- Tuesday, November 12, 2019 at 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM
- Genesis Yoga Bryan 111 E. 27th Street, Bryan, Texas 77803 (See map and location information below.)
Get your om on with BACH as we become more in tune with our bodies in our second Equestrian Yoga class!
We are pleased to offer an all-levels class for anyone interested in how yoga can benefit the rider. Our instructor, Colleen O’Reilly will help us find our breath and connect with our bodies through moving meditation with a distinct focus on the challenges and needs of the modern equestrian.
All ages and skill levels are welcome!
The class will cost $10 per person, and participants will need to provide their own mat or padding. A limited number of spare mats will be available. All participants must sign and submit a liability waiver before class begins.
Meet our instructor, Colleen:
Colleen O’Reilly is a horse lover, dressage rider and yoga enthusiast! During her youth she explored all disciplines of horseback riding (even jousting!) but has found a lifelong love for Dressage. As she got more serious in riding and training, she realized that Yoga was an excellent way to cross train for the physical and mental demands of horseback riding. After a few years of practicing she decided to get certified (200 hour CYT) and delve into sharing with others what she had learned. These “Equestrian Yoga” classes will focus on the components of body and mental wellness required of horseback riders including but not limited to core strength, balance, breath work and body awareness She has a Master’s in equine exercise physiology and is currently working on her PhD in muscle physiology. . She is passionate about anatomy, yoga and horseback riding and hopes that the awareness yoga can bring to our lives will transfer into the saddle. She is excited to be a part of this BACH yoga collaboration and encourages you to come with excitement and curiosity regardless of your previous yoga experience.
More about the studio.
Genesis Yoga Byan is located on the top floor of the old municipal building (old Children’s Museum) at the corner of E 27th Street and S Tabor Avenue in Downtown Bryan, across from Clara B. Mounce Public library.