“I will love the light, for it shows me the way, yet I will endure the darkness because it shows me the stars.”
~ Og Mandino
- Yoga is a physical practice accessible to everyone.
- Vinyasa is a more athletic style of yoga.
- Nothing is mandatory.
- Nothing is expected. Start by getting on your mat.
- Wear something comfortable. Cotton can become heavy when wet. Baggy tope get in the way.
- An empty stomach is most comfortable for practice.
- Hydrate well throughout your day.
- The room is kept warm but not hot.
- There are yoga mats free to borrow. Having your own is cleaner.
- There are props available-blocks, straps, bolsters and blankets.
- Classes are designed to be accessible to everyone, beginners and intermediate students all practice together.
- Arriving 5-10 minutes early is easier for everyone.
- If you have a question please ask. We are here to help you improve your practice.
|Tuesday||7:30-8:30am||Sore and Stiff|
|Wednesday||7:30-8:30am||Sore and Stiff||9-10:30am||Flow|
|Friday||7:30-8:30am||Sore and Stiff||9-10:30am||Flow|
Our mission at Wild Wings Yoga is to make yoga available to all members of our community turning no one away. If you cannot meet the class fee, please talk to your teacher to discuss our donation-base class or a way to trade yoga for service.
Tracy Black, RYTE 200
Tracy started practicing yoga to manage back pain. While practicing Ashtanga with Jo Kirsch, the opportunity to teach presented itself and the journey began. Teaching since 2004, Ashtanga to vinyasa flow. Teacher trainings with Kathy McNames and Tasha Judson. Under the influence of Seane Corn and Desiree Rambaugh, her approach to teaching yoga combines a focus on alignment with the freedom and creativity of vinyasa flow. She sees yoga as a path to self-discovery and hopes to provide a safe space and a practice that allows students to explore their own path through breath awareness and mindfulness. Expect a moving class with and emphasis on breath work.