Your Amesbury, Mass. Community Yoga Resource

Public Class Schedule

Amesbury Yoga founder Whitney Willman offers a variety of public classes at different locations.

Specialized yoga classes to eligible participants (click to learn more):

Public Class ScheduleAnyone (and everyone) welcome! (updated 4/2/12)

 

Monday

8:45a – 9:15a

Half hour stretch Whitney  Tokyo Joes Salisbury
Monday

12:00p – 1:00p

All level Yoga Whitney  Latitudes Sports Club, Salisbury
Wednesday

8:45a – 9:15a

Half hour stretch Whitney Tokyo Joes Salisbury

 

Thursday

8:30a – 9:30a

Gentle Chair Yoga Whitney Amesbury Senior Center
9 School St.  Amesbury, MA
(seniors from any town welcome!)
Thursday

1:00p – 2:00p

Yoga for Veterans Whitney

 

Veteran’s Northeast Outreach Center
  Friday

8:45 -9:15am

Half hour stretch Whitney  Tokyo Joes Salisbury
Saturday

8:30 – 9:45

All level yoga Whitney Email for location (whitsps at gmail.com) 
 

 

 
Rates:
Drop-in:
Tokyo Joes – $10 drop-in, Class card for 10 classes/$80
Latitudes – free for members, call direct for day rates
  • First class free at the Amesbury Cultural Center with Whitney
  • Always free for military veterans, trauma survivors or anyone in need.
  • Money should never prevent yoga – talk to Whitney to work out alternate arrangements if you cannot afford to pay in cash

General

  • Bring a yoga mat if you have one – but don’t worry if you don’t! We  can loan you one.
  • Wear comfortable clothing (nothing fancy required) and bring water
  • Most classes are 75 minutes long
  • Please arrive a few minutes early to get settled on your mat. If you’re late, it’s ok, just come in quietly. Take the time you need to breathe and settle in before joining class.
  • Just come practice! Our goal is to create a super easy going environment for everyone, so just show up with an open mind and we’ll take care of the rest!

Class descriptions

All Levels Yoga
This class is a great grounding and centering practice for all levels, including beginners. It incorporates the yoga principle of Vinyasa, which basically means “movement with breath.” This class will vary each week.

Yin with Slow Flow
This class will use props and blankets to hold restorative poses. This is the perfect class to begin the morning, as it gets into the connective tissue, fascia and deeper muscle areas. These poses are held for 3-5 minutes. Coupled with breath work, visualization  and a slow flow you will feel restored, rejuvenated and ready for your day.

Gentle Chair Yoga
Designed for those with limited mobility and seniors, participants sit in chairs for yoga. Various breathing and yoga techniques are offered to increase range of motion, relax the body and renew the mind.

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