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Lezlie Ward

Lezlie Ward RYT 500 has been practicing yoga for 23 years and teaching yoga for 13. Lezlie offers a variety of styles of yoga based upon the needs of the student.  Lezlie is known for her knowledge of all the aspects of yoga including meditation, breathwork, and yoga for a therapeutic focus.  Lezlie has a Masters degree in counseling, and brings a focus to the yoga that happens on the inside.



Lezlie Ward instructs the following:
  • Meditation for Busy Minds
  • Everyone can meditate! This class is for everyone who wishes to explore meditation and have personalized support. Beginners and seasoned meditators are welcome. Meditation is a natural human ability and it can feel relaxing, or blissful, surprising or comforting. Meditation is a way of being with yourself that supports your daily life. When we take time to get into a meditative state, we emerge refreshed and with a stronger connection to the things we love. Meditation can feel like your favorite time of the day. Each week will be different, so you will gain the greatest benefit if you can attend consistently. Light movement will be incorporated into each session.

    Recommended Optional Resources: a journal from home, Meditation Made Easy by Lorin Roche Ph.D.

     


  • All Levels Yoga
  • Open to all levels, this practice features flowing movement. Modifications will be offered so that students can tailor the class to meet their specific needs. 

  • Prenatal Yoga
  • Join us for a safe and thoughtfully designed six week series of yoga classes to make pregnancy and labor more comfortable.  Meet and mingle with other expectant mothers and prepare your body and mind for the miracle of birth.  All participants must provide a physician's consent letter prior to the start of the series.

  • Yoga Therapy
  • Yoga Therapy class is Yoga designed to accommodate sore knees, backs, necks, etc. we provide individual attention to adapt each pose to your level. This allows you to participate even if you have not done yoga before or are rehabilitating an injury. This class moves at a slower pace and does not usually get down onto the floor. We use a chair for support and learn how to bring movement and circulation into tender places without aggravating existing sore spots. We have a very relaxing and enjoyable time together.