Vinyasa Yoga * Mon @ 5:30-6:30 pm (starts 4/23/18)
Yoga for Runners (& others) * Th @ 5:05-6 pm
at the Ann Arbor YMCA
I never enjoyed doing yoga until I began classes with Robin. It is easy to see Robin's passion for yoga and building connections with my teammates and me. She has the ability to make the class interesting, relaxing, and challenging at different times throughout the session. Her stretches have been very helpful after a long week of hard workouts, and she has taught me how to practice mindfulness ... I highly recommend it especially if you have never enjoyed yoga in the past. - UM Women's Field Hockey Player
at Leslie Science & Nature Center Register Here
Robin teaches in and around the local community, including at Running Fit, Leslie Science Center, the Y, and Wolverine Brewing. Her corporate and athletic clients include the University of Michigan Women's Field Hockey and Women's Rowing teams, Ann Arbor Rowing Club and the Toyota Corporation. Please contact Robin to set your own group class, event or private session.
Robin has such a gift for tracking the activity and energy level of her class and adapting the flow to be just the right poses. She always mixes relaxation and challenge well and yet has a few poses in the flow that seem to solve my specific tightness and flexibility issues. I leave every class feeling better than when I walked in and over the last year, my mobility, flexibility and balance have improved. Even though I was a complete yoga novice at the start, Robin has been patient and professional finding adaptations that enable me to do a form of the more challenging poses without feeling like I'm behind. The environment is fun, yet calming and focused. - Julie J., Business Consultant
**Special Event: Pints & Poses: Thursday, May 10th 6:30-8:30 p.m. Add the "Spring" to your Step! Join us for an hour-long, all-levels Vinyasa flow & toast Spring w/ a pint of great Wolverine Brew as a chaser. Register here. **
at Running Fit (5700 Jackson Rd, Ann Arbor 48103)
Register Here Ongoing registration.
I welcome your questions, curiosities, and comments.
Yoga is an effective, low-impact form of exercise that involves integration of muscles, organs, and cells, bringing balance to body and mind. It enhances athletic performance and is an excellent way to prevent injuries.