Power Yoga

Power Vinyasa Yoga  

Power through your week with this class where linking breath to movement fosters a practice to build strength, increase flexibility, and release the tensions that sneak into the body. With varying sequences, this class is sure to challenge you in a new way each week and leave you glowing!

Both classes feature the same general dynamic arch, easy/opening section, challenge/dig in section, and release/cool-down section.  Both classes are meant for people to get sweaty and work, but Wednesday will be an "all-levels" class whereas Tuesday is dedicated to beginners.

Location

SDC Fitness Studio

Activity Level

Moderate

Special Requirements

Light, comfortable clothing that allows for easy movement. Participants must be a minimum of 16 years old.

Fall 2022: October 25 - December 21

No class November 16, 22, 23.

Days/Times

Intro to Power Yoga

Tuesday, 5:15-6:05pm 

Power Yoga

Wednesday, 5:15-6:05pm 

Cost

SDC Access Holders (minimum 1 month) - FREE, must have ID present for entry to class

Class day pass $10

HuskiesFit Ultimate Punch Card
MTU Student 8-punch card $33, 16-punch card $50
General Public 8-punch card $52, 16-punch card $88

New HuskiesFit punch cards expire one year from the date of purchase, are valid for the current list of available classes, and will not be exchanged or refunded due to classes not being offered on a consistent basis. Customers are responsible for keeping their cards.

The SDC is not responsible for lost or stolen property. Please do not leave valuables unattended.


About the Instructor

Katy Ellenich

Katy Ellenich, Yoga Instructor - Katy Ellenich, RYT 200, has been doing yoga with her mom since there was yoga on channel 13. It wasn’t until pursuing her Master’s of Fine Arts at WVU that she finally found the yoga that made her heart sing. In class, Katy hopes students find power with a laugh and surprise in their strength, always striving to make challenging poses accessible and offer many options so there is something for everyone. With breathing in mind, students are encouraged to feel each pose, find all the length in their body, and tap into the meditative qualities of their practice. Off the mat, Katy is writing/editing her thesis and enjoying a very pleasant peninsula while hiking, swimming, rock hunting, kayaking, and so much more with her family and best dog buddy, Moose.

Email: kmelleni@mtu.edu