Yoga FAQs

What is Hatha Yoga? 

Yoga is an ancient discipline of movement and relaxation. Practiced on a regular basis, Yoga helps to quiet the mind and soothe the body while it improves breath, energy, and flexibility. Classes consist of gentle warm-up stretches and a series of postures called asanas. They follow the natural rhythms of the body synchronizing movement and breathing. Each class ends with a period of relaxation, which helps to integrate the healing benefits of the postures on the mind, body, and spirit. Every class leaves you feeling energized and in a state of harmony and balance.

 

Yoga is not a religion, a cult, or a competition. You don't have to be flexible or in perfect health to receive the benefits of Yoga. Yoga is about listening to your body and finding acceptance of where you are in the present moment. 

What do I wear?

Dress in loose fitting pants and tops. Layering is suggested so that when you cool down you can one of your layers back on. We do not wear shoes but certainly wear socks until you feel warm enough to take them off.

What time should I be in class? 

Classes start at the time stated on the schedule. It is important for the well-being of all students that you arrive at least 10 minutes before your class time. Come in quietly if you are running late. 

Where do I park?

We have room for cars in the back of the studio but be careful leaving as the driveway is very narrow. Parking on the street is the best bet if weather is inclement. We don't own the lot next door. 

What about cancellations? 

Weekdays we close when the schools are closed due to bad weather. On the weekends it is best to call 508.746.4446 to make sure that the Sat. morning or Sunday afternoon class is taking place.

What else do I need to know about the YogaConnection?

We appreciate it if you don't use perfume as a kindness to those who are sensitive to smell. Also, too much jewelry really gets in the way in some of the postures. 

Reiki, Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra
December 7th, 2019

Reiki, Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra
December 7th, 2019

Reiki, Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra
December 7th, 2019

Schedule Updates

We have new classes
in the new year,
including Qigong.

Please check our Calendar
for the most updated schedule. 


Carol's Thursday afternoon
class and Ashley's Monday
morning class are both
 suspended for now.

New Classes

We welcome teachers
from Breathing Lotus!

Colleen Duggan-Cuomo,
Ashley Ware and Paul Shea

are now on the schedule

on Sundays, Mondays

Tuesdays & Wednesdays.

Please check our
Schedule for times.

We will post further information as
we hear.

Tuesday Evening Series
with Gail or Kelley

Flow and Restore
Continues
 

 

with
Gail Belaief and Kelley Pearce
as your instructors. 

 

This class designed to facilitate creating space and weaving breath into a mindful flow, followed by restorative rest. 

 

5:45pm Tuesdays

 

January Recharge & Renew
7th, 14th, 21st & 28th

Drop in when you can!

$15 each, or class card.
  

All levels welcome!

Breathing Lotus
Teacher Training
begins January 8th, 2020

At the YogaConnection

In Breathing Lotus's 200hr foundational Teacher Training, students not only learn the skills necessary to lead inspirational yoga classes, but how to bring yoga into every aspect of their lives.

Next training begins
Wednesday,
January 8th, 2020,
at 6:15pm, and continues
through June.

Learn more at
 https://www.breathinglotus.net/yoga-teacher-training.
 

Meditation Workshops
with Paul and Colleen
January 18 & 19, 2020

At the YogaConnection

A series of three workshops
covering all aspects of
meditation.

May be taken independently
or as a full weekend.

Learn much more here
at breathinglotus.net

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