Jan
25
10:00 AM10:00

Vital Roots Yoga

Join us for this 75 minute, all levels yoga class. Each class is designed to bring balance to the mind and body with flowing yoga postures, alignment, breathwork, guided meditation, and deep relaxation. You will learn to work with your subtle energy architecture, and use the power of awareness to harmonize mind and body. This is your invitation to work with the basics of yoga to clear away stress and invite more vitality into your life. Drop in for $12 or sign up for the whole series for $60.

Tina Ghantous Maher has been creatively weaving  movement, breath, and meditation into her yoga classes since establishing Moon Rise Yoga ten years ago in the Northeast Kingdom.  She strives to bring others into the awakened healing potential of their own power. She is a mother of two from Glover, who has been on many journeys. Her background includes yoga, bodywork, herbal medicine, Ayurveda, Shakti Meditation, Shamanic Traditions, and other topics related, and seemingly unrelated. Tina offers yoga and other courses as healing arts, drawing inspiration from life, the land, her ancestry, and the wheel of the year. www.moonriseyoga.net.



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Jan
26
9:15 AM09:15

Hatha Yoga w/ Gretchen

- the balancing of sun and moon or heat and cooling - is a gentle practice that seeks to create union within the body and mind. This practice offers a combination of energizing, warming postures followed by slower, relaxing postures to tune into one’s inner light. 

In addition to practicing a gentle flow, learn to incorporate various pranayama (movement of the life force through breath) and mantra (meditational sound) techniques. All body shapes, sizes and experience levels welcome to grow and flow together!  For questions and to pre-register, email Gretchen at gfkaija@gmail.com.

 **We need 5 students in order to run this series, so please sign up!!!** Only $60 for 6 weeks!

Gretchen lives in Peacham and found the yoga practice six years ago. She completed her YTT 200-hour Hatha/Ashtanga certificate with Chandra Yoga School in Rishikesh, India. Gretchen enjoys how the yoga practice serves as an indicator of what the body, mind and heart each crave at various points in life. For this reason, she aims to incorporate all of the senses in her yoga teaching. When Gretchen is not on her mat, she is either in the kitchen baking bread, in the garden tending her tomatoes, or traveling with her sweet fiancé.

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Jan
26
11:00 AM11:00

Gentle/Restorative Yoga w/ Kristi

Restorative is a gentle form of yoga done lying down, using bolsters, blankets, and blocks to fully support the body in a variety of comfortable, long-held resting postures. This practice promotes the relaxation response, calming the nervous system and reducing stress, fatigue, and insomnia. Highly recommended as the antidote to a busy life… leaving you feeling relaxed, renewed, and refreshed.

Kristi includes gentle, hands-on techniques and aromatherapy to promote deep relaxation. Appropriate for beginners to advanced practitioners.

Advance registration required; space limited to 10 people. To sign up, email: kblovesyoga@gmail.com. Cost of course is $20.

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Jan
27
4:30 PM16:30

Prenatal Yoga

Pregnancy is a magical and amazing metamorphosis, a journey into transformation and a time to listen intently to our changing bodies.  Prenatal Yoga invites us to be the ever present witness to the miracle of our babies growing inside of us.  Join other pregnant mamas through inquiry, experience, and fluid movement on the mat.  Each wombman will have the freedom to share her pregnancy journey every week in a safe and sacred space. Classes include breath work, meditation, relaxation, gentle stretching, fluid movement, and poses to strengthen the areas of the body we will need most for pregnancy, our birthing experience, and our new mama bodies.

Emily is a hatha and prenatal yoga teacher. She has completed a 500-hour Yoga Alliance Certified Teacher Training through Laughing River Yoga in Burlington, VT and a Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training through Pranakriya Yoga. Emily approaches yoga as a path of self-inquiry, and works to create a space where positive change is possible for all students, regardless of their level of yoga experience.

Pre-registration encouraged! Email emily.neilsen@gmail.com. $60/series or $12 drop-in fee.

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Jan
27
6:00 PM18:00

Ashtanga Primary Series w/ Emily & Mary

The original flowing vinyasa practice encourages tapas, building the internal heat that supports the physical practice of stretching and strengthening and the energetic or spiritual transformation that becomes possible with focused practice. Synchronizing strong and steady Ujjayi breath with a set rhythm of sun salutations, standing postures, sitting postures and closing sequence, your practice can become a moving meditation. Prior yoga experience is recommended for this class. 

Mary and Emily first spotted each other in Burlington at Yoga Vermont, where they have over 30 combined years of Ashtanga experience, including yoga teacher trainings with Kathy McNames and David Swenson. Years later, when they next spotted each other at the Craftsbury General Store, the Ashtangis whooped with joy and have been practicing primary series together as often as possible since then, preferably outside in the sunshine as wildflowers and butterflies pass through their drishti. They're so happy to offer their gratitude and love for this practice by teaching it for others.

$12 drop in or $60 for the six week series. For questions or to pre-register email emily.kniffin@gmail.com.



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Jan
28
5:30 PM17:30

Yoga for a Happy, Healthy Spine

A happy and healthy spine is the foundation of all our daily movements. Is your neck or back a little cranky sometimes? Do you feel tension and stress after sitting at work all day? Are you unsure of how to strengthen your core safely? Practice this safe and gentle class to relieve the tension and stress that is holding you back. An interesting blend of yoga poses, spine education, postural awareness, stretching, strengthening and breath work... all while decreasing your stress! This class is for everyone, even if you’ve never done yoga before.

Kristi is a native Vermonter with a compassionate heart, calming voice, and encouraging and uplifting spirit. She began practicing yoga at 48 years old and was astounded with the changes in her body, mind and spirit. She is not a “super flexible yoga person,” understands the crankiness that comes with aging, and utilizes props to make yoga possible for everyone. After 25 years of providing physical therapy, she pursued her 200 and advanced 300 yoga teacher training with Daniel Orlansky at Yoga of Energy Flow in the Boston area. Her diverse training included Alignment/Iyengar, Kundalini, Meridian, Yin, Restorative, Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra, Kali Ray Triyoga, Vinyasa and Qigong. She warmly welcomes you to join her in sharing this beautiful, ancient practice to find peace, tranquility, and strength to weather all the changes that life brings.

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Jan
30
10:15 AM10:15

Baby & Me Yoga + Mother's Milk Café

Baby and Me Yoga! For you (mom, dad, or any infant caregiver) and your little one. Stretch, breathe, relax and move with your baby.  Class includes introductions and a safe space to share and connect with other parents and babies.  We will explore gentle movement and massage with baby, parent/caregiver self care, baby and me yoga postures, and ways to revisit our asana poses with babies safely in arms or nearby. This class also offers time for body awareness in the fourth trimester with topics like diastasis recti (abdominal separation), pelvic floor rehab and conditioning, and the benefits of parent/baby bond through touch and movement. For babies 8 weeks old to 1 year old (or walking) and their caregivers. Yoga is 10:15-11:00 a.m., $5-10 suggested donation. 

Mother's Milk Cafe: A circle of support for breastfeeding mothers. Join us after yoga for tea and snacks in a relaxed and caring environment. Facilitated by Heidi Eames, IBCLC from 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Free! Bring your own snacks or some to share.

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Feb
1
10:00 AM10:00

Vital Roots Yoga

Join us for this 75 minute, all levels yoga class. Each class is designed to bring balance to the mind and body with flowing yoga postures, alignment, breathwork, guided meditation, and deep relaxation. You will learn to work with your subtle energy architecture, and use the power of awareness to harmonize mind and body. This is your invitation to work with the basics of yoga to clear away stress and invite more vitality into your life. Drop in for $12 or sign up for the whole series for $60.

Tina Ghantous Maher has been creatively weaving  movement, breath, and meditation into her yoga classes since establishing Moon Rise Yoga ten years ago in the Northeast Kingdom.  She strives to bring others into the awakened healing potential of their own power. She is a mother of two from Glover, who has been on many journeys. Her background includes yoga, bodywork, herbal medicine, Ayurveda, Shakti Meditation, Shamanic Traditions, and other topics related, and seemingly unrelated. Tina offers yoga and other courses as healing arts, drawing inspiration from life, the land, her ancestry, and the wheel of the year. www.moonriseyoga.net.



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Feb
3
1:00 PM13:00

Gentle/Restorative Yoga w/ Kristi

Restorative is a gentle form of yoga done lying down, using bolsters, blankets, and blocks to fully support the body in a variety of comfortable, long-held resting postures. This practice promotes the relaxation response, calming the nervous system and reducing stress, fatigue, and insomnia. Highly recommended as the antidote to a busy life… leaving you feeling relaxed, renewed, and refreshed.

Kristi includes gentle, hands-on techniques and aromatherapy to promote deep relaxation. Appropriate for beginners to advanced practitioners.

Advance registration required; space limited to 10 people. To sign up, email: kblovesyoga@gmail.com. Cost of course is $20.

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Feb
3
4:30 PM16:30

Prenatal Yoga

Pregnancy is a magical and amazing metamorphosis, a journey into transformation and a time to listen intently to our changing bodies.  Prenatal Yoga invites us to be the ever present witness to the miracle of our babies growing inside of us.  Join other pregnant mamas through inquiry, experience, and fluid movement on the mat.  Each wombman will have the freedom to share her pregnancy journey every week in a safe and sacred space. Classes include breath work, meditation, relaxation, gentle stretching, fluid movement, and poses to strengthen the areas of the body we will need most for pregnancy, our birthing experience, and our new mama bodies.

Emily is a hatha and prenatal yoga teacher. She has completed a 500-hour Yoga Alliance Certified Teacher Training through Laughing River Yoga in Burlington, VT and a Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training through Pranakriya Yoga. Emily approaches yoga as a path of self-inquiry, and works to create a space where positive change is possible for all students, regardless of their level of yoga experience.

Pre-registration encouraged! Email emily.neilsen@gmail.com. $60/series or $12 drop-in fee.

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Feb
3
6:00 PM18:00

Ashtanga Primary Series w/ Emily & Mary

The original flowing vinyasa practice encourages tapas, building the internal heat that supports the physical practice of stretching and strengthening and the energetic or spiritual transformation that becomes possible with focused practice. Synchronizing strong and steady Ujjayi breath with a set rhythm of sun salutations, standing postures, sitting postures and closing sequence, your practice can become a moving meditation. Prior yoga experience is recommended for this class. 

Mary and Emily first spotted each other in Burlington at Yoga Vermont, where they have over 30 combined years of Ashtanga experience, including yoga teacher trainings with Kathy McNames and David Swenson. Years later, when they next spotted each other at the Craftsbury General Store, the Ashtangis whooped with joy and have been practicing primary series together as often as possible since then, preferably outside in the sunshine as wildflowers and butterflies pass through their drishti. They're so happy to offer their gratitude and love for this practice by teaching it for others.

$12 drop in or $60 for the six week series. For questions or to pre-register email emily.kniffin@gmail.com.



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Feb
4
5:30 PM17:30

Yoga for a Happy, Healthy Spine

A happy and healthy spine is the foundation of all our daily movements. Is your neck or back a little cranky sometimes? Do you feel tension and stress after sitting at work all day? Are you unsure of how to strengthen your core safely? Practice this safe and gentle class to relieve the tension and stress that is holding you back. An interesting blend of yoga poses, spine education, postural awareness, stretching, strengthening and breath work... all while decreasing your stress! This class is for everyone, even if you’ve never done yoga before.

Kristi is a native Vermonter with a compassionate heart, calming voice, and encouraging and uplifting spirit. She began practicing yoga at 48 years old and was astounded with the changes in her body, mind and spirit. She is not a “super flexible yoga person,” understands the crankiness that comes with aging, and utilizes props to make yoga possible for everyone. After 25 years of providing physical therapy, she pursued her 200 and advanced 300 yoga teacher training with Daniel Orlansky at Yoga of Energy Flow in the Boston area. Her diverse training included Alignment/Iyengar, Kundalini, Meridian, Yin, Restorative, Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra, Kali Ray Triyoga, Vinyasa and Qigong. She warmly welcomes you to join her in sharing this beautiful, ancient practice to find peace, tranquility, and strength to weather all the changes that life brings.

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Feb
8
10:00 AM10:00

Vital Roots Yoga

Join us for this 75 minute, all levels yoga class. Each class is designed to bring balance to the mind and body with flowing yoga postures, alignment, breathwork, guided meditation, and deep relaxation. You will learn to work with your subtle energy architecture, and use the power of awareness to harmonize mind and body. This is your invitation to work with the basics of yoga to clear away stress and invite more vitality into your life. Drop in for $12 or sign up for the whole series for $60.

Tina Ghantous Maher has been creatively weaving  movement, breath, and meditation into her yoga classes since establishing Moon Rise Yoga ten years ago in the Northeast Kingdom.  She strives to bring others into the awakened healing potential of their own power. She is a mother of two from Glover, who has been on many journeys. Her background includes yoga, bodywork, herbal medicine, Ayurveda, Shakti Meditation, Shamanic Traditions, and other topics related, and seemingly unrelated. Tina offers yoga and other courses as healing arts, drawing inspiration from life, the land, her ancestry, and the wheel of the year. www.moonriseyoga.net.



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Feb
9
9:15 AM09:15

Hatha Yoga w/ Gretchen

- the balancing of sun and moon or heat and cooling - is a gentle practice that seeks to create union within the body and mind. This practice offers a combination of energizing, warming postures followed by slower, relaxing postures to tune into one’s inner light. 

In addition to practicing a gentle flow, learn to incorporate various pranayama (movement of the life force through breath) and mantra (meditational sound) techniques. All body shapes, sizes and experience levels welcome to grow and flow together!  For questions and to pre-register, email Gretchen at gfkaija@gmail.com.

 **We need 5 students in order to run this series, so please sign up!!!** Only $60 for 6 weeks!

Gretchen lives in Peacham and found the yoga practice six years ago. She completed her YTT 200-hour Hatha/Ashtanga certificate with Chandra Yoga School in Rishikesh, India. Gretchen enjoys how the yoga practice serves as an indicator of what the body, mind and heart each crave at various points in life. For this reason, she aims to incorporate all of the senses in her yoga teaching. When Gretchen is not on her mat, she is either in the kitchen baking bread, in the garden tending her tomatoes, or traveling with her sweet fiancé.

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Feb
10
1:00 PM13:00

Gentle/Restorative Yoga w/ Kristi

Restorative is a gentle form of yoga done lying down, using bolsters, blankets, and blocks to fully support the body in a variety of comfortable, long-held resting postures. This practice promotes the relaxation response, calming the nervous system and reducing stress, fatigue, and insomnia. Highly recommended as the antidote to a busy life… leaving you feeling relaxed, renewed, and refreshed.

Kristi includes gentle, hands-on techniques and aromatherapy to promote deep relaxation. Appropriate for beginners to advanced practitioners.

Advance registration required; space limited to 10 people. To sign up, email: kblovesyoga@gmail.com. Cost of course is $20.

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Feb
10
4:30 PM16:30

Prenatal Yoga

Pregnancy is a magical and amazing metamorphosis, a journey into transformation and a time to listen intently to our changing bodies.  Prenatal Yoga invites us to be the ever present witness to the miracle of our babies growing inside of us.  Join other pregnant mamas through inquiry, experience, and fluid movement on the mat.  Each wombman will have the freedom to share her pregnancy journey every week in a safe and sacred space. Classes include breath work, meditation, relaxation, gentle stretching, fluid movement, and poses to strengthen the areas of the body we will need most for pregnancy, our birthing experience, and our new mama bodies.

Emily is a hatha and prenatal yoga teacher. She has completed a 500-hour Yoga Alliance Certified Teacher Training through Laughing River Yoga in Burlington, VT and a Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training through Pranakriya Yoga. Emily approaches yoga as a path of self-inquiry, and works to create a space where positive change is possible for all students, regardless of their level of yoga experience.

Pre-registration encouraged! Email emily.neilsen@gmail.com. $60/series or $12 drop-in fee.

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Feb
10
6:00 PM18:00

Ashtanga Primary Series w/ Emily & Mary

The original flowing vinyasa practice encourages tapas, building the internal heat that supports the physical practice of stretching and strengthening and the energetic or spiritual transformation that becomes possible with focused practice. Synchronizing strong and steady Ujjayi breath with a set rhythm of sun salutations, standing postures, sitting postures and closing sequence, your practice can become a moving meditation. Prior yoga experience is recommended for this class. 

Mary and Emily first spotted each other in Burlington at Yoga Vermont, where they have over 30 combined years of Ashtanga experience, including yoga teacher trainings with Kathy McNames and David Swenson. Years later, when they next spotted each other at the Craftsbury General Store, the Ashtangis whooped with joy and have been practicing primary series together as often as possible since then, preferably outside in the sunshine as wildflowers and butterflies pass through their drishti. They're so happy to offer their gratitude and love for this practice by teaching it for others.

$12 drop in or $60 for the six week series. For questions or to pre-register email emily.kniffin@gmail.com.



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Feb
11
5:30 PM17:30

Yoga for a Happy, Healthy Spine

A happy and healthy spine is the foundation of all our daily movements. Is your neck or back a little cranky sometimes? Do you feel tension and stress after sitting at work all day? Are you unsure of how to strengthen your core safely? Practice this safe and gentle class to relieve the tension and stress that is holding you back. An interesting blend of yoga poses, spine education, postural awareness, stretching, strengthening and breath work... all while decreasing your stress! This class is for everyone, even if you’ve never done yoga before.

Kristi is a native Vermonter with a compassionate heart, calming voice, and encouraging and uplifting spirit. She began practicing yoga at 48 years old and was astounded with the changes in her body, mind and spirit. She is not a “super flexible yoga person,” understands the crankiness that comes with aging, and utilizes props to make yoga possible for everyone. After 25 years of providing physical therapy, she pursued her 200 and advanced 300 yoga teacher training with Daniel Orlansky at Yoga of Energy Flow in the Boston area. Her diverse training included Alignment/Iyengar, Kundalini, Meridian, Yin, Restorative, Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra, Kali Ray Triyoga, Vinyasa and Qigong. She warmly welcomes you to join her in sharing this beautiful, ancient practice to find peace, tranquility, and strength to weather all the changes that life brings.

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Feb
15
10:00 AM10:00

Vital Roots Yoga

Join us for this 75 minute, all levels yoga class. Each class is designed to bring balance to the mind and body with flowing yoga postures, alignment, breathwork, guided meditation, and deep relaxation. You will learn to work with your subtle energy architecture, and use the power of awareness to harmonize mind and body. This is your invitation to work with the basics of yoga to clear away stress and invite more vitality into your life. Drop in for $12 or sign up for the whole series for $60.

Tina Ghantous Maher has been creatively weaving  movement, breath, and meditation into her yoga classes since establishing Moon Rise Yoga ten years ago in the Northeast Kingdom.  She strives to bring others into the awakened healing potential of their own power. She is a mother of two from Glover, who has been on many journeys. Her background includes yoga, bodywork, herbal medicine, Ayurveda, Shakti Meditation, Shamanic Traditions, and other topics related, and seemingly unrelated. Tina offers yoga and other courses as healing arts, drawing inspiration from life, the land, her ancestry, and the wheel of the year. www.moonriseyoga.net.



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Feb
16
9:15 AM09:15

Hatha Yoga w/ Gretchen

- the balancing of sun and moon or heat and cooling - is a gentle practice that seeks to create union within the body and mind. This practice offers a combination of energizing, warming postures followed by slower, relaxing postures to tune into one’s inner light. 

In addition to practicing a gentle flow, learn to incorporate various pranayama (movement of the life force through breath) and mantra (meditational sound) techniques. All body shapes, sizes and experience levels welcome to grow and flow together!  For questions and to pre-register, email Gretchen at gfkaija@gmail.com.

 **We need 5 students in order to run this series, so please sign up!!!** Only $60 for 6 weeks!

Gretchen lives in Peacham and found the yoga practice six years ago. She completed her YTT 200-hour Hatha/Ashtanga certificate with Chandra Yoga School in Rishikesh, India. Gretchen enjoys how the yoga practice serves as an indicator of what the body, mind and heart each crave at various points in life. For this reason, she aims to incorporate all of the senses in her yoga teaching. When Gretchen is not on her mat, she is either in the kitchen baking bread, in the garden tending her tomatoes, or traveling with her sweet fiancé.

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Feb
17
1:00 PM13:00

Gentle/Restorative Yoga w/ Kristi

Restorative is a gentle form of yoga done lying down, using bolsters, blankets, and blocks to fully support the body in a variety of comfortable, long-held resting postures. This practice promotes the relaxation response, calming the nervous system and reducing stress, fatigue, and insomnia. Highly recommended as the antidote to a busy life… leaving you feeling relaxed, renewed, and refreshed.

Kristi includes gentle, hands-on techniques and aromatherapy to promote deep relaxation. Appropriate for beginners to advanced practitioners.

Advance registration required; space limited to 10 people. To sign up, email: kblovesyoga@gmail.com. Cost of course is $20.

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Feb
17
6:00 PM18:00

Ashtanga Primary Series w/ Emily & Mary

The original flowing vinyasa practice encourages tapas, building the internal heat that supports the physical practice of stretching and strengthening and the energetic or spiritual transformation that becomes possible with focused practice. Synchronizing strong and steady Ujjayi breath with a set rhythm of sun salutations, standing postures, sitting postures and closing sequence, your practice can become a moving meditation. Prior yoga experience is recommended for this class. 

Mary and Emily first spotted each other in Burlington at Yoga Vermont, where they have over 30 combined years of Ashtanga experience, including yoga teacher trainings with Kathy McNames and David Swenson. Years later, when they next spotted each other at the Craftsbury General Store, the Ashtangis whooped with joy and have been practicing primary series together as often as possible since then, preferably outside in the sunshine as wildflowers and butterflies pass through their drishti. They're so happy to offer their gratitude and love for this practice by teaching it for others.

$12 drop in or $60 for the six week series. For questions or to pre-register email emily.kniffin@gmail.com.



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Feb
18
5:30 PM17:30

Yoga for a Happy, Healthy Spine

A happy and healthy spine is the foundation of all our daily movements. Is your neck or back a little cranky sometimes? Do you feel tension and stress after sitting at work all day? Are you unsure of how to strengthen your core safely? Practice this safe and gentle class to relieve the tension and stress that is holding you back. An interesting blend of yoga poses, spine education, postural awareness, stretching, strengthening and breath work... all while decreasing your stress! This class is for everyone, even if you’ve never done yoga before.

Kristi is a native Vermonter with a compassionate heart, calming voice, and encouraging and uplifting spirit. She began practicing yoga at 48 years old and was astounded with the changes in her body, mind and spirit. She is not a “super flexible yoga person,” understands the crankiness that comes with aging, and utilizes props to make yoga possible for everyone. After 25 years of providing physical therapy, she pursued her 200 and advanced 300 yoga teacher training with Daniel Orlansky at Yoga of Energy Flow in the Boston area. Her diverse training included Alignment/Iyengar, Kundalini, Meridian, Yin, Restorative, Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra, Kali Ray Triyoga, Vinyasa and Qigong. She warmly welcomes you to join her in sharing this beautiful, ancient practice to find peace, tranquility, and strength to weather all the changes that life brings.

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Feb
23
9:15 AM09:15

Hatha Yoga w/ Gretchen

- the balancing of sun and moon or heat and cooling - is a gentle practice that seeks to create union within the body and mind. This practice offers a combination of energizing, warming postures followed by slower, relaxing postures to tune into one’s inner light. 

In addition to practicing a gentle flow, learn to incorporate various pranayama (movement of the life force through breath) and mantra (meditational sound) techniques. All body shapes, sizes and experience levels welcome to grow and flow together!  For questions and to pre-register, email Gretchen at gfkaija@gmail.com.

 **We need 5 students in order to run this series, so please sign up!!!** Only $60 for 6 weeks!

Gretchen lives in Peacham and found the yoga practice six years ago. She completed her YTT 200-hour Hatha/Ashtanga certificate with Chandra Yoga School in Rishikesh, India. Gretchen enjoys how the yoga practice serves as an indicator of what the body, mind and heart each crave at various points in life. For this reason, she aims to incorporate all of the senses in her yoga teaching. When Gretchen is not on her mat, she is either in the kitchen baking bread, in the garden tending her tomatoes, or traveling with her sweet fiancé.

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Feb
24
1:00 PM13:00

Gentle/Restorative Yoga w/ Kristi

Restorative is a gentle form of yoga done lying down, using bolsters, blankets, and blocks to fully support the body in a variety of comfortable, long-held resting postures. This practice promotes the relaxation response, calming the nervous system and reducing stress, fatigue, and insomnia. Highly recommended as the antidote to a busy life… leaving you feeling relaxed, renewed, and refreshed.

Kristi includes gentle, hands-on techniques and aromatherapy to promote deep relaxation. Appropriate for beginners to advanced practitioners.

Advance registration required; space limited to 10 people. To sign up, email: kblovesyoga@gmail.com. Cost of course is $20.

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Feb
25
5:30 PM17:30

Yoga for a Happy, Healthy Spine

A happy and healthy spine is the foundation of all our daily movements. Is your neck or back a little cranky sometimes? Do you feel tension and stress after sitting at work all day? Are you unsure of how to strengthen your core safely? Practice this safe and gentle class to relieve the tension and stress that is holding you back. An interesting blend of yoga poses, spine education, postural awareness, stretching, strengthening and breath work... all while decreasing your stress! This class is for everyone, even if you’ve never done yoga before.

Kristi is a native Vermonter with a compassionate heart, calming voice, and encouraging and uplifting spirit. She began practicing yoga at 48 years old and was astounded with the changes in her body, mind and spirit. She is not a “super flexible yoga person,” understands the crankiness that comes with aging, and utilizes props to make yoga possible for everyone. After 25 years of providing physical therapy, she pursued her 200 and advanced 300 yoga teacher training with Daniel Orlansky at Yoga of Energy Flow in the Boston area. Her diverse training included Alignment/Iyengar, Kundalini, Meridian, Yin, Restorative, Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra, Kali Ray Triyoga, Vinyasa and Qigong. She warmly welcomes you to join her in sharing this beautiful, ancient practice to find peace, tranquility, and strength to weather all the changes that life brings.

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Jan
23
10:15 AM10:15

Baby & Me Yoga + Mother's Milk Café

Baby and Me Yoga! For you (mom, dad, or any infant caregiver) and your little one. Stretch, breathe, relax and move with your baby.  Class includes introductions and a safe space to share and connect with other parents and babies.  We will explore gentle movement and massage with baby, parent/caregiver self care, baby and me yoga postures, and ways to revisit our asana poses with babies safely in arms or nearby. This class also offers time for body awareness in the fourth trimester with topics like diastasis recti (abdominal separation), pelvic floor rehab and conditioning, and the benefits of parent/baby bond through touch and movement. For babies 8 weeks old to 1 year old (or walking) and their caregivers. Yoga is 10:15-11:00 a.m., $5-10 suggested donation. 

Mother's Milk Cafe: A circle of support for breastfeeding mothers. Join us after yoga for tea and snacks in a relaxed and caring environment. Facilitated by Heidi Eames, IBCLC from 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Free! Bring your own snacks or some to share.

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Jan
21
5:30 PM17:30

Yoga for a Happy, Healthy Spine

A happy and healthy spine is the foundation of all our daily movements. Is your neck or back a little cranky sometimes? Do you feel tension and stress after sitting at work all day? Are you unsure of how to strengthen your core safely? Practice this safe and gentle class to relieve the tension and stress that is holding you back. An interesting blend of yoga poses, spine education, postural awareness, stretching, strengthening and breath work... all while decreasing your stress! This class is for everyone, even if you’ve never done yoga before.

Kristi is a native Vermonter with a compassionate heart, calming voice, and encouraging and uplifting spirit. She began practicing yoga at 48 years old and was astounded with the changes in her body, mind and spirit. She is not a “super flexible yoga person,” understands the crankiness that comes with aging, and utilizes props to make yoga possible for everyone. After 25 years of providing physical therapy, she pursued her 200 and advanced 300 yoga teacher training with Daniel Orlansky at Yoga of Energy Flow in the Boston area. Her diverse training included Alignment/Iyengar, Kundalini, Meridian, Yin, Restorative, Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra, Kali Ray Triyoga, Vinyasa and Qigong. She warmly welcomes you to join her in sharing this beautiful, ancient practice to find peace, tranquility, and strength to weather all the changes that life brings.

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Jan
20
6:00 PM18:00

Ashtanga Primary Series w/ Emily & Mary

The original flowing vinyasa practice encourages tapas, building the internal heat that supports the physical practice of stretching and strengthening and the energetic or spiritual transformation that becomes possible with focused practice. Synchronizing strong and steady Ujjayi breath with a set rhythm of sun salutations, standing postures, sitting postures and closing sequence, your practice can become a moving meditation. Prior yoga experience is recommended for this class. 

Mary and Emily first spotted each other in Burlington at Yoga Vermont, where they have over 30 combined years of Ashtanga experience, including yoga teacher trainings with Kathy McNames and David Swenson. Years later, when they next spotted each other at the Craftsbury General Store, the Ashtangis whooped with joy and have been practicing primary series together as often as possible since then, preferably outside in the sunshine as wildflowers and butterflies pass through their drishti. They're so happy to offer their gratitude and love for this practice by teaching it for others.

$12 drop in or $60 for the six week series. For questions or to pre-register email emily.kniffin@gmail.com.



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Jan
20
4:30 PM16:30

Prenatal Yoga -- CANCELLED (weather)

Pregnancy is a magical and amazing metamorphosis, a journey into transformation and a time to listen intently to our changing bodies.  Prenatal Yoga invites us to be the ever present witness to the miracle of our babies growing inside of us.  Join other pregnant mamas through inquiry, experience, and fluid movement on the mat.  Each wombman will have the freedom to share her pregnancy journey every week in a safe and sacred space. Classes include breath work, meditation, relaxation, gentle stretching, fluid movement, and poses to strengthen the areas of the body we will need most for pregnancy, our birthing experience, and our new mama bodies.

Emily is a hatha and prenatal yoga teacher. She has completed a 500-hour Yoga Alliance Certified Teacher Training through Laughing River Yoga in Burlington, VT and a Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training through Pranakriya Yoga. Emily approaches yoga as a path of self-inquiry, and works to create a space where positive change is possible for all students, regardless of their level of yoga experience.

Pre-registration encouraged! Email emily.neilsen@gmail.com. $60/series or $12 drop-in fee.

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Jan
19
11:00 AM11:00

Gentle/Restorative Yoga w/ Kristi

Restorative is a gentle form of yoga done lying down, using bolsters, blankets, and blocks to fully support the body in a variety of comfortable, long-held resting postures. This practice promotes the relaxation response, calming the nervous system and reducing stress, fatigue, and insomnia. Highly recommended as the antidote to a busy life… leaving you feeling relaxed, renewed, and refreshed.

Kristi includes gentle, hands-on techniques and aromatherapy to promote deep relaxation. Appropriate for beginners to advanced practitioners.

Advance registration required; space limited to 10 people. To sign up, email: kblovesyoga@gmail.com. Cost of course is $20.

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Jan
19
9:15 AM09:15

Hatha Yoga w/ Gretchen

- the balancing of sun and moon or heat and cooling - is a gentle practice that seeks to create union within the body and mind. This practice offers a combination of energizing, warming postures followed by slower, relaxing postures to tune into one’s inner light. 

In addition to practicing a gentle flow, learn to incorporate various pranayama (movement of the life force through breath) and mantra (meditational sound) techniques. All body shapes, sizes and experience levels welcome to grow and flow together!  For questions and to pre-register, email Gretchen at gfkaija@gmail.com.

 **We need 5 students in order to run this series, so please sign up!!!** Only $60 for 6 weeks!

Gretchen lives in Peacham and found the yoga practice six years ago. She completed her YTT 200-hour Hatha/Ashtanga certificate with Chandra Yoga School in Rishikesh, India. Gretchen enjoys how the yoga practice serves as an indicator of what the body, mind and heart each crave at various points in life. For this reason, she aims to incorporate all of the senses in her yoga teaching. When Gretchen is not on her mat, she is either in the kitchen baking bread, in the garden tending her tomatoes, or traveling with her sweet fiancé.

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Jan
16
10:15 AM10:15

Baby & Me Yoga + Mother's Milk Café

Baby and Me Yoga! For you (mom, dad, or any infant caregiver) and your little one. Stretch, breathe, relax and move with your baby.  Class includes introductions and a safe space to share and connect with other parents and babies.  We will explore gentle movement and massage with baby, parent/caregiver self care, baby and me yoga postures, and ways to revisit our asana poses with babies safely in arms or nearby. This class also offers time for body awareness in the fourth trimester with topics like diastasis recti (abdominal separation), pelvic floor rehab and conditioning, and the benefits of parent/baby bond through touch and movement. For babies 8 weeks old to 1 year old (or walking) and their caregivers. Yoga is 10:15-11:00 a.m., $5-10 suggested donation. 

Mother's Milk Cafe: A circle of support for breastfeeding mothers. Join us after yoga for tea and snacks in a relaxed and caring environment. Facilitated by Heidi Eames, IBCLC from 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Free! Bring your own snacks or some to share.

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Jan
14
5:30 PM17:30

Yoga for a Happy, Healthy Spine

A happy and healthy spine is the foundation of all our daily movements. Is your neck or back a little cranky sometimes? Do you feel tension and stress after sitting at work all day? Are you unsure of how to strengthen your core safely? Practice this safe and gentle class to relieve the tension and stress that is holding you back. An interesting blend of yoga poses, spine education, postural awareness, stretching, strengthening and breath work... all while decreasing your stress! This class is for everyone, even if you’ve never done yoga before.

Kristi is a native Vermonter with a compassionate heart, calming voice, and encouraging and uplifting spirit. She began practicing yoga at 48 years old and was astounded with the changes in her body, mind and spirit. She is not a “super flexible yoga person,” understands the crankiness that comes with aging, and utilizes props to make yoga possible for everyone. After 25 years of providing physical therapy, she pursued her 200 and advanced 300 yoga teacher training with Daniel Orlansky at Yoga of Energy Flow in the Boston area. Her diverse training included Alignment/Iyengar, Kundalini, Meridian, Yin, Restorative, Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra, Kali Ray Triyoga, Vinyasa and Qigong. She warmly welcomes you to join her in sharing this beautiful, ancient practice to find peace, tranquility, and strength to weather all the changes that life brings.

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Jan
13
6:00 PM18:00

Ashtanga Primary Series w/ Emily & Mary

The original flowing vinyasa practice encourages tapas, building the internal heat that supports the physical practice of stretching and strengthening and the energetic or spiritual transformation that becomes possible with focused practice. Synchronizing strong and steady Ujjayi breath with a set rhythm of sun salutations, standing postures, sitting postures and closing sequence, your practice can become a moving meditation. Prior yoga experience is recommended for this class. 

Mary and Emily first spotted each other in Burlington at Yoga Vermont, where they have over 30 combined years of Ashtanga experience, including yoga teacher trainings with Kathy McNames and David Swenson. Years later, when they next spotted each other at the Craftsbury General Store, the Ashtangis whooped with joy and have been practicing primary series together as often as possible since then, preferably outside in the sunshine as wildflowers and butterflies pass through their drishti. They're so happy to offer their gratitude and love for this practice by teaching it for others.

$12 drop in or $60 for the six week series. For questions or to pre-register email emily.kniffin@gmail.com.



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Jan
13
4:30 PM16:30

Prenatal Yoga

Pregnancy is a magical and amazing metamorphosis, a journey into transformation and a time to listen intently to our changing bodies.  Prenatal Yoga invites us to be the ever present witness to the miracle of our babies growing inside of us.  Join other pregnant mamas through inquiry, experience, and fluid movement on the mat.  Each wombman will have the freedom to share her pregnancy journey every week in a safe and sacred space. Classes include breath work, meditation, relaxation, gentle stretching, fluid movement, and poses to strengthen the areas of the body we will need most for pregnancy, our birthing experience, and our new mama bodies.

Emily is a hatha and prenatal yoga teacher. She has completed a 500-hour Yoga Alliance Certified Teacher Training through Laughing River Yoga in Burlington, VT and a Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training through Pranakriya Yoga. Emily approaches yoga as a path of self-inquiry, and works to create a space where positive change is possible for all students, regardless of their level of yoga experience.

Pre-registration encouraged! Email emily.neilsen@gmail.com. $60/series or $12 drop-in fee.

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Jan
12
11:00 AM11:00

Gentle/Restorative Yoga w/ Kristi

Restorative is a gentle form of yoga done lying down, using bolsters, blankets, and blocks to fully support the body in a variety of comfortable, long-held resting postures. This practice promotes the relaxation response, calming the nervous system and reducing stress, fatigue, and insomnia. Highly recommended as the antidote to a busy life… leaving you feeling relaxed, renewed, and refreshed.

Kristi includes gentle, hands-on techniques and aromatherapy to promote deep relaxation. Appropriate for beginners to advanced practitioners.

Advance registration required; space limited to 10 people. To sign up, email: kblovesyoga@gmail.com. Cost of course is $20.

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Jan
12
9:15 AM09:15

Hatha Yoga w/ Gretchen

- the balancing of sun and moon or heat and cooling - is a gentle practice that seeks to create union within the body and mind. This practice offers a combination of energizing, warming postures followed by slower, relaxing postures to tune into one’s inner light. 

In addition to practicing a gentle flow, learn to incorporate various pranayama (movement of the life force through breath) and mantra (meditational sound) techniques. All body shapes, sizes and experience levels welcome to grow and flow together!  For questions and to pre-register, email Gretchen at gfkaija@gmail.com.

 **We need 5 students in order to run this series, so please sign up!!!** Only $60 for 6 weeks!

Gretchen lives in Peacham and found the yoga practice six years ago. She completed her YTT 200-hour Hatha/Ashtanga certificate with Chandra Yoga School in Rishikesh, India. Gretchen enjoys how the yoga practice serves as an indicator of what the body, mind and heart each crave at various points in life. For this reason, she aims to incorporate all of the senses in her yoga teaching. When Gretchen is not on her mat, she is either in the kitchen baking bread, in the garden tending her tomatoes, or traveling with her sweet fiancé.

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Jan
11
10:00 AM10:00

Vital Roots Yoga

Join us for this 75 minute, all levels yoga class. Each class is designed to bring balance to the mind and body with flowing yoga postures, alignment, breathwork, guided meditation, and deep relaxation. You will learn to work with your subtle energy architecture, and use the power of awareness to harmonize mind and body. This is your invitation to work with the basics of yoga to clear away stress and invite more vitality into your life. Drop in for $12 or sign up for the whole series for $60.

Tina Ghantous Maher has been creatively weaving  movement, breath, and meditation into her yoga classes since establishing Moon Rise Yoga ten years ago in the Northeast Kingdom.  She strives to bring others into the awakened healing potential of their own power. She is a mother of two from Glover, who has been on many journeys. Her background includes yoga, bodywork, herbal medicine, Ayurveda, Shakti Meditation, Shamanic Traditions, and other topics related, and seemingly unrelated. Tina offers yoga and other courses as healing arts, drawing inspiration from life, the land, her ancestry, and the wheel of the year. www.moonriseyoga.net.



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Jan
9
10:15 AM10:15

Baby & Me Yoga + Mother's Milk Café

Baby and Me Yoga! For you (mom, dad, or any infant caregiver) and your little one. Stretch, breathe, relax and move with your baby.  Class includes introductions and a safe space to share and connect with other parents and babies.  We will explore gentle movement and massage with baby, parent/caregiver self care, baby and me yoga postures, and ways to revisit our asana poses with babies safely in arms or nearby. This class also offers time for body awareness in the fourth trimester with topics like diastasis recti (abdominal separation), pelvic floor rehab and conditioning, and the benefits of parent/baby bond through touch and movement. For babies 8 weeks old to 1 year old (or walking) and their caregivers. Yoga is 10:15-11:00 a.m., $5-10 suggested donation. 

Mother's Milk Cafe: A circle of support for breastfeeding mothers. Join us after yoga for tea and snacks in a relaxed and caring environment. Facilitated by Heidi Eames, IBCLC from 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Free! Bring your own snacks or some to share.

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Jan
7
5:30 PM17:30

Yoga for a Happy, Healthy Spine

A happy and healthy spine is the foundation of all our daily movements. Is your neck or back a little cranky sometimes? Do you feel tension and stress after sitting at work all day? Are you unsure of how to strengthen your core safely? Practice this safe and gentle class to relieve the tension and stress that is holding you back. An interesting blend of yoga poses, spine education, postural awareness, stretching, strengthening and breath work... all while decreasing your stress! This class is for everyone, even if you’ve never done yoga before.

Kristi is a native Vermonter with a compassionate heart, calming voice, and encouraging and uplifting spirit. She began practicing yoga at 48 years old and was astounded with the changes in her body, mind and spirit. She is not a “super flexible yoga person,” understands the crankiness that comes with aging, and utilizes props to make yoga possible for everyone. After 25 years of providing physical therapy, she pursued her 200 and advanced 300 yoga teacher training with Daniel Orlansky at Yoga of Energy Flow in the Boston area. Her diverse training included Alignment/Iyengar, Kundalini, Meridian, Yin, Restorative, Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra, Kali Ray Triyoga, Vinyasa and Qigong. She warmly welcomes you to join her in sharing this beautiful, ancient practice to find peace, tranquility, and strength to weather all the changes that life brings.

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Jan
6
6:00 PM18:00

Ashtanga Primary Series w/ Emily & Mary

The original flowing vinyasa practice encourages tapas, building the internal heat that supports the physical practice of stretching and strengthening and the energetic or spiritual transformation that becomes possible with focused practice. Synchronizing strong and steady Ujjayi breath with a set rhythm of sun salutations, standing postures, sitting postures and closing sequence, your practice can become a moving meditation. Prior yoga experience is recommended for this class. 

Mary and Emily first spotted each other in Burlington at Yoga Vermont, where they have over 30 combined years of Ashtanga experience, including yoga teacher trainings with Kathy McNames and David Swenson. Years later, when they next spotted each other at the Craftsbury General Store, the Ashtangis whooped with joy and have been practicing primary series together as often as possible since then, preferably outside in the sunshine as wildflowers and butterflies pass through their drishti. They're so happy to offer their gratitude and love for this practice by teaching it for others.

$12 drop in or $60 for the six week series. For questions or to pre-register email emily.kniffin@gmail.com.



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Jan
6
4:30 PM16:30

Prenatal Yoga

Pregnancy is a magical and amazing metamorphosis, a journey into transformation and a time to listen intently to our changing bodies.  Prenatal Yoga invites us to be the ever present witness to the miracle of our babies growing inside of us.  Join other pregnant mamas through inquiry, experience, and fluid movement on the mat.  Each wombman will have the freedom to share her pregnancy journey every week in a safe and sacred space. Classes include breath work, meditation, relaxation, gentle stretching, fluid movement, and poses to strengthen the areas of the body we will need most for pregnancy, our birthing experience, and our new mama bodies.

Emily is a hatha and prenatal yoga teacher. She has completed a 500-hour Yoga Alliance Certified Teacher Training through Laughing River Yoga in Burlington, VT and a Prenatal Yoga Teacher Training through Pranakriya Yoga. Emily approaches yoga as a path of self-inquiry, and works to create a space where positive change is possible for all students, regardless of their level of yoga experience.

Pre-registration encouraged! Email emily.neilsen@gmail.com. $60/series or $12 drop-in fee.

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Jan
5
9:30 AM09:30

Welcoming the New Year: A Dreamwork & Yoga Retreat w/ Tina & Diana

A whole day of retreat to nourish and inspire you in the new year. The day will include morning yoga asana, mantra, and pranayama lead by Tina Ghantous (Moon Rise Yoga), followed by a sound healing session with Diana Hansen (Mountain Hollow Medicinals). We will have plenty of time to relax and enjoy a nourishing mid day meal and enjoy the tranquility of Whetstone Wellness. Later in the day, you will have the opportunity to delve into Dreamwork with Diana. The dreamwork course is a deep exploration of the science and mysteries of the dream world. We will go over the many facets and topics around dreaming, how the dream time is a place for collective healing work and wisdom, a place to visit with our ancestors, journey to other worlds and widen your intuition. You will be given a handcrafted dreamwork booklet which includes all topics discussed, tools and practices to deepen and decode your dreams and many relevant resources to further your own perceptions. Bodywork appointments will also be available to book separately through Whetstone Wellness.

This would be a wonderful gift for someone in your life that is needing some deep rest and digest time or a wonderful gift for yourself in beginning the new year.

To read more details and register click the link below:

https://www.facebook.com/events/563073790787561/

Also find the same info here:

https://mountainhollowmedicinals.com/shop/dreamwork-amp-yoga-retreat

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Jan
4
10:00 AM10:00

Vital Roots Yoga

Join us for this 75 minute, all levels yoga class. Each class is designed to bring balance to the mind and body with flowing yoga postures, alignment, breathwork, guided meditation, and deep relaxation. You will learn to work with your subtle energy architecture, and use the power of awareness to harmonize mind and body. This is your invitation to work with the basics of yoga to clear away stress and invite more vitality into your life. Drop in for $12 or sign up for the whole series for $60.

Tina Ghantous Maher has been creatively weaving  movement, breath, and meditation into her yoga classes since establishing Moon Rise Yoga ten years ago in the Northeast Kingdom.  She strives to bring others into the awakened healing potential of their own power. She is a mother of two from Glover, who has been on many journeys. Her background includes yoga, bodywork, herbal medicine, Ayurveda, Shakti Meditation, Shamanic Traditions, and other topics related, and seemingly unrelated. Tina offers yoga and other courses as healing arts, drawing inspiration from life, the land, her ancestry, and the wheel of the year. www.moonriseyoga.net.



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Jan
2
10:15 AM10:15

Baby & Me Yoga + Mother's Milk Café

Baby and Me Yoga! For you (mom, dad, or any infant caregiver) and your little one. Stretch, breathe, relax and move with your baby.  Class includes introductions and a safe space to share and connect with other parents and babies.  We will explore gentle movement and massage with baby, parent/caregiver self care, baby and me yoga postures, and ways to revisit our asana poses with babies safely in arms or nearby. This class also offers time for body awareness in the fourth trimester with topics like diastasis recti (abdominal separation), pelvic floor rehab and conditioning, and the benefits of parent/baby bond through touch and movement. For babies 8 weeks old to 1 year old (or walking) and their caregivers. Yoga is 10:15-11:00 a.m., $5-10 suggested donation. 

Mother's Milk Cafe: A circle of support for breastfeeding mothers. Join us after yoga for tea and snacks in a relaxed and caring environment. Facilitated by Heidi Eames, IBCLC from 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Free! Bring your own snacks or some to share.

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Jan
1
3:30 PM15:30

Gentle/Restorative Yoga w/ Kristi

Restorative is a gentle form of yoga done lying down, using bolsters, blankets, and blocks to fully support the body in a variety of comfortable, long-held resting postures. This practice promotes the relaxation response, calming the nervous system and reducing stress, fatigue, and insomnia. Highly recommended as the antidote to a busy life… leaving you feeling relaxed, renewed, and refreshed.

Kristi includes gentle, hands-on techniques and aromatherapy to promote deep relaxation. Appropriate for beginners to advanced practitioners.

Advance registration required; space limited to 10 people. To sign up, email: kblovesyoga@gmail.com. Cost of course is $20.

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Jan
1
1:00 PM13:00

Gentle/Restorative Yoga w/ Kristi

Restorative is a gentle form of yoga done lying down, using bolsters, blankets, and blocks to fully support the body in a variety of comfortable, long-held resting postures. This practice promotes the relaxation response, calming the nervous system and reducing stress, fatigue, and insomnia. Highly recommended as the antidote to a busy life… leaving you feeling relaxed, renewed, and refreshed.

Kristi includes gentle, hands-on techniques and aromatherapy to promote deep relaxation. Appropriate for beginners to advanced practitioners.

Advance registration required; space limited to 10 people. To sign up, email: kblovesyoga@gmail.com. Cost of course is $20.

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Dec
21
6:30 PM18:30

Solstice Restorative Yoga Journey w/ Tina & Sierra

Civilization evolved with the dance of the sun and the moon, honoring the power of the solstices and equinoxes with reverence. On winter solstice, the darkest night, we are immersed in the shadow, in the mystery of the unseen and the unknown. This yearly orientation toward the darkness ignites the inward path of liberation. We will use restorative yoga to release the physical expression of buried energy, and prepare ourselves for a powerful journey beyond the physical to clear some of the contracts and attachments that can hold us back and dim our own light. We will emerge clear into the return of the light.

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Dec
19
10:15 AM10:15

Baby & Me Yoga + Mother's Milk Café

Baby and Me Yoga! For you (mom, dad, or any infant caregiver) and your little one. Stretch, breathe, relax and move with your baby.  Class includes introductions and a safe space to share and connect with other parents and babies.  We will explore gentle movement and massage with baby, parent/caregiver self care, baby and me yoga postures, and ways to revisit our asana poses with babies safely in arms or nearby. This class also offers time for body awareness in the fourth trimester with topics like diastasis recti (abdominal separation), pelvic floor rehab and conditioning, and the benefits of parent/baby bond through touch and movement. For babies 8 weeks old to 1 year old (or walking) and their caregivers. Yoga is 10:15-11:00 a.m., $5-10 suggested donation. 

Mother's Milk Cafe: A circle of support for breastfeeding mothers. Join us after yoga for tea and snacks in a relaxed and caring environment. Facilitated by Heidi Eames, IBCLC from 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Free! Bring your own snacks or some to share.

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Dec
17
5:30 PM17:30

Yoga for a Happy, Healthy Spine

A happy and healthy spine is the foundation of all our daily movements. Is your neck or back a little cranky sometimes? Do you feel tension and stress after sitting at work all day? Are you unsure of how to strengthen your core safely? Practice this safe and gentle class to relieve the tension and stress that is holding you back. An interesting blend of yoga poses, spine education, postural awareness, stretching, strengthening and breath work... all while decreasing your stress! This class is for everyone, even if you’ve never done yoga before.

Kristi is a native Vermonter with a compassionate heart, calming voice, and encouraging and uplifting spirit. She began practicing yoga at 48 years old and was astounded with the changes in her body, mind and spirit. She is not a “super flexible yoga person,” understands the crankiness that comes with aging, and utilizes props to make yoga possible for everyone. After 25 years of providing physical therapy, she pursued her 200 and advanced 300 yoga teacher training with Daniel Orlansky at Yoga of Energy Flow in the Boston area. Her diverse training included Alignment/Iyengar, Kundalini, Meridian, Yin, Restorative, Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra, Kali Ray Triyoga, Vinyasa and Qigong. She warmly welcomes you to join her in sharing this beautiful, ancient practice to find peace, tranquility, and strength to weather all the changes that life brings.

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Dec
15
1:15 PM13:15

Gentle/Restorative Yoga w/ Kristi

Restorative is a gentle form of yoga done lying down, using bolsters, blankets, and blocks to fully support the body in a variety of comfortable, long-held resting postures. This practice promotes the relaxation response, calming the nervous system and reducing stress, fatigue, and insomnia. Highly recommended as the antidote to a busy life… leaving you feeling relaxed, renewed, and refreshed.

Kristi includes gentle, hands-on techniques and aromatherapy to promote deep relaxation. Appropriate for beginners to advanced practitioners.

Advance registration required; space limited to 10 people. To sign up, email: kblovesyoga@gmail.com. Cost of course is $15.

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Dec
15
11:00 AM11:00

Gentle/Restorative Yoga w/ Kristi

Restorative is a gentle form of yoga done lying down, using bolsters, blankets, and blocks to fully support the body in a variety of comfortable, long-held resting postures. This practice promotes the relaxation response, calming the nervous system and reducing stress, fatigue, and insomnia. Highly recommended as the antidote to a busy life… leaving you feeling relaxed, renewed, and refreshed.

Kristi includes gentle, hands-on techniques and aromatherapy to promote deep relaxation. Appropriate for beginners to advanced practitioners.

Advance registration required; space limited to 10 people. To sign up, email: kblovesyoga@gmail.com. Cost of course is $15.

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Dec
13
9:00 AM09:00

All-Levels Kripalu-Inspired Yoga w/Lindsey

Focus on alignment, breath, and body awareness as we move through poses and postures with grace and intention. Find compassion and love for your body and your practice as we explore ways to utilize your pranayama (life force through the breath) and your ability to be present both on and off the mat. 

Practice centering, slow flow, core building, and body strengthening as well as meditation and relaxation. All body shapes, sizes, and all levels are welcome and encouraged to join on our mats, always discovering where yoga can take us next.

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Dec
12
10:15 AM10:15

Baby & Me Yoga + Mother's Milk Café

Baby and Me Yoga! For you (mom, dad, or any infant caregiver) and your little one. Stretch, breathe, relax and move with your baby.  Class includes introductions and a safe space to share and connect with other parents and babies.  We will explore gentle movement and massage with baby, parent/caregiver self care, baby and me yoga postures, and ways to revisit our asana poses with babies safely in arms or nearby. This class also offers time for body awareness in the fourth trimester with topics like diastasis recti (abdominal separation), pelvic floor rehab and conditioning, and the benefits of parent/baby bond through touch and movement. For babies 8 weeks old to 1 year old (or walking) and their caregivers. Yoga is 10:15-11:00 a.m., $5-10 suggested donation. 

Mother's Milk Cafe: A circle of support for breastfeeding mothers. Join us after yoga for tea and snacks in a relaxed and caring environment. Facilitated by Heidi Eames, IBCLC from 11:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Free! Bring your own snacks or some to share.

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Dec
10
5:30 PM17:30

Yoga for a Happy, Healthy Spine

A happy and healthy spine is the foundation of all our daily movements. Is your neck or back a little cranky sometimes? Do you feel tension and stress after sitting at work all day? Are you unsure of how to strengthen your core safely? Practice this safe and gentle class to relieve the tension and stress that is holding you back. An interesting blend of yoga poses, spine education, postural awareness, stretching, strengthening and breath work... all while decreasing your stress! This class is for everyone, even if you’ve never done yoga before.

Kristi is a native Vermonter with a compassionate heart, calming voice, and encouraging and uplifting spirit. She began practicing yoga at 48 years old and was astounded with the changes in her body, mind and spirit. She is not a “super flexible yoga person,” understands the crankiness that comes with aging, and utilizes props to make yoga possible for everyone. After 25 years of providing physical therapy, she pursued her 200 and advanced 300 yoga teacher training with Daniel Orlansky at Yoga of Energy Flow in the Boston area. Her diverse training included Alignment/Iyengar, Kundalini, Meridian, Yin, Restorative, Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra, Kali Ray Triyoga, Vinyasa and Qigong. She warmly welcomes you to join her in sharing this beautiful, ancient practice to find peace, tranquility, and strength to weather all the changes that life brings.

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