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Gentle Yoga: Thursday Evenings
Gentle Yoga: Thursdays, 6pm – 7pm
This evening gentle flow class is warm and light, ideal for anyone wanting a slower-paced class. We move to create flexibility and sustain our range of motion through supportive passive openings and longer holds and props. This class is for any age, body type, and level of experience. As we progress, you will learn how to incorporate breath connection and meditation techniques into your practice. Please bring a mat and a water bottle.
About the instructor:
Areta has been teaching yoga in Lake Forest and in yoga studios along the North Shore for 10 years and is E-RYT 500 Certified. Areta’s passion is bringing yoga to Every BODY and has additional certifications in Meditation, Adaptive Yoga for Disabilities, Senior Yoga, Love Your Brain for traumatic brain injury, Yoga for Eating Disorder Recovery, Yin Yoga, and Yoga for 12 Step Recovery. Areta teaches yoga to inspire and empower physical well-being, spiritual balance, and awakening for everyday life. She is a long-time resident of Lake Forest and a disability advocate and volunteer yoga coach for the Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Association (GLASA).
Gorton Community Center prioritizes the health and safety of both patrons and staff throughout our building:
– Masks are required for everyone 2+ regardless of vaccination status per State of Illinois mandate
– Social Distancing is encouraged
– Gorton continues to utilize best practices during regular building cleaning
Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us with any questions or concerns at 847.234.6060
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