Las Vegas, Nevada
Stephanie teaches with close attention to alignment, guiding her students with compassion and humor so that they can gain knowledge, awareness and understanding of themselves through their practice.
CLASSES AT PURE
Basics, Restorative, Slow Flow, Meditation
EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONS
3 Years, 300-Hour Teacher Certification, Restorative Yoga, Therapeutic Yoga, Dance
Jody Rufty, Sarah Bell, Paula Lynch-Liberis
Stephanie Ervin instructs the following:
Slow Flow Meditation (1/2)
Take it slow with this gentle, but deep approach to Vinyasa yoga. This practice links poses to breath to reveal body awareness, inner strength, and easeful opening. The later part of class includes a guided meditation for the ultimate yoga experience.
Vinyasa is characterized by flowing poses and sequences that are linked to the breath. This class is diverse and sequencing will vary with instructor philosophy and in general is a vigorous, more athletic approach to yoga.
Slow Flow Yoga (1/2)
Take it slow with this gentle, but deep approach to Vinyasa yoga. This practice links poses to breath to reveal body awareness, inner strength, and easeful opening.
Flow & Restore
Flow & Restore stretches and strengthens the body, allowing body and mind to relax deeply in supported restorative shapes. The first 15 minutes are an easy warm up of the major joints and muscles to move the flow of blood and prepare the practitioner for rest. The majority of the class focuses on Restorative poses done with bolsters and blankets that enhance the slow "flow" at the beginning. This is a simple approach to gentle restorative movement that reboots the parasympathetic nervous system and eases the mind.
Yin Yoga (Open)
Yin yoga is characterized by poses supported by props (blanket, block, bolster). To differentiate it from a restorative class, yin will get deep into the soft tissue of the body. It's less restful, and geared more towards a functional release of deep muscle tissue.