***This class is held at Sierra Shanti Yoga in Bishop*** (just around the corner from Great Basin Bakery)
Join me for an in-depth discussion on the shoulder, it’s anatomy, the way it moves, and how to address common non-optimal alignment issues. Afterward I will teach Sierra’s Shanti’s regular “Yoga for Climbers” class from 5:30-6:45, incorporating some of my favorite tools for shoulder health. This is a $5 community class, and it’s absolutely appropriate for any yogi, not just climbers. If you’re not interested in, or can’t stay for the yoga class, no biggie, you can just come to the workshop and take some tools and movements home with you to practice on your own…..even while in your office chair!
Pre-registration is required, so please…call or text (760-920-1373), email (email@example.com), or better yet, –>click here to sign up and save your space!
***This class is held at Sierra Shanti Yoga in Bishop***
Our instructor, Autumn, was born and raised in Bishop, CA., began dancing at the age of 4, and was a part of the HSMS Drill Team and Dance Team. in High School she joined the BUHS dance team where they performed up to the national level. she studied dance at Sonoma State University, then transferred to Boise State where she studied ballet, modern and jazz. After her studies, Autumn returned to Bishop, taught classes at Snowcreek Athletic Club, and now is teaching children’s classes at Flowmotion Pilates!
Creative Movement Ages 3-7 Saturdays 1:00pm
This is the perfect class for your young dancers. We focus on creative movement which builds on the necessary gross motor skills needed for primary dance instruction. We use fun, upbeat music to learn basic skills like hopping, skipping, jumping, galloping, and balance coordination. Students will engage in dramatic music movement and learn introductory ballet steps. These include plies, tendu, releve, arabesque, the five positions of the feet, and other introductory dance steps. Creative movement increases mental and physical development and creativity. Dress code: Black Leotard, pink tights, ballet shoes, elastic skirts (optional), and hair pulled back off of face.
Ballet Age 7+ Saturdays 2:00pm
Ballet is the backbone to all forms of dance and is a must for the serious dancer. Dancers will learn classical ballet positions and technique. Serious instruction, with heavy emphasis on technique begins around the age of eight. Barre exercises are of primary concern in the early stages of training so dancers become aware of their center (balance). Dancers eventually work into centre floor exercises and learn classical steps and movements. Dancers will improve their choreography and performance skills. Dress code: Black leotard, pink tights, ballet shoes, skirts (optional), and hair pulled back off of face.
Jazz/Hip Hop Ages 7-12 Saturdays 3:00pm
Jazz lays the groundwork for technique in upbeat dancing. Students will learn a variety of dance combinations, jumps and turns. This class is a must for students wanting to learn the fundamentals of classic jazz technique. The music selection ranges from popular top 40 hits of various decades combined with Hip Hop. Dancers will Learn the latest new moves like seen on MTV, current music videos, and L.A.’s coolest street style dance. Hip-Hop is the newest trend in dance. Students will learn what it takes to make basic dance moves look hip and funky as they move to upbeat techno mixes with strong base. Dress code: Comfortable pants (jazz pants, or warm-ups), dance Sneakers (NO STREET SHOES), and hair pulled back off of face.
Signing up for Class
Classes will be on-going, every Saturday. You can pay per class ($15) or with an “electronic punch card” through our online system (5 classes = $68, 10 classes = $125). You can also sign up in advance for as many or as few as you like. You can login to the system at anytime to sign up or remove your child from class. Any class cancellations will be posted online and on the facebook page. When you come to class at the studio, please make sure to physically sign-in each time. Don’t hesitate to email, text, or call with questions! Also, if you just don’t do the computer, just get in touch to sign up and you can bring a check to the studio.
To sign your child up for class, click the blue “Sign up for a class” link at the top left of this page. Make sure to select the correct date/s.
Contact Jessi with questions regarding using the online system:
firstname.lastname@example.org – 760-920-1373
Contact Autumn with questions regarding the classes:
email@example.com – 760-258-6532
ABOUT THE TEACHER: MELISSA BUEHLER
Melissa is completing her second year in a Physical Therapy Program at East Tennessee State University and is a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT-200) by Yoga Alliance. She completed her training at Asheville Yoga Center which provides a well-rounded education in Hatha Yoga Styles. Bringing together knowledge from her yoga practice and physical therapy education, she presents this informative series on “Yoga for Injuries” to FlowMotion Pilates Studio in Bishop. Feel free to contact her with any questions on the series or if you want to know whether or not your injury is appropriate for this yoga class.
To sign up and save your space –>click here
Upcoming Pilates cancellations:
Saturday 5/28 All Classes for Mule Days
Monday 5/30 Afternoon classes for Memorial Day
Friday 6/3 Afternoon classes for Continuing Education
Saturday 6/4 All Classes for Continuing Education
Core Barre with Annette
Annette’s classes on Mondays at 10:00 and Thursdays at 5:30 are now covered by your Pilates punch card or membership, so sign up and give it a try!
HEALING THROUGH MOVEMENT
Back and joint pain sufferers often experience a Catch-22—movement is essential to healing, but movement hurts; it is easy to get stuck in a pain, fear of movement cycle. In your Back & Joint Therapy session you will learn gentle safe movements that can break the cycle, help you recover and prevent future re-injury. This includes spinal and joint stabilization, optimal biomechanics in movement, and improved proprioception and awareness.
Please contact Jessi to schedule a private session:
Tuesday, March 22nd 7:00-8:00pm $15 with Jose Pizana (559-802-0598)
To sign up for the workshop –>click here!
Do Your Feet Ache? Do You Have Poor Balance or Ankle Instability?
Then Don’t Miss This Workshop! Space is limited –->click here to sign up!
When: Saturday, March 19th, 9am-1pm
Cost: early bird till March 7th – $40; after – $50
In this workshop we will explore the anatomy and biomechanics of the foot/ankle complex. Prevention and management of common dysfunctions will be covered, including: plantar fasciitis (heel pain), bunions, flat feet, hammer toes, neuromas, ankle instability, ankle stiffness, etc. You will learn a self-corrective program that is adaptable to your individual needs, establishing movement patterns which promote healing and prevent injuries.
Rehabilitative Movement Specialist Margy Verba has been in practice for 20 years with certifications in Rehabilitative Pilates, NeuroKinetic Therapy®, 3D Anatomy in Motion, Fascial Fitness, and massage. She has extensive training in, and has been successfully working with foot/gait dysfunction and pain for many years. Her clients range from people in chronic pain to Olympic athletes.