SPRING your way into a regular Yoga practice. See you in class!

Welcome back fellow yogis and welcome new yogis. See the schedule for on-going classes. New workshops and classes are coming… stay tuned.
My contact info: Rick Lee
studio cell 603-303-5167

What is Kripalu Yoga?

“Kripalu yoga is a comprehensive, disciplined approach to self-study that cultivates health, facilitates psychological growth, and transforms one’s sense of self. Kripalu yoga arises from thousands of years of study and practice in fostering spiritual connection to all life and an awakening to the authentic self. It focuses on getting in touch with one’s own innate wisdom and happiness through cultivating nonjudgemental awareness. Teachers guide students through a practice of asana (which could be gentle, moderate, or vigorous), pranayama, and meditation, but neither posture sequences nor instructions are standardized. What distinguishes a Kripalu Yoga class is an emphasis on bringing awareness to the physical sensations, emotions, and thoughts that arise throughout the practice. The way we act and react on the mat becomes a microcosm for the way we act and react in daily life, leading to greater authenticity, equanimity, and happiness”. ~Kripalu Winter catalog 2012

We welcome you to come and visit us.

Upcoming Events

Weekend Yoga and Meditation Retreat

Friday February 23rd-Sunday 25th

A "close to home" retreat will deepen your winter yoga practices. Join Mollly and Satyada at Aryaloka Center for a weekend blend of community and silence, of sitting in meditation and moving the body, creating the opportunity to nurture yourself.

Register at: http://www.aryaloka.org/calendarevent/yoga-and-meditation-retreat-3/

Withstand the Pressure of Time: A Kundalini Experience

Saturday March 10th at 1:00pm

With Winter finally coming to an end and Spring on it’s way our nervous systems deserve a healthy tune up. The pressure of family, friends, time & technology can weigh very heavy on us and there’s no time like now to break through the weight of unnecessary stress.
What 3HO says about this kriya (yogic set): "When life gets challenging, you might find yourself in a crumpled heap on the floor. On the other hand, you can meet the challenge with calm creative solutions. This Kundalini Yoga kriya is designed to strengthen the nervous system so you can handle the pressure and stress of life just that way: calmly and creatively. It’s a lively workout and leaves you feeling relaxed and renewed."
What to expect: In this practice we use many techniques to break through to the human psyche: asana (posture), pranayama (breath work), mantra (sacred sound current -non denominational of course) & a varity of meditations techniques. Come open by dropping any expectations and give yourself the space needed to have a direct experience that will be unique to you. Kundalini is truly ALL in the experience. It is the gift of this personal experience that I offer you!
Added bonus you'll enjoy an extended savasana accompanied by the many healing effects of the gong.
Traditional Kundalini apparel (all white with head covering) welcomed, but not required.

$25 per Yogi with pre-registration
$30 at the door.

Register by emailing:
awakeheal@gmail.com or call
studio cell 603-303-5167

Reiki Infused Gentle Yoga

Sunday March 11th from 3-5pm

Enhance your yoga practice with assistance from Reiki Master Paula Hogan, while enjoying meditation and gentle yoga infused with Reiki from Leah Pacione AND Paula at Awakening Grace Yoga Studio, Epping NH. The lucky line up includes: 30 minute grounding meditation while receiving Reiki, 45 minutes of gentle assisted yoga, complete with 45 minutes of savasana with more Reiki. Space limited.

$35 cash/check in advance or $40 cash/check at the door.

Register by email: trueharmonyreiki7@gmail.com or leah@leahpacione.com


Restorative Yoga with Molly

Saturday March 24th from 3-5pm

Restorative yoga is a healing practice of slowing down and moving into yoga postures with the support of props such as blankets, blocks, and bolsters.  Restorative yoga activates the parasympathetic nervous system to promote deep rest and healing.  The class will feel nurturing, relaxing, and regenerating.  This type of yoga promotes a centering of your breath and body - aligning the physical, breath and mental bodies by practicing stillness or gentle movement for extended periods of time. The props assist in helping you to hold poses longer. We recommend this class for anyone in need of rest, healing, relaxation, and de-stressing; no experience necessary. Class size limited, so save your spot in advance.

This event is a 2 hour class - $25 per person if pre-paid; $30 at the door.  

Register by emailing: awakeninggraceyoga@comcast.net.  

For more information about the benefits of restorative yoga, see: http://www.chopra.com/articles/10-benefits-of-restorative-yoga


On-going Programs at Awakening Grace


In addition, all yoga classes offered include an element of mindfulness meditation at the beginning and end of class. Why meditation? Research is demonstrating the many positive affects of regular meditation. From anxiety and depression, to heart disease and hypertension, meditation is a benefit to adults and children alike. It will likely improve your concentration, reduce your blood pressure, and slow down the aging process of your brain. For more information, see the following links: Web MD on meditation and Forbes on the science of meditation.

Reiki Share

Next share date TBA – Donation based

Join us to give &/or receive Reiki, Universal Life Force Energy. This energy has the intention to promote the greatest good for all energetically. We join together to promote healing in a group setting. No experience required.


21 days of Gratitude

Join us for the first 21 days of November to focus on gratitude. This is also the effort to eat clean, detoxify your body from any substances, sugar, caffeine, and alcohol. Sign up here to receive a daily email during the 21 days. Aim for spending 30 minutes per day on your yoga mat and attend more classes during this 21 day effort.

What Our Clients Say…
"I thought of a good analogy with which to describe your yoga class to my friend and came up with a pretty accurate one. Your class can be compared with a lovely meal: the intro and warm up is the salad; the class is the main course; and the shivasana is, of course, the desert. And the subtle thought you wove into today's class? That is a fine wine well paired with the rest of the meal". ~Boyd C.


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