Corinne Skrobot, Iyengar Yoga

Fall Session, 2017

Tuesdays, 3:30 to 5 pm | Gentle | September 12 - December 5 | 13 classes, $234 |

Wednesdays, 5:30 to 7:15 pm | Level 1 – 2 | September 13 - December 6 | 13 classes, $240.50 |

Thursdays, 8:15 to 9:45 am | Level 1 – 2 | September 14 - December 7 | 13 classes, $234 | 

Drop-in $20 |

Pranayama Class

Thursdays, 10:00 to 11:15 am | All levels | September 21 - November 2, No class October 19 | 6 classes, $102 |

 

Tuesday Gentle class:

Designed for those students new to Iyengar yoga and those working with some physical limitations. The poses and exercises in this class are modified using various props and supportive structures to ensure safety, stability, gentle movement and flexibility. This class is especially useful for those students wishing to work at a slower pace. Please call or email the instructor to discuss your needs to determine whether this class would be a good fit for you.

Wednesday Level 1-2

This class will study and work with the foundational aspects of Level 1 asanas (poses). It is a class designed to work within the pillars of Iyengar yoga: Mobility, stability, strength and alignment. The classes are progressive in nature and students are encouraged to attend weekly classes, working at their own pace, guided and supported by their teacher. Level 1 classes are obligatory for those students new to Iyengar yoga. Level 2 students have had at least one full session of level 1 classes.

Thursday Level 1-2

This class will study and work with the foundational aspects of Level 1 asanas (poses). It is a class designed to work within the pillars of Iyengar yoga: Mobility stability, strength and alignment. The classes are progressive in nature and students are encouraged to attend weekly classes, working at their own pace, guided and supported by their teacher. Level 1 classes are obligatory for those students new to Iyengar yoga. Level 2 students have had at least one full session of level 1 classes.

Pranayama is the study of the breath, the art and science of our life-force. During this 6 week session we will explore the subtle aspects of the breath, breath awareness and its effect on the body and the mind. Some anatomy as it relates to this Pranayama class will also be presented.

Pranayama

By using the restorative relaxing versions of some of the common yoga poses, we will utilize breath exercises to bring our awareness to this unique and powerful tool, available to all. This class is suitable for new and returning students. Drop-ins are welcome.

Exploring the mechanics of breathing, we will use yoga postures to expand and lengthen the breath, the Prana or the energy of the body.
We will explore techniques that control, direct and restrain the breath.
This is an old practice, now widely recognized by the medical community as beneficial for conditions affecting the Internal organs, the body and the mind.
This is a four- week basic introductory class, expanding to a regular class in the fall 2017.

Corinne Skrobot began her study of Iyengar yoga in 2002. She received her introductory certification in June 2009, studying under Louie Ettling and Ingelise Nherlan. She completed her Junior Intermediate II level of certification in June 2017. Corinne is a registered Physiotherapist (1990) who has practiced in Vancouver since 1991. Her dedicated study of Iyengar yoga has paralleled her continued professional coursework in physiotherapy and Osteopathic bodywork; she uses this experience in her yoga classes.

Corinne teaches Iyengar yoga classes at Yoga on 7th in East Vancouver and offers yoga/anatomy workshops at Trimetrics Physiotherapy clinic in North Vancouver. She continues to study with experienced certified Iyengar teachers and regularly attends workshops with international Senior instructors.

Corinne brings her passion and expertise to the studio in her yoga classes and is committed to encouraging students to experience the beneficial effects of yoga toward their own healing.

To register, email Corinne at corinne@skrobot.ca or call her at 604 671 9159.