Classic Hatha: Level I/II


This class is taught by:

Elizabeth Moulder

 
~ Yoga Instructor
 
Elizabeth completed her teacher training in 2006 at Wake Up Yoga after being inspired by teachers and studies in college to delve into eastern philosophy. During her yoga training, she developed an interest in the anatomical and physiological aspects of the practice while furthering her understanding of its philosophy.
 
She has since completed trainings with great teachers, and was certified to teach prenatal yoga in 2007. She continues to frequently study and practice yoga, and maintains a constant fascination with the help of her studies, her students and her teachers.
 

Kate Garza

 
Kate Garza began yoga practice at age 21. Over nearly four decades, she has been both student and teacher of yoga theory and practice. She began teaching in 1999 and became certified in 2001 along with Tricia Fleming in Ashtanga yoga.
 
She continued advanced teacher training with David Swenson and others in the Ashtanga teaching community. In recent years Kate began to combine her yoga studies with QiGong and is an advanced student with Master FaXiang Hou, a 5th generation QiGong practitioner of this ancient healing art. As she personally entered the intersection of Yoga and QiGong, she discovered Energy Medicine Yoga, developed by Lauren Walker in 2017. Her classes combine classic yoga, mindfulness practice and techniques of both QiGong and EM Yoga in a welcoming and lighthearted atmosphere.
 
Kate is a freelance writer and lives with her husband Len, a dog and a cat, with visits from their three kids in college.

Tricia Fleming

 
~ Yoga Instructor 
 
Yoga was a natural progression for Tricia after a life of competitive figure skating followed by studies in Exercise Physiology in college. She has been teaching for 15 years and feels as strongly about yoga today as when she started.  While she loves the physical side of yoga her keen interest lies within the practice of mindfulness and the science behind  it.  Her classes are flow based with a heavy emphasis on the breath-movement connection and the practice of mindfulness while moving.
 
Tricia has studied with Dee Silvers, David Swenson, Manju Jois, David Williams, Seane Corn, Michelle Synnestvedt and John Friend (gasp).
 
When not slaving at the studios she can often be found stressing out her vocal cords on the sidelines of one of her 3 daughters lacrosse games.
 
 

Emily Lambert

 
~ Yoga Instructor
 
Emily Lambert has been practicing yoga since 2003 when she first stepped inside the single Twisters’ studio in Erdenheim. As Twisters has blossomed, so has Emily’s love of yoga, inspiring her to pursue a 200-hour Anusara teacher training at Yogaphoria in New Hope, PA in 2009 and advanced trainings in prenatal and anatomy & therapeutics, as well.
 
Emily aspires to teach alignment-based classes encouraging students to dive deeper into their practice and into their hearts, learning there is always more, both on and off the mat. Please join her.
 
 

Kathleen Schneer

 
Kathleen was introduced to yoga back in 2000 in a Church basement by Tricia Fleming, back where it all began for Twisters, and was totally hooked. Looking to deepen her practice she received her teacher training certifications in Restorative Yoga and Yin Yoga in 2016. She went on to complete her 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training at Twisters in May 2017. Kathleen believes that yoga should be available to people of all levels, enabling them to connect their body, mind and spirit in a beneficial and empowering way. She encourages her students to find their edges with compassion and awareness while remaining connected to their breath.
All Levels Welcome
 
 
Hatha yoga provides students with a safe and supportive environment to explore optimal physical alignment in yoga poses. Students will move slowly and mindfully, deepening their understanding of poses while quieting the mind through this breath focused practice.  Because this style has less weight bearing activity for the upper body it is perfect for students who are newer to yoga or recovering from upper body injuries.
 
 
Recommended For:

- Brand new beginners.
- Seniors.
- Students healing from an injury or with an injury.
- Intermediate students deepening current practice with alignment work.
- Pilates and Barre students adding a supporting practice.


Upcoming classes:

  • Wed Jan 23 8:10 am - 9:10 am with Cara Catalano
    at Erdenheim
  • Wed Jan 23 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm with Carol Kowalewski
    at Ambler
  • Wed Jan 23 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm with Elizabeth Moulder
    at Erdenheim
  • Thu Jan 24 9:30 am - 10:30 am with Kate Garza
    at Ambler
  • Thu Jan 24 9:35 am - 10:45 am with Tricia Fleming
    at Erdenheim
  • Thu Jan 24 7:05 pm - 8:05 pm with Andrea Leombruni
    at Ambler
  • Thu Jan 24 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm with Amy Bonitz
    at Erdenheim
  • Fri Jan 25 8:10 am - 9:10 am with Cara Catalano
    at Erdenheim
  • Sat Jan 26 9:15 am - 10:15 am with Kate Garza
    at Ambler
  • Sat Jan 26 11:30 am - 12:30 pm with Elizabeth Moulder
    at Erdenheim
  • Sun Jan 27 10:45 am - 11:45 am with Emily Lambert
    at Ambler
  • Mon Jan 28 11:15 am - 12:15 pm with Kate Garza
    at Erdenheim
  • Mon Jan 28 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm with Carol Kowalewski
    at Ambler
  • Mon Jan 28 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm with Elizabeth Moulder
    at Erdenheim
  • Tue Jan 29 9:30 am - 10:30 am with Kate Garza
    at Ambler
  • Tue Jan 29 9:35 am - 10:45 am with Kathleen Schneer
    at Erdenheim
  • Tue Jan 29 7:05 pm - 8:05 pm with Andrea Leombruni
    at Ambler
  • Tue Jan 29 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm with Amy Bonitz
    at Erdenheim
  • Wed Jan 30 8:10 am - 9:10 am with Cara Catalano
    at Erdenheim
  • Wed Jan 30 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm with Carol Kowalewski
    at Ambler