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chelmsford community education department

170 dalton rd.
chelmsford, ma 01824
978.251.5151

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CLASSES BEGIN APRIL 12TH

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beginning/gentle kripalu yoga

Wednesdays, 7:30- 8:45 pm

kripalu means compassion! kripalu yoga is named for swami kripalu. it is a meditative practice that emphasizes embodying the qualities of compassion and acceptance, practicing nonjudgmental self-inquiry and self-acceptance, as well as taking your yoga practice off your mat and into your everyday life. 

students are encouraged to practice at their own pace, listening to and honor their body's innate wisdom and following the flow of prana(life force energy) in the body.

This class is great for those with little or no yoga experience seeking stress relief and physical fitness. The practice of yoga can increase flexibility and strength and reduce stress, while developing self-knowledge, clarity of mind and a sense of well-being. Beginner Yoga is appropriate for people of most levels of physical ability, flexibility and body type. Students will be introduced to basic postures, gentle stretches, conscious breathing and deep relaxation techniques. Please bring a yoga mat and a small pillow or cushion.

Spring Session 

April 12th - May 31st - 8 weeks

**Drop-ins now accepted** $15.00

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intermediate kripalu yoga

wednesdays, 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm

kripalu means compassion! kripalu yoga is named for swami kripalu, and is a meditative practice that emphasizes embodying the qualities of compassion and acceptance, practicing nonjudgmental self-inquiry and self-acceptance, as well as taking your yoga practice off your mat and into your daily life. 

students are encouraged to practice at their own pace, listening to and honor their body's innate wisdom and following the flow of prana(life force energy) in the body.

intermediate kripalu yoga will challenge you on your own terms. this class assumes you know the basics and have body awareness. we will work with more varied and challenging postures and slow, mindful vinyasa (flow of postures moving with breath), as well as longer meditative holdings of postures, while still offering lots of options and modifications and plenty of space for each student to move at their own pace.

you'll take from this class a release of deeply held tension, an increase in strength, balance and flexibility in your body, more focus and clarity of mind, and a deeper sense of compassion, self-awareness & self-acceptance. 

wednesdays, 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm

This class returns in fall 2017