GET YOUR MOVE ON SUNRISE YOGA @ ASC
Classes start at 9 AM, last for about one hour and are held on the ASC tennis court. Cost is $10/person, members & guests are welcome. Classes will be offered: 2016 schedule to be posted soon.
Yoga FAQ answered by the instructor:
- What do I need to bring with me (mats, blocks, water bottles, towel, other?)
If you have these items, bring them to class: yoga mat, two blocks, yoga strap, blanket to sit on. The instructor has limited props to share for six people: yoga blocks, blankets, straps and neckties (can be used as straps.)
- Who is the teacher and what are their qualifications?
Ms. Elizabeth Manne has been studying yoga continuously for several years at the Yoga Center of Columbia. Elizabeth is a certified yoga instructor and completed the RYT200 program in 2014. She teaches privately in Maryland and Northern Virginia.
- What type/style of yoga is being taught?
Hatha Yoga is taught based on the teachings of BKS Iyengar.
- Is there a lower age limit (kids welcome?)
Children who can be quiet, listen and focus for a hour can try the class offered at ASC. We have had a few children in the prior classes.
TENNIS LESSONS @ ASC
Classes start at 8 AM, last for about an hour and will be held on the ASC tennis court. Cost is $5/person, members & guests are welcome. Drop-ins are welcome. Classes will be offered: 2016 schedule to be posted soon.
Tennis FAQ answered by the instructor:
- What do I need to bring with me (racquets, water bottles, towel, other?)
Instructor will provide tennis balls and will have a limited number of tennis racquets available for use. You are encouraged to bring your own racquets and water bottles. Please wear court shoes that provide lateral support to avoid spraining ankles.
- Who is the teacher and what are his qualifications?
Mr. Kim Parker has been playing tennis since 1985. Kim previously coached beginners and intermediate high school tennis players at the SEED School Maryland..
- Will we play games?
Depending on number of students, the majority of time will be spent practicing skill drills; as time and space permits, we may setup extremely shortened games to give players exposure. Students are expected to apply new skills to playing games outside the lessons.
- Are children welcomed?
Yes! The emphasis is on learning basic skills (forehand volley, backhand volley, stance, serve, position, etc.) as well as the basic rules to play games.