SESSIONS IN NICE, FRANCE
GAYLE OLSON. . . Teaching yoga since 1992 and author of The Yoga & Fitness Guide For Women, Gayle is a passionate and compassionate teacher who offers a unique yoga experience of intensive hands-on Vinyasa–Adjustments–Massage during a slow flow blend of Ashtanga Vinaysa, Iyengar and Hatha traditions. Her specialities are alignment, Back and Hip-Care Yoga, and Yoga-Pilates.
Gayle embodies a natural ease and joy that makes her teaching and presenting style accessible to people who are new to the world of yoga. She invites students to explore their body with a sense of wonder and deep respect.
ONE-ON-ONE SESSIONS IN THE COTE D’AZUR
- Brand new beginner? Learn the basics of alignment, breath and meditation
- Seasoned students…. deepen your practice and receive hands-on adjustments
- Strengthen your core with Yoga–Pilates
- Address injuries and develop a tailored daily practice, or a programs for Back or Hip Care
- Relax and meditate
GROUP SESSIONS IN NICE
Gayle is currently traveling; public classes will resume in spring.
LOCATION: Art-Yoga Studio in Nice, at 4 Rue Massena, 2nd floor. Beautifully renovated new studio on the Zone Pietonne. (www.yoga-nice.com)
VARIETY OF CLASSES GAYLE ENJOYS OFFERING
Vinyasa Yoga — dynamic practice to build strength, flexibility & mindfulness, based on the ashtanga vinyasa, but slowed down to focus on alignment & meditation.
Yoga-Pilates — a combo class of yoga stretches and pilates mat work to strengthen abs, core and “derrière.” Fun, upbeat and accessible to all levels.
Gentle Yoga — gentle. . . but not too gentle that you don’t feel it! A practice for back & hip-care, flexibility, strength, balance, breath and relaxation.
Back & Hip Care Yoga — stretching, strengthening and alignment for people with sensitive or injured backs or hips.
Mindfulness Meditation — learn to meditate using the simple and natural focus of your breath and sensations. Mindfulness is incorporated into all classes, helping to establish a foundation of awareness and presence for all breath and movement to flow from.
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