Weekly Yoga – Gentle movement and meditation

Sundays (starting Sept. 10, 2017)
4:00-5:15 pm
2414 Towncrest Drive / The Sycamore
Pricing – $15 walk-in
Come regularly to this weekly practice and you’ll find not only community and increased skill, but you’ll also be able to hear yourself. I believe in “the yoga of inquiry” – meaning that there are questions arising in our lives all of the time by which we can live, but first we need to hear them. Whether your questions are about physical or mental well being, the journey of your soul, or a desire to belong, I invite you to join me in the practice of inquiry.
Note: I offer these classes in “sessions” which allow me to coordinate my teaching around travel and also to offer a discount to students who purchase the entire session. You can come to class at any time, however.

Begin Again 

Wednesday, August 16
700-9:00 pm
Heartland Yoga, 221 E. College Street
$20 or $15 for students and under-employed
Register with me at jennifernew42@gmail.com
Where are you right now? How do you want to move through the next 9 months until we meet with summer again? This ‘back-to-school’ workshop will use asana, breath work, guided meditation, and reflective exercises to help you find the questions and practices to both support and propel you into the new academic year.  You’ll leave feeling clearer about what it means to begin again.

Movement Series

In late fall, I’ll be offering conscious movement classes and partnering with other local teachers to provide introduction to various forms of somatic movement practices.

One on One

I am available for sessions with individuals and small groups. I am particularly interested in supporting those with anxiety and trauma.


“The soothing, mindful pace of her classes means that students must, eventually if not immediately, arrive at themselves. Jennifer’s classes balance work and release, with heavy emphasis on each student attuning to their own needs, and honoring them with loving- kindness.” – Alyssa, longtime yoga student

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