Current Events & Latest Updates
updated on 9/4/2020
Yes, there will be a zoom class on Labor Day, Monday, Sept 7.
I've been zooming yoga classes for 2 1/2 months now and it is helping to keep some of us 'yogalofters' in practice and connected, at least for the time being. Restarting classes at the physical Yoga Loft is still an uncertainty. A decision about that will come toward the end of September.
In the meantime there is one link, highlighted below, that works for all Yoga Loft classes on Zoom:
The Yoga Loft ~ Scheduled Classes
9:00 ~ 10:30 a.m.
Monday Yoga, Wednesday MELT, Saturday Yoga
every week through September.
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 823 7413 6303
(You don't really need a password. The link should let you enter automatically)
Tips on taking yoga classes at home:
Having blocks, a strap and a blanket at home are very useful for yoga class. I would even like yoga students to have other props at home too, to allow us to enhance the practice with myofascial release techniques.
The studio can loan you MELT balls and a roller or help you order those props to own at a discount.
Just ask Chris about it.
MELT balls and a roller are required for MELT.
I usually open the meeting about 8:30. That gives us time to set up and work out technical difficulties. I suggest entering the zoom room at least 10 minutes early to make sure your equipment is delivering the audio and video properly. Audio seems to be the tricky one. There is a window that will pop-up next to the mute button on your zoom screen. It gives you options to test your audio.
Here are the Payment Methods for Online Classes
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If Zoom is not for you:
Try Audio Yoga Lessons at home.
Sun Salutations coming soon.