Breaking Down the Basics - Beginner's Workshop with Bettina Brown & Lise Bourque, Sunday March 25th 2:00-4:30 pm $40 in advance
-Vocabulary Used in Classes
-How to Use Props
-20 Physical Postures
-Take Home Guide
This workshop is available to 14 participants.
Please wear comfortable clothing. Participants will receive special discounts! 10% off all yoga accessories & a 10 class pass for $119
Bettina has been teaching yoga in the community since 2012. She is a Reiki Master Teacher, and specializes in meditation, gentle & chair yoga. She infuses her classes with Reiki and a deep sense of peace and consciousness. Bettina is available for private sessions and instruction.
Lise has been offering yoga classes since 2016. Lise believes yoga is ageless, yoga is good for the mind, body, and soul. Yoga has helped Lise feel centered and grounded. Lise and her husband own a business in Hyannis.
Vitality of the Spine with Jennifra Norton, Saturday March 24th, 2:00-4:00 pm, $30 in advance
In this workshop, we will explore the 6 directions of movement of the spine. Learn how to keep the spine mobile in postures ranging from reclining to balancing and everything in between. There’s a place for every body to experience this freedom with proficiency and safety.
In 1999 Jennifra made a New Year resolution to attend 8 yoga classes in 8 weeks. That was the start of a lasting love affair with the practice. Since then she has studied extensively and diligently in the Iyengar & Kripalu traditions in addition to Yin yoga.
In 2006 she completed her teacher training at The Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health and has been teaching ever since. Additionally, Jennifra is a certified Yin yoga teacher having studied with Bernie Clark.
With more than 2,000 hours of teaching experience and 26+ years of clinical experience as a neuromuscular therapist her teachings are based in safe alignment, precise & skillful movement and the development of discerning intelligence to realize your full potential.
In addition, her studies include Ayurveda, Buddhism, meditation and pranayama (yogic breath practices). Any free time spent walking her dog, Chip, on her bike or on the water is considered time well spent.