Yoga for Beginners (Online)

It’s never too late to start or rekindle a yoga practice. Even a gentle practice can free your joints, access your inner calm, build core strength, and awaken your healing powers. The instructor focuses on safe and proper alignment, offering several variations to help you find sensation but never pain in each posture and movement. Recent studies show yoga significantly improves bone strength, increases memory and focus, helps with balance, improves the quality of sleep, and slows aging. All classes end with a guided savasana to restore and rejuvenate the spirit.

Location

Online Class
Streamed to your computer

things to bring

Yoga mat

sessions

March 7 - April 11
Tue 10:00 AM - Tue 10:15 AM
21 spots left
$ 103
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March 7 - April 11
Tue 10:00 AM - Tue 10:15 AM
22 spots left
$ 103
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instructor

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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.