In accordance with the MDHHS orders, all classes will be held online from 11/18/20 through 12/8/20. For class details, click on the class day/time to expand the box.
Upcoming Classes & Events
Ashtanga Yoga with Nadia
Nadia will guide students through a set sequence of poses that is suitable for beginners to advanced practitioners. The set sequences allows students to tune into their bodies and tune out the world while on the mat. If you don’t like surprises, this is the class for you!
This 50-minute class is held on Mondays at 7:00 PM Eastern and is an online class. Visit Good Yoga MI‘s website to sign up for individual classes or a monthly package to get access to all classes offered!
This gentle yoga practice is perfect for everyone of all ages & abilities. Restorative yoga helps provide that physical and mental balance to prevent stress and anxiety, through the use of props that allow you to hold poses longer, giving you all the benefits of deep, passive stretching. The class is faster than yin but slower than slow flow.
This class will run for three weeks, starting 11/21/20 and ending 12/5/20. Students must complete a yoga waiver prior to the class.
The cost is $15 drop-in or $40 for all three classes. Sliding scale payments are available. Payment can be sent via PayPal or Venmo at @nadiazerka. Upon receipt of payment, the Zoom meeting information will be emailed to you. See you on the mat!
A creative sequence of classical postures designed to maintain vibrant health, increased energy, and a healthy, pain-free back. Great for beignners and appropriate for all levels.
Saturdays at 11:00 AM Eastern for Prana Yoga Center (11225 S. Saginaw Street, Grand Blanc, MI 48439)
I occasionally get the opportunity to substitute teach for my incredible yoga teacher friends. Check back often to see where I may pop up next!
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My Yoga Journey
I first tried yoga in April 2011, after my roommate at the time insisted that yoga was the cure for all that ails you. She was a yoga instructor and after finally attending one of her classes, I knew she was right. And thus, my yoga journey began.
What I have learned on the mat through my personal yoga practice has helped me navigate life off the mat. I believe in the healing powers of the physical practice of yoga, for mental and physical health. I decided to pursue my teaching certificate for many reasons — one of which is the desire to share the joy I have found through yoga with others.
I believe yoga is truly for everybody and every BODY. My goal is to make yoga more accessible to those who think they cannot do yoga because they do not look a certain way. One of my favorite things about the physical practice of yoga is there is always somewhere you can go, meaning there is always a pose variation available that fits any body, any day.
I hold a Registered Yoga Teacher (RYT) 200 certification through Yoga Alliance, the largest nonprofit association representing the yoga community. I completed my yoga teacher training program in May 2020 through Prana Yoga Center in Grand Blanc, Michigan and am trained in the ashtanga vinyasa tradition.