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Perfect the art of balance and heal both mind and body with Yoga classes at La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club. Yoga’s restorative benefits and practices help keep the mind focused and the body relaxed and free of stress. Let the resort’s skilled instructors lead you through courses that promote health and wellness, in a serene setting, surrounded by the picturesque beauty of the California coast.

Monday, Wednesday, Friday at 9 a.m. in the Walnut Lounge. $12 per person. Please register for class with front desk.

Please bring your own yoga mat or pick up a beach towel on your way in.

Due to the private nature of our property, Yoga Services are reserved for Club Members and their guests or registered hotel guests only.

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Leila Currah, Yoga Instructor

Leila discovered yoga in 2000 and has been dedicated to her own practice ever since. In 2011, she pursued teacher training through the Awakened Heart Embodied Mind School of Yoga at Exhale in Venice, California. Her approach as a teacher is rooted in mindfulness, the practice of bringing loving awareness to body and breath. She emphasized correct alignment, injury prevention and personal responsibility in practice and teaching.

The asana element of practice is explored in the context of the mind-body relationship, especially looking at the way that emotions and thoughts are experienced in the body, the ways that breath can facilitate healing and stress reduction, and the fascinating advances in Neuroscience that support this understanding.

She delivers a gentle, relaxing practice for beginners, and a deep vinyasa flow for more experienced yogis, creating space for everyone to find the inner rhythms to guide their own practice.

Leila discovered yoga in 2000 and has been dedicated to her own practice ever since. In 2011, she pursued teacher training through the Awakened Heart Embodied Mind School of Yoga at Exhale in Venice, California. Her approach as a teacher is rooted in mindfulness, the practice of bringing loving awareness to body and breath. She emphasized correct alignment, injury prevention and personal responsibility in practice and teaching.

The asana element of practice is explored in the context of the mind-body relationship, especially looking at the way that emotions and thoughts are experienced in the body, the ways that breath can facilitate healing and stress reduction, and the fascinating advances in Neuroscience that support this understanding.

She delivers a gentle, relaxing practice for beginners, and a deep vinyasa flow for more experienced yogis, creating space for everyone to find the inner rhythms to guide their own practice.

Leila discovered yoga in 2000 and has been dedicated to her own practice ever since. In 2011, she pursued teacher training through the Awakened Heart Embodied Mind School of Yoga at Exhale in Venice, California. Her approach as a teacher is rooted in mindfulness, the practice of bringing loving awareness to body and breath. She emphasized correct alignment, injury prevention and personal responsibility in practice and teaching.

The asana element of practice is explored in the context of the mind-body relationship, especially looking at the way that emotions and thoughts are experienced in the body, the ways that breath can facilitate healing and stress reduction, and the fascinating advances in Neuroscience that support this understanding.

She delivers a gentle, relaxing practice for beginners, and a deep vinyasa flow for more experienced yogis, creating space for everyone to find the inner rhythms to guide their own practice.