with Ki Mary Wagar

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Flying with Friends is a fun filled playshop that incorporates yoga, acrobatics, and elements of Thai Massage. We will look at basic floor lifts, how to support your partner’s full or partial weight using proper skeletal alignment along with a few different transitions. We will cool down with some simple yet amazing Thai Massage techniques. Come with a friend or meet someone here, we will work with different partners so no one gets stuck and everyone gets to learn. Open to all levels. It is recommended that you can do 5 full push-ups or hold a plank position for 45-60sec and comfortably hold a full or partial bridge pose for 30sec.

ki maryKi Mary Wagar completed her Aerial Yoga teacher training with Wendi Lynch of Aerial Yoga Hawaii, and has learned aerial dance from David and Angela Saucedo. She teaches yoga to adults, as well as children’s gymnastics, aerial yoga and aerial dance. She is RYT 200 certified from Open Space to teach yoga as well as kids’ yoga. Currently engaged in learning Ayurveda, Ki enjoys doing gymnastics, acro-yoga and various aerial formats.

 

with Ki Mary Wagar

Sundays, December 7, 14 & 28 

3 class series/ Drop-in OK

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This dynamic series will accommodate any experience level, ages 6-12. Aerial yoga is a safe way to learn coordination and proprioception: where your body is in space. As the child twists, turns, balances, stretches and hangs upside down, supported by the aerial silk hammock, there is a great increase in body awareness. This series facilitates progressive learning – from basic to more advanced coordination, strength and balance skills.Aerial yoga uses a low-hanging hammock to support the weight of the body so the child can achieve proper postural alignment. The ending shavasana pose, cocooned and slightly swinging in the hammock, is deeply relaxing.

Clothing requirements: no zippers, Velcro, buttons, sequins, grommets or jewelry that could compromise the aerial fabric. Contradictions include heart conditions and glaucoma. Students with back or neck conditions should obtain doctor approval before attending – depending on the nature of the condition, the aerial practice could be very helpful or deleterious.

ki maryKI Mary Wagar completed her Aerial Yoga teacher training with Wendi Lynch of Aerial Yoga Hawaii, and has learned aerial dance from David and Angela Saucedo. She teaches yoga to adults, as well as children’s gymnastics, aerial yoga and aerial dance. She is RYT 200 certified from Open Space to teach yoga as well as kids’ yoga. Currently engaged in learning Ayurveda, Ki enjoys doing gymnastics, acro-yoga and various aerial formats.

with Ki Mary Wagar

Mondays, December 1 – 29

5 class series/ Drop-in OK

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This dynamic series will accommodate any experience level, ages 6-12. Aerial yoga is a safe way to learn coordination and proprioception: where your body is in space. As the child twists, turns, balances, stretches and hangs upside down, supported by the aerial silk hammock, there is a great increase in body awareness. This series facilitates progressive learning – from basic to more advanced coordination, strength and balance skills.Aerial yoga uses a low-hanging hammock to support the weight of the body so the child can achieve proper postural alignment. The ending shavasana pose, cocooned and slightly swinging in the hammock, is deeply relaxing.

Clothing requirements: no zippers, Velcro, buttons, sequins, grommets or jewelry that could compromise the aerial fabric. Contradictions include heart conditions and glaucoma. Students with back or neck conditions should obtain doctor approval before attending – depending on the nature of the condition, the aerial practice could be very helpful or deleterious.

ki maryKi Mary Wagar completed her Aerial Yoga teacher training with Wendi Lynch of Aerial Yoga Hawaii, and has learned aerial dance from David and Angela Saucedo. She teaches yoga to adults, as well as children’s gymnastics, aerial yoga and aerial dance. She is RYT 200 certified from Open Space to teach yoga as well as kids’ yoga. Currently engaged in learning Ayurveda, Ki enjoys doing gymnastics, acro-yoga and various aerial formats.

with Ki Mary Wagar

Mondays, November 3 – 24

4 class series/ Drop-in OK

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This dynamic series will accommodate any experience level, ages 6-12. Aerial yoga is a safe way to learn coordination and proprioception: where your body is in space. As the child twists, turns, balances, stretches and hangs upside down, supported by the aerial silk hammock, there is a great increase in body awareness. This series facilitates progressive learning – from basic to more advanced coordination, strength and balance skills.Aerial yoga uses a low-hanging hammock to support the weight of the body so the child can achieve proper postural alignment. The ending shavasana pose, cocooned and slightly swinging in the hammock, is deeply relaxing.

Clothing requirements: no zippers, Velcro, buttons, sequins, grommets or jewelry that could compromise the aerial fabric. Contradictions include heart conditions and glaucoma. Students with back or neck conditions should obtain doctor approval before attending – depending on the nature of the condition, the aerial practice could be very helpful or deleterious.

ki maryKI Mary Wagar completed her Aerial Yoga teacher training with Wendi Lynch of Aerial Yoga Hawaii, and has learned aerial dance from David and Angela Saucedo. She teaches yoga to adults, as well as children’s gymnastics, aerial yoga and aerial dance. She is RYT 200 certified from Open Space to teach yoga as well as kids’ yoga. Currently engaged in learning Ayurveda, Ki enjoys doing gymnastics, acro-yoga and various aerial formats.

 

with Ki Mary Wagar

Mondays, Octber 6 – 27

4 class series/ Drop-in OK

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This dynamic series will accommodate any experience level, ages 6-12. Aerial yoga is a safe way to learn coordination and proprioception: where your body is in space. As the child twists, turns, balances, stretches and hangs upside down, supported by the aerial silk hammock, there is a great increase in body awareness. This series facilitates progressive learning – from basic to more advanced coordination, strength and balance skills.Aerial yoga uses a low-hanging hammock to support the weight of the body so the child can achieve proper postural alignment. The ending shavasana pose, cocooned and slightly swinging in the hammock, is deeply relaxing.

Clothing requirements: no zippers, Velcro, buttons, sequins, grommets or jewelry that could compromise the aerial fabric. Contradictions include heart conditions and glaucoma. Students with back or neck conditions should obtain doctor approval before attending – depending on the nature of the condition, the aerial practice could be very helpful or deleterious.

ki maryKI Mary Wagar completed her Aerial Yoga teacher training with Wendi Lynch of Aerial Yoga Hawaii, and has learned aerial dance from David and Angela Saucedo. She teaches yoga to adults, as well as children’s gymnastics, aerial yoga and aerial dance. She is RYT 200 certified from Open Space to teach yoga as well as kids’ yoga. Currently engaged in learning Ayurveda, Ki enjoys doing gymnastics, acro-yoga and various aerial formats.

 

with Ki Mary Wagar

Sundays, Octber 5 – 26

4 class series/ Drop-in OK

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This dynamic series will accommodate any experience level, ages 6-12. Aerial yoga is a safe way to learn coordination and proprioception: where your body is in space. As the child twists, turns, balances, stretches and hangs upside down, supported by the aerial silk hammock, there is a great increase in body awareness. This series facilitates progressive learning – from basic to more advanced coordination, strength and balance skills.Aerial yoga uses a low-hanging hammock to support the weight of the body so the child can achieve proper postural alignment. The ending shavasana pose, cocooned and slightly swinging in the hammock, is deeply relaxing.

Clothing requirements: no zippers, Velcro, buttons, sequins, grommets or jewelry that could compromise the aerial fabric. Contradictions include heart conditions and glaucoma. Students with back or neck conditions should obtain doctor approval before attending – depending on the nature of the condition, the aerial practice could be very helpful or deleterious.

ki maryKI Mary Wagar completed her Aerial Yoga teacher training with Wendi Lynch of Aerial Yoga Hawaii, and has learned aerial dance from David and Angela Saucedo. She teaches yoga to adults, as well as children’s gymnastics, aerial yoga and aerial dance. She is RYT 200 certified from Open Space to teach yoga as well as kids’ yoga. Currently engaged in learning Ayurveda, Ki enjoys doing gymnastics, acro-yoga and various aerial formats.

 

with Ki Mary Wagar 

Mondays 4:30 – 5:30 pm

September 1 – 29 (5 sessions)/ drop-in OK

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This dynamic series will accommodate any experience level, ages 7 – 12. Aerial yoga is a safe way to learn coordination and proprioception: where your body is in space. As the child twists, turns, balances, stretches and hangs upside down, supported by the aerial silk hammock, there is a great increase in body awareness. This series facilitates progressive learning – from basic to more advanced coordination, strength and balance skills.Aerial yoga uses a low-hanging hammock to support the weight of the body so the child can achieve proper postural alignment. The ending shavasana pose, cocooned and slightly swinging in the hammock, is deeply relaxing.

Clothing requirements: no zippers, Velcro, buttons, sequins, grommets or jewelry that could compromise the aerial fabric. Contradictions include heart conditions and glaucoma. Students with back or neck conditions should obtain doctor approval before attending – depending on the nature of the condition, the aerial practice could be very helpful or deleterious. ki mary

ki maryKi Mary Wagar completed her Aerial Yoga teacher training with Wendi Lynch of Aerial Yoga Hawaii, and has learned aerial dance from David and Angela Saucedo. She teaches yoga to adults, as well as children’s gymnastics, aerial yoga and aerial dance. She is RYT 200 certified from Open Space to teach yoga as well as kids’ yoga. Currently engaged in learning Ayurveda, Ki enjoys doing gymnastics, acro-yoga and various aerial formats.

with Ki Mary Wagar Sundays, Sept 21 – Oct 12 (4 sessions)

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Yoga has the power to bring comfort, ease, strength, flexibility, and balance to our lives. Sometimes taking that first step seems impossible. You may tell yourself that you are too stiff, over the hill, overweight or out of shape to begin. In fact, yoga can actually be a very gentle solution to all of those inner objections that keep you from walking into a class. There are dozens of others like you who would love to learn basic yoga postures in a safe, casual environment with clear directions for beginners.

This class is designed for ANYONE new to yoga who wants to feel great in their body. Over the 5 weeks of this series, you will learn to safely practice some of yoga’s most commonly used postures, and even how to adapt them for your comfort. We will also cover basic relaxation and breathing techniques that you can use at work or home to reduce stress and tension. You can gain the confidence to walk into any general yoga class and follow along without feeling lost. Experience for yourself how yoga benefits your body, from the outside in. Shall we begin?

with Ki Mary Wagar 

Mondays 4:30 – 5:30 pm

September 1 – 29 (5 sessions)/ drop-in OK

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This dynamic series will accommodate any experience level, ages 7 – 12. Aerial yoga is a safe way to learn coordination and proprioception: where your body is in space. As the child twists, turns, balances, stretches and hangs upside down, supported by the aerial silk hammock, there is a great increase in body awareness. This series facilitates progressive learning – from basic to more advanced coordination, strength and balance skills.Aerial yoga uses a low-hanging hammock to support the weight of the body so the child can achieve proper postural alignment. The ending shavasana pose, cocooned and slightly swinging in the hammock, is deeply relaxing.

Clothing requirements: no zippers, Velcro, buttons, sequins, grommets or jewelry that could compromise the aerial fabric. Contradictions include heart conditions and glaucoma. Students with back or neck conditions should obtain doctor approval before attending – depending on the nature of the condition, the aerial practice could be very helpful or deleterious. ki mary

ki maryKi Mary Wagar completed her Aerial Yoga teacher training with Wendi Lynch of Aerial Yoga Hawaii, and has learned aerial dance from David and Angela Saucedo. She teaches yoga to adults, as well as children’s gymnastics, aerial yoga and aerial dance. She is RYT 200 certified from Open Space to teach yoga as well as kids’ yoga. Currently engaged in learning Ayurveda, Ki enjoys doing gymnastics, acro-yoga and various aerial formats.

with Ki Mary Wagar Sundays, Sept 14 – Oct 12 (5 sessions)

Sign Up Now!

Yoga has the power to bring comfort, ease, strength, flexibility, and balance to our lives. Sometimes taking that first step seems impossible. You may tell yourself that you are too stiff, over the hill, overweight or out of shape to begin. In fact, yoga can actually be a very gentle solution to all of those inner objections that keep you from walking into a class. There are dozens of others like you who would love to learn basic yoga postures in a safe, casual environment with clear directions for beginners.

This class is designed for ANYONE new to yoga who wants to feel great in their body. Over the 5 weeks of this series, you will learn to safely practice some of yoga’s most commonly used postures, and even how to adapt them for your comfort. We will also cover basic relaxation and breathing techniques that you can use at work or home to reduce stress and tension. You can gain the confidence to walk into any general yoga class and follow along without feeling lost. Experience for yourself how yoga benefits your body, from the outside in. Shall we begin?


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