Upcoming Events

The studio will be closed on Easter, Sunday April 1st. SPRING your way into a regular Yoga practice. See you in class!


Workshops:

To register for workshops, please email the studio and reserve your place. Email: awakeninggraceyoga@comcast.net

Restorative Yoga


Friday April 13th from 6-8pm

Join Molly for an evening of ease! 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
 
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Earth Day Roadside Clean-Up


Saturday April 21st, 10am-12pm

Honor the Earth and help clean-up our adopted section of Lane Rd. We will meet at the corner of Lane and Old Manchester Rds in Raymond (just off exit 4 of Route 101). Bring gloves; we have bags!

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Gentle Yoga infused with Reiki


Saturday April 21st, 4-6pm

Immerse yourself with Reiki to enhance your gentle yoga practice. The afternoon requires only your presence to enjoy meditation and gentle yoga infused with Reiki from Leah Pacione, Certified Reiki Master and Kripalu Yoga Teacher and Paula Hogan, Certified Reiki Master Teacher. Unique essential oil sprays will be sprayed throughout to aid participants in acheiving a state of blissful relaxation.

Register directly with Leah or Paula. $45 at the door, $40 in advance and $35 each, when you register with (and bring) a friend.

Leah - leah@leahpacione.com

Paula - trueharmonyreiki7@gmail.com
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Mindfulness in Nature


Saturday May 12th at the Manchester Audubon Center from 1-3pm

Support the NH Audubon Center! Molly Schlangen and Angie Krysiak will be offering an afternoon of moving and connecting with nature. Allow your senses to tune in and your mental chatter to slow down. Reserve your spot by contacting the Audubon Center at: http://www.nhaudubon.org/calendar/mindfulness-and-nature-observation-workshop-2/
Pre-registration encouraged.
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On-going Programs at Awakening Grace

Meditation




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.
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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.

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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.
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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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