$6 CASH-ONLY Vinyasa


This class is taught by:

Taylor Young

Taylor Young first encountered yoga during her adolescence, when she used it as a complementary practice to her athletic pursuits. As is the case for many, Taylor was first drawn to the physicality of the practice, but then it turned into something more. Over the past decade, yoga has become a thread woven throughout her life, which serves as the coalescence of many gifts. For Taylor, yoga is an integral part of her spiritual practice, physical fitness, anxiety management, moral compass, and is a way of practicing discipline for life.

 

Above all, Taylor uses yoga as a method for introspection and self-study. She has found that looking inward, with kindness and curiosity facilitates more effective responses to daily stresses and challenges. This, in turn, nourishes peacefulness, compassion, and integrity.

 

Taylor practices many styles of yoga, including slow flow, Iyengar, vinyasa, and restorative. She weaves elements of these methods into her teachings. Taylor completed her 200-hour yoga teacher training through Boston Yoga School under the tutelage of Ame Wren. She is grateful for the many teachers and mentors who continue to support her on the path of yoga. Additionally, Taylor is a licensed clinical social worker and provides integrative psychotherapy and counseling throughout the Boston area. She uses yoga asana, meditation, mantra, and mudra in her therapy work. Taylor also enjoys mountains, forests, and oceans as a the regular respite from city living.

Lacey Gibson

Lacey Gibson is a small-town Midwesterner with British roots. She fell instantly in love with yoga while working as a cancer research undergrad intern in the midst of the Colorado mountains. As an NCAA Division I track and cross-country runner and Boston Marathon qualifier, Lacey was drawn to yoga’s message of “finding your edge” rather than pushing beyond it. She earned her RYT-200 from the New School of Yogic Arts in Boston while completing her Master of Science degree in Global Health and Population from Harvard’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health. As a Food Literacy Project Fellow at Harvard, Lacey also developed a passion for organizing wellness-inspired, food-themed events and workshops.
In addition to being a Boston-based yoga teacher, Lacey is also a freelance food writer, a lover of vegan baking, and a long-distance running junkie. In Lacey’s classes, students can expect a heaping dose of nourishing, organic, upbeat Vinyasa flow with an extra helping of mindful intention.

 

Masha Leuner

Masha Leuner first tried yoga in 2005, when she was looking for a way to relieve the stress of planning her destination wedding. Working with her body in unfamiliar and challenging poses was a different experience than any she’d had before. Ever since that first hour on her mat, Masha’s love and appreciation for these poses continues to grow as they always teach her something new.

Masha believes that, over time, yoga awakens and strengthens our innate ability to heal ourselves. She teaches with that goal in mind. Masha’s classes integrate skeletal alignment, deep awareness of breath, and the dynamic movement of vinyasa. She encourages stepping on the mat and leaving the ego behind.

Masha holds a BA/MA in Economics and an MBA from New York University’s Stern School of Business. After many years as a career-driven marketer in the New York City area, the stress and focus on achievement started to impact her health. Yoga has helped in her journey of letting go. Masha completed her 200hr teacher training with the New School of Yogic Arts and continues advanced studies with Dr. Loren Fishman in yoga for osteoporosis.

These days she finds fulfillment in spending time with her kids, and in slowing down enough to even notice and appreciate the changing color of leaves in the fall.

$6 CASH ONLY Vinyasa - Community Class. This is a vigorous yoga class that moves through poses with the pace of your breath. The class is designed for all levels with modifications offered to take the class at your own level and ability on any given day. The sequence of each class will build towards a challenging a peak pose(s) to stimulate both the beginner and advanced practitioner as well as the kid at heart. This class will be sweaty and fun and will challenge students of all levels. Please note, pre-registration is not available for this class; first come, first served! (Class cards and credit cards not valid)

Upcoming classes:

  • Sat Dec 22 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm with Taylor Young
    at Brookline
  • Sun Dec 23 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm with Lacey Gibson
    at Brookline
  • Sat Dec 29 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm with Taylor Young
    at Brookline
  • Sun Dec 30 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm with Masha Leuner
    at Brookline
  • Sat Jan 05 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm with Rachel Petri
    at Brookline
  • Sun Jan 06 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm with Masha Leuner
    at Brookline
  • Sat Jan 12 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm with Rachel Petri
    at Brookline
  • Sun Jan 13 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm with Masha Leuner
    at Brookline
  • Sat Jan 19 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm with Rachel Petri
    at Brookline
  • Sun Jan 20 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm with Masha Leuner
    at Brookline
  • Sat Jan 26 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm with Rachel Petri
    at Brookline
  • Sun Jan 27 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm with Masha Leuner
    at Brookline
  • Sat Feb 02 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm with Rachel Petri
    at Brookline
  • Sun Feb 03 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm with Masha Leuner
    at Brookline
  • Sat Feb 09 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm with Rachel Petri
    at Brookline
  • Sun Feb 10 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm with Masha Leuner
    at Brookline
  • Sat Feb 16 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm with Rachel Petri
    at Brookline
  • Sun Feb 17 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm with Masha Leuner
    at Brookline
  • Sat Feb 23 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm with Rachel Petri
    at Brookline
  • Sun Feb 24 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm with Taylor Young
    at Brookline


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