Hey Guys.. my name is rob and I teach yoga.. I was looking to see if anyone would like to join my nude yoga classes at night.. my first two classes is January 28th on Wednesday.
The first class is at 6:30pm -7:30pm
Second class is at 8pm-9pm

I have some openings in my first class and my second class I have five openings left.

Here is some information the the styles I teach

Yoga Styles Offered

Hatha Yoga - most often used to describe gentle, basic classes with no flow between poses. A Hatha class will likely be a slow-paced stretching class with some simple breathing exercises and perhaps seated meditation. Hatha Yoga is a good place to learn beginner relaxation techniques and become comfortable with yoga.

Iyengar Yoga - a form of Hatha Yoga, is based on giving primacy to the physical alignment of the body in the poses. You are taught the correct way to do each pose and that every student will one day be able to attain perfect poses through consistent practice. Once this balance is created in the body, it will be reflected in the mind. One of Iyengar's major innovations is in the use of props. It is quite common to see blankets, blocks, straps, pillows, chairs, and bolsters being used in yoga studios. The purpose of the props is to assist the student in attaining ideal alignment even if the body is not yet completely open.

Vinyasa Yoga - is movement synchronized to the breath. This style is sometimes also called flow yoga, because of the smooth way that the poses run together and become like a dance. The breath becomes an important component because the teacher will instruct you to move from one pose to the next on an inhale or an exhale.

Yin Yoga - poses are held for several minutes at a time to stretch the connective tissue around the joints. Sitting for meditation is yin and therefore requires a practice that adresses this use of the body. While joints, like the knees and ankles, are fragile and easily over stretched, the body also contains joints in the pelvis, hips and lower spine that are naturally much less flexible. It is these joints that yin yoga primarily addresses.

you can send me a Personal message if your looking to join or ask me any questions on here!

my website is yogawithrobsandiego.com