No matter your age, level of mobility or fitness, there is a yoga practice for you.
“Whether you’re a couch potato or a professional athlete, size and fitness levels do not matter because there are modifications for every yoga pose and beginner classes in every style,” says Dr. Natalie Nevins, D.O., on behalf of the American Osteopathic Association. Yoga is generally low-impact and safe when practiced appropriately under the guidance of a well-trained instructor.
We truly believe yoga is for everyone, that’s why we offer mat and chair sessions for all levels. Feel free to explore our Wellness Offerings for more details on when and where.
YOGA IS GOOD FOR YOU: Harvard Medical School reports that the evidence is growing that practicing yoga is a relatively low-risk, high-yield approach to improving overall health. Yoga can reduce the impact of exaggerated stress responses and may be helpful for both anxiety and depression. It’s NEVER TOO LATE to start! The students we work with on a weekly basis report improvements in balance, flexibility, posture, and breathing; and they leave our classes “in their happy place.”
“I have been a grateful student in Ann’s yoga classes for a couple of years. As an older yoga practitioner who has worked with other teachers in the past, I have especially appreciated her non-judgmental and very encouraging approach. Her classes offer increasing challenges for students to stretch their bodies and their repertoire of yoga poses, but always in a compassionate, supportive, and peaceful atmosphere. In addition, her subtle humor and intention to connect personally with her students makes practicing yoga just plain fun. As Ann expands her teaching opportunities, I hope to follow her for as long as I can move my body!” – Judy S.
“Brian’s men’s yoga class is great! I started up going to his Sunday morning class a couple months ago and I couldn’t be happier. Brian’s very knowledgeable and works with you to get you stretching a little bit more each time. He works on fundamentals and builds on that to really get some under-used muscles working.” -Christopher A.