I am thrilled to be teaching weekly yoga classes in Stonington, Maine. All classes are held at the Island Community Center. I have mats, blankets, blocks, straps, and everything that you need for your practice. All you have to bring is yourself!
EARLY WINTER SESSION: November 27th-February 17th
$10/class CASH ONLY
$15/Flight Club CASH ONLY
Please note: There will be no class on the evening of Wednesday February 6th. Class schedule is subject to revision based on attendance.
8:30-9:45 a.m. Elements of Hatha with Caroline
5:30-6:45 p.m. Vinyasa Level 2/3 with Caroline
8:30-9:45 a.m. MFR/Yin Deep Stretch with Caroline
5:30-6:45 p.m. Vinyasa Level 1/2 with Caroline
8:30-9:45 a.m. Yoga for All with Caroline
2:30-4:30 p.m. Flight Club: Vinyasa Level 2/3 with Caroline
10:30-11:45 a.m. Yoga for All with Caroline
Yoga for All
This class is perfect for beginners or for anyone who enjoys moving slowly and mindfully towards greater balance, flexibility and strength. All levels are welcome. No previous experience necessary.
Elements of Hatha
This class is devoted to exploring individual elements of the “Yoga for All” practice with greater precision and depth. Combining moments of workshop with moments of mindful flow, this class is open to all levels from beginners to advanced and is perfect for those who love learning and who wish to deepen their mind-body connection. Some experience with yoga is recommended.
Vinyasa Yoga Level 1/2
Vinyasa yoga is a flowing style of yoga that links movement with breath. Weaving seamlessly between one pose and the next, this practice becomes a moving meditation. This class moves at a mindful pace with plenty of options given for those who wish to modify or for those who wish to incorporate more advanced options. It requires weight-bearing on the arms and is more physically demanding than the "Elements of Hatha" class. It is therefore not suitable for those with active shoulder or wrist injuries. Some experience with yoga is highly recommended.
Vinyasa Level 2/3
Vinyasa Yoga is a flowing style of yoga that links movement with breath. Weaving seamlessly from one pose to the next, the practice becomes a moving meditation. This class includes continuous movement, moves at a faster pace, and is more physically demanding than the level 1/2 class. Arm balances and inversions are incorporated into the flow with plenty of options given for those who wish to modify. This class requires extensive weight-bearing on the arms and is therefore not suitable for those with active shoulder or wrist injuries. Some experience with vinyasa yoga is required.
Single-leg standing balances, arm balances, backbends and inversions are rich symbols of the joy, playfulness and freedom that await us on the other side of fear. These poses are invitations to discover that we are capable of far more than we ever dreamed of both on and off our mats. Flight club is a class that is devoted to exploring these elusive poses in a fun and encouraging atmosphere. Expect to sweat, be challenged, laugh, celebrate, and learn from one another. Extensive weight-bearing on the arms is required. This class is not suitable for those with active shoulder or wrist injuries. Some experience with vinyasa yoga is required.
MFR/Yin Deep Stretch and Crystal Singing Bowls
Myofascial Release (MFR) is a safe and effective technique that involves applying a gentle and sustained pressure to the connective tissues of the body to improve blood and lymphatic circulation, eliminate pain, and restore natural range of motion. Yin Deep Stretch is a slow, quiet, deceptively intense practice that involves holding passive poses for longer periods of time. The MFR/Yin class is a meditative practice of self-inquiry and of listening closely to the messages you receive from within. It invites you to make fresh discoveries about how you are put together at every level – body, mind, heart and spirit – and to make choices that honor what you come to learn about yourself. Bathe in the sound of crystal singing bowls as you rest deeply in savasana. All levels are welcome. No previous experience necessary. No weight-bearing on the arms is required.
This class is a slow, quiet, nurturing practice in which passive poses are held for longer periods of time. Yin yoga targets the connective tissues of the body – the joint capsules, ligaments and fascia – making them stronger and more resilient and restoring natural range of motion to the joints. Gentle Yin is a meditative practice that facilitates a profound inner relaxation, harmonizes the energies of the body and serves as a vital counterbalance to the faster-paced yang-style classes. Students are invited to go inward, to train in bearing witness to what is happening inside with curiosity and compassion. All levels are welcome. No previous experience necessary. No weight-bearing on the arms is required.