Sandy Blaine teaches "Yoga for Computer Users" classes at the Alameda Yoga Station. Cost is $60 per series (No drop-ins). Classes run Saturdays, October 4-25 from 2:30-4:00 p.m.
Yoga can help prevent some of the problems associated with prolonged computer use. We will work on healthy posture and learn a variety of specifically targeted exercises that can be done at your desk, as well as yoga exercises to practice at home. This class is suitable for beginners, but not those in the acute phase of injury; a release from your physician is recommended for those experiencing chronic and/or severe pain, or with a history of RSI. Yoga For Computer Users by Sandy Blaine will be used as a resource in this series; books will be available for sale ($15) at the first class.
Buy the book on Amazon: Yoga for Computer Users
About Sandy Blaine:
Sandy Blaine grew up in Berkeley, California, where she took her first yoga class in 1987, and immediately fell in love with its beauty and mystery. She has a joyous devotion to her own daily yoga practice, which she strives to share with her students through her teaching and her writing. Sandy currently resides in Oakland, and has been teaching full time in the San Francisco Bay Area since 1993, including her work as the in-house yoga teacher at Pixar Animation Studios in Emeryville, California. In 1995, she graduated from Advanced Studies Program at The Yoga Room, in Berkeley, California, and joined the faculty in 2000. She is a founding member and co-director of the Alameda Yoga which opened in 1995. Sandy's writing has appeared in Yoga International, Ascent, and Yoga Journal. Her first book, Yoga For Healthy Knees was a best-selling yoga title on Amazon.com in 2006 and 2007. Her latest project is the new book Yoga for Computer Users: Healthy Neck, Shoulders, Wrists, and Hands in the Postmodern Age.