As the last hours of Summer slip into Autumn, no doubt this message finds you moving back towards a bit of “routine” (whatever that means these days) in your life. While I’ve been teaching through the pandemic, the start of Autumn has offered me the opportunity to add a new class to my schedule.
Beginning Tuesday, September 22 (and regularly thereafter), I’ll be offering a one-hour Slow Flow (gentle yoga) class. Class will be via Zoom at 10:00am ET. This class will be super accessible and appropriate for beginner and seasoned practitioner alike. No acrobatics, just a super chill slow flow yoga class!
Your payment ($15.00) will be considered your sign up and a Zoom link will be sent to you fifteen minutes before class start time. When you register, please indicate in the notes field “Slow Flow 9/22” or whatever the date is your registering for.
Additionally, in these initial stages of setting this up, kindly send me your email address (via “contact me“) so I am sure to have it for sending you your link. I will not abuse the privilege of having the email address.
Your payment can be made:
I look forward to the opportunity to once again connect with you. Please reach out with any questions.
Contact me aboutprivate, semi-private, and corporate sessions!
ScheduleFind my full schedule here!
- NY Loves Yoga LIVE ONLINE January 25, 2021 at 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm
- Slow Flow Yoga LIVE ONLINE January 26, 2021 at 10:00 am – 11:00 am Shala Dennis A one-hour Slow Flow (gentle yoga) class via Zoom at 10:00am ET. This class will be super accessible and appropriate for beginner and seasoned practitioner alike. No acrobatics, just a super chill yoga class! Your payment ($15.00) will be considered your sign up and a Zoom link will be sent to you fifteen minutes before…
- Brooklyn Yoga Project LIVE ONLINE January 26, 2021 at 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
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