Drop in* (1 hour) – $15
4-pack Class* (1 hour) – $56
8-pack Class* (1 hour) – $112
Hours – North Hampton, NH
Classes are postponed until further notice.
Yoga – A Gentle, Physical & Spiritual Practice
Yoga means to unite body, mind, and soul. It is a spiritual practice that promotes one’s own empowerment through working with the body and focusing on the breath. It also connects us with our inner wisdom and activates our self-healing power.
Yoga has been described as “meditation in motion” and is a very helpful practice to release physical, emotional, and spiritual blocks.
Stillpoint Wellbeing Center offers classes with a trained and experienced yoga instructor. All our classes are gentle and everyone is invited to work within their own abilities and pace.
CHAIR YOGA for everyone with pain or other body restrictions.
- Chair yoga is the adaptation of basic yoga poses and postures that helps anyone with mobility restrictions or limitations, as well as help those who may have pain issues. Our intention is to connect you with your breath and allow your body to flow in the manner that is comfortable and natural for you.
Chair Yoga for Pain – Fridays at 2:30 pm
Yoga has been shown to improve overall health, prevent and (even in some cases) reverse disease when practiced regularly as a lifestyle. With this in mind, it’s no surprise that it can therefore lend its benefits to those with mobility issues. The great thing with yoga is that it can be adapted to suit anyone’s needs. The aim is to work with your body rather than against it, therefore ruling out any competitiveness, which can lead you to push yourself too far and do yourself harm. Chair yoga is an effective and gentle way to improve your strength and flexibility in a way that can complement your current medical interventions, therapies and exercises.
Gentle Yoga for Pain – Tuesdays at 6:30 pm
Gentle yoga is appropriate for those who want a softer, nurturing, slow-paced, well-supported and relaxing practice. The approach includes carefully orchestrated movements, controlled pressure, and well-measured stretches, including range of motion exercises. Postures are approached in gradual steps, with plenty of time to focus on breathing and repetition so that the practice is simple to do and easy to remember.