REGISTRATION IS OPEN!
Affirming community care practices just for LGBTQIA+ folks.
Join via livestream or use the replays! Replays are available in the Queer Care On Demand section; Class reminders + link are emailed out 45 minutes prior to class when you register.
Class is adaptive and alignment based.
Camera on or off, your choice.
60 minutes asana and mindfulness, Option to stay 15 minutes after class for community sharing, questions, and casual connection.
Once you’ve signed up, to register for class or access Replays, login to Queer Care below. Registration for livestream classes is under the “Schedule” tab; Replays are in the “On Demand” tab, click and play style.
THURSDAYS 11:30-12:30 PM MST
Happy Hips: Stability and Release for Hips, Pelvis, SI joint
Neck and Shoulder Care
Back Care Basics
Anxiety and Insomnia Relief: Nervous System Regulation
Easing Depression and Emotional Heaviness
Functional Strength: Embodiment Tools for Inner Power + Clarity
This class series is FREE thanks to a generous grant from the InterMountain Iyengar Yoga Association.
Thank you to your commitment to make the profound benefits of Iyengar Yoga accessible to all!
To help support projects like this and deepen your practice with access to tons of great resources, consider becoming a member of IYNAUS, the Iyengar Yoga National Association of the US, at iynaus.org.
Donations for the class warmly accepted.
100% of donations will support scholarships for the upcoming Queer + Trans Yoga Retreat in Costa Rica,
March 12th-19th 2022.
Donate to Avery direct via Venmo, PayPal, cashapp, etc.
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I’m offered 4 sessions on Tumblr’s platform as part of thier Holiday Blues community care campaign.
Enjoy this recent 15 minute guided Gender Affirming Meditation on youtube any time you need a little self love practice.
“Avery’s voice is very soothing and relaxing. Their knowledge of anatomy, asana and philosophy is very inspiring and I’m learning so much, it’s exciting to feel the changes in my body. I have a lot more energy and less stress.”
Farah (she, her)