Guest teacher: Allison Terracio on Sun. 3/25

4yoga is delighted to welcome Allison Terracio as a guest teacher for a pair of classes on Sun., March 25.  In addition to the usual 4:30 p.m. basics class, Allison will offer an advanced class at 2:00 p.m.  Many thanks to Kathy Wise-Leonard for providing extra studio time for the second class.

A Todd County native, Allison has been teaching yoga since 2005 and previously owned Infinite Bliss Yoga Studio in Louisville.  Now residing in Brooklyn, Allison will be back in our region for a visit, and we are delighted that she will be offering these two classes at 4yoga. The fee for each class is the regular $5 class fee.  Allison is trained in the Anusara style of yoga, and you can learn more about her from this bio.  We hope many of you are able to join us for one of these opportunities to learn from a guest teacher.

  • 2:00–3:30 p.m.:  Advanced.  This class is designed for yoga teachers and advanced practitioners.  It will offer inversions, hand balances, and backbends and may include more focus on philosophical ideas.  Allison notes that she follows Douglas Brooks and Rajanaka Yoga and tells the stories as viewed from that lens.
  • 4:30–5:40 p.m.:  Basics.  This class is designed for students who already attend basics classes.  It will introduce the alignment principles as they are applied to the fundamental poses and will connect to the core, to relate to the March 4yoga focus.

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1 Response to Guest teacher: Allison Terracio on Sun. 3/25

  1. 4yoga says:

    I enjoyed practicing with the Ansura principles to get deeper into poses today. It was a joy to meet Allison and have her to share her practice with us! I am grateful for our Bowling Green yoga community. Erica

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