Yoga Classes

Simple Training is offering two new yoga classes in the Milwaukee area at our studio at 5438 S. 108th St, Hales Corners, Wisconsin.

We will offer classes designed specifically to help mobility, joint strength, and core stability.

Beginners are welcome and encouraged. I offer modifications to all poses to make sure everyone can get in a pose that works.

The suggested price is $15 per class. Teachers pay only $10. (I taught middle school for 23 years, so I get it!)

However, in this pandemic time, many of us deal with some financial challenges.

So you can pay what you can for the yoga classes for beginners and others in the Milwaukee area.

However, if you can’t afford anything and still want to do some yoga, sign up anyway.

And pay for someone else’s class when you’re flush again.

Simple Training offers yoga classes in the Milwaukee area designed specifically to help mobility, joint strength, and core stability. Beginners are welcome and encouraged.

Yoga for Beginners and Everyone

Yoga is all about movement and breath.

At its core, yoga is meditative, a close cousin to Buddhism.

Instead of sitting still, which I can’t do at all, we move with our breath to challenge our capacity for controlling our breathing.

In addition, we add strength movements by holding poses like Warrior 2 for longer than usual to stimulate isometric muscle growth.

There are many varieties of yoga available in studios in the Milwaukee area and online.

At Foundation, we do yoga that is accessible, simple, and purposeful.

Yoga for Cyclists and Runners in the Milwaukee area.

As a cyclist and runner, I understand how critical it is to keep mobile and build core stability.

We offer online courses for endurance athletes, as well as individual and group sessions through Simple Endurance Coaching.

Yoga Classes in the Milwaukee Area

We are currently offering two in-person yoga classes in the Milwaukee area.

On Wednesdays at 6 pm, we do a Yoga Flow class that focuses on breath work, building strength through holding poses a little longer than usual, and joint movement to build mobility.

On Fridays at 5:30, we do a Yin Yoga “End-of-the-Week” class that lasts about 30 minutes. We focus on breathing as we move slowly to release tension.

If you have questions, email me at paulw@simpleendurancecoaching.com.

Sign Up for Yoga Classes Here