Register now for the new virtual Yoga Core Series at Monona Terrace
Trying to find a little more time for yourself or wanting to break into something new? Yoga Core every Tuesday at noon might be exactly what you’re looking for. Studies show that just a few minutes of yoga movement a day can improve back pain, mood, stress management, energy and more. Learn about what to expect before, during and after class so you can hit the mat with confidence and start reaping the benefits these classes can offer.
What should I expect?
Yoga Core aims to help you build strength and body awareness. This 45-minute class is all about taking care of yourself through a wide variety of seated, standing, balancing, and mat-based yoga poses focusing on strength, stability, and mobility. Core-based practices can help enhance balance and stability and prevent falls and injuries as we age. All levels are welcome. Participants will need to be able to get up and down off the floor. Chairs or walls may be used for balance assistance.
How much does it cost?
Yoga Core classes are free, just be sure to register in advance.
When are Yoga Core classes?
Classes are on Tuesdays at noon CDT. You must register for the series in advance and can sign up at this link: Register for Yoga Core. If you can’t join live, sessions will be recorded and available on the Monona Terrace website so you can take classes at your convenience. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information (link and password) about joining the webinar series.
Is Yoga Core for beginners?
Classes are designed for all skill levels and offer move variations to accommodate all skill levels. So yes, you got this! These yoga classes are perfect for anyone at any age or ability. Participants will need to be able to get up and down off the floor. Chairs or walls may be used for balance assistance.
What do I need for class?
Yoga Core will utilize mostly body weight and tries to keep extra accessories at a minimum so most or all people can participate. Most importantly, if you bring a good attitude and maybe a friend or two you’ll have what you need! The other following equipment is recommended but not mandatory.
· Comfortable clothes you can move in (even casual work attire can be worn!)
· Yoga mat, beach towel or blanket
· Chair (for stability)
Who are the instructors?
The instructors are provided by the Group Health Cooperative of South Central, WI, a non-profit, member-owned health plan that provides high-quality health services around Dane County.
Techniques taught in this class will allow you to enhance your balance and stability and prevent falls and injuries as we age.