2006-12-14 / About Town

Free yoga offered in Middletown

Sixteen yoga classes are being offered free of charge from Jan. 2 to Jan.7, 2007 as part of the annual YogaFest at the Innerlight Center for Yoga, 850 Aquidneck Ave., in Middletown. The free classes offered cover a broad range of styles at levels accessible to all and no pre-registration is required.

Choices include Basics I & II, Restorative, Moderate, and supportive Svaroopa Bliss forms to deeper practices such as Vigorous Vinyasa and Anusara Inspired Moderate.

In announcing this year’s YogaFest, Kim Chandler, the owner and director of Innerlight and a resident of Jamestown, said, “We often offer a selection of free introductory classes at this time of year so newcomers can sample yoga without a commitment. We want them to come to our studio and experience our welcoming atmosphere and friendly supportive teachers. It’s one small way we can give back to the community. YogaFest also gives our continuing students a chance to try out new styles or more diffi- cult levels of practice.”

Kim Chandler has been teaching yoga for 15 years, opening her local studio in 1995. All of Innerlight’s professionally trained and certified teachers have several years of teaching experience. The studio is conveniently located in Middletown with plentiful safe parking. For the latest Innerlight Center for Yoga newsletter stop by the studio or call 849-3200 to have one mailed. The class schedule can be found online at www.innerlightyoga.com.

The winter session at Innerlight begins on Jan. 8. A beginner special offers six classes for $60. Drop-ins are welcome for a fee of $16 per class. Call the studio for more details. Over 25 classes ranging from gentle to vigorous and beginner to advanced are offered every week.

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