The Woburn Public Library be closing at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, November 23 and closed on Thursday, November 24 and Friday, November 25 in observance of Thanksgiving. Operations will resume on Saturday, November 26.

Yoga isn’t about being able to balance on your hands. This practice is about being able to create stability within, be playful, experiment, and take that not-so-serious attitude out into the world. Join Kat (RYT 200 through Yoga Alliance at LPY Yoga & Barre) at the library to not just workout, but slow down, feel your breath, and recenter.

Join Kat every Saturday morning from 9-10 on the front lawn (weather permitting) for a stretch and restore class. This class will include functional movement, stretching, mindful breathing, and have a slower pace. Encouraged for all levels.

Starting July 14th we have a second class! Join Kat every Thursday evening from 6:30-7:30 for traditional vinyasa flow yoga. This class will include functional movement, traditional sun salutations, breathwork, and be a quicker paced flow. Encouraged for those with an intermediate level yoga practice.

*Please bring your own mat and equipment.

 

About Kat: My name is Kat, just like the yoga pose. I’m a yogi, meditator, and writer. I first began my asana practice back in 2012. I have been practicing, not perfecting, ever since. In 2021, I completed my RYT 200 through the Yoga Alliance at LPY Yoga & Barre. As someone who has struggled with mental health my whole life, yoga has been a solace. My mentality towards yoga has changed over time from just a workout to a place I could slow down, feel my breath, and recenter. As I cultivated more mindfulness and meditation, I realized the power breath holds. Through these practices I found myself more grounded, calm, and regulated. Different resources of yoga expand far beyond popular culture or westernized ideation of what yoga is. Personally, it took me many years to realize this. Yoga isn’t about being able to balance on your hands. This practice is about being able to create stability within, be playful, experiment, and take that not-so-serious attitude out into the world. I hope you can come join me.