Maria Peters began her yoga journey on the beaches of Baja in 1997. She is an avid cyclist, and general outdoor enthusiast. She teaches adaptive skiing in the winters in Telluride. She is an active volunteer with several adaptive recreation organizations. She is a mother, holds a nursing degree, and is a passionate advocate for individuals with disabilities. She completed her RYT 200 hour training with Yoga Vinyassa in Grand Junction in 2014. She is a believer in the myriad health benefits yoga provides. Particularly in injury prevention to athletes, meditation through movement and in stress reduction.
Beginner Flow Class
Tuesdays 9am – 10am
Maria will be teaching a Beginner Flow class. Her emphasis will be on encouraging Body and Breath awareness through gentle connection of Sun Salutations and basic poses. Music is used to help guide and relax the body and mind and help find rhythm and connectedness. The class will be slow paced and simple to encourage learning. Beginners to Yoga are welcome.
Terry Catlin has been dancing and teaching belly dance for over 20 years and for the last 15 years she has been leading Women's Tribal Fusion. With extensive training in cabaret, tribal fusion and other belly dance disciplines, she blends styles into a form of sacred women's dance...
Leslie McClintock is new to the area from the West Coast. She has been practicing in the Thich Nhat Hahn tradition for 11 years and other traditions for several years before that. She has spent many weeks at the Deer Park monastery in CA and Plum Village in France studying this tradition and practicing with monks and nuns.
Heather Surman first stepped onto the mat as a student 7 years ago and her relationship with yoga has evolved to become an essential part of her daily life. She was grateful for the opportunity to study Shambhava yoga at the Shoshoni Ashram in Rollingsville, CO, receiving her 200 hr teaching certification in 2014.