G.M. asks from Torrance, CA on January 14, 2008
C.C. answers from Los Angeles on January 15, 2008
Have you checked out the Core on 182nd and Hawthorne? Very cool place. And they have stuff for kids to do while the parents take classes. http://www.thecoreypc.com
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M.W. answers from Los Angeles on January 15, 2008
If you want to go as far as San Pedro, Inner Harmony Yoga has an excellent beginner series.
The instructor, Kari, is warm, supportive and humorous.
There is no sense of competition or judgement whatsoever at Inner Harmony, and she also offers level one and two classes so you can progress.
Hope this helps.
M.I. answers from Los Angeles on January 15, 2008
Have you tried the El Camino College Community classes? They start in February. Simply log on to www.ECCommunityEd.org. The Torrance Cultural Arts Center offers yoga. The next session starts on the spring. Just type Torrance Parks and Rec on your web search and it should give you the web address. Good Luck!
I.T. answers from Los Angeles on January 15, 2008
You will love Laurie's Yoga class. She holds Yoga classes in her home studio in Redondo Beach. I love her classes, they are small and you get individual attention. Perfect for a beginner. She took a break for the holidays but will be resuming with a new schedule. Hope to see you there. You can contact Laurie at: ____@____.com
V.K. answers from Los Angeles on January 15, 2008
Hi G., I teach all levels Kundalini Yoga and Meditation at Lyfe Yoga Center in Hermosa Beach, in the Tropical Water's Spa (right off Pier Ave.), It's a great class suitable for all levels come check it out Thursday mornings from 10-11:30, let me know if you need more referrals, I know great Yoga Teachers in the South Bay! Namaste, Valinda (V. Kaur)