First massage session 60 min for $40, 90 min for $70.
First FST session 60 min for $50, 90 min for $100.
Zan is holding a Thanksgiving morning practice on Thur 11/23rd, 9-10.15a. Please contact her for more info. Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
Please note that ALL classes taught by other instructors than Yeong are non-SCY classes. Students are to contact the instructors directly for questions and payments. Each instructor is an independent contractor with their separate entity. Class price differs by instructors.
This is a 75 min gently moderate slow flow class with good warm up. Each month, Zan will focus on a different part of the body or type of pose; each class will provide an opportunity to maintain the strength & flexibility you've gained. Sometimes you will get a bit warm.
Classes are between 5.30-6.45p on Tue and Thur. Cost is $15/class for drop in, $135 for 10 class card. Evening class card can be used for other classes taught by Zan. Please contact Suzanne directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to register or for questions.
QiGong class with Link
Gift of the Tao Qi Gong
Qi Gong is a powerful yet gentle dynamic movement exercise from China. This class involves 45m of Gift of the Tao movement sets with 15m of warm up and explanations.
What makes Gift of the Tao (GoT) a unique form of Qi Gong is its nonlinear approach to spiritual growth. Rather than a rigid outline for progression in the system, GoT adapts to your particular needs. This ensures every session will be beneficial and suited toward integrating your Body Mind and Spirit.
The complete set of GoT Qigong uses dynamic movement patterns to work out the entire body and energy system. This helps improve energy flow and raise your frequency for improved health and awareness. The end result is a expanded and balanced state of being.
Every Sunday 2-3pm
First Class is Free to try out!
Afterwards $20 per session or Buy 5 ($100) get 2 Free for a 7 session package.
Are you suffering from lower back pain? Here’s a tip: Try to lift your chest up about an inch and lean the upper body back about a half an inch. Also, while sitting, ground your feet wider than hip distance apart. Be sure to align your knees over ankles. When standing, be sure NOT to lock your knee joints. Of course you'll also need to stretch your gluteus muscles on a regular basis to keep the pesky pain away. Come in to the studio and I can show you how this is done. See you soon!