Outdoor Hybrid Yoga

  • Get grounded, connect with your breath and relax deeply
  • Saturdays at 9:30am
  • Practice in person on the lawn at SUMC in Swarthmore
  • Or join from Zoom at home
  • For more info email: ann@teamsunwellness.com
Move and Breathe with Ann, Saturdays at 9:30am!

Get grounded, connect with your breath, and relax deeply during this slow flow yoga class. Feel the earth under your feet while breathing fresh air, or stay home and attend virtually. Find community spirit while practicing safe social distancing. Ann offers modifications so that participants of all levels and ages can benefit. 

In person: Limited to 12 participants for safe social distancing. BYOM: Bring your own mat, any props you use but not required. Please wear your mask until your mat is set up. While practicing it’s up to you. Put your mask on as you leave class. Your image will not be recorded on Zoom, but your “om” might be.

Zoom: You will receive a link to class a few hours in advance. Join us live, or watch the recording later.

Pricing: The price is the same whether you attend live or in person. $15 per class. BIPOC attend for free – just drop us a line to save your spot!

In case of inclement weather, class will be available via Zoom.

Contact: ann@teamsunwellness.com

More info: During Ann’s Slow Flow yoga classes, we practice safe and flowing breath-connected movement, repeating patterns so you can shut your mind off and calm your nervous system down. Once we’ve moved the spine in all directions, worked all the major muscle groups, and hopefully lubricated all or most of the joints in the body, we practice “actively relaxing” to stimulate the PNS or parasympathetic nervous system; also known as the “Rest, Digest and Heal” response. 

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR: Ann Grace MacMullan is a certified yoga instructor (E-RYT 200, RYT 500) and believes in the therapeutic of yoga for everyone, no matter what age, level of fitness, or life circumstance. Ann is currently pursuing her 850 hr C-IAYT, certification in Yoga Therapy. She has been teaching yoga and meditation throughout the Philadelphia area since 2015.

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.


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