Yoga with Corina

In Person and Online


Corina teaches in the Viniyoga tradition which uses the full spectrum of yoga tools (poses, breath, sound, meditation, etc... to serve unique needs of the individual.


Classes are accommodating to a large variety of people and designed so students learn about their own bodies and minds and how the tools of yoga can serve them. 

In group classes, there may be a focus on structual needs of the body like stability, mobility or strength in the hips, low back, shoulders, etc...


Classes may also focus on physiology such as improving breath capacity, soothing or stimulating digestion, strengthening the immune system, etc.


And, sometimes, depending on what is going on in the world, classes focus on calming agitated thoughts and stress relief or celebrating and connecting to a sense of community.




Wednesdays - 9:30 - 11:00am

Stone Creek Zen Center - Graton


Saturdays - 10:30 - 12:00pm

Sebastopol Community Cultural Center - Youth Annex


Monthly Series:

When possible, I like to offer a monthly series

where you can experience the cummulative effect

of going deeper in a particular subject.


4 classes Wednesday or Saturday

Written sample practice

Videos Recordings of Classes


January - Whole Body Tune-Up

February - Building Breath Capacity

March - Strong Bones, Strong Bodies

April - Upper Body: Poised and Strong


Prices:


$20 drop-in

$65 monthly series (when offered)

$136 / 8-class card

(4 month expiration)


For Wednesdays, the Zen Center

has requested you pay online


For Saturday classes:

I can take cash or check or online

through AppleCash or Venmo.


Email me for details


Gift Certificates are available for Classes,

Private Sessions, etc. as well as a sliding scale.











"The 90 min classes are great but the workshop was deeper and more experiential. I loved the one-on-one attention and learning from all the students when Corina worked with them. The workshop was a full body integration. It's an experience." - Bruce


"Even though the workshop seemed "easy," the consistent focus on the breath and movement for over two hours was a surprising workout. I really understood that day that yoga isn't just movement, but attention to movement." - A.


"Thank you for your dana (generosity). My body feels so much better than my previous retreats becasue of you. Many blessings. You are an intuitive and attentive teacher who teaches with love." - David