- Welcome to my Spring Class Schedule, effective as of March 1 2017. Thanks for stopping by xoxo.
Please see the following descriptions for ongoing classes
MONDAYS 7:30 – 8:45pm
The Balance @Metric Yoga, 88 Q St. SLC, UT 84103 (in the avenues)
“The Balance” a practice focused on harmonizing the masculine & feminine internally. Please join Chris Rudert and Trisha McBride as they co-teach The Balance, a Shiva / Shakti philosophy in motion. A blend of static power – fluid asana & restore. Every Monday … drop ins = $15 … 5 class card = $60 Purchase in person or click here to link into the shop
TUESDAYS 8:10pm – 9:30pm
*OPEN LEVEL* Tribal Fusion Belly Dance: Salt City Studio 1321 East 3300 South SLC, UT 84106
$15 DROP IN’S ARE AVAILABLE FOR THIS SERIES. For this series I am excited to focus on dancing to the vibrant, colorful, intoxicating rhythms of Balkan music. Get ready to have a full blown fast paced, sweaty dance party … every Tuesday night 8:10-9:30pm
“The Remedy” aka Vinyasa Restore *OPEN LEVEL* 21st Yoga 2065 E. 2100 S. SLC UT.
This class is designed to slowly stretch the muscle in a relaxed state of being. Take the rush out of getting there and enjoy the ease in your efforts. Find your natural state of being which is BLISS, this class will take you there. Move through your muscle system as well as your parasympathetic nervous system. You might push yourself enough in life, take the time to feel good. Move that stagnant energy, anxiety or anger and just take it easy.
21st Yoga 2065 E. 2100 S. SLC UT.
A fine tuning class for body, mind and spirit. This class begins on the floor, grounding and connecting to earth. Slowing the internal dialog and connecting to center. Clearing the mind for mental clarity is the key to this practice. We then move into a slow meditative flow still grounding physical and mental energetics. Next, we move into the heat of our center. Stoking the fires of the core through breath and asana to deeply burn off impurities and toxins. Experiencing the true heat of our center and opening up to the next level of self. At this point we experience apex poses that will challenge you and move you forward mentally and physically. It is after this point, the body in now ready to slip into a deep restorative process. Coming out of the transformative fires, we slowly slip into the cool pools of restore. The body can now deeply repair after being heated up to a level of opening ing. The muscle and fascia can now releases around the structures we create with the bolsters, blocks, blankets and straps. These specific yoga props are essential to this format (feel free to bring a towel to this class). Taking “the back pack of stress” off the body, the mind and muscle can now let go of what it is holding. It is in the surrender to the self, where we find the deepest repair for mind, body and spirit. I hope you will enjoy this format as much as I have enjoyed creating it.
21st Yoga 2065 E. 2100 S. SLC UT.
Rebuild, reboot, restore, revitalize. The main philosophy of Restorative Yoga is that by relaxing in poses, with the aid of props, without strain or pain, we can achieve physical, mental and emotional relaxation. Adding aroma therapy to the mix takes us to a whole new level or restoration and relaxation. Trisha uses only the best of organic blends that she creates herself for this class.
Our parasympathetic nervous system is stimulated when we relax into poses, which promotes a relaxation response and reduces stress in our bodies. The parasympathetic nervous system is responsible for slowing your heart rate and breath and increasing blood flow to your vital organs, among other things.
The goal is to combat the physical and mental effects of everyday stress and ease common ailments such as headaches, backaches, anxiety, and insomnia with the use of restful poses and deep breathing techniques. EVERYONE benefits greatly form a restorative practice.