The lab is so happy to have Phyllis Chan leading our April classes. Phyllis will teaching ‘Flow Progressive’ at the lab on April 17th & 24th. This class is inspired by the sense of renewal that Spring brings. A stream of meditation, heart opening back-bends and partner work will leave you feel rejuvenated and airy. Classes run from 6:30pm-7:45pm. No sign up required.
Phyllis was first drawn to yoga because it produced a strong sense of calm and peacefulness in her life. The path of yoga has led her to venture into the East where she completed her Yoga Alliance certification under Lily Gonclaves, studied under Yogi Vishvketu, and completed Vipassana meditation training at Wat Ram Poeng. Phyllis is currently apprenticing under Shannon Cluff, “the teacher’s teacher” at Sanga yoga.
Phyllis has experience teaching a variety of age groups and enjoys adapting her teaching style to students in her class, providing options so postures can be safely enjoyed and challenges can be undertaken by students of all fitness and flexibility levels. With an intention of building core strength using proper alignment, you can create a strong foundation for safe progression within your practice.
Phyllis brings a sense of humour and playful positive energy to the class, by sharing a gift that she is ever so grateful for: Yoga – the unity of body, mind & spirit.
Find out more about Phyllis: http://followphilly.wordpress.com/