Gentle Yoga

  • Connect mind, body and spirit
  • Stay strong, alert and active
  • Mondays at 11am
  • Sept 13 – Nov 8, no class on Oct 11
  • Practice at home on Zoom
  • For more info, email: ann@teamsunwellness.com
Zoom with Ann, Mondays at 11am

Explore the equilibrium between effort and ease during this accessible 60-minute group yoga class designed to connect mind, body, and spirit. Unleash joyful freedom during rhythmic movements linked with the breath…and find steady poise through stable alignment in classic poses. Includes physical postures, breath exercises, and meditations.

Ann offers modifications so that participants of all levels and ages can benefit. This is a wonderful class for any individual who wants to stay strong, alert and active regardless of their age.

You’ll receive a Zoom link a few hours before each class you’re registered for.

Pricing:

  • $100 for 8 classes, drop in for $15
  • Reach out for a sliding scale option
  • Pay by Credit Card/ PayPal below
  • Pay by Venmo – @Ann-MacMullan
  • You can always pay by check! Just email Ann to let her know: ann@teamsunwellness.com

Reminder: “Gentle” is a state of mind. It means we listen to our bodies and minds, and accept with compassion whatever we come across. While we may move at a gentler pace, and take extra care during transitions, we practice with all the effort of any other yoga class!

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Ann Grace MacMullan is a certified yoga instructor (E-RYT 500) and believes in the therapeutic value of yoga for everyone, no matter what age, level of fitness, or life circumstance. Ann is a yoga therapist candidate. She has been teaching yoga and meditation throughout the Philadelphia area for over five years.

The posture of yoga is steady and easy. It is realized by relaxing one’s effort and resting like the cosmic serpent on the waters of infinity.

Patanjali

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