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with Jodi Simons Caruso
Wednesday, May 24th

Restorative yoga

Investment $25. Space is limited. Restorative Yoga is simply that - restorative. It is the centering of your breath while aligning the physical and mental by practicing stillness. The workshop consists of gentle, passively supported yoga poses held for a period of time for greater rejuvenation of self. Step off the daily wheel of life and rest comfortably in the moment. Quiet, warm, safe environment to let go of stress, negativity, depression, anxiety...or to just reboot your inner flame. All welcome with no prior yoga experience necessary.
***Financial scholarships available for all workshops.
Please contact Jodi Simons-Caruso for information at 585-435-2905
Open Arms Yoga Gift Certificates
Available in any amount. Gift certificates may be used towards workshops, yoga classes, dance classes or guest presenters. To purchase, please contact Jodi Simons Caruso.
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Children's Yoga
Available upon Request:
• Children's Yoga
• Yoga Birthday Parties
• Yoga Wedding Parties
• Private Yoga Classes
• Back Care Classes

Call 585-435-2905 for more information,
or email openarmsyoga@hotmail.com
Please note: Workshops and Special Events described on this page have different pricing and payment structures than regular classes and are not covered by regular class passes.
Wednesday Dance Classes
with Samantha Alger

Classes will be Ballet/Jazz Combo (core foundation for all other dance disciplines) for 5 different age groups (CLICK HERE for Schedule info: times & each age group).

What to Expect: Arrive maybe 5-10 minutes early at most. Warm up + center section + across the floor + practice recital piece + cool down — “We’re moving the whole time!” 

Wear: Moveable, athletic clothing. By October, Miss Sam hopes to have all students wearing more “official” attire, as in leotards, tights & special shoes (which will all be available for purchase through her), as well as putting hair in a bun. Wearing this uniform allows Miss Sam to observe muscles and form better, which helps to minimize risks, and also encourages students to focus on what they’re doing, to get in a mindset to take the study seriously. 

Towards the end of next May, Miss Sam plans to organize a recital in the NCS auditorium, themed with special genres and costumes. 

Among Miss Sam’s Goals: 
- Bring dance education to Naples as a physical recreation alternative to other sports such as basketball and soccer. 
- dance develops a strong, graceful body 
- learn to stand tall, carry self with sense of poise 
- children gain confidence in how they see themselves 
- develops skills for socializing & expressing emotion 

Registrations will be accepted through the end of October. For more information contact Samantha Alger at samanthatalger@yahoo.com.