Forest Flow Yoga

When:
August 16, 2017 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
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Where:
Rocky Woods
Hartford Street
Medfield, MA 02052
USA
Cost:
Member: $9; Nonmember: $15
Contact:
508.785.0339 x3051

Join us weekly throughout the summer for a fun, light-hearted, nature inspired all-levels vinyasa power flow that provides empowerment through mindful breathing, sensory stimulation, and accessible sequencing to challenge and relax! Welcoming beginners and advanced students alike with modifications and intensifiers, this outdoor sunset class will practice tools for flexibility, momentum, and playful experimentation. Let the fresh forest air rejuvenate yogis of all ages, balancing a sweaty summer workout with a quiet intention of mindfulness, health, restoration, self-care, and ‘ahimsa’ (non-violence) to your body and your spirit. 

Advance sign-ups are required and registration closes 24 hours prior to class. If you’re interested in signing up for 10 or more classes, contact kbaker@thetrustees.org for discounted rates.

About the Instructor: Catherine grew up in Dedham, MA. Practicing the art of yoga for more than a decade, she completed her 200 RYT training in Costa Rica and Mexico to join the Yoga Alliance. She studied Art History at Boston College and completed her M.Ed. at Lesley University, focusing on Community Arts and Universal Design for Learning. Catherine seeks to engage her yoga teaching with accessible, human-centered, inclusive, and compassionate practice. Travels to Central America, Alaska, Iceland, and throughout Europe and the US have inspired Catherine to build mindful and intentional communities that facilitate creative, natural, social, visual, and physical experiences that unite us. Catherine loves art museums, hiking, architecture, reading, swimming, skiing, and all adventures!

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