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.
Corrine is a 200-hour certified yoga teacher and is currently enrolled in the YogaLife Institute’s 300-hour Teacher Training program. She graduated from Keene State College, in 2011, with a bachelor degree in English and another in Communications. She found her passion in women’s studies and empowerment and has been converging that passion with her love of yoga ever since. For Corrine, yoga and women’s empowerment go hand in hand. “Yoga reminds us that we are whole, that we are worthy and that we can connect to our higher Self in any moment. Yoga is a tool that can be used to awaken the Divine Feminine and empower women to live their most authentic lives. To remember their innate abilities of transformation, power, intuition and self-love.” Corrine teaches both public and private classes. She specializes in yoga for women, chanting and women’s circles. When she is not on the mat, she can be found spending time in nature with her two young children. Corrine lives on the seacoast of New Hampshire with her partner, Jake and their two children, Harper and Ronin.
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