Gentle Yoga for Terrible Times



08/07/2021 3:00 pm - 10/23/2021 3:00 pm



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Human beings are not meant to be in constant fight, flight, or freeze mode. Chronic stress takes a devastating toll on our mental and physical well-being. If you are exhausted, stressed out, burnt out, or just looking to relax and nourish your mind, body, and spirit, please join me for 75 minutes of gentle yoga.

My mission is to make yoga accessible and inclusive for everyone, regardless of race/ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, income level, body size, or disability status. The primary goal of the class is to help you find a small bit of a peace and relaxation during scary and stressful times.

You will receive a Zoom link approximately 30 minutes before class begins every Saturday. Please check your spam/promotions folder.

What do I need?

Just a pillow and a blanket OR towel. It doesn’t matter what kind– whatever you have at home will work just fine.

What should I wear?

I recommend wearing whatever makes you feel comfortable like leggings, pajamas, sweatpants, or shorts. The main aspiration for the class is simply relaxation so we won’t be getting sweaty but you’ll want to wear something you can move around in a little.

What if I don’t want to be on camera?

No worries! You are more than welcome to turn your camera off. You will still be able to see and hear me but you won’t have to be seen if you prefer not to be.

How gentle is “gentle”?

The class is designed with accessibility in mind so all the postures will be seated or on the ground with variations/options given if you need or wish to remain seated and much of the class is devoted to meditation which does not require any movement at all. I encourage you to listen to your own body and decide what is right for you.

How much does the class cost?

This class is completely free as an offering to the community. My aspiration is to make the practice of yoga, breath work, and meditation as accessible as possible so that everyone can learn and be part of the community regardless of their economic situation. I often find that people who have the least are often the most generous and big-hearted so please do not feel obligated to contribute anything if it is at all a hardship; however, only if you truly have the means and feel so inclined, you can help defray some of the costs and sustain and support the class by signing up for a monthly membership here: