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Studio Sage Erie LLC

A space between what was and what will be

Yoga | Wellness | Movement | Workshops

Our Class List

Something for Everyone

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Class Descriptions

Gentle Flow With Terry

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This class focuses on the fundamental postures that make up a well-rounded practice. Emphasis is placed on safe and effective alignment during poses and the transitions between poses. Students mindfully flow from one pose to the next guided by their breath. Some yoga experience is helpful, but not necessary. This class is offered in the studio as well as on Zoom.

Terry Seth is a E-RYT 500, Experienced Registered Yoga Instructor through Yoga Alliance, which acknowledges the completion of yoga teacher training with an approved Registered Yoga School (RYS). She has been practicing yoga since 1993 and began teaching in 2004. She founded the School House Yoga Studio in Erie in 2016 and operated a successful and much loved space for hundreds of yoga students for more than 7 years. Her teacher training was very transformative and has given her the ability to share her enthusiasm for the practice of yoga with hundreds of people of all ages and backgrounds. She received her 200 hour teacher training in Erie through Integral Yoga and Plasha Yoga in 2005. In June 2020 she completed her 300 hour teacher training with Satya Yoga in Erie. Under the guidance of her many skilled, knowledgeable and wise teachers through the years, her teaching has grown and evolved to enhance her own personal and spiritual development. She is passionate about the healing properties of yoga and she offers a natural and practical approach to yoga, accessible for everyone. Because of her years of teaching and running a small yoga studio, she has connected with hundreds of people, organizations, and groups in the community who have been instrumental in her ability to share the principles of mindfulness through effective communication and techniques to create a credible and trusting student-teacher relationship.

Evening Unwind with Anna

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Beginner friendly and slow paced. A balance of stillness and movement. Take this time for yourself to be present. Moving through the poses slowly with awareness on the breath. Giving our bodies a good stretch and building strength over time. Feel completely relaxed at the end of class with breathing practices and yoga nidra.  

Outside of teaching yoga Anna is an autism supports coordinator. She  has a bachelors in sociology. She loves to cook, read, spend time with family and friends. Anna is an Erie lover! She loves Presque Isle, and all of our local coffee shops and our sunsets. 

 

Anna teach yoga to help others, because it has helped her so much and it is her purpose to share the benefits! She began her journey in 2016 after getting in a car accident that left her with a lot of pain and trauma. Anne uses yoga, meditation and pranayama to manage all of that. It has become a part of her daily routine. 

Full Body Awakening with Danielle

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A class that will generate tapas - the heat that will move us toward strength and perseverance. This class is a 60 minute, Vinyasa style class that will fit into most schedules.

Danielle offers modifications that create the opportunity for an all level class. Whether you are just beginning your yoga journey or are an advanced practitioner, this class will bring the heat and challenges you need to grow within your practice.

Grounding in Spaciousness with Danielle

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This class is a steady pace class that focuses on lengthening and opening up throughout our bodies creating spaciousness while maintaining a grounding sensation with our breath. Cultivating a connection, and relationship, to the subtle (and maybe not so subtle) tension that exists within the tissues. A gentle mix of movement with longer holds, and the occasional use of props to support the space we've created. 

 

“There’s the space that seems to be out there, like the sky and the ocean and the wind, and there’s the space that seems to be inside. We could let the whole thing mix up. We could let the whole thing just dissolve into each other and into one big space. Practice is about allowing a lot of space. It’s about learning how to connect with that spaciousness that’s inside, and the spaciousness that’s outside. It’s about learning to relax, soften, and open — to connect with the sense that there’s actually a lot of room.”

— Pema Chödron

Building Foundations with Danielle - No current offerings

Building foundations is a class that is geared toward beginners to offer support and encouragement for a home practice, and to build the confidence to attend a Yoga class at any studio. 

Focusing and breaking down Asanas (postures) for a deeper understanding and connection. Offering guidance with props, such as blocks and a strap, to make the practice personable and beneficial to the uniqueness of each body. 

If you've never been to a Yoga class, this is a beautiful class to explore. 

 

“When you listen to yourself, everything comes naturally. It comes from inside, like a kind of will to do something. Try to be sensitive. That is yoga.” ― Petri Räisänen

Freedom in Movement with Sydney

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This class is similar to a “vin/yin” style where there is steady movement followed by longer stretchy holds. During the vinyasa portion, we focus on fluid movements aligned with the breath to move energy through the body. Our yin postures give us space to settle in and find stillness after movement. Props, modifications and opportunity to challenge yourself are offered throughout the class with an emphasis on finding movement and pause that feels good in the body.

Sydney completed her 200hr Yoga Teacher training in March 2024 after having a decade of personal practice. Similar to many, her practice began solely as a movement practice until she began to uncover the wholistic view of what Yoga is. The Yoga practice has helped Sydney regulate her mental and emotional well-being through many life challenges and she is passionate about people having the opportunity to experience and adapt the practice in a way that is most meaningful to them. Sydney continues to educate herself through texts and trainings as a means to deepen her own practice and to share resources with her students.

Yin Yoga with Sydney

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Our Yin Yoga practice is considered to be a meditative yoga practice. In this class, you can expect to hold floor-based postures for several minutes at a time focused on a targeted area of sensation. Holding postures for longer periods of time help to stress our denser connective tissues and joint spaces that generally can't be accessed through movement-based practices and exercises. In addition to the physical aspect of the practice, stillness in our bodies and extended periods of silence gives us an opportunity to practice stillness and presence in our minds. This practice invites us to find softness and spaciousness as a balance to our hectic fast-paced lives. 

Alivyana,  PA

"Beautiful place to practice with brilliant instructors!'

This class is similar to a “vin/yin” style where there is steady movement followed by longer stretchy holds. During the vinyasa portion, we focus on fluid movements aligned with the breath to move energy through the body. Our yin postures give us space to settle in and find stillness after movement. Props, modifications and opportunity to challenge yourself are offered throughout the class with an emphasis on finding movement and pause that feels good in the body.

Sydney completed her 200hr Yoga Teacher training in March 2024 after having a decade of personal practice. Similar to many, her practice began solely as a movement practice until she began to uncover the wholistic view of what Yoga is. The Yoga practice has helped Sydney regulate her mental and emotional well-being through many life challenges and she is passionate about people having the opportunity to experience and adapt the practice in a way that is most meaningful to them. Sydney continues to educate herself through texts and trainings as a means to deepen her own practice and to share resources with her students.

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