4 Elm Street | Kingston, MA 02364 | 781-585-4221
Yoga for Grief with Susan Connolly
Susan is a certified yoga instructor and bereaved mom who brings a special element of support and caring to her classes, which explore embodied movement, breath work and meditation. Each week there will be an alter to display photos or items of our loved ones.
Classes begin with warm-up movements and breath awareness to prepare for yoga postures. The heart of each class is a sequence of postures that stretch, strengthen, and balance your body. Each class ends with deep relaxation and meditation. This class will be a gentle yoga class.
Claire also teaches periodic Restorative Yoga Classes. Restorative Yoga is a very gentle practice — perfect for deep relaxation, healing and stress relief. Pillows and folded blankets are employed to support your body so that you can hold the restorative yoga postures for along time — typically 5-10 minutes. You get the benefits of an intense yoga practice without having to use much effort! The class also includes warm-up postures, meditation, and yogic breathing. After a restorative yoga session, most people feel rested, content, and more connected to themselves. Please consider treating yourself to one of these gentle but powerful classes.
Linda has a MA Psychology, MPA, Reiki Master, and Certified Akashic Healer. She is also a Certified Pranic Healer, ITKYA Certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher, Certified YogaFit Instructor and member of the American Society of Dowsers.Linda has been teaching classes in Yoga, Meditation, Alternative Healing, Acupressure, Subtle Energy Healing, Dowsing and Flower Essences. She has maintained an active healing practice for over 15 years. Linda has organized and led healing circles in NYC and CT for over 5 years.
Fang has been an instructor in Taiwan and the
United States, 10 years in the United States; current 4 years affiliation with Jungle Plex, Plymouth; additional classes at The Pine Hills Stonebridge Club, the Simple Soothing Sanctuary in Kingston, Radius Health Care Center, and the Plymouth Council on Aging