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- $25 for one month of unlimited yoga classes (a $90 value)
- $49 for three months of unlimited yoga classes (a $250 value)<p>
Classes lasting 50–90 minutes educate beginner-level students and are designed to ease maladies such as joint problems and autoimmune diseases. During restorative yoga, instructors teach participants to relax with postures supported by bolsters, blankets, and chairs. For workouts you can do at your desk, chair yoga makes use of van Gogh’s favorite four-legged still-life object.
Yoga Home of Therapeutics
One could say that 1996 was one of the worst years of Sara Alavi’s life. Within the span of months, she lost sight in her left eye, was diagnosed with MS, and developed a heart condition. Any one of those conditions could have debilitated her spirit, but Sara always lived by the mantra of “gratitude toward the gift of life and being grateful for our loved ones' lives.” That devotion to celebrating life led her toward the mind-calming and body-strengthening practice of yoga. After continued dedication to the ancient art, her eyesight returned and her health began to skyrocket.
Now a certified yoga instructor herself, Sara uses her earth-toned studio to host the bodies and minds of her students. Her yoga classes aim to improve bodily health by increasing blood flow and releasing muscle tension while stimulating the mind for sharper concentration and funnier Mad Libs. In the studio’s flower-curtain-lined healing room, Sara performs the raindrop massage: a combination of essential oils and reflexive therapy. She balances disrupted energy flows with reiki healing and assists at-home meditation with a guided relaxation CD.
Yoga Home of Therapeutics offers a 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training program, starting August 22 and accepting registration now. They are are a Yoga Alliance registered school and regulated through the Oklahoma Board of New Vocational Schools.
100% of 15 customers recommend
“Very nice and friendly, make you feel right at home even if you have never done yoga before. I see why "Home" is in the name!”