Date: Sunday, April 8, 6-8pm
Location: Mt Hood Golf Club
100 Slayton Rd, Melrose, MA
Join Amy Sinclair for a 75 minute gentle vinyasa class ending with some yin and restorative postures. The class is held in front of the floor to ceiling stone fireplace in Mount Hood's function room. We will be serenaded by live acoustic music therapist, Caitlin Hyatt. We will end class with a guided meditation, and savasana. Once we awaken from our dream-like state, there will be a tea time reception! It's the perfect way to nourish your body and soul and practice loving kindness, to yourself and others!
A nourishing yoga practice, live music, loving kindness meditation, and a soul-warming cuppa tea, what could be better on a Sunday Evening?
This event is a food drive for Wakefield Interfaith Food Pantry! Please bring a non-perishable, non expired food item to donate.
Here's a list of most wanted items:
Brand Name Cereal
Jelly or Jam
Canned pasta meals
Campbells or 10 oz canned soup
Spaghetti Sauce (Jars)
*please bring a yoga mat, yoga props you may have, water, blanket, and socks!
More info about our Yoga instructor, Amy:
On somewhat of a whim, before ever having stepped foot in a yoga studio, Amy enrolled in Yoga Teacher Training in January, 2013. Soon after graduation in summer 2013, Amy began teaching yoga, and hasn't stopped since. In March 2014, Amy completed her 100-Hour Barre & Soul Teacher Training (also on a whim) with Barre & Soul founder, Andrea Isabelle Lucas. In November 2014, Amy quit her full time job as a food scientist to teach yoga and barre full time. Since then, Amy has taught over 1500 barre classes, and over 600 yoga classes. She now serves as a leader of Barre Teacher training, and a mentor for new barre and yoga teachers. She has plans to assist with yoga teacher trainings as well.
Amy's teaching style is light-hearted and playful, but also challenging. Amy's yoga classes are intelligently sequenced with care. Amy's barre classes are a blend of mindful movements, and positivity. Amy hopes to bring the joy and inspiration she found through a regular yoga and barre practice to as many people as possible. Her students describe her as authentic, honest, and compassionate.
In 2016, Amy began pursuing her life long (dormant) dream of becoming a firefighter. She completed her EMT training in March 2017, and is now on the eligibility list for Massachusetts firefigher's. You can keep up to date with Amy's progress on her blog.
Is my registration/ticket transferrable/refundable?
Sorry, no refunds are available! You may pass your ticket on to another person.