Yoga for Healthy Aging

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Wind down after a busy day with accessible, low-impact yoga stretches. Learn to free yourself of tension with special yoga breathing and meditation techniques. Yoga postures combined with therapeutic breathing not only relieves stress and tension from body and mind, but are weight-bearing and helpful in strengthening bones and raising resting metabolic rate for weight loss. Each class ends with a luxurious restorative pose. Suitable for everyone, from the inflexible office worker to the weekend warrior athlete looking to stretch, and for anyone needing to alleviate stress or anxiety.


Steinberg Wellness Center for Mind and Body

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Yoga mat


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Laraine Lippincott

Laraine Lippincott considers herself a yoga nerd and has been teaching yoga for 12 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.

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Randi Currier

Randi Currier has taught yoga for 20 years with deep gratitude for this ancient practice that has helped her to still her mind, stretch and strengthen her body and find her way back to her Self. She aspires for each of her students to make the yoga their own, allowing their own inner guidance to be the primary teacher.  Randi formerly worked as an environmental economist and a middle school math teacher and is also an Ayurvedic health counselor.