Claremont Yoga Classes

Upcoming Events
Somatics of Yoga: An Integrated Approach
September 19 and 20, 2015
This series of workshops will utilize yoga as a vehicle for deepening kinesthetic awareness, promoting ease and efficiency in the body, improving alignment, and integrating mind/body functioning. We will explore various somatic movement techniques and concepts through breath work and bodywork to enhance awareness of full body connectivity.
In each session, these concepts and techniques will then be applied to yoga asanas, and we will also explore/discuss how they might be applied to movement tasks in our daily lives for greater ease and efficiency. It is recommended that you attend the entire series, however, one or two is fine.
Part I: Saturday, September 19 (10 a.m.–12 p.m.)
Basic introduction to Somatics, including Hanna Somatics, Bartenieff Fundamentals, Patterns of Total Body Connectivity, Three-Dimensional Breathwork, Lower Body Fundamentals with applied Asana.
Part II: Saturday, September 19 (1:30–3:30 p.m.)
Finish Lower Body Fundamentals, introduce Upper Body Fundamentals, Scapular connection with applied Asana. Savasana if time permits.
Part III: Sunday, September 20 (10 a.m.–12 p.m.) 
Brief review/overview of Parts I and II; Patterns of Total Body Connectivity; Reciprocal Innervation; Ideokinesis; applied Asana; guided imagery relaxation.
All 3 sessions for $120 or $50 per session
Non members welcome! Please contact Antionette Mara at extension 225 for more information.
Specialty Yoga Classes | Intro to Yoga
August 15 at 1 p.m.
Always wanted to try a yoga class? We have the ideal introductory session for you!
Yoga is a tremendous tool for transformation in the physical body and mind. Move with your breath, move with your body, and move into a less stressful life with yoga. This class will teach basics to develop a yoga routine or re-establish a routine.
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Introduction to Claremont Yoga Classes
Why Yoga in Claremont?

Yoga is a body-centered practice of ancient postures & breathing techniques designed to increase flexibility, improve muscle strength, & endurance while you balance mind, body & spirit.

Incorporating Yoga training methods into one's workout is becoming an important element to achieving overall health. Yoga was meant to be practiced one-on-one with an instructor. It wasn't until yoga came to the west that it was taught in classes. Benefits of attending yoga classes at The Claremont Club is it's central location to the greater Los Angeles and Inland Empire area. Being just minuets away from San Bernardino, Rancho Cucamonga, San Dimas, Montclair, Pomona, La Verne and other cities makes our yoga studio a prime location for those looking to join a local gym. Additionally, the Claremont Club's Group Exercise department offers one-on-one and small private group Personal Training with certified Yoga Instructors.

Yoga Studio Etiquette
  • If a class has started, please wait to enter until you see eyes open and bodies moving.
  • Enter barefoot.
  • Silence your phone.
  • Let the instructor know of any physical  limitations or conditions.
Claremont Club Offers Many Yoga Class Options
Variety and Quality
Over the years, The Claremont Club has offered many different styles of Yoga.   In the past, we have included Hatha, Prana, Gentle, Power, and Yin.

Please make sure to check our current schedule to view what is now being offered.

Benefits and Recommendations
  • Practice on an empty stomach or 2-3 hours after a meal.
  • Bring your own Yoga mat if you have one. (May be purchased at the Front Desk)
  • Feel free to bring a cotton or wool blanket for your comfort & warmth.

We recommend all individuals new to Yoga arrive 10 minutes early to meet with the instructor.

The Claremont Club's Registerd Yoga Teachers offer small private group yoga classes in series. These series offer yoga training with a more hands on approach to deepen your yoga practice or special needs. Get the benefits of yoga personal training by joining a 5-or 10-week small private group limited to 3-7 participants. These classes require a fee.

Who Can Benefit?
  • Those who want to improve their individual Yoga practice.
  • Special Populations.
  • Athletes with sports agility training.
  • Injury recovery and post rehab.
The Claremont Club 1777 Monte Vista AvenueClaremont, CA 91711 909.625.6791