Silica Larkin made yoga her primary physical practice three years ago, after ACL reconstruction surgery. Beginning with a mostly at-home practice of the Bikram beginning series (26). She found yoga to be such a powerful, positive tool for working on both body and mind that she decided to undertake a 200-hour teacher training to further her practice. She studied breath-centered Vinyasa Flow style yoga through North Main Yoga in Greenville, S.C. Silica's prior athletic background included training and coaching in running, triathlon, and martial arts. She believes in the power of yoga to transform us, body and soul and loves being able to introduce people to yoga and to lead them deeper into it. Ms. Larkin has done additional training in restorative/therapeutic yoga and laughter yoga and is also interested in Ayurvedic medicine.
Silica Larkin instructs the following:
Southern 26 is a classic series of 26 postures held for 20, 30 or 60 seconds and repeated on the other side, known worldwide as ‘hot yoga’ and based on the work of Bikram Choudhury.
$5 Community Deep Flow Class
A conscious sequence of Yoga postures held for longer periods of time, challenging students with awareness to find their “edge” in body, breath and mindfulness. Develops strength, endurance and concentration.
Time: 75 min class
Temp: 90-95 degrees with 30-40% humidity
Spring Yoga Mini Retreat
Ready for a thaw? Ready for new growth? What fresh ideas are waiting to come forth in your life?
Come loosen the bonds of winter and liveley up yourself
with nourishing, intuitive movement, breathwork, guided
meditation, aromatherapy & candles inspired by Ayurveda— Indian traditional medicine. You’ll learn time-tested lifestyle tips to bring forth your best in this season, and give body, mind, and spirit a refreshing spring cleaning. No yoga experience is necessary. Bring a friend and treat yourself to an ‘active spa night’ to set your personal compass for the months ahead. Bring water, mat and towel or rent/purchase at studio.
Saturday, April 8 from 6-8 pm. Cost is $25. Please bring a towel, mat and water.