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Class Schedule

Currently all classes are offered via Zoom & Indoor in person 

See below for locations and details


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Join me beginning 

Monday, June 17, 2024 thru

Monday July 15 10, 2024

at 6:30 pm for yoga at 

Valley Stream Recreation.

5 Week Session

Register at

                Currently Sold Out...If you want a spot be sure to add yourself to the wait list. 


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Join me beginning 

Sunday, April 7 2024 thru

Sunday July 14, 2024

at 10:45 am for yoga at 

Lynbrook Recreation.

No Classes

Sunday April 14, 2024

Sunday April 28, 2024

Sunday May 5. 2024

Sunday May 26, 2024

Sunday July 7, 2024

10 Week Session


Registration begins

Wednesday March 13, 2024

Register at

                Currently Sold Out...If you want a spot be sure to add yourself to the wait list. 


Hatha Yoga

Hatha Yoga uses yoga postures (asana), breath awareness (pranayama) and meditation techniques from a variety of traditions and lineages. Poses are often held and explored for a long period of time, often integrating the physical with the mental, energetic and spiritual.

Gentle/Nidra (Candlelight)

In this candlelight class we combine a gentle restorative class focusing on breath and alignment where you'll hold poses longer allowing the body to settle into a comfortable place. The class finishes with a 15-20 minute guided mediation (yoga nidra)

Fun Flow (Smooth Jazz)

This fun flow class is less talking and more moving. We will flow from one posture to the next to jazzy tunes with plenty of time and space to get in and out of postures adding a few little variations for any moments you choose to modify.

This is a good one if you're up for a little challenge and want to get some mojo into your yoga practice!

Fun flow yoga is a playful flow that practices transitioning by moving rhythmically to fun music and opening freely and playfully with the ability to move deeper into one’s body and self. It’s a practice that builds strength, flexibility, endurance and each movement is initiated by controlled inhales and exhales.

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