We will be hosting an all-family workshop, followed by an ice-cream social.
Friday, March 30, 2012
Workshop: 6:30-8:00 pm
Ice Cream Social: 8:30 pm
Namo Yoga Studio
21 Belmont Street
All are welcome. If you would like to attend, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include in your email how many will be in attendance.
Yoga For Single Moms Launch!
In the coming months, we are gearing up to launch our much-anticipated program in a special six-week series devoted to providing single parents and their families with wellness experiences for the body and mind. For six Fridays, we will come together to celebrate our families and connect with one another. Stay tuned for the dates!
We will launch and close the series with classes for the whole family, led by master teachers Chanel Luck and Erin Maile O’Keefe along with a host of other incredible yoga teachers, based on the founding principles of CircusYoga and Radiant Yoga. During the four sessions in the middle, Moms will have the chance to practice, while kids will have their own special fun activities and classes in an adjoining room. Each classroom will be guided by a teaching team of three highly trained teachers and facilitators, providing a safe and joyful experience for everyone.
All are welcome. The cost for this program is FREE! Kids Ages 3 and up are invited to attend. If you are single parent you are also welcome to attend without your child if your child is engaged in other activities at this time.
Leave a comment below or join our mailing list to find out when a class comes to your area or to request a class near you.
In the coming months, we’ll update you with more resources for single moms who want to practice yoga in the U.S. (and, eventually, around the world). A pilot studio partnership is in the works (hint: it’s in Boston) and will be announced very soon.
Next up is Brooklyn, NY. Please bookmark this page and visit often! We look forward to seeing you in your city.
Yoga is a many-centuries old practice, originally from India but, now, widespread throughout Western culture. It’s called a practice, rather than an exercise or a sport, because the physical aspect of yoga—called asana—is only one “limb” of a belief system that also involves meditation, awareness of breath, and lifestyle choices.
The great thing about yoga is that there is no “right” way to practice it. Some of us find inner peace through a challenging, sweaty Vinyasa or Bikram class. Others prefer the discipline and diligence of Ashtanga. While others would rather savor long, restorative poses with bolsters, blankets, and meditation cushions to, simply, chill out.
Whatever your personal preference (and maybe you don’t even have one yet; that’s OK too!) our mission is to provide it.
We welcome your feedback regarding how yoga helps you on your path as a single mom. Email us
and we’ll post your personal experience, here, on our site!