Slow Flow Yoga in the Garden (March)

Date: Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Time: 6:00PM - 7:00PM

Instructor: Aliza Lederman

Location: Pritzlaff Conservation Center Gallery & Patio

This class will be held in the Gallery in the case of rain.

Online registration closed. Space available. Register at the class.

Member: Free | Non-member: $15

Join Aliza Lederman for a slow-paced approach to vinyasa flow. Class will blend physical postures and deep breathing to create mindful body awareness and inner strength, while improving flexibility and releasing tension. Explore your mind-body connection in a supportive and non-intimidating environment while enjoying the stunning view from the Pritzlaff Conservation Center patio.

Please bring your yoga mat and supplies. This class is accessible to all levels and all body types. If the weather is unfavorable, class will be held inside the Art Gallery.

See below for more opportunities to take Yoga in the Garden.

Parking and Directions: Please park in our main parking lot. From there, you’ll use the Porter Trail to get to the Pritzlaff Conservation Center Patio. The Porter Trail is directly in line with our main entrance and is across Mission Canyon Road. You’ll walk on a gravel trail towards the ocean for about a quarter of a mile, which takes no longer than 5 minutes. The patio is at the back of the PCC facing the ocean.

We are now offering three yoga classes each month!

Slow Flow on the 2nd Wednesday of the month 6-7pm - $15 (Free for members)

Vinyasa Flow on the 4th Wednesday of the month 6-7pm - $15 ($10 for members)

Saturday Morning on the 4th Saturday of the month 8:30-9:30am - $15 ($20 for members)

See our Health & Wellness classes for upcoming dates

Yoga classes are offered March through September.


Image of Aliza Lederman by Phillip Van NostrandAliza Lederman A movement fanatic her entire life, from dance and gymnastics to CrossFit and weightlifting, Aliza discovered yoga after moving to NY in 2005. Trying many different styles of yoga, Aliza ultimately discovered that the flowing connection of movement to breath found in Vinyasa is where she feels most inspired. In 2011 she received her 200 hour yoga teacher training directly under the tutelage of Cyndi Lee at OM Yoga Center in NYC. She moved to Santa Barbara in 2013 and has taught yoga at many of the studios around town and currently teaches at Yoga Soup. In addition to yoga, Aliza is a 7th grade history teacher and loves hiking with her dog.

If you have trouble registering, please contact the Registrar at 805-682-4726 ext. 102

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