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Sandy Eimers ERYT500 C-IAYT

Sandy is a pharmacist and owner of balance yoga lounge and balanced breath school of yoga. In addition to leading group yoga classes, she is available to work with individuals in search of health through the unifying energy of yoga and mind-body healing. Sandy earned the designation of C-IAYT (certified yoga therapist) through the International Assoc of Yoga Therapists in July 2016.


Sandy Eimers ERYT500 C-IAYT instructs the following:
  • Restorative Yoga
  • Restorative yoga offers an opportunity for the body to remember stillness. With the physical body supported using blocks, straps, bolsters and blankets the mind slows and we reconnect with our true nature of relaxation. The practice often includes gentle breath work, aromatherapy, sound vibration, guided imagery, mudra, or yoga nidra.  

  • Mixed Level Hatha Yoga
  • A moderately paced class appropriate for beginner through intermediate students. Our mixed level class incorporates fluid movement as well as attention to alignment and breathing. Modifications permit each student to customize the practice according to their needs.

  • Sound Meditation
  • Struggling to quiet the mind in meditation? You're not alone! Sound has been used in various cultures for thousands of years as a tool for healing and balancing mind and body. Connect to the breath and enjoy the sound of symphonic gong, singing bowls, chimes, drums and ting-sha bells. Relax and receive the vibration or join in the creation of sound.

  • Essential Hatha Yoga
  • Practice basic yoga postures, the art and benefits of breathing, gentle stretching and basic flowing movement. Modification of poses and use of props are encouraged to enhance alignment and energy within asana. Beginners welcome!

  • Warm Therapeutic Vinyasa Yoga
  • Therapeutic slow-flow yoga. Moderate heat softens muscles and untangles knots of tension without interrupting the effortless flow of the breath. Explore the edges of strength, flexibility, balance and endurance through mindful movement and breath.

  • The Overcome Anxiety Clinic
  • When anxiety becomes chronic the protective mechanisms of the nervous system get stuck! This clinic targets the roots of anxiety with tools for self-regulation. Four sessions (5/9, 5/23, 6/6, 6/20) 7-9:30pm. All classes led by Sandy Eimers, pharmacist and certified trauma yoga therapist. Must be available to attend all four sessions to build a foundation for changing habitual patterns of response to stress and anxiety. Registration includes a 75 page printed manual with self-regulation tools, physical postures, breathing exercises, mudra, deep relaxation techniques, affirmations, tools for meditation, nutritional tips, insomnia busters and an introduction to yoga. Maximum ten participants; no yoga experience required.