In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an
— Albert Camus (1913-1960) French Writer
Alternative Healing Modals (acupressure, chakras)
Dealing with Specific Symptoms/Modifications (because everyone can do yoga, forreals)
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Leverett House: Old Lev Library 6:00 – 7:00 pm
Yoga in the Yard : (subbing) 5:30 – 6:30 pm outside Memorial Church
Winthrop House: Junior Common Room 3:00 – 4:00 pm
Yoga by the River: presented by the Yoga River Conservancy 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Somewhere by the river in front of Winthrop/Lev House, hopefully avoiding goose poop. Locate me+my yoga mat! All you need is comfortable clothes, a towel or mat if you don’t like grass yoga, and a smile. This is not limited to Harvard students at all, everyone is welcome. And everyone can do yoga, even with injuries or a unflexible body so please come 🙂
Memorial Church (a la Harvard Wellness Center): within Harvard Yard, across from Widener library. usually somewhere on the grass around the building. I like grass, a lot. Can you tell?
@ Harvard Community Garden: opposite side of Mt. Auburn from UHS/Finale’s. Surround yourself with herbs and food and plants (literally best things ever) and do some yoga.
Introduction to Yoga Class
This class is not limited to beginners as it can be a great refresher for the experienced yogi too. I will be breaking down poses more and introducing other aspects of yoga (like breathing, meditation, philosophy). May be a little wordy, but I am determined to make sure you protect your spine, joints, and everything else so there will be a lot of alignment tips. There will be some Vinyasa flow-time for integration, so fear not.
Vinyasa Flow (moderate intensity)
Multi-level class (total beginners can still come!). Will move through a lot more postures, core awareness work, stacking, and be very movement-breath orientated. A small still meditation/breathing component can always be expected.