Practice will flow through a warm-up consisting of spinal movements and core engagement, followed by sun salutations, strength-building poses, balance work, and restorative stretching. Class concludes with relaxation and meditation. Modifications will be offered for those looking to build heat and challenge the physical body, and modifications will also be offered for those seeking a more cooling and easeful practice. Students are encouraged to come to the mat just as they are, with love and patience, curiosity and courage. This class is for all levels of ability and experience, but best for those who have at least some experience with Yoga.
Marissa earned her RYT-200 Certification in 2011 at the Integral Yoga Center of Highland Park, N.J.. She is currently enrolled in YogaLife Institute's 500-hr Teacher Training Program. She is Reiki II attuned.
Her areas of practice and teaching include Power Yoga, Vinyasa, Gentle Yoga, Chair Yoga, and Yoga Nidra/Meditation. Her approach to yoga is strong, grounded, and balanced, and she encourages students to come to the mat just as they are, with love and patience, curiosity and courage. Marissa lives in Exeter with her husband Vincent and their three rescue dogs - Little Luna, Mercy Lou, and Bluey McGee.
6 Chestnut St, Suite A