Marianne Moore

Marianne Moore

Broadcasting from: Oromocto, NB, Canada
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/moore_mobile/

I initially fell into yoga reluctantly. As an avid runner, I felt I didn’t have the time or patience for that mat. However, I soon found myself injured, post-marathon, and dragged myself into the nearest yoga class. It was from there that my love for yoga, and later for teaching, started and I haven't looked back since!

I am forever grateful for my foundations in yoga, coming from Christine Felstead's Yoga for Runners, closely followed by my 200 hour teacher training. Under this tutelage I was introduced to the Detour Method and later completed my certifications in Functional Range Conditioning (FRC) and Drew Hume’s Thai Yoga Course amongst others.

I aim to offer classes that move all the parts of the body mindfully by focusing on developing and challenging ranges of motion. I hope that through consistent and varied movement we can work towards better balance within the body and mind while increasing our longevity in guided discovery.

Always evolving and forever learning, I hope you can join me on the mat for some movement fun - catered to all levels - creating a greater awareness of mind and movement!

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Marianne Moore
  • Hips and Spine Combined

    In today's class we zero in on some movements around the pelvis, including the internal and external rotation of the hip capsule and some activation and stretching of the hamstrings. We also spend some time moving our spine through flexion, extension and rotation. We play with our balance briefly...

  • Shoulder to Shoulder

    In this class we focus on the thoracic spine and movement around the shoulders. Since we often focus on the front of the body we aim here to bring more awareness, balance and some strength work to the back of the shoulders. We use a block in this class but this can be substituted for a book of an...

  • Twist, Toes and Flow

    In today’s class we work through spinal segmentation and thoracic rotation. We spend time working on our feet in varying positions, focusing on extension and checking in with the movement of each of our toes. We use this foundational work to play with our balance; in some exploratory hinges and f...