Stress Management tools while practicing joint friendly movements to strengthen and stretch to support health and healing.No experience is necessary. 

      About Teacher: 

      Dolores Natividad is an Exercise Physiologist and Yoga Therapist. She is currently working online with Self Help Community as a Wellness Provider and Liaison to Wellness Providers.

      As a MELT Method Fascial specialist, she incorporates these tools as part of her Yoga Therapy Tool Kit to provide her students with the latest science, stress reduction and pain relief.

      Location: Online through Zoom

      Class Time/Day: Wednesdays at 3PM EST

      Best Contact Information: https://www.doloresnatividad.com/calendar

      COVID-19 Guidelines: This class is a livestream class through Zoom. 

      • 6 Jan 2021
      • (EST)
      • 27 Jan 2021
      • (EST)
      • 4 sessions
      • Virtual via Zoom (Eastern Time)

      Class Description: 60 minutes of breath practice, gentle asana and deep relaxation, will be taught under the insightful stylings of senior Y4A instructors, Elizabeth Mann & Peter Karow. 

      Chair and standing asana are at the core exploration. Don't be afraid to ask questions; postures are "designed" to accommodate the ability of the student.

      Location: ZOOM through Integral Yoga Institute - New York City

      Class Time/Day: Wednesdays at 4:30PM EST

      Best Contact Information: IYINY or Yoga for Arthritis NYC Page

      COVID-19 Guidelines: This class is through Zoom

      IYINY Teacher Rotation for January:

      • W, Jan 6     Elizabeth
      • W, Jan 13   Peter
      • W, Jan 20    Nancy
      • W, Jan 27    Devika
      • 7 Jan 2021
      • (CST)
      • 28 Jan 2021
      • (CST)
      • 4 sessions
      • Virtual - Zoom (Central Time)


      Class Description: Is arthritis pain holding you back from activities you enjoy? Are you looking for an accessible way to practice yoga?  Join Maribel on Thursday mornings for slow paced movement, breathwork and meditation designed for people living with arthritis and chronic pain. While this is a mat class, those who are unable to get up and down the floor are welcome to stay seated on a chair. Participants are asked to complete an intake form upon registration. To ensure the safety, students are asked to keep their video on during class and to check in at least 15 minutes early to address any connection issues. This 4-week session is hosted by The Yoga Effect.

      About Teacher: Maribel is an easy going fitness enthusiast and unabashed spiritual seeker. She was first drawn to yoga as a complement to running many years ago. Her experiences of injury and pain have made her realize that wholeness is innate, healing is possible, and well being comes from re discovering that wholeness. 

      As a Certified Yoga Therapist, she offers small group classes and one-on-one sessions for people living with chronic pain and arthritis. She also teaches yoga with a focus on mindfulness to people living with cancer, seniors and those in the workplace. Visit www.maribelalesnayoga.com for more information.

      Location: The Yoga Effect on Zoom (recordings available if missed class)

      Class Time/Dates: Thursdays: Oct 15, 22, 29, & Nov 5 at 9:30 AM CST

      Best Contact Information: maribelalesnayoga@gmail.com or (312)246-1651; The Yoga Effect

      COVID-19 Guidelines: This class is on Zoom

      • 8 Jan 2021
      • (EST)
      • 26 Feb 2021
      • (EST)
      • 8 sessions
      • Livestream via Zoom - EST


      Class Description:
      Online – Extra Gentle Yoga for students who do not have easeful mobility. The class is a modified version of an Integral Yoga class adapted to the chair! The class structure includes: Sound Vibration, Yoga Poses, Breathing, Meditation and Deep Relaxation integrated in a steady, comprehensive flow. Learn how to apply the Yogic principles in the workspace, travel or home. People with special concerns are absolutely welcome and encouraged to attend. 

      About Teacher: 

      Dolores Natividad is an Exercise Physiologist and Yoga Therapist. She is currently working online with Self Help Community as a Wellness Provider and Liaison to Wellness Providers.

      As a MELT Method Fascial specialist, she incorporates these tools as part of her Yoga Therapy Tool Kit to provide her students with the latest science, stress reduction and pain relief.

      Location: Online through Zoom

      Class Time/Day: Fridays at 11 AM EST

      Best Contact Information: https://www.doloresnatividad.com/calendar

      COVID-19 Guidelines: This class is a livestream class through Zoom. 

      • 13 Jan 2021
      • (UTC-00:00)
      • 27 Jan 2021
      • (UTC-00:00)
      • 3 sessions
      • Livestream via Zoom - GMT


      Class Description: Gentle yoga, to relieve AS pain, inflammation and stiffness . Suitable for all levels, modified to your needs. Breathing, Yoga poses and relaxation. 1 hour class, check in up to 15 minutes before. You will need a chair, pillows, blankets and space the size of a single bed. Time to chat after class with teacher and fellow students from your class. Before you practice we advise you seek the advice of your Rheumatologist Physiotherapist or Doctor. Before you sign up, if you have any comorbidities, conditions, or complications of AS, that may affect your yoga practice please email: admin@yogaforas.com and one of us will get back to you.

      Location: Online through Zoom

      Class Time/Day: Wednesdays at 12:30 PM (UK Time)

      Best Contact Information: https://yogaforas.com/

      COVID-19 Guidelines: This class is a livestream class through Zoom. 

      • 13 Jan 2021
      • (EST)
      • 24 Feb 2021
      • (EST)
      • 7 sessions
      • Livestream via Zoom - EST

      Class Description: Online – Open to all (Sponsored by Friends of the North Castle Public Library). Using a stationary chair you move through yoga postures, breathing exercises and meditation to strengthen, increase flexibility and promote healing.

      About Teacher:  Alka has been a dedicated student of yoga for the last 15 years, during which she's became a certified teacher in multiple areas. She practices several styles of energy healing and received certification in Reiki 9 years ago. Alka use various types of meditation (breathe, mantra, mindfulness) that she's learned starting at an early age. Alka is a forever a student of life and always practicing to be the best person she can be.

      Location: Online through Zoom

      Class Time/Day: 1PM EST on Wednedays

      Best Contact Information: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAvc-uppj8rHN3P9YzzPf5FZ9Ggp2GTcyCS

      COVID-19 Guidelines: This class is a livestream class through Zoom. 

      • 16 Jan 2021
      • (UTC-00:00)
      • 23 Jan 2021
      • (UTC-00:00)
      • 2 sessions
      • Livestream via Zoom - GMT


      Class Description: Gentle yoga, to relieve AS pain, inflammation and stiffness . Suitable for all levels, modified to your needs. Breathing, Yoga poses and relaxation. 1 hour class, check in up to 15 minutes before. You will need a chair, pillows, blankets and space the size of a single bed. Time to chat after class with teacher and fellow students from your class. Before you practice we advise you seek the advice of your Rheumatologist Physiotherapist or Doctor. Before you sign up, if you have any comorbidities, conditions, or complications of AS, that may affect your yoga practice please email: admin@yogaforas.com and one of us will get back to you.

      Location: Online through Zoom

      Class Time/Day: Saturdays at 5PM (UK Time)

      Best Contact Information: https://yogaforas.com/

      COVID-19 Guidelines: This class is a livestream class through Zoom. 

      • 18 Jan 2021
      • (EST)
      • 22 Feb 2021
      • (EST)
      • 6 sessions
      • Livestream via Zoom - EST

      Class Description: Online – Open to all (Sponsored by Friends of the North Castle Public Library). Using a stationary chair you move through yoga postures, breathing exercises and meditation to strengthen, increase flexibility and promote healing.

      About Teacher:  Alka has been a dedicated student of yoga for the last 15 years, during which she's became a certified teacher in multiple areas. She practices several styles of energy healing and received certification in Reiki 9 years ago. Alka use various types of meditation (breathe, mantra, mindfulness) that she's learned starting at an early age. Alka is a forever a student of life and always practicing to be the best person she can be.

      Location: Online through Zoom

      Class Time/Day: 1PM EST on Mondays 

      Best Contact Information: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAvc-uppj8rHN3P9YzzPf5FZ9Ggp2GTcyCS

      COVID-19 Guidelines: This class is a livestream class through Zoom. 

      • 22 Jan 2021
      • (UTC-00:00)
      • 29 Jan 2021
      • (UTC-00:00)
      • 2 sessions
      • Livestream via Zoom - GMT


      Class Description: Gentle yoga, to relieve AS pain, inflammation and stiffness . Suitable for all levels, modified to your needs. Breathing, Yoga poses and relaxation. 1 hour class, check in up to 15 minutes before. You will need a chair, pillows, blankets and space the size of a single bed. Time to chat after class with teacher and fellow students from your class. Before you practice we advise you seek the advice of your Rheumatologist Physiotherapist or Doctor. Before you sign up, if you have any comorbidities, conditions, or complications of AS, that may affect your yoga practice please email: admin@yogaforas.com and one of us will get back to you.

      Location: Online through Zoom

      Class Time/Day: Fridays at 9 AM (UK Time)

      Best Contact Information: https://yogaforas.com/

      COVID-19 Guidelines: This class is a livestream class through Zoom. 

      • 26 Jan 2021
      • (EST)
      • 2 Mar 2021
      • (EST)
      • 6 sessions
      • Livestream via Zoom - EST


      Class Description: Yoga for Arthritis & Chronic Pain classes use the tools of yoga to improve the health and well-being of people living with arthritis. Developed at a leading research university by an interdisciplinary team of medical and health professionals, each 60-minute class focuses on conscious, gentle movement of the joints using the breath. Poses are taught either seated or standing using chairs for support. Students are encouraged to utilize props such as bolsters, blocks and blankets to tailor the poses to his or her needs.

      No previous yoga experience required. 

      About Teacher: 

      Beverly Davis-Baird, MA, E-RYT200/RYT 500, C-IAYT, owner and founder of Wisdom Tree Yoga, is a certified yoga therapist (C-IAYT) and member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists and Yoga Alliance.

      Bringing over 30 years of yoga experience, Beverly believes that the practice of yoga should bring spaciousness and release from tension, not create it. As such, she strives to make yoga accessible to people of differing abilities, believing the real benefits of yoga come from what is taken with you outside of class and into your life.

      An elementary school teacher for 20+ years, Beverly brings her knowledge of individual learning styles to her teaching, providing instruction that is clear, concise and inclusive. Her teaching encompasses a wide variety of yoga styles, with an emphasis on adapting each class to suit individual needs. She teaches both group and private yoga classes in a variety of settings, including churches, schools, gyms, corporations and private homes. She also works with special needs populations, such as disabled teens, seniors, and young children.

      Beverly adapts her classes to meet the spiritual as well as physical needs of her students. Her teaching expertise encompasses vinyasa, therapeutic, restorative, gentle, chair and children’s yoga as well as key teachings from Iyengar, Kripalu, Anasara, Kundalini, Integral and other styles of yoga. She is certified in Kidding Around Yoga™ , Yoga for Healthy Aging, Gentle Yoga for Low Back Care and Yoga for Arthritis™.

      Her students describe her as caring, compassionate, intuitive and attentive. “She brings a unique approach to yoga based on her personal faith and intuitive understanding of the spiritual and physical benefits of yoga. Her sessions are wonderful on both a spiritual and physical level.”

      Location: Online through Zoom

      Class Time/Day: Tuesdays at 3:30PM EST

      Best Contact Information: https://wisdomtreeyoga.com/yoga-for-arthritis-chronic-pain/

      COVID-19 Guidelines: This class is a livestream class through Zoom. 

      • 28 Jan 2021
      • (EST)
      • 4 Mar 2021
      • (EST)
      • 6 sessions
      • Livestream via Zoom - EST


      Class Description: Yoga for Arthritis & Chronic Pain classes use the tools of yoga to improve the health and well-being of people living with arthritis. Developed at a leading research university by an interdisciplinary team of medical and health professionals, each 60-minute class focuses on conscious, gentle movement of the joints using the breath. Poses are taught either seated or standing using chairs for support. Students are encouraged to utilize props such as bolsters, blocks and blankets to tailor the poses to his or her needs.

      No previous yoga experience required. 

      About Teacher: 

      Beverly Davis-Baird, MA, E-RYT200/RYT 500, C-IAYT, owner and founder of Wisdom Tree Yoga, is a certified yoga therapist (C-IAYT) and member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists and Yoga Alliance.

      Bringing over 30 years of yoga experience, Beverly believes that the practice of yoga should bring spaciousness and release from tension, not create it. As such, she strives to make yoga accessible to people of differing abilities, believing the real benefits of yoga come from what is taken with you outside of class and into your life.

      An elementary school teacher for 20+ years, Beverly brings her knowledge of individual learning styles to her teaching, providing instruction that is clear, concise and inclusive. Her teaching encompasses a wide variety of yoga styles, with an emphasis on adapting each class to suit individual needs. She teaches both group and private yoga classes in a variety of settings, including churches, schools, gyms, corporations and private homes. She also works with special needs populations, such as disabled teens, seniors, and young children.

      Beverly adapts her classes to meet the spiritual as well as physical needs of her students. Her teaching expertise encompasses vinyasa, therapeutic, restorative, gentle, chair and children’s yoga as well as key teachings from Iyengar, Kripalu, Anasara, Kundalini, Integral and other styles of yoga. She is certified in Kidding Around Yoga™ , Yoga for Healthy Aging, Gentle Yoga for Low Back Care and Yoga for Arthritis™.

      Her students describe her as caring, compassionate, intuitive and attentive. “She brings a unique approach to yoga based on her personal faith and intuitive understanding of the spiritual and physical benefits of yoga. Her sessions are wonderful on both a spiritual and physical level.”

      Location: Online through Zoom

      Class Time/Day: Thursdays at 10AM

      Best Contact Information: https://wisdomtreeyoga.com/yoga-for-arthritis-chronic-pain/

      COVID-19 Guidelines: This class is a livestream class through Zoom. 

      • 30 Jan 2021
      • 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM (UTC-00:00)
      • Livestream via Zoom - GMT


      Class Description: Gentle yoga, to relieve AS pain, inflammation and stiffness . Suitable for all levels, modified to your needs. Breathing, Yoga poses and relaxation. 1 hour class, check in up to 15 minutes before. You will need a chair, pillows, blankets and space the size of a single bed. Time to chat after class with teacher and fellow students from your class. Before you practice we advise you seek the advice of your Rheumatologist Physiotherapist or Doctor. Before you sign up, if you have any comorbidities, conditions, or complications of AS, that may affect your yoga practice please email: admin@yogaforas.com and one of us will get back to you.

      Location: Online through Zoom

      Class Time/Day: Saturday at 9AM (UK Time)

      Best Contact Information: https://yogaforas.com/

      COVID-19 Guidelines: This class is a livestream class through Zoom. 

      • 4 Feb 2021
      • (CST)
      • 25 Feb 2021
      • (CST)
      • 4 sessions
      • Virtual - Zoom (Central Time)


      Class Description: Is arthritis pain holding you back from activities you enjoy? Are you looking for an accessible way to practice yoga?  Join Maribel on Thursday mornings for slow paced movement, breathwork and meditation designed for people living with arthritis and chronic pain. While this is a mat class, those who are unable to get up and down the floor are welcome to stay seated on a chair. Participants are asked to complete an intake form upon registration. To ensure the safety, students are asked to keep their video on during class and to check in at least 15 minutes early to address any connection issues. This 4-week session is hosted by The Yoga Effect.

      About Teacher: Maribel is an easy going fitness enthusiast and unabashed spiritual seeker. She was first drawn to yoga as a complement to running many years ago. Her experiences of injury and pain have made her realize that wholeness is innate, healing is possible, and well being comes from re discovering that wholeness. 

      As a Certified Yoga Therapist, she offers small group classes and one-on-one sessions for people living with chronic pain and arthritis. She also teaches yoga with a focus on mindfulness to people living with cancer, seniors and those in the workplace. Visit www.maribelalesnayoga.com for more information.

      Location: The Yoga Effect on Zoom (recordings available if missed class)

      Class Time/Dates: Thursdays: Oct 15, 22, 29, & Nov 5 at 9:30 AM CST

      Best Contact Information: maribelalesnayoga@gmail.com or (312)246-1651; The Yoga Effect

      COVID-19 Guidelines: This class is on Zoom

      • 18 Feb 2021
      • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EST)
      • Livestream - EST


      Class Description: Join certified yoga therapist Dr. Steffany Moonaz for a 1-hour yoga class based on 15 years of research showing improved arthritis symptoms. This class will include movement to reduce joint stiffness, poses to build strength and flexibility, breathing practices to help manage stress and pain, and mindfulness practices to build resilience and peace of mind. You will need a sturdy chair and the ability to stand without assistance. The class will combine some standing and some chair poses. Dr. Moonaz will explain the science behind these practices and things you can do at home to keep up the benefits of yoga in your daily life.

      Location: Online through ON24

      Class Time/Day: 12PM on Tuesday, January 19, 2021

      Best Sign Up Here: https://calendly.com/kpmas-medicare-ta60/yoga-for-arthritis?month=2021-03&date=2021-03-23

      COVID-19 Guidelines: This class is a livestream class through Zoom. 

      • 21 Feb 2021
      • (EST)
      • 27 Mar 2021
      • (EDT)
      • 11 sessions
      • Integral Yoga Institute San Francisco - Livestream

      Integral Yoga Institute San Francisco

      Livestream through Zoom

      Foundations of Integral Yoga Therapy Teacher Training

      Dive into the richness of therapeutic yoga within the authentic lineage of Integral Yoga! In this training, we will use the panchamaya kosha model to explore human health. Using the panchamaya kosha model as a guide, we also will review common disease processes from both yogic and western medical perspectives. Discover new ways to consider the six branches of Integral Yoga into a therapeutic practice(s), whether it is adapted asana, devotional practices outside of a “traditional” yoga setting, or using service as a healing modality. Participants will review the practical skills required of a Yoga Therapist, develop a mock treatment plan for a client, and deepen/review their understanding of therapeutic relationships, assessment skills, and therapeutic plans. Inactive Yoga Therapists interested in kick-starting their service will find this an excellent source to restart!

      Learning objectives:
      At the end of this course, students will be able to
      • Define Yoga Therapy, Scope of Practice of a YTh, and Integral Yoga’s vision of YTh
      • Design a client intake form
      • Create a client action plan
      • Recognize the role of negentropy in dis-ease
      • Understand the aging process in health and disease
      • Be familiar with common medical conditions
      • Understand the client-therapist relationship
      • Determine appropriate breathing practices for common conditions
      • Integrate branches of Integral Yoga into client action plans

      Prerequisites:

      • Adaptive Yoga TT and Raja Yoga TT for participants of IYTh800 Program (this requirement may be waived for those currently enrolled in the IYTh Program)
      • Available for 200-hour yoga teacher training graduates who are interested in yoga therapy pathway and have sufficient teaching experience and those with IAYT certification who are interested in deepening their understanding.

      Technological requirements:
      Regular access to the Internet is required to participate in this online training. You must be able to run Zoom on your computer or tablet, and have an active email account for delivery of course materials. We will use Thinkific platform and Zoom.

      Refund policy:
      Once the program begins, the deposit and program tuition is non-refundable and non-transferable. If canceling before the start of the program, the balance will be refunded minus $125 administration fee.

      For more information or payment plan request, please contact the IYTh800 Certification Program Center Manager at yogatherapy@integralyogasf.org

      CEU'sYoga Alliance hours/ IAYT CE hours – TBA
      Integral Yoga Therapy 800-hour Certification Program core module – 50 hours

      Tuition:

      • $1080
      • $900 for active IYI SF teachers and C-IAYT therapists
        (please email your IAYT certificate to receive a discount promo code at yogatherapy@integralyogasf.org)

      Dates and Times – PST:

      • Tuesdays (2/23, 3/2, 3/9) 4-6pm ( 7-9pm ET)
      • Saturdays (weekly) 9am-11am and 12pm-2pm (12-2pm and 3-5pm ET)
      • Sundays (2/21, 2/28, 3/7) 11am-1pm (2-4pm ET)
      • No class 3/14-19
      • Plus additional time with pre-recorded material and time students schedule to work together

      REGISTER HERE

         

      • 23 Mar 2021
      • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EDT)
      • Livestream - EST


      Class Description: Join certified yoga therapist Dr. Steffany Moonaz for a 1-hour yoga class based on 15 years of research showing improved arthritis symptoms. This class will include movement to reduce joint stiffness, poses to build strength and flexibility, breathing practices to help manage stress and pain, and mindfulness practices to build resilience and peace of mind. You will need a sturdy chair and the ability to stand without assistance. The class will combine some standing and some chair poses. Dr. Moonaz will explain the science behind these practices and things you can do at home to keep up the benefits of yoga in your daily life.

      Location: Online through ON24

      Class Time/Day: 12PM on Tuesday, January 19, 2021

      Best Sign Up Here: https://calendly.com/kpmas-medicare-ta60/yoga-for-arthritis?month=2021-03&date=2021-03-23

      COVID-19 Guidelines: This class is a livestream class through Zoom. 

      • 15 May 2021
      • (EDT)
      • 16 May 2021
      • (EDT)
      • 2 sessions
      • St. Pete Beach, FL

      St. Pete Beach, FL

      Aqua Yoga Certification

      For yoga and aquatics professionals who want to add aqua yoga to their teaching skillsets.

      Adding this training to your offerings allows you to teach yoga outside, it evens out the seasonality of your yoga income, and lets you teach classes from the pool deck that don't wear your body out.   Christa is formerly YFA staff and is passionate about helping people with arthritis access yoga.  Because of that, she is a specialist in helping people with arthritis access yoga and will provide you a new modality for improving the lives of your clients who struggle with arthritis and land-based yoga.

      • Earn 16 Contact/3 non-contact hour CEU's from Yoga Alliance

      Tuition: $345 in effect until 3/13; $395 after

      Date & Time:

      • May 15 & May 16, 2021 
      • 9AM - 5PM  each day with pool and classroom sessions.

      For more information, reach out to Christa at christa@christafairbrother.com

      REGISTER HERE

         

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