with Thara Srinivasan & Dalia Nazryan
Saturday, July 22, 2–4pm | $45/one adult & one child + $10/each additional person
Spend the afternoon exploring movement and breathing in a fun, supportive and easygoing space. We’ll learn some basic seated, standing, and upside down poses all together, with time to break out into groups and partners for extra play or relaxation and refinement. Handouts with pictures will be available to bring home for further practice. All ages welcome. No yoga experience is necessary.
Thara Srinivasan, PhD, is a graduate of The Yoga Room’s Advanced Studies Program and has been teaching classes and workshops since 2011. Yoga has been a strong tradition in her family for generations. She learned pranayama (yoga breathwork) and meditation from her grandfather, a lifelong yogi, and viniyoga (a style of yoga movement with the breath) from her father, a student of T.K.V. Desikachar. By incorporating these elements into her teaching, Thara offers classes to revitalize the body and mind, bringing poses to life for students of all levels. With deep experience using yoga therapeutically, Thara is dedicated to creating a safe environment for a joyful practice.
Dalia Nazryan’s work is rooted in a commitment to help people find greater freedom, balance, and integration in their bodies and lives. Her classes are informed by her love of movement and her fascination with anatomy, breath, healing, and consciousness. She is a graduate of The Yoga Room’s Advanced Studies Program and a heart-centered bodyworker and craniosacral therapist. She has taught yoga, meditation and anatomy to children and adults in a variety of studio, school, and outreach settings, bringing passion, depth, curiosity and attentiveness to her classes.