General SCC Yoga Overview:
SCC Yoga is inspired by the Kripalu Yoga approach--allowing you to choose the right level of physical intensity for your body and honoring that every body is different each day and different during each stage of life. The focus of SCC Yoga is that of creating body awareness and presence, mindfully connecting breath with movement and developing self-compassion, all of which lead to greater vitality.
Students can expect to experience breath awareness, warm-ups, yoga postures, followed by a brief relaxation and meditation. SCC Yoga is a practice that revitalizes the body, calms the mind and deepens self-awareness. SCC Yoga is accessible to everyone—all bodies, all ages, all abilities.
SCC Rejuvenating Yoga (75 minutes):
Students will experience an engaging yoga class, focusing on alignment, breath and presence. Students can expect to stretch, strengthen and lengthen, while increasing mobility and flexibility. Props may be used to enhance and explore postures. This class is ideal for anyone looking to recharge and rejuvenate!
SCC Restorative Yoga (75 minutes):
Tuesdays 6:00pm – 7:15pm
Students can expect to lengthen, strengthen, and relax using various props and postures. This class will incorporate a variety of breath techniques to enhance the restorative aspects of this practice. This class is ideal for anyone looking to refuel the body, mind and spirit after an active day.
SCC Yoga Flow (75 minutes):
Wednesdays 6:15pm – 7:30pm
Students will experience a vigorous yoga flow, connecting breath with movement. Fluid postures will flow from one posture to the next using the inhale/exhale of each breath, generating heat, strength, and vitality. Props are optional and encouraged. This class is ideal for anyone ready to move, breathe and sweat!
To register for classes, sign up at the front desk. Classes are $12 per student (cash or check) payable prior to class start. Please bring a yoga mat; limited props and mats will be on-hand. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to class; classes will begin promptly.
Heather Larivee is a 200-hour certified Kripalu Yoga teacher, is registered with the Yoga Alliance (200-RYT) and teaches yoga in the Milford, NH, area. She is a Director at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Nashua, NH, transforming healthcare processes, and has been an SCC patient for several years. When she’s not teaching yoga or working, Heather can be found blowing glass at her studio in Wilton, NH.
Heather can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.