YOGA ON THE BEACH -
Efrat yoga at the WAVE
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1. FREE  YOGA ON THE BEACH 
South of  M.B. Pier
Monday JUNE  8 6:30 to 7:30 pm 
Registration is a must @ 6 pm.
2Yoga workshops for teachers  
Parras Middle school -
on June 1st3:15 pm.
Adams Middle School -
on June 9th @ 3:15 pm.
3. Coming  soon  Tuesdays 
evening classes ...

          Happy spring!



We are adding a new evening  in Manhattan Beach  for your convenience 

1Thursday @ 5:30 pm.
8 classes for $59 at Mira Costa High School cafeteria.

2Monday and Wednesday  
@ 6:00 pm. 22 classes for $119              
at  Redondo Beach High School dance room.

Register - South Bay Adult School   310.937.3340 x 3308

3Restorative yoga  "Just like going to the Spa"
Every Saturday8:45am
Clink here to find out what Restorative Yoga can do for you.
4Gentle Hatha yoga 
Every Tuesday at 8:50 am

Both classes are offered at Beach cities Health Cities
514 N. Prospect Avenue, Redondo Beach, CA 90277
310. 374.3426

5Cancer Support Community yoga class
Thursdays @ 10:00 am
 109 West Torrance Boulevard  Redondo Beach, California, 90277
310.376.3550   
 

For scheduling classes, parties, and private sessions contact 
Efrat at 310 404 6464  or doyogaonthebeach@gmail.com
 
My motto is ‘Yoga is Loving‘
 

I always promote the following ideas: 
 * If you can breathe – you can do yoga! 
* Yoga is meditation in motion.

I believe Yoga teaches us acceptance and compassion for ourselves and others.

We use our most important tool, our breath, to get to a place of calmness inside us.

Yoga gives us time to 'look inside' ourselves instead of projecting energy and efforts on external matters, like competition or judgments.


Yoga guides us to 'be in the moment' accepting things exactly the way they areeven with imperfections.
Through Yoga practice we also reconnect with our bodies,
giving us the opportunity to recognize our strengths, but more importantly,
lovingly accepting our limitations.  


Because of my personal views of  Yoga, and my desire to have yoga accessible to all;  I offer many modifications to the asanas, encourage students to ‘listen to their own body’ and choose the level of challenge that works for them the best at the given moment.


It is important to me that people who are not comfortable in competitive, high-pressure environments - whether they are physically limited or not - can find a safe place in my classes.
 
 
Therefore, I enjoy teaching the calming"Candlelight Yoga" as well as teaching "Plus Sized Yoga" and ,"Yoga with a Chair" classes. 
I have also volunteered for the last three years at the 'Cancer Support Community' in R.B., teaching yoga to cancer patients and their families.
 



 
NAMASTE 
Efrat
310 404 6464
doyogaonthebeach@gmail.com
 
 
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