This class is taught by:

Beth Day

“My yoga journey began in high school with some VHS Power Yoga tapes my mom bought. I was fascinated by the physical and mental challenge yoga could provide, as well as the never ending possibilities for growth and transformation on the mat. Over the last 20 years, I have continued being a mostly self-educated student of yoga. I used many principles of yoga during the 13 years I worked as a doula (birth coach) and childbirth educator. I began teaching yoga 8 years ago and was amazed at how much deeper and more meaningful my practice became when I was focused on creating powerful experiences for my students. I love how yoga guides me into a unique mental state of clarity and creativity where I feel truly open to the universe and connected to the divine. Yoga has strengthened and empowered me through 4 pregnancies and births, as well as through baby-raising, and child-rearing. It has focused and challenged me during periods of growth. And it has guided me and held me together in times of sadness and grief. I can’t imagine my life without yoga. It will be a lifelong pursuit.”

Off the mat, Beth is a mom of 4 amazing kids. She loves a good adventure and has a bucket list a mile long. She enjoys music, art, literature, good food and drink, time spent in nature, leisurely bike rides, quality time with family and friends, and helping others.

Ginger Davidson

"In 2000 I took my first yoga class. I hated it. I was sore, I could barely do downward dog and what was with all the breathing. (I grew up with severe asthma and allergies I hated it when people told me to breathe!) But I LOVED Savasana—a chance to meditate, listen for the divine, be STILL! I had taken a course on meditation and Buddhism in college and had been meditating for a few years and loved the difference it made in my peace of mind. I was hooked, surely the other stuff would get easier, right? In 2002 I began to practice regularly in my home, and my journey to growth took on a whole new life of its own. Yoga has helped me recover and heal from a major trauma to my body. Yoga helped me to quit smoking in my earlier years of the practice. Yoga has helped me to understand the true difference between a reaction and a response. The added benefit was that my body transformed with my mind. My story to teaching stems from my desire and passion to help others heal in all aspects of their lives. Take some time with me on Tuesdays at 5:45 at Yoga Story’s Down Dog to flow and find some healing, some growth and foster some stillness for your own peace of mind. ”

Ginger Davidson has been a yogi for the last 17 years and has been in the Yoga Story community as a teacher since 2015. Her vinyasa classes focus on alignment, breath work and meditation. Off the mat Ginger likes to spend time with her family camping, hiking, and playing music. She also enjoys spending time and making music with friends during an annual pilgrimage to her hometown in Winfield, Kansas for the Walnut Valley Festival every September.

WARM ~ A practice based on Brian Kest's long, slow deep method. This class will lead you through a series of poses that you hold for 5-10 breaths, followed by a deep stretch of the muscle activated during the pose. This practice is a must if you regularly if you are a runner, cross-fitter or desk worker! The majority of the class will be spent on your mat.
Registration is capped at 25.  Pre-registration is recommended.

Upcoming classes:

  • Sun Oct 22 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm with Beth Day
  • Sun Oct 29 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm with Ginger Davidson
  • Sun Nov 05 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm with Beth Day
  • Sun Nov 12 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm with Beth Day
  • Sun Nov 19 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm with Beth Day
  • Sun Nov 26 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm with Beth Day
  • Sun Dec 03 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm with Beth Day
  • Sun Dec 10 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm with Beth Day
  • Sun Dec 17 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm with Beth Day
  • Sun Dec 24 4:30 pm - 5:45 pm with Beth Day


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