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Yoga in the Garden @ The Bartlett Arboretum and Gardens

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Come and join us to practice the ancient art of yoga in the serene surroundings of the Bartlett Arboretum and Gardens.

***All levels are welcome, from complete beginners to advanced practitioners***

Yoga is a practice that brings into union the body and the mind. The goal of yoga is to rejuvenate the body, increase its strength and flexibility, relax the nervous system and quiet the thought waves of the mind. This results in overall well being, a joyful disposition and a relaxed state of mind. The teacher will compassionately guide you through physical poses(asanas) and breathing techniques(pranayama) to attain this goal. 

Some benefits of yoga are: 
*Relief from back pain*Relief from Insomnia
*Increased Flexibility
*Increased Strength
*Relief from Stress & Anxiety
*Hormone & Blood pressure regulation
*And so much more….

If you are new to yoga and had always wondered, come and give it a try. You do not have to be super fit or be able to bend into a pretzel. There is no competition and no judgment in yoga, not even with yourself. Each student is encouraged to work within their own limits. This is a great gift to give to your body and even a better one to your mind. Go ahead do something for yourself!

Classes are held Mondays and Wednesdays 5.45PM to 7.00PM. (Mens Class - Thursdays 5.45PM to 7.00PM) All you need is a yoga mat, and wear some comfortable clothes that you would use for any exercise.

Visit Bartlett's website to find out more - http://bartlettarboretum.org/index.php?ID=1992&XID=1808:1628:1992:1700:0&PID=1628

*** Pre-registration is required. Please call 203-322-6971 ***  

Peace to All.

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