Gentle Yoga (Online)

This class will not only relax and calm you, but will also rejuvenate and revitalize your energy. Laraine considers yoga “meditation in motion,” and leads students to a place of comfort, ease and stability with simple yet effective alignment-based postures, rhythmic movement, breathwork, positive affirmations, and a powerful meditative practice. She offers several variations for each posture so that it is accessible to all: the new student of yoga, those with a tight body, stiffness, injury or recovering from illness or surgery, and anyone seeking to cultivate a sense of equanimity and well-being. Core strengthening and balance poses are included in every class. Having practiced yoga since she was 19 and taught for over 20 years, Laraine brings compassion, joy, and a depth of understanding to her teaching. No prior yoga experience is necessary.

"Before starting these classes, I had spent two years in physical therapy trying to relieve pain and discomfort when sitting. Fortunately, Laraine’s class has helped me to get rid of whatever nerve tension was lingering in my lower back area for so long. Now I am able to take long walks again, cross-country ski, and sit comfortably without any pain. Laraine understands and communicates the true spirit of a yoga practice, and I highly recommend her class to everyone."
—Ann K., student, Gentle Yoga


Online Class
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Laraine Lippincott

Laraine Lippincott considers herself a yoga nerd and has been teaching yoga for 14 years. She started studying yoga while a student at Wellesley College and now specializes in Gentle Yoga. In her classes, she offers a fusion of Kripalu postures, Anusara heart openers, Kali Ray Triyoga flows and Kundalini breath work and mantras. A registered teacher with Yoga Alliance, she is also certified in Pilates, Kripalu Yoga Dance, Radiant Child Yoga, and Yoga Dance for Special Populations, and continues her studies for her Yoga Therapy certification through the International Association of Yoga Therapists. She has a Masters in Education and a Masters in Fine Arts, both from Boston University.