A New Year’s Weekend Three-fer

Three is a magic number.

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There are three opportunities to catch a class with me this New Year’s weekend. On Friday, December 29, I’ll be subbing for my teacher Marc St. Pierre. On Sunday morning, December 31, I will be offering a yoga class in lieu of a formal worship service at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Andover, of which I am a member (and past President).

  1. Intro to Yoga 7:30 AM, Friday, December 29 at Yoga Śakti in Salem, MA.
    • For beginning and continuing students (who want to go back to basics or working with physical limitations including injuries) to introduce the key principles of correct alignment in the yoga poses, how to use the breath and how to effectively relax. Emphasis on foundational poses to develop strength, flexibility and balance.
  2. Dynamic Yoga, 9:00 AM, Friday, December 29 also at Yoga Śakti in Salem, MA.
    • This 75 min. class is taught by our own Master Teacher Trainer, Marc St. Pierre. His therapeutic alignment techniques blended with fun asana sequences guide the practitioner to greatly expand his/her practice in a physically dynamic and mindful. Appropriate for the new or seasoned student.


  3. New Year’s Eve Yoga, 10:30 AM Sunday, December 31at Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Andover (MA).
    • It’s often said that yoga means “union,” which implies “of opposites.” To start the New Year off right, join Congregation member, sociologist, and yoga teacher Richard Hudak for some gentle āsana (poses), call and response chanting, meditation, and reflection upon the potent, liminal time between the old year and new. Please wear loose, comfortable clothing, and bring any yoga mats or props you may have. (The Congregation has some available.) The physical practice will offer options to accommodate a range of ability.