Amy McVickers – Yoga Teacher ERYT500PT, M.Ed., AT Physical Therapist

Amy received Yoga of the Heart, Cardiac and Cancer Certification Training with Nischala Joy Devi, and became certified in teaching yoga to people living with heart disease, cancer, and other health impairments. She received certification training in chair yoga, through The Art and Science of Teaching Chair Yoga. She is inspired by the health benefits of Yoga practices and gains great strength in the remembrance of caring and honoring oneself that is rooted deep within its philosophy.

Amy McVickers

Class Schedule

MONDAY

9:00 – 10:00 am Chair Yoga
Gentle movement with chair assist.

10:30 – 11:45 am Gentle Yoga
On the mat using props and bolsters.

FRIDAY

9:00 – 10:00 am Chair Yoga
Gentle movement with chair assist.

Classes Offered

CHAIR YOGA

Chair Yoga has been established to support student safety, and is intended for individuals who prefer to begin their practice in a chair, or have balance or mobility challenges impacting access to the floor. Chair Yoga is for individuals benefiting from activity to build their endurance and enhance their overall health and well-being.

RESTORATIVE YOGA

A Restful Practice for Busy Bodies and Minds Restorative yoga practices promote active relaxation with supported poses – allowing our body, heart, and mind to transition to a space of calm and quiet. No yoga experience needed for this deeply relaxing practice.

GUIDED MEDITATION, YOGA NIDRA

Guided meditations support you in finding calm and a peaceful state, assisting with relaxing the physical body, lengthening the breath, and quieting the mind.

GENTLE YOGA

A gentle class established for new and experienced yogi’s alike. Hatha yoga practices will include physical poses and postures, pranayama or breathing practices, focused concentration for meditation; deep relaxation and yoga nidra.

KIDS AND TEENS YOGA

A fun and interactive class introducing the building blocks of yoga principles.

YOGA FOR A HEALTHY HEART

Supporting individuals returning from illness or recent medical events and provides a safe, accessible method of yoga practices. Small series workshop.