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Family Yoga

Relax, unwind and celebrate your weekend with your kiddos. Join us every third Friday of the month for a 75 minute family yoga class taught by Natalie Page.

Who: All ages and abilities welcome.
When: Third Friday of the Month from 6:00-7:15pm
Where: Juniper Yoga, main room
Price: $7 per adult and $3 per child

Kids Yoga

Kids Yoga is postponed until the fall.

Family and Kids Yoga Instructor Bios

 

Natalie Page

Juniper Yoga Natalie PageHello my name is Natalie Page I am a Wife, Mother, Sister, Writer, Mixed Media Artist and a Kids Yoga Instructor. Before webecame a family my husband and I traveled to Taiwan and Guatemala and taught English. While traveling I became extremely ill and was later diagnosed with fibromyalgia after becoming a mom. It was through Art and Yoga that I was able to transcend the struggles and stress from living with chronic pain and disease. I have a very strong passion for the creative process. Through many of life’s major experiences and struggles, the creative process has given me courage and the ability to navigate through hardship.   I now facilitate Kid and Family Yoga, encouraging creativity and personal expression as part of Life’s Journey. I am especially passionate about sharing these techniques and tools with youth so they have a foundation to call upon throughout life.  I love the atmosphere of play while learning that takes place during kids and family yoga time it is pure joy to watch and be a part of.  I look forward to meeting you and your family.

Amy Amoroso

Amy Amoroso took her first yoga class in 1996 at age 23 from Yogi Shanti Desai in Ocean City, New Jersey, at the Shanti Yoga Institute and immediately fell in love with yoga. Amy moved to Oregon in 2004, continuing classes at studios and retreats. In 2008, after 12 years of practicing yoga, Amy spent a month in Rishikesh, India and completed a 200-hour Ashtanga Vinyasa teacher training with the Inland College of Yoga, and received a second certification from the Purab Paschim Institute of Indian Culture and Philosophy. Amy has taught at studios, YMCAs and community college. She has expanded her education to bhakti yoga, kundalini, and many other forms and genres of yoga practice. She enjoys adapting postures and practice for teaching non-traditional students. Amy is the mother of an eight year old son and is excited to share her practice with children.