What we're about
Providing Yoga for the Ann Arbor area in the coolest, meditative, active studio and indoor locations from Ypsilanti to Dexter and from Saline to Brighton, this virtual Ann Arbor Ashram is gaining momentum and growing from our original Ann Arbor Outdoor Yoga Meetup
This group is a seasonal adaptation for the successful growth of our Ann Arbor Outdoor Yoga Meetup. We're coordinating with studios, rec-centers and gyms for this virtual Ashram to have access to affordable yoga based on the number of our members, the high activity, and successful RSVP's that encourage studios and Rec-Centers to invite or work with us to their location. The changes for this INDOOR group include
Free membership if you join in August, before the indoor season starts.
$5 one time annual membership fee if you join in September or later, and
Would you like a free, annual membership? Like and Follow us on Facebook for a random chance to win a 1 year membership (applies to membership, not paid events) https://www.facebook.com/AnnArborIndoorStudioYoga/
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Want to partner, program or teach a class? Reach out via LinkedIN or Meetup, https://www.linkedin.com/in/eaglefishyoga/
About the teacher:
website: http://www.eaglefishtechnology.com/eagle_fi... (http://www.eaglefishtechnology.com/eagle_fish_yoga)
Alex K has taught 108 yoga classes since September 2013 to the community and instructed yoga class for 2+ years for Pittsfield Charter Township, where classes range from Slow Flow I, II, Partner Yoga, Outdoor Yoga and Mindful Yoga according to Palouse Mindfulness adapted from Univ. Mass. My interest in yoga started with friends at CalTech University, then recovery from my own cervical-radiculopathy. He is 200 hrs Vinyasa Hatha Certified Yoga Teacher through Yoga Shelter, West Bloomfield, MI as of 09/13 and participating in 500hr teacher training workshops in Chicago.
I do have a few yoga quirks, such as working through fears of reoccuring neck injury for 10 years before establishing an inverted tripod, head stand, and back bend/wheel practice. I look back on it and wonder wow, why so long, yet grateful and elated to be able to stand upside down for no reason at all, but to finish and complete the vinyasa flow and put the past of injury behind me.
The benefits continue to accumulate from weight loss, stamina, men's health and meditation. Yoga allows me to stay a practitioner as a researcher in human adaptation specialized in Kinesiology (MS), Biomedical Engineering (MS), Space Systems Engineering (MSE, expected) and Biomedical Informatics, with an early career start training astronauts and certifying experiments for spaceflight.