Ashlie (RYT-200) found power yoga shortly after Community Soul Yoga opened, and was instantly drawn to the empowering and invigorating practice! As she committed to her home practice, she fell in love, embracing the mindful and self-aware side of yoga as well as the physical asana. She recently trained and became 200-hour certified through CSY. Making the shift from student to teacher has allowed Ashlie to share her passion and knowledge of yoga in a bigger way. She loves the yoga community in the Central-Wisconsin area and hopes to bring inspiration from her home practice into the lives of students by guiding them in a powerful yoga flow that combines intuitive movement, breath, and a gratifying focus on living in the present moment. Ashlie believes that authenticity is essential to living a holistic lifestyle, and shares her experiences with teaching yoga and her practice on and off the mat. http://ashliezeidleryoga.com
Ashlie Zeidler instructs the following:
Long, Slow, Deep
Long, slow and deep stretches will take your body to the next level of release, and will help you find balance, stability and flexibility. The entire class involves holding seated postures for 3-5 minutes, releasing muscle tension.
This vinyasa-style yoga class is designed for those looking to learn, or return to, the foundations of yoga postures (asanas), alignment, breathing, and technique. Classes build heat, endurance, flexibility, and strength in a supportive environment, encouraging the link between mindful body movement and the breath. Appropriate for beginners as well as those with an ongoing practice. No yoga experience necessary.
Slow Flow is for students looking to experience their yoga practice at a slower pace. Deep breathing during a slow and mindful warm-up will prepare the body and the mind for longer holding postures that cover the entire body. This class focuses on using the breath to support the body through a series of postures that strengthen all of the major muscle groups. This yoga class is soft and smooth but always challenging.