Please wear comfortable clothing, arrive to class on time, come with an empty belly, and no heavy scents or cell phones. Thanks!
Develop energy, core strength and flexibility through stretching, breathing and postures.
Greet the day and your body and mind with this combination of stretching, strengthening, and balancing poses connected to your breathing in both flowing and holding sequences.
Develop a strong, steady body and a strong, steady mind in this class combining stretching, breathing and postures followed by a meditation practice.
35 minutes of Vinyasa/Flow yoga to cleanse, recharge and invigorate your body. Followed by 35 minutes of yin yoga to calm the mind and activate the subtle body.
Take time out of your busy life to relax and rejuvenate. Learn techniques to restore your body and mind to physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual health.
Focuses on connective tissue through long holds, supported by props on the ground, working with the joints, tendons and ligaments.
Margaret Strom, E-RYT 200, is nationally certified and the owner/director of Mountain Moon Yoga. After more than 23 years of yoga practice and teaching, I am still in awe of its transformative possibilities. Yoga has the capacity to change our self, our day, and how we relate to the world. It teaches us love and respect for our self, those around us and the environment. Yoga enriches my life every day - the more I study, the more I want to learn. The more I learn, the more I want to teach others - sharing this gift of living a happy, healthy life. I thank all of my past, present and future teachers for helping me spread the light. Namaste’
Sudi Newcomer enjoys an active, high altitude life living in the Fraser Valley over 20 years. She is a yoga teacher, a ski guide, seeker of knowledge and mother of 2 daughters. Sudi started practicing yoga as a small child, growing up with hippie parents, it was a family affair. Later in life, she reconnected to the benefits of helping navigate through joyful and difficult times. She completed her 200 hour teacher training at Earth Yoga in Boulder, CO and is working towards her 300 hour certification. Sudi believes that yoga is for EVERY BODY… and everybody. She guides her students towards understanding the emotional, spiritual and physical benefits of yoga. Sudi's students enjoy her open, vulnerable, inclusive and funny instruction. She teaches with an open mind and heart.
Cathy Franzese found Yoga in 2009 while studying Sociology at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Her fascination with the ancient teachings and its ability to quiet the mind, increase awareness and reveal our inner wisdom inspired her to pursue a 200hr YTTC in Guatemala with School Yoga Institute. It was there, on the shores of Lake Atitlan, that her dedication to the practice and a desire to share its gift had been ignited. Since then, she traveled to India for 3 months of intensive studies in Yoga Therapy and the Iyengar method with Sharat Aurora and Usha Devi. Their teachings have shown her the path to finding freedom in the subtle body by practicing proper physical alignment and by understanding the delicate balance between effort and ease in each asana. She teaches an Iyengar-inspired Vinyasa flow, encouraging students to be present, to accept where they are in the practice and to observe without judgment. The journey of self-discovery through yoga is a gift, a life-long practice, and she is honored to share this gift with others.
Lisa Bornfriend, RYT first experienced yoga for college credit and quickly discovered the benefits in both the mind and body. It has helped her deal with stress, find her breath, quiet her mind, and strengthen her body. Attending Margaret’s yoga classes since 2008, Lisa jumped at the opportunity to earn her 200 hour Yoga Teacher Training Certification at Mountain Moon Yoga in 2015. Regular yoga practice has helped her connect with her breath, mind and body on and off the mat, and has inspired her to help others do the same.
Krysty Bosse, RYT has been teaching yoga for 6+ years and holds certificates in Hatha Yoga, Hot Yoga, Yoga Therapy and Personal Nutrition in addition to a Bachelor of Arts in Music Composition and Performance. In an effort to balance a fun yet healthy lifestyle, she discovered yoga 12 years ago and loves it even more now than ever before. She believes that every person’s body, no matter size/shape/ability, can benefit from practicing yoga and eating healthfully. Formerly based in New York City, Santa Fe, Nashville and Denver, she is quite pleased to now call the Fraser Valley home.