Yoga Classes at OCHO
Learn more about our classes and teachers below
Weekly Schedule, Winter 2017 - 2018 Download HERE
Most of our classes are flow style, encouraging the pairing of breath and movement. Each person is guided to work within their range of motion and body’s abilities.
Tuesday morning, 9 - 10:30 am
Flow and Restore, all levels - Explores foundational poses to facilitate greater mobility and increases awareness of breath and body connection.
Thursday morning, 9 - 10:30 am
Gentle Basic Yoga - for those just beginning a practice, or coming back after a long hiatus, this class is perfect, and also right for those who may have some limited mobility. We use lots of props and take our time. All the benefits, gentle pace.
Thursday Evening, 5:30 - 7 pm
Half Flow / Half Yin, all levels - Find balance and strength in an energizing flow, and close with a grounding practice to restore and cool. Follow the breath.
Saturday morning, 10 - 11:30 am
Flow, all levels - A gentle start, this practice explores strength building and alignment, and keeps breath and body tuned to each other. Come as you are! Set the tone.
Cost: $40 for a 4-class punch card, $96 for a 12-class punch card (card options paid in full at the time of purchase), $12 pay-per-class (drop-in)
Materials: We have some mats, blankets, blocks, bolsters and straps; you are welcome to bring your own.
Materials: We have blankets, blocks, straps, bolsters and some mats; you are welcome to bring your own.
Pricing: drop-in $12 / 4-class pass $40 / 12-class pass $96
If you haven't had the chance to come to yoga yet, we'd like to offer you your first class for free.
In outreach news, Meghan has been teaching yoga at Questa Junior and Senior High! And now at OCHO, all our regular yoga classes are free for junior and senior high school students to attend (ages 13-17). Download the yoga release form HERE.
We want to offer classes that people want and need. Please give us your feedback and suggestions.
Yoga Contact: 575-224-2102 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: OCHO #8 State Hwy 38, Questa, NM
Meghan Mason says, “I am committed to meeting you where you are in life and your yoga practice. Through breath and movement we reach out to bigger possibilities inside ourselves. The poses that inspire me most are warrior poses.” She completed a 300-hour teacher training in Orlando, Florida at Warrior One, and is also a Certified Personal Trainer, is CPR certified, completed Connection Coalition Trauma Informed Outreach Training, and Y12SR training series (Sober Yoga/Relapse Prevention and Leadership Training).
Gaea McGahee began practicing yoga 20 years ago in southern NM, her original home. She migrated to northern NM in 2011 and has a deep love for this place and community. She completed a 200-hour teacher training at Aura Fitness in Taos in May 2016 and completed the Y12SR Leadership Training fall 2017. She likes this way of thinking about yoga, offered by Barron Baptiste, as the unending process of refinement.