One thing I love about Rosco's is that it's a non-traditional venue for yoga. I love teaching in unexpected places because a relaxed environment can make yoga more approachable for people. By nature, this type of space is not stuffy, which works well for me because I don't teach a stuffy class. I don't enjoy overly serious classes and settings, so in turn, I teach in a lighthearted way. Inevitably, you will laugh in my classes. It's not planned, but jokes are cracked and moods are lifted. You have a good chance of meeting other participants in my classes as well because I like that sort of thing. We still spend plenty of time "inside" with our breath and in the moment, but we allow for the occasional misstep or the not so graceful cue because it's real. I'm not perfect (despite my journey with perfectionism), and neither are the individuals who show up for class. Together, we create a safe space to be with whatever arises in the moments of class. And, we just might build a little community while we're at it.
Rosco's is great spot between Downtown Colorado Springs and Old Colorado City. My next class is March 13th at 5:30 pm, and I'd love to see some local yogis there. In April I will be teaching twice a month, and this summer, we might even get wild and move outdoors.
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