Yoga East Asheville Class Schedule
Wednesday 9:00-10:30am Alignment Based Yoga - Rachel Fagan
Wednesday 4:30 – 5:45pm Gentle Yoga for Stress Release - Marilyn Kenoyer (Next six-week class beginning 3/27)
Thursday 10:00- 11:30am Alignment Based Gentle Yoga - Rachel Fagan
Thursday 6:00 -7:30pm Alignment Based: All Levels - Lindsay Majer
Friday 12:00-1:00pm Alignment Based: All Levels - Lindsay Majer
Private Yoga Sessions and Workshops
Private Yoga Therapy - Monday & Tuesday at 12 pm, Friday at 2:30 pm with Lillah Schwartz
Restorative Yoga - by appointment with Audrey Burke
A sharing of yoga Study from the Iyengar institute in Pune, India - Saturday, March 16 from 10 am - 1 pm, Lindsay Majer
Ayurvedic Wisdom for Transitioning to Spring - Saturday, March 30th, 10:30 - 1:00pm, with Marilyn Kenoyer
*Note: To reserve classes, please scroll to name of Yoga Instructor and click on their website link.
New classes are added frequently so please check again soon!
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Lillah Schwartz - C-IAYT, E-RYT500, Iyengar Trained, Author
A nationally recognized back care specialist and Certified Yoga Therapist, Lillah’s Dynamic Alignment classes embrace the mysteries of yoga while grounding the practice in the sciences of anatomy and functional movement.
Lillah’s wisdom comes from over 30 yrs of study with B.K.S. Iyengar and his lineage. Based on her personal experience with back pain, she became a trailblazer in the therapeutic applications of yoga and shares a unique synthesis of yoga practice, focused on alignment and personal transformation.
She now offers local classes, private and small group yoga therapy, workshops, and online classes thru her blog. Visit her contact page at https://www.yogawithlillah.com/contact-lillah/
Lindsay Majer - E-RYT 200, RYT 500
Lindsay loves helping you feel good in your body. Her teaching style is warm, welcoming, and thoughtful. She guides students with clear instructions and precise cueing that is easy to understand. You will never feel lost or left behind. With an emphasis on alignment, Lindsay guides a student to finding strength, stability, and flexibility. The results are often more than physical – students feel confident, strong, and balanced.
Lindsay discovered yoga in 1998 and hasn’t stopped practicing since. She completed her 500-hour teacher training in 2016 and her 200-hour teacher training in 2014 both through Lillah Schwartz’s Transformation Yoga Trainings. She continues her studyies with senior level teachers, including the Iyengars at the Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Institute in Pune, India.
When Lindsay is not teaching, practicing, or studying yoga, she is the Director of Mindful Operations for the Tzedek Social Justice Fellowship, a program of the Amy Mandel and Katina Rodis Fund. She holds a Master’s Degree in Geography focused on Community and Regional Planning and a Bachelor’s Degree in Geology focused on Environmental Science. Lindsay loves digging in the dirt making flowers and vegetables grow. She enjoys cooking and spending time dining with friends in Asheville, NC.
Rachel teaches alignment based yoga with care for safe and supported practice. She uses her Physical therapy knowledge to help students with physical injuries or limitations. This can be done in class or private yoga sessions. She also incorporates mindfulness and breathing techniques. Her goal is for students to leave a class or a private session feeling more relaxed and centered physically and emotionally.
Marilyn Kenoyer, ERYT-500
Marilyn has 20 years experience in teaching yoga, and 10 years experience teaching meditation and Ayurvedic concepts of healing and self-care. Although she has learned from a diverse range of teachers and styles, the foundation of her training was acquired through Kripalu, the Himalayan Institute and Self-Awakening Yoga. Her classes are relaxing, soulful and well balanced. The pace is often slow and gentle, with attention to the heart and mind, as well as the body. Each class includes attention to physical maintenance of the spine, joints and muscles, as well as mental and emotional stress release. Traditional poses, breath work, balance and focus work, and stillness, are part of each class. Healthy lifestyle information is incorporated as well. Each student is encouraged to learn from, and listen to their own body, respecting their own unique needs, abilities and limitations.
Next six week session begins March 27th: Gentle Yoga, Wednesdays, 4:30 - 5:45pm, $66 register at email@example.com or call 845-235-3045 for further info. Upcoming Workshop: Ayurvedic Wisdom for Transitioning to Spring, Saturday, March 30th, 10:30 - 1:00pm, $25 register at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 845-235-3045
Audrey is a registered yoga teacher specializing in restorative yoga. She loves sharing the art of relaxation and slowing down with her students. Audrey started practicing yoga in 2007. She completed a 200-hour yoga teacher training in 2011 and a 200-hour yoga teacher immersion with senior teacher Eddie Modestini in 2017. In 2018, she completed the “Relax and Renew” teacher training with restorative yoga specialist Judith Lasater.
Audrey began a regular restorative yoga practice after experiencing health challenges related to chronic stress in 2014. After experiencing the potent effects of restorative yoga first hand, Audrey has become passionate about sharing the practice with others. She believes that in finding balance between effort and ease on our yoga mats we can find greater balance between effort and ease in our lives.
Audrey offers local classes, workshops, private lessons, and small group instruction in restorative yoga. For further questions you can email her at email@example.com or call at 828-215-1263. You can follow her on Facebook at Audrey Burke Yoga.