Yoga is an incredible practice of connection through your mind, your body, and the deepest spaces of your self-awareness and intention.
There are literally 1000s of definitions available on line and nearly every instructor will define it a tiny bit different. That said, it takes incredible courage to come to a yoga studio and roll out that mat for the first, second, or third time to establish your own definition. To be honest, it takes many of us courage still, years later. Yoga has the great benefit of "pushing back" against your self-perceived limitations. The benefits of the physical practices are cumulative and once you begin to feel yourself becoming stronger, or longer, or taking up more space in your entire life, you may find yourself craving the moments of rolling out that mat. Please, begin with us here, in these walls, with our yoga family. Engage a supportive environment of strength and grace, laughter, and abundant courage.
Give yourself enough commuting time! It is so silly that we hurry up to rush to yoga!
Arrive 10 - 15 minutes early to have enough time to store your personal items
find a place, roll out your mat and gather any needed props. If you ever DO arrive late, please sit and wait for the opening, centering of class to be completed before you walk across the room or make any noise rolling out your supplies.
Introduce yourself to the instructor and feel free to discuss any injuries or concerns you may have.
When the group centering begins
close your eyes and allow yourself to settle. The call of "om" shared in many yoga classes is a vibrational toning and mirror to the radiance of the universal hum. If you would rather pass on sharing, then just feel it resonate through all your cells.
listen to the cues the teacher is sharing and you're your movements and personal adjustments with kindness and attention. Any confusion you may experience of right and left is great! This is your brain recalibrating your self and body awareness.
If you feel tired or light headed, rest.
Your instructor will give you the invitation to a great pose "Child's Pose" and it will ease you back into finding your breath or cooling your jets.
At then end of your class
neatly put away all props and try and introduce yourself to at least one person in class, it will help you feel more connected the next time you come.
Give yourself a toothy wide smile.
Perfect for anyone new to yoga; Yoga 101 is a class designed to introduce basic yoga postures with demonstration and detail. The class is not set to any particular pace, so students can ask questions and receive advice on adjustments, modifications, and alternative variations to make any posture more accessible. Yoga 101 is an excellent introduction to many of the postures that students experience in the vinyasa series. Many students who complete several Yoga 101 classes feel confident to begin a vinyasa practice in a matter of weeks.
HotYasa is the merging of the practice of yoga in a hot room with Vinyasa, or in some cases, other yoga styles. Studio Shares signature series is similiar to the popular Vinyasa,flowing style of yoga. Performed in a heated room to produce a one of a kind hot yoga fusion. For those new to yoga, starting out in a hot class may be overwhelming at first. Talk with an instructor and your doctor to determine what type of class is best for you.
Vinyasa - Similar to a traditional Hatha practice, vinyasa is a series of flowing sequences that challenge the body and the mind through a combination of postures designed to complement a pranayama breathing practice. Series will vary depending on instructor; they often include a variety of sun salutations along with balancing and strengthening postures, all of which reduce stress and increase vitality. Vinyasa is accessible to practitioners of all levels and is offered at least once a day at Studio Share.
Yoga in the Park
A vinyasa flow set to music and held seasonally at the beautiful Historic Riverwalk Pueblo. This series allows the mind, body and soul to adventure out under the sun and be one with nature. Suitable for yogis of all levels and ages.
Perfect for practitioners looking for a meditative practice that focuses on stretching and lengthening more than strengthening, yin focuses on the connective tissues throughout the body, particularly hips, thighs, and the lower spinal area that are not normally exercise. Yin Yoga is not restorative yoga. Like all yoga practices, if the tissues you are targeting for exercise are damages in some way, please give yourself a chance to heal before resuming your regular practice. The inclusion of a yin class in weekly practice is an excellent opportunity to increase personal balance.
Hot Traditional 26
The traditional 26 is a series of 26 postures and two breathing exercises designed to be performed in a precise order to work the body systematically in a way that allows oxygenated blood to flow to 100% of the body from the inside out. The series is designed to scientifically warm and stretch muscles, ligaments, and tendons in the ordered to which they should be stretched and the way to which nature intended. Continued practice of the 26 postures strengthens, heals and balances the body. Best of all this series is suitable for yogis of any shape, size, and level.
Designed for the seasoned yogi or the one who is looking for the next step in challenging the mind, body and soul. This 90 minute class will allow the student to step further out of their comfort zone while exploring asanas on the next level. The student will also be introduced in the steps needed to begin preparation for inversions. There is no set pace to this class which allows the students to ask questions and receive the attention needed to further their practice.
Perfect for women in any stage of their pregnancy, prenatal yoga is a sequence of carefully arranged postures that safely strengthen and stretch the body in preparation for pregnancy and delivery. Women who maintain a regular prenatal practice throughout their pregnancy often experience a healthy maintenance of the bodily changes experienced throughout pregnancy and are prepared for breathing exercises, hip fluxion, and strength that function as assets during delivery. This also provides an opportunity to connect with other moms-to-be in the community for an extended network of support throughout pregnancy.
Mommy and Me
Designed for new moms prepared to regain their yoga practice after delivery. It is highly encouraged that new moms talk to their doctors about the appropriate amount of time they should wait before they regain their practice, often suggested as six weeks. The Mommy and Me sequence is designed to integrate yoga postures that allow mothers to interact with their babies while they practice, which strengthens the body and bond between the two. It also allows for new moms to experience a sense of community with others in the community.
Designed to be fun and engaging, kids yoga is an opportunity to introduce the practice of yoga to children at a young age. Postures and corresponding sequences are chosen based on their accessibility to kids of any age. Kids are introduced to the practice of mediation where they learn that silence can be okay rather than uncomfortable (or impossible!) Kids who practice yoga often have an increased sense of confidence, focus, creativity, and strength, and they tend to lead healthier lifestyles through better eating habits and willingness to be more active and helpful.
Heated Body Cardio
Come with energy to this class! The room is heated like HotYasa and the moves are like a HIIT class. The workout is fast and intense. Be ready to SWEAT! All of class is done with your own body weight, NO heavy lifting.
Christina (StudioShare Owner and Founder)
Christina pretty much has Colorado covered! Born in the small infamous town of Alamosa and raised much of her entire life in Colorado Springs; she finds peace in taking on more than she can handle. Christina's days as a child were spent playing soccer, swimming, and doing gymnastics. She never considered herself a stellar athlete, but alwyas found comfort in the fact her dad was a soccer coach. As Christina matured through age, she found the art of skiing, which is one of the reasons she landed herself at Western State College in Gunnison, Colorado and a maybe the reason she is a yoga instructor today. After graduation in the spring of 2001,Christina thought she had it all planned out. Going to pursue her degree and accounting and live the life in Vail; but for all intent and purposes we will say things changed and the gypsy inside her soul took root and she ended up living in various places, never really grounding herself to anything. Eventually she made her way back to Colorado Springs, via Denver, California, and various other places but the adventure has yet to end. Many times in class she will refer to a quote by Billy Joel: "Out of respect for the things I was never destined to do, my strengths are a result of my weaknesses, my success is due to my failures, and my style is directly related to my limitations." Christina is a registered yoga teacher with the Yoga Alliance, has completed her 200 hr. yoga teacher training at Cambio Studios. She carries credentials to teach aqua, yin and hot yoga, and is registered with the Red Cross as instructor for CPR, First Aid, and Lifeguard. Currently you will find her teaching at Monument Hill Country Club and Studio Share. When she has time to breathe you will find her contemplating what is next...Yoga with your dog?
While dabbling in yoga since 2003, Annabelle has had a devoted yoga practice since 2009 when she started practicing the classical hatha raja style of Sri Dharma Mittra. She completed her yoga teacher training under Cyndi Lee at OM Yoga Center whom she has had the privilege of assisting at Yoga Journal conferences, Omega Institute and Shambhala Mountain Center. In addition, she has taken additional training in Human Anatomy and Physiology and Teaching Chair Yoga for Limited Mobility at the Breathing Project, NYC. She has taught at OM Yoga and Atmananda Yoga studios in NYC, group retreats at Shambhala Mountain Center in Northern Colorado, private sessions for clients with chronic conditions and has since been authorized in the Shambhala tradition to offer initial "calm abiding" meditation instruction. Her classes are a fluid mix of pranayama, vinyasa and precise alignment. She believes profoundly in yoga's healing potential, opening and strengthening the body, psyche and spirit.
Dale was born and raised in the small town of Beulah, CO. At a young age, he grew up in the Colorado mountains and has been active in the outdoors his whole life. He has always sought to challenge his physical limits and has a background in recreational sports, back country backpacking, and wieghtlifting. Dale experiences his firsst yoga class in 2014 and began practicing regularly in early 2015 at Studio Share. Amazed by yoga's promotion of both sound body as well as sound mind; He quickly dove headlong into the study of becoming a registered teacher. His teaching style attempts both the physical challange, as well as the intrinsic restoration qualities present in the teachings of yoga in a welcoming atmosphere where students and practioners from all walks of life can grow as people. Dale believes that through yoga we can grow stronger physically, but also attain higher awareness of mind ans spirit, and it would be his great honor to help you all along your own journey.
Hailing from the windy city of Chicago, IL, Dionne has lived in Colorado for 24 years. Dionne is married and has been for the past 10 years (and counting). Dionne is the proud mother of three wonderful children, 2 dogs, 2 cats, and 2 fish. She has two associate of occupational science degrees, one for medical assistant and the other for medical administrative assistant. Dionne also holds a bachelor's of science in healthcare administration, and will be finishing her masters of science in justice and security in 2016. Her personal long term goal is to received her Doctorate of management in organizational leadership/information systems and technology. Dionnes passion, not love but passion for yoga began in 2011 at Cambio Yoga in Colorado Springs, CO. She could say "love" but the word love is so loosely thrown around it has begun to lose its impact. But when you hear the word "passion" you immediately know it reaps happiness to the soul. Like most practitioners Dionne was looking to get healthy, lose weight, and ultimately feel good about being herself! What she didn't know , is when she walked into Cambio Yoga Studio is that those few steps would change Dionnes life forever. She remembers her first class. Dionne remembers feeling excited, nervous, and so self-conscience that she placed herself in the far right corner of the room so that no one was behind her. She recalls looking around the room thinking "I am the thickest person in this room Ok consciousness leave me alone!" It only took one yoga class for Dionne to know that this is what she had been looking for. She began attending class two to three times a week until eventually five to six days a week she was at Cambio practicing, learning, and releasing. Dionne went her whole life without being able to feel what she feels when she practices yoga. Dionne states "There is nothing like being renewed and restored mentally, emotionally, spiritually, and physically. There is nothing like finding inner peace and acceptance within you. In yoga you grow, you thrive, and you shed those things that ought not to be in your spirit."
As a child growing up in Colorado, Katy enjoyed outdoor activities with her family including biking, hiking, fishing and everything in between. When it came to indoor activities, she preferred gymnastics, dance and cheerleading. Once her cheerleading career ended in her junior year of college, she had a hard time finding an exercise routine that she actually enjoyed. Katy tried doing some stuff at home and even tried the weight lifting thing for a while. And then Katy found yoga. Her first class was taken at a gym and she really enjoyed the workout she received, but could tell that something was still missingThanks to her mom, Katy found Studio Share in April of 2014 and began attending vinyasa flow classes with Christina that totally killed her! And she loved it! Katy began incorporating yoga into her routine, her everyday life and she felt better and better each day. As Katys love for yoga blossomed, so did her curiosity and she found herself enrolling into the yoga teacher training program at Cambio Yoga in Colorado Springs, CO. Through her teachings, Katy hopes to inspire other yogis of all skill levels and spread the light. When Katy is not on her mat or in the studio, She is usually juggling jobs and spending time with her amazing boyfriend, Nathan. Colorado brings Katy tons of adventures. She loves exploring museums, hiking the incline, vibin' at concerts, and finding new places to eat around Colorado.
Kayla a Colorado native, is a jack of all traits. Kayla first tried yoga in hopes it would be a good workout. She soon found out yoga has a much deeper connection to not only the body but the mind and soul as well. In July of 2015 Kayla thought she would deepen her yoga practice by becoming an instructor. Yoga is a practice that she has always come back to even in her busy schedule. Yoga allows us to not only open our mind but to nourish our physical body and soul. Kayla has completed her 200 TT at Studio Share, a donation studio in her hometown of Pueblo. When not on the mat you can find Kayla in the mountains. Her last name isn't Fisher for nothing! Kayla enjoys fishing at high mountain lakes. Anything involving her hands is Kayla's style. Ceramics, painting, you name it! Another hobby of hers is gardening, knowing she can be self-sufficient by growing her own produce brings her bliss. She also enjoys traveling and being able to experience other cultures from around the world. She has a profound love for children, currently working on her liberal studies degree she hopes to fulfill her dreams of becoming an elementary teacher. For now she remains teaching to those who come to her class to block out the noise of life and to find a light within themselves.
Known or unknown Kimberly believes yoga brings to an individual exaclty what is needed. When Kimberlys great aunt Mimi developed arthritis,and having lived alone without being able to drive herself. Kimberly could see the need to provide companionship and healing, Kimberly came up with the idea to sign her aunt and herseld up for a "Senior" yoga class. On a fall morning they both attended their first class Aunt Mimi not wanting to go; however they went to the senior yoga and Kimberly fell completely in love with yoga. From 1996 to present, she has continued to practice many styles of yoga. Kimberly became a certified Hatha Yoga insrtuctor in 2008. Adding continuing educational certificates along the way including: Senior Yoga, Pilates, along with CPR and most recently receiving her real estate license. For Kimberly yoga is the source.
Lanette grew up in the badlands of Texas spending most of her time pretending to be a Native American speaking to the animals, climbing trees and making tinctures out of leaves. Life transplanted her all over after she was 8 to anywhere from Chicago and Wisconsin to Florida and Georgia. While studying art in college, she started taking yoga classes as extra credits and fell in love with the peace it gave her. She carried it with her for many years all the way to Savannah, Georgia, where she decided to earn her 200hr Teacher Certification. As much as she swooned for the massive live oaks and being by the sea, adventure never stops calling, and this is why she landed herself here in Pueblo this summer of 2015. She greatly looks forward to gaining irreplaceable experiences spreading the love of Yoga wherever she goes.
Lexi is a native to Pueblo, Colorado. Growing up she played soccer, basketball, and softball. Being a little girl she traveled every weekend for a different sport until she graduated high school in 2014 at Pueblo West High School. Lexi decided that sports were no longer her passion and decided to pursue a Bachelors in Science of Nursing at Colorado State University of Pueblo. Currently at a student at the University she will begin the Nursing program in the spring of 2016. Lexi began yoga about a year ago, taking her very first class at Studio Share with her cousin. From her very first class she knew yoga would be something that would change her life, and it has. She is now a certified yoga instructor and has completed her 200-hour teacher training at Studio Share in pueblo. Lexi can not wait to see where life is going to take her next. "Difficult roads often lead to beautiful destinations." -unknown
Lindsay fell in love with yoga in 2013 when she found herself in a rough, uncomfortable place in her life. Yoga was the spiritual makeover she had longed for. For Lindsay it has been a healing mechanism. As she began attending classes, she was completely lost and intimated by the yoga world. She thankfully had a teacher who explained, that yoga is not about how good you can hold a pose, its about how you treat yourself while in the pose. Without much knowledge of yoga, she quickly jumped at the opportunity to start a 200hr teacher training. It changed Lindsay's' life! She couldn't get enough of it so she started her journey into paddle board yoga as well. Through yoga she has found compassion not only for others but mostly for herself. It has allowed her the opportunity to know what's it's like to really be present, what a gift! Yoga has given Lindsay back in her words "self-worth!" The best way Lindsay can give back is to share her love of yoga through teaching. If she can help one person find healing or compassion for themselves or others then she has felt like she has accomplished what she has set out to do!
If you ever catch Meagan sitting then you've witnessed a miracle! Growing up in Colorado she took full advantage of her surroundings hiking, playing multiple sports all across the state, volunteering and traveling as much as possible. Being raised an only child she learned quickly how to keep herself busy. That grew into a habit that has yet to subside. She played just about every sport as a child and chose to pursue golf and softball in high school which then led her to a golf scholarship to Oklahoma. She played for one year there then returned to college in Pueblo where she finished her collegiate career. After that chapter was complete she went on to work for the City of Pueblo where she is a Recreation Coordinator and organizes multiple recreation programs and events for the youth and adult across the city and county. Meagan found a love for music at a young age that has grown with her that has led her to become an on air and live event DJ. She loves to sing as loud as she can in her car and the shower because that's the only two places her singing voice is tolerable. After having reconstructive leg surgery in 2012, Meagan found yoga in late 2013. She was unable to do all of the active things she loved for a while and yoga helped her get her range of motion back and assisted her in returning to all of the outdoor activities she loves. She is currently finishing her yoga instructor certification in hopes that she can help people find the same peace and strength in yoga as she did. First place to look for Meagan now-a-days is in the yoga studio. Second place to look, on an airplane!
Melissa is a Pueblo native whom you may recognize as your favorite waitress at the world famous Passkey Restaurant. Okay.... maybe just Colorado famous. Either way, you're probably craving an italian sausage sandwich right now! Melissa has one son, Junior, who is attending CSUP. He is her pride and joy. She is a huge animal lover having four fur babies. Here at Studio Share, Melissa is among the first group of teacher trainees to complete her 200 hour teacher training. Melissa began her yoga journey in January 2014 under not so ideal circumstances. At the young age of 35 she was blind sided by a breast cancer diagnosis. In her own words, "Damn the luck!" She became an advocate for Living Beyond Breast Cancer. While attending a conference in Florida for young survivors she took her very first yoga class and learned the many benefits yoga had to offer cancer patients and survivors. Upon her return home, she searched for a yoga studio to continue her practice. That's when she discovered Studio Share. One class and she was hooked. Melissa began to notice very quickly the positive effects her practice was having with recovery from surgeries and chemotherapy. In addition, providing a greater sense of calm and well being, not to mention reduced fatigue and physical transformation. Melissa attributes yoga to be her life saver and instrumental in adapting a healthier lifestyle. She admits to indulging in dessert or a doughnut every now and then. It just means she'll work harder during core next class! Her mission is to introduce yoga into the cancer community. She firmly believes EVERYONE can benefit from yoga. Her passion is to share the positive effects is has had in her life in hopes of inspiring others to do the same. Although Melissa loves both a strenuous physical practice and time to sit and just "be", her Vinyasa classes are accessible to yogis of all levels, shapes, and sizes. All are welcome and she looks forward to meeting you!
Paulo was introduced to yoga in 2010 and embraced the practice and its philosophy intensively as a student and more recently as a teacher, having as main goal the sharing of his knowledge and helping other people to find their way within the yoga path! Paulo has a sound foundation in principles of alignment, having accomplished a 120-hour yoga alignment principles immersion training, back in 2013 with renewed teacher Jaime Allison. Paulo has also taken several workshops with some of the most acclaimed yoga teachers in the country, such as John Friend, Desiree Rumbaugh, Amy Ippoliti, Noah Mazé, Anthony Bogart and Katie Silcox, which have opened him a broader spectrum of the practice, methods and philosophy. Paulo is currently undertaking a 200-hour yoga teacher training with Becca Roodhuyzen, in Colorado Springs. Besides being enthusiastic about the physical practice, Paulo has been studying and practicing other layers of yoga, such as pranayama (breath/energy flow), ayurveda and meditation, particularly over the last 2 years, when Paulo was first introduced to the Parayoga methodology, which is focused on pranayama and energy flow. Paulo practices yoga and meditation on a daily basis and has switched to vegetarianism since 2013. Paulo likes to explore challenging practices and is many times seen upside down while practicing! His favorite quote is "yoga is experiential and experimental".
Taffi loves to start new projects but has a tendency to lose interest right in the middle and quits. Maybe that's the Aries in her; always starting something without finishing. But when she discovered yoga via a DVD, her passion for it grew. She enjoys the idea that yoga is a continuous learning experience each and every time she steps onto the mat. Once she found the courage to attend a class ~ she fell in love with the challenge it brought, the blissful feeling of sweatiness during the class and the beautiful afterglow that followed.She believes having a solid home practice is important but the community of other yogis found in a class brings a whole different dimension to her love for yoga. Taffi began to search for studios closer to her home that were affordable. When it came to affordability, she discovered a donation-based studio. She loved their concept and it fueled her desire to pursue her dream of becoming a yoga instructor. She completed her 200-hour yoga teacher training course with Cambio.yoga in August of 2013.She has a passion to show how yoga is available for "Any" body and "Everybody". Right now, Taffi teaches Yin yoga, Vinyasa Flow, and Power Vinyasa classes.During her time away from yoga, Taffi enjoys spending time with your husband and being outdoors hiking or riding her bike on the the Colorado trails. She is actively embracing the changes her new life chapter is bringing.
A Colorado native, Tara began practicing yoga as the fluidity was similar to that of dancing which she loved and grew up doing. After about a year and a half of home practice, Tara decided to embark on Teacher Training .Tara completed her 200 hr Teacher Training with Core Power Yoga in the summer of 2014 and another 50 additional hours of extended Teacher Training in June of 2015. In addition she has completed various instructional workshops throughout Colorado. Tara is also a part of Studio Shares Teacher Training program as a mentor, instructing and assisting those who are enrolled for completion of their yoga teacher training certification. Tara instructs a fluid medley of classes beginning with the traditional 26 posture, Vinyasa, Hot Yoga, all the way to recently beginning to instruct SUP yoga classes. Tara will also be completing her certification of Barre Yoga in the near future. She has been featured on YogaTrail a website dedicated to sharing the practice of Yoga throughout the world; as well as she is an ambassador for AltarEgo Yoga Apparel. Tara is active in the community and other Southern Colorado communities; and in being so introduces Yoga to pretty much whomever she comes in contact with. She strives through her delicate yet tenacious spirit to be able to inspire others see their full abilities from the inside out, not just only in the studio but also outside of it too!! When Tara is not in the studio, you can find her helping coach cheerleading or spending life's precious time with her two beautiful children, her boyfriend Blair and their squishy face English Bulldog Ellie; all whom she would say inspire her each and every day!
Tess has been called the Energizer Bunny on more than occasion. Born in Colorado Springs, and an early Pueblo transplant, you could've called her a "vibrant" child. Growing up just above the Arkansas river, Tess spent many afternoons climbing trees, inspecting bugs, mobbing the streets of her neighborhood, cronies in tow, dusty bikes from having just come up from the river trail. Sun goes down, it's time for tiny Tess to rehearse for her dream job, the stages of Broadway! Name in lights on the marquis! All through grade school Tess could usually be found on a local stage, performing in more stage shows than can be remembered! Fast forward *SOME* years later, Tess is still currently residing in Pueblo, with her musician husband, and their "too awesome for his own good" son! Her passion for yoga was fast and furious. She fell harder for yoga, than Joanie did for Chachi! She had to learn everything she could about yoga, so why not just learn to teach!? If she loved it THIS much, EVERYONE would, right!?!? Beginning Yoga Teacher Training in April of 2014, teaching came naturally, and certification soon fell by the wayside. Tess is being certified through her home studio, Studio Share. She is a member of the inaugural YTT training program offered by Christina at Studio Share! Tess thrives on high energy and building a solid foundations for her students. Convinced yoga should be fun, Tess brings this to every class. With any luck at all, you leave feeling great with a toothy grin from ear to ear!(And sore abs, as she is very core-centric!) Also, a Reiki II practioner, Tess finds peace working hands on with clients, realigning energy and the chakra system. Although Tess has aged chronologically, she is still the same "vibrant" child, simply clothed as an adult! And has decided that her stage will guiding all of you through the practice of yoga, and her light? It'll just shine from within instead of on a marquis.
Down Dog to Handstand with Becca
Playoga and Studio Share teaming UP! Really line up your shoulders in downward facing dog (even if you think you already know this pose, I bet you I can show you a thing or two), transition this down dog work into both chaturanga and handstand, and make substantial progress in your handstand practice. I guarantee you'll learn new shoulder stuff and re-energize your upside down practice. I want you to know a couple of things
Yoga should not hurt (this includes chaturanga!)
If you cannot nail your handstand
I seriously doubt it's because your arms aren't strong enough
Learn to Teach Barre
Novemeber 21st and 22nd, 2015. Visit www.Barreforte.Com to register and find additional information. Call (303) 218-7777 with questions. 2 days of instruction, 2 master classes, incalculable value! Just $700
Enjoy 2 days of fast paced and engaging instruction
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including hundreds of photographs
Gain knowledge that will help you improve upon other class formats you currently instruct
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training, and guidance, should you feel you need it
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disclaimer:pricing and availability subject to change.
Key to Studio Share’s mission is the accessibility of Yoga to all those who seek it. Realizing part of the barrier to its access is the financial consideration, Studio Share offers generosity-based classes. In a nutshell, come as you are and let your heart and personal financial situation be your guide as to what you chose to contribute toward Studio Share’s expenses. We believe in the goodness of the universe and people. We also realize that there is reciprocal bond between us we couldn’t offer classes without your ongoing generosity. We are all in this together. If a suggested donation amount assists you in determining your contribution, we propose $5.
We are sincere in our mission. We want you here, practicing yoga and participating in your community, contributing what you can. Whether it’s the change in your pocket, a kind gesture or an exchange of services, Studio Share is open to different ways of doing business. Please speak to an instructor if you have any questions or ideas.