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Newtown Wellness Collective

Wednesday Lunch-time Beginner Yoga with Raffaela

12-12:45pm Geared for slower paced or beginner yogis, though adaptable for all levels. Gentle flow followed by time to rest and renew.

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Wednesday Lunch-time Beginner Yoga with Raffaela
Wednesday Lunch-time Beginner Yoga with Raffaela

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Newtown Wellness Collective, 75 Glen Rd Suite 203, Sandy Hook, CT 06488, USA

About the event

12-12:45pm Wednesdays

In-person, in-studio class led by Raffaela Arcamone

~ 45 minute class ~

About the class:

This practice supports anyone new to yoga and/or expanding their practice.  Class begins with gentle movement to warm the physical body and prepare the mind. You'll be guided through gentle asana poses and inquisition to build awareness and relationship with your body and mind.  Followed with time to rest and renew.

About Raffaela:

Raffaela began her journey of yoga in an effort to free herself of chronic low back pain. After trying a variety of styles, she found Vinyasa yoga with a focus on Iyengar alignment offered a safe environment of exploration to learn and grow. It is this self discovery and connection with the mind and body that she encourages each of her students to take.

In 2014, she completed her 200-hour Yoga Alliance Certification at Yoga Culture in Danbury, CT under the guidance of Jenny Schuck and Wendy Hagen. She creates a safe environment for students to explore and expand body, breath and heart. Raffaela draws from her own experience of healing and increased awareness to educate and turn you on to your own personal journey. Every class offers options that allow the practice to unfold into play, discovery and self-awareness transcending both on and off the mat.

For questions about this class, contact Raffaela directly at:

$20 drop in rate or purchase a class pass through Raffaela

Maximum 7 students per class

Newtown Wellness Collective practices body awareness and mindful presence. Listening to your body and internal compass are essential to understanding and respecting your unique boundaries and maintaining healthy wellbeing.

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