Yoga on Capitol Avenue
326 S. Capitol Ave
Corydon, IN 47112
2nd & 4th Mondays 5:45pm – 7:00pm Restorative Yoga
Tuesday 9:00am – 10:00am Yoga II *starts May 28th
Tuesdays 6:00 – 7:00 pm Yoga for Healthy Living
Wednesdays 4:00 – 5:00pm Yoga II
Thursdays 6:00 – 7:00 pm Yoga for Healthy Living
Saturdays 9:30 – 10:30 am Flow Yoga
Graylin has been practicing yoga since 2006, starting in Asheville, North Carolina during her college years. What started as a casual activity quickly evolved into a dedicated practice while living abroad. She volunteered at Bristo Yoga School in Edinburgh, Scotland and was introduced to the Ashtanga vinyasa system.
The majority of her study has been in the Ashtanga and vinyasa flow yoga traditions, but after completing her teacher training, she developed a passion and strong appreciation for the Iyengar style. Graylin worked in administration at Castle Hill Yoga in Austin, Texas, studying with instructors such as Jenny Wicke, Selena Pang, Gioconda Parker, and Christina Sell. She holds a graduate degree in Modern & Contemporary Literature and hopes to incorporate her love of the written word into her classes. She is forever grateful for her practice, as it has been a steady companion throughout years of international travel and transition.
In June 2012 she completed 300 hr, Yoga Alliance accredited teacher training program with instruction from Linda Smith at Orbis Yoga in Louisville, KY.
Yoga for Healthy Living: Focused on proper alignment, this class is slow moving and promotes relaxation. Props such as blankets, blocks, & belts are used to strengthen the muscles and increase flexibility. Recommended for both beginners and those with yoga experience.
Flow Yoga: An introduction to yoga for beginners and for those interested in exploring the yogic link between breath and movement. Breath dictates movement in this class, increasing stamina, flexibility, and strength with the aid of props. Recommended for both beginners and those with yoga experience.
Restorative Yoga: Restorative yoga uses lots of props and is focused primarily on relaxation and the therapeutic benefits of yoga. Most postures are on the floor, lying down with blocks, belts, and blankets supporting the body.
Yoga II: Designed to strengthen the entire body and increase flexibility, this class focuses on fine tuning one’s practice by working on fundamentals in combination with more advanced posture/variations. Recommended for those with a solid level of fitness or prior yoga experience.
Minimum age for participants: 15 years
Limited parking available in residential drive. Additional parking available at Harrison County Fairgrounds & Rainbow’s End.
All props provided, but if you wish to bring your own please do so. Comfortable clothes encouraged for optimum relaxation.
This beautiful studio space is surrounded by Leah Porter’s extraordinary garden–prime real estate for relaxation