Wainwright House Adds Yoga and Movement Trainings and Classes: Ancient Healing Practices
Jul 29, 2016 05:45PM
Wainwright House, which has been a proponent of yoga for more than 40 years and formed WHYTA (Wainwright House Yoga Training Academy) two years ago, is expanding its focus on the ancient healing practice by upgrading the quality and variety of its yoga offerings.
WHYTA hosts authentic yoga and movement classes and trainings taught by the experienced professionals at the Wainwright House, which is located in Rye with a view of Long Island Sound. Through September, free yoga classes will be held on the lawn overlooking Milton Harbor.
Upcoming trainings at Wainright House include a weekend RYT 200-level training taught by Paula Heitzner, Patty Holmes and Susan Wright, and RCYT Children’s Yoga certification classes and a late-August introductory workshop taught by professionals from Yoga Mountain. Weekend workshops in Children’s Yoga, Inversions, Prenatal Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Yoga for Golf and Yin Yoga will be offered in the fall and winter. Yoga classes offered through WHYTA are Ashtanga, Ayurveda, Chair, Jivamukti-Inspired, Kundalini, Prenatal, Restorative, Sivananda Flow and Vinyasa.
Movement trainings include Thomas Myers’s Anatomy Trains, offered by Lauri Nemetz in October. This internationally known workshop is open to all movement specialists, physical therapists, personal trainers, yoga teachers, Pilates teachers and chiropractors. Continuing Education credits are available. Movement classes offered through WHYTA are Tai Chi, Qigong and Tae Kwan Do.