$10 Gentle Yoga-Hannah

Gentle
  1 hour and 15  minutes

Nice and easy does it in our Gentle Yoga classes. If you have been away from Yoga for a while, why not take it slow on your re-entry? Or if you are new to Yoga, and not sure where you are yet..this is the class for you. Many of our Gentle Yoga students also have advanced practices but relish the slow down and take it all in approach. We’ve got you covered!

Gentle Yoga is series of asanas(physical postures) typically held for  a few breaths. Transitions are slow, with an emphasis on alignment, pranayama(breath and subtle energy control) This slow moving class class fosters mind-body integration and awareness in a much  less fiery practice than most other classes.

All levels.

Also great for those recovering from injury who need a slower paced class. All are welcome to slow down and enjoy the ride.

 ( cash only, exact change please)
We do not accept credit cards or checks for $10 classes


Schedule Updates

For information on (scheduled)class cancellations or holiday hours refer to the NEWS TICKER feature on our home page. You can also sign up for our email announcements, check our Facebook page. Remember to read the posts on the lobby chalkboard so you are aware of upcoming changes.

Early for Class?

Lobby opens 15 minutes before class so that we have practice and prep time. Please be patient while we get ourselves and our space ready for you.

Late to Class?

If you are more than 10 minutes late for class, you will not be admitted into the classroom.This is first, for your own safety, and secondly, in consideration of the other students’ practice; It is distracting to them and to the teacher. If there is no one at the desk, you will find the lobby doors locked.

 

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Hannah first discovered yoga at twelve years old through her mother’s best friend, Phyllis Tannebaum, a kundalini teacher for nearly 20 years. It wasn’t until her later teen years she realized what an important aspect