Mary Lou Davis

26 & 2 Asana Yoga

Mary Lou

Mary Lou started climbing in the early 1980’s.  After years of crazy sports like racing motorcycles and mountain bikes, climbing and kayaking, her back was “wrecked”. She began practicing yoga about six years ago to try and rehab her injuries. After just a few months she saw dramatic improvement. She became certified to teach “26 and 2” asana hot yoga and also hot Pilates. If you come to her class you can expect not only to work hard, but also work every muscle, tendon, ligament and your internal organs. The type of yoga she teaches will help your back and knees as well open your hips and your shoulders. It is a strengthening and stretching yoga that not only improves your balance, but will also help your climbing.

Stephanie O’Callaghan

Slow Flow + Weekend Warrior Yoga

In Slow Flow, we dive deep into flexibility, elasticity, and plasticity. From slow paced full body stretches of the fascial lines to work on the plasticity and mobility of the joints, this class will open and expand the body in a restorative flowing format. Some yin, restorative, and Yoga Nidra (yogic-sleep) will also be explored. All classes will be unique, yet familiar, leaving you feeling refreshed and ready to conquer your next project!

In Weekend Warrior, we energize and strengthen the body using the breath to bring us a deeper sense of flexibility, mobility, and body control. Throughout this 60 min flow format, we will build heat throughout the body and focus the mind. The class will be accessible to all levels and abilities as we work on both upper and lower body balance and strength. All classes will be unique, yet familiar. All are welcome to this fun and invigorating flow!

Pamela York

26 & 2 Asana Yoga

Pamela teaches the 26 and 2 series. A class for every body, it is a set series of postures and breathing exercises. It will challenge your strength, determination, and concentration. Her hope is to share yoga with the everyday person (those working 9-5 days or shift work, busy parents, stressed executives, those trying to make ends meet), to create a welcoming space for them to embark on their own journey.