Yoga Classes with Linda Oelschlaeger
Linda Oelschlaeger, E-RYT 500, is a certified Anusara yoga teacher and a certified Kripalu yoga teacher. She is a student of John Friend (www.johnfriend.com), founder of Anusara Yoga and now co-founder of Sridaiva Yoga. Linda has been teaching yoga 14 years. Her classes are fun, challenging, and based on optimal alignment principles. Formerly a preschool director, she holds an MS degree in Family & Child Development.
Classes and Happenings
Anusara/Sridaiva Yoga Classes:
Monday: 9:30-11AM Mixed Level class at Lake Pointe Hall in Col. Francis Beatty Park
Monday: 6:30-8PM Mixed Level class at Lake Pointe Hall in Col. Francis Beatty Park
Tuesday: 9:30-11AM Yoga Basics class at Lake Pointe Hall in Col Francis Beatty Park
Wednesday: 9:30-11AM Yoga Basics class at Matthews Community Center
Thursday: 9:30-11AM Mixed Level class at Matthews Community Center
Please bring a yoga mat and a blanket to class.
The last week of each session we practice Sridaiva Yoga's Earth sequence.
Beginning May 12 all classes will be at Matthews Community Center and the Monday night class will move to Wednesday night.
Monday: 11:30-12:30PM Hike the trails at Col. Francis Beatty Park after class
Tuesday: 11:30-12:30PM Hike the trails at Col. Francis Beatty Park after class
Thursday: 11:30-1:00PM Walk Four-Mile Creek Greenway at Matthews Community Center after class
Eight- to nine-week sessions are held ongoing throughout the year. The current session runs March 17-May 8. The following session will be May 12-July 10 with no class Memorial Day, May 26.
Cost and Registration
Cost of the next session at Matthews Community Center for the Monday class will be $80 for Matthews residents and $85 for non-residents. Cost of the next session at Matthews Community Center for the Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday classes will be $90 for Matthews residents and $95 for non-residents. Register for classes at the Community Center, phone 704-321-7275, or register online at www.matthewsfun.org under Community Center Classes.
Drop-ins are available at a cost of $15.
Photo by Jeff Cravotta.