Please note: Sabine's Thurs and Fri classes start Thurs April 6.
Online Booking coming soon!
Book single or recurring classes at the desk, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
If you can't make a class that you are scheduled for, please let us know in case there is a wait list.
Fees for All Yoga Classes
Drop-In $20.00 + HST
10 Class Pass $150.00 + HST
"Gentle Yoga for Older Adults" with Linda
You don't need to be young, fit, flexible, or be able to kneel or lie on the mat join these classes, which will focus on:
techniques to assess and improve your balance
exercises designed to improve your walking, build strength and avoid falls
introduction to yoga poses, with options to match any level of ability
A great way to reduce stress, be calm through mindfulness, and have fun along the way!
Class size is limited to a small group - email us to reserve your spot.
Sundays at 9:30am & 11:00am
Linda began practicing yoga after retirement. She found the gentle movements were helpful in improving her mobility and alleviating arthritis pain. She is passionate about helping older adults like herself feel these benefits. Since 2020, her yoga classes focus on improving balance, ease of movement, range of motion, muscular strength, and functional mobility. Linda combines her training with life experiences to lead gentle, relaxing classes designed for better quality of life, adapting exercises to work with all levels of ability.
Yoga with Amanda
Yoga Flow is a movement-based class designed to enhance the awareness of the body and mind. The class incorporates elements of strength, flexibility, and balance linked with breath. The intention is to connect with yourself and expand your capacity for resilience.
Tues at 6pm & Sat at 9am
Restorative Yoga is a calming practice that uses props (such as blankets, blocks, and bolsters) to support the body in various relaxing poses. The intention is to mindfully slow down and soothe the nervous system through gentle movement and supportive poses held for several minutes. Nourish the body and mind by unwinding in this deeply restful class.
Tues at 7:30pm
After years of dedicated practice, Amanda began teaching in 2016. Her teaching style creatively layers different forms of yoga, philosophy, and lessons from modern life to encourage her students to grow their practice from the inside out. She enjoys exploring the many paths of yoga in the search for the balance between effort and ease.
Yoga with Sabine - starts Thurs April 6
Yin Yoga is a style of yoga that involves long holds in various seated and reclined poses to access deeper layers of fascia and a quieting of the mind. The three tenets of this practice are to find your edge where you can feel the stretch but without straining, remain still, and allow yourself to stay here for time. It is a simple practice with profound benefits.
Thurs at 7:00pm
Restorative Yoga helps us experience a deep state of relaxation that allows us to rest in comfort using props, gently easing our body and mind into blissful surrender. Enjoy this healing and nurturing practice where you let go of effort and receive soothing support.
Thurs at 5:30pm & Fri at 4:30pm
Gentle Flow Yoga is a slow vinyasa yoga practice where we move the body through various poses in rhythm with our breath, using our mindful focus and awareness to open to the flow of life force energy. This is a rejuvenating and calming experience that leads to an overall feeling of greater vitality.
Fri at 3:00pm
Sabine is currently enrolled in the 2-year 1000-hour Yoga Therapy training certification program with Atlas Yoga in Cambridge. Her dedicated yoga practice spans 28 years and includes both studies and teaching within a community of master teachers in several different styles of modern yoga.