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All of my public group classes are held at Rooted Yoga in Falmouth. If you are a member at The Club at New Seabury, see my additional class schedule below.
Sundays 10:00 – 11:15AM ‘Moderate Vinyasa’ (Starting October 6th)
A fluid, creatively sequenced class that pairs breath with dynamic movement and sustained postures to build strength and endurance. This class will give you the opportunity to explore and challenge your edge and the freedom to back off or modify postures as needed. Some yoga experience recommended.
Thursdays 5:00 – 6:00PM ‘Power Flow’
Discover an invigorating approach to your practice with a heated Power Vinyasa Flow. Continuously move through sun salutations, intense core work, and standing postures. Link breath with movement while working to build strength inside, and out. This class may include arm balances and some inversions with offered modifications. All levels welcome, be prepared to sweat, have some fun and energize your body!
Thursdays 6:30 – 7:30PM ‘Gentle Restorative Flow’
Nourish yourself from the inside-out. Pair breath with movement through a series of accessible poses that gently engage and open all of the major muscle groups. Each class is creatively sequenced and open to all-levels, contributing to spinal health, improved posture, and overall well-being.
If you are a member at The Club at New Seabury, I also offer the following weekly classes:
Mondays 9:30 – 10:30AM ‘Slow Flow’
A vinyasa-inspired class to gently engage, open, and strengthen the body. Pairing breath with movement at a slower pace allows you to explore the postures and transitions, challenge your balance, and build confidence in your practice.
Wednesdays 9:30 – 10:30AM ‘Deep Stretch’
An active stretching class designed to target primary muscle groups of the hips, hamstrings, back, and chest. This class begins with warm-up movements to build heat and prepare the muscles for stretching. Most poses are done on the floor with the support of props and are held for 1-2 minutes. Holding poses for longer periods of time and focusing on breath gives the body time to fully relax and open. Highly recommended for people who do a lot of weight training, endurance sports, and repetitive motion sports that unevenly load the body, but also a great class for everybody including first-time yoga students. No experience (or flexibility) required, just an open mind and a willingness to have fun while trying something new.