Welcome to Suza’s website, a work-in-progress
Suza’s group classes are held at Sacred Space Yoga Studio
307 E. Matilija, Suite H (upstairs, above REVEL Kombucha bar), in the heart of downtown Ojai.
March 2018 update from Suza:
The Friday class for current students continues March 9, 16, 23, and 30.
I’ll be taking a break in April (no classes).
The Friday class will resume in May. Additional classes TBA
Note: My feet are gradually recovering from the fall I had last year and I’m back riding my bicycle and walking. On January 5th, I resumed teaching my Friday morning class for longtime students who attend on a regular basis. The Friday class is full and is not open to drop-ins or new students.
Please email me at Sfrancina@aol.com if you’d like to be contacted when I resume teaching my yoga basics/gentle yoga classes. Please include your name, address, phone number, age, and any health issues I should be aware of. Also, briefly describe your yoga background or let me know if you’ve never taken a class before.
Contact information for Suza Francina
Cell: (805) 603-8635
226 W. Ojai Ave. Suite 101, #407
Ojai, CA 93023
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About Suza Francina
Suza Francina is a certified Iyengar yoga teacher and a graduate of the Iyengar Yoga Institute of San Francisco. A yoga teacher since 1972, Suza has taught at the Omega Institute, Yoga Journal Conferences, and other venues, nationally and internationally. She is the author of six books, including four popular books on yoga for people at midlife and older, translated in many languages: Yoga for People Over 50 (Devin Adair, 1977); The New Yoga for People Over 50 (Health Communications, Inc., 1997); Yoga and the Wisdom of Menopause (HCI, 2003); and The New Yoga for Healthy Aging (HCI 2007).
Suza’s memoir, Fishing on Facebook: A Writing Yoga Memoir (2012), is the first in a series of “writing yoga” memoirs.
Suza was born in 1949 in The Hague, Holland, and is of Dutch-Indonesian heritage. She lives in Ojai, California, where she is a former mayor, a member of the Ojai City Council (1996-2000 and 2016-2020), working with the Ojai Valley Green Coalition and other organizations to help make Ojai a more sustainable community. She is also a mother and grandmother, a lifelong animal advocate, and her family includes animal companions.
Suzaji.com (Suza’s Writing Yoga Memoirs Blog)