Gentle Yoga for Adults

Tuesdays – 9:00-10:00 AM

Instructor: Hannah Rose Alexander

Yoga is a practiced discipline designed to sustain overall health, relaxation and well-being. Through concentration, breathing exercises and physical postures, this class aims to release tension and stress in areas of the body and mind that are impacted by the dynamics of modern life. With focus on alignment and linking breath with movement, this class provides gentle yet profound techniques to help build strength, body awareness and self-confidence. For beginners and seasoned yogis alike. There will be modifications and variations for postures offered.

All ages welcome.  No prior yoga experience needed.

Registration:

To register, click here.

Cost:

• $10 for members
• $12 for community members

Class policies:

• Comfortable clothes (no jeans please)
• A yoga mat is recommended
• A water bottle is highly recommended

New clients should arrive 5 minutes early to fill out a waiver.

Cancellation policy:

If cancelling less than two hours before class or you do not show, full price of the class will be forfeited and will not be refunded. Must call JCC if cancelling. If class is cancelled due to instructor illness, weather, or building closure, participant will not forfeit class, and will have an opportunity to make up the class in the next week or a week when they are able to attend.

Instructor bio:

Alexander, Hannah-Gentle Yoga

Hannah Rose Alexander is an RYT 200 yoga instructor and Reflexologist in the Reflexolo-chi™ method of therapeutic foot massage which addresses imbalances in the body in order to release physical, emotional and energetic tension. She also specializes in child yoga, and teaches youth gymnastics and yoga at Michigan Academy of Gymnastics. She believes the practice of yoga can be for everyone, regardless of age, circumstance and physical ability. Throughout her service in the Israeli Military, yoga became a tool for enhancing the way she communicated with her body and emotions to better understand her limits and needs. She views the practice of yoga as a custom blueprint for navigating balance within the body, mind and spirit. She aims to create a supportive, challenging, playful, and genuine environment for all.

Questions about:

• Registration: Tamara Lewis, Community Programs Office Manager: (734) 971-0990 or tamaralewis@jccannarbor.org
• Class Details: Hannah Rose Alexander, Instructor: (734) 328-4192 or hralexander@live.com