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We will be closed Tuesday, Oct 22 thru Saturday, Oct 26, for the church's craft bazaar.
Take Ogden Sangha Yoga with you on vacation! Here is a
48-minute restorative yoga practice, taught by Brad Carroll!
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You can also purchase gift certificates for classes. We offer gift certificates for 5 or 10 classes. Gift certificates may be purchased in the studio or on PayPal.
All classes are $5. Pay when you come to class or prepay for 10 classes. Either way, you receive one free class after every 10 paid classes! We do not take reservations, so just show up!
At the studio we accept payment in cash or by check. If you wish to use a card, you can prepay for 10 classes using PayPal. Please bring your receipt with you to the studio to receive your prepaid classes.
If you are a first-time visitor to Ogden Sangha Yoga, we ask that you sign this Disclosure and Release Form. You can print it and fill it out at home to bring with you, or fill one out when you arrive at the studio. Thank you!
Upcoming Schedule of Events
• Our Friday, Oct 11, class is cancelled.
• We will be closed Saturday, Oct 12, for the Red Cross Blood Drive.
• We will be closed Tuesday, Oct 22, thru Saturday, Oct 26, for the FUMC Craft Bazaar.
Brad Carroll (200 hr E-RYT & YACEP) , owner of Ogden Sangha Yoga) has been practicing yoga since 2005. He trained at Yoga Jo's Studio in North Ogden and began teaching there in October 2008. Brad participated in a workshop with Donna Farhi in 2010 and has attended the Yoga Journal Conference in Estes Park, CO in 2012, 2014, and 2015. Brad is currently a professor emeritus in the Physics Department at Weber State. Brad and Kathy Stobaugh founded Ogden Sangha Yoga in 2013.
Brad enjoys teaching several different styles of yoga, from a gentle restorative yoga that increases flexibility and range of motion, to a more vigorous traditional yoga class with sun salutations and warrior poses. Sometimes he teaches a vinyasa, a flow of poses that stresses moving with the breath. Brad practices yoga for peace of mind.
Vicky Turner (200 hr RYT) has been practicing yoga since 2002. She trained at Yoga Jo’s Studio in North Ogden and began teaching there periodically in 2010. Vicky has attended various workshops and lots of different styles of yoga classes to enhance her practice and teaching techniques. She teaches a lunch yoga class for her fellow employees, ranging from beginning to more advanced, with something new every week.
Vicky enjoys cycling, skiing and living an active life. She finds practicing and teaching yoga allows her to stay balanced and share her love for yoga with everyone she meets.
Come share the joy of yoga!
Tami Endow (200 hr RYT and currently enrolled in 300 hr RYT) has been practicing yoga on and off since 1989 when a friend was diagnosed with MS and her doctor prescribed yoga to increase mobility. Yoga has always been an interest for her, so in 2017 Tami completely a 200 hr RYT at Timeless Yoga. She is currently taking a 300 hr RYT at NamasDay Yoga.
Tami enjoys working with individuals that may need some assistance. She extended her certifications to include Trauma Recovery Yoga and chair yoga. Life also needs a bit of fun, so she teaches goat yoga in Utah County.
Tami is currently a lead F-16 Production Planner at Hill Air Force Base. In a short period of time, yoga will become her retirement job. Tami's passions include knitting, crocheting, and running/walking. Since 1983, she has completed over 1200 road races with distances covering 1 mile to 26.2 miles (marathon). She says, "Yoga grounds me and allows me to participate in these activities."
Tricia Braatz (500 hr Integrative Yoga Therapy and E-200 hr College of Purna Yoga) is a certified yoga therapist, instructor, and educator who began her personal yoga practice and journey in 1998. Tricia has 15 years of experience teaching yoga to students of all ages and ability levels including; Ashtanga , Iyengar alignment principled yoga to students in health clubs and yoga studios, therapeutic yoga in both clinical and private practice, adaptive yoga for chronic health conditions, yoga for trauma and grief relief, cancer patients, addiction, corporate yoga, and yoga for stress and pain reduction. Her mission is to create a sacred, safe, open and inclusive space for all clients.
Tricia follows the yoga therapy model, an emerging science and field, which is based on Pantanjali’s yoga sutra philosophy, the Eight Limbs of Yoga, Western psychology, and Ayurvedic science. She is also Tricia is a movement specialist, offering therapeutic work to help clients listen to their bodies in order to understand the how, where and why there is separation between their mind, body and spirit.
In 2006 Tricia was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. Her passion is to educate diabetics on how living with chronic disease is more mentally challenging than anything else. Her aspiration is to help diabetics learn to use yoga to develop mindfulness in their lives so that they make better diet and lifestyle choices, reducing their risk of diabetic complications.