Yoga For Farmers (and Gardeners and Landscapers)

What is the most important machine on your farm? Learn to better use your body to tackle the task of farming and gardening — our very own Erin Ehlers is offering a 4-week class, Yoga for Farmers (and Gardeners and Landscapers), beginning Sunday, April 15th at Yoga on the Hill in Kittery:

Yoga For Farmers (and Gardeners and Landscapers)
Erin Ehlers, Yoga on the Hill, 78 Government St, Kittery, ME
4 week series: Sundays, April 15, 22, 29 and May 6, 2012
4 – 5:30 p.m.
$60, register by April 1

Start your season with comfort in your body, clarity in your mind, and balance in your life! For folks who work the land during the growing season, it is too easy to let our well-being get way from us. Before we know it, we are in the midst of our busiest time of year with the aches and the stress that comes with physical work. This 4 week series will include: core strengthening to create a strong back, stretching and flexibility to create a healthy range-of-motion in joints and muscles, basic posture to ensure good body habits in daily movement, and meditation and breath work to keep our minds calm and clear. We will learn a take-home sequence that can be practiced on your own during your work day. Join Erin to start the season with a commitment to well-being and health. This class is open to all levels of experience.

Erin has taught yoga for 10 years throughout the Seacoast, with a focus on alignment and body mechanics. She is a local food advocate and volunteers on area farms.

Contact Erin to register: erin@yogaonthehillkittery.com

For more information: www.yogaonthehillkittery.com

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