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Baby and Me Yoga

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Tuesday 7/5/2022 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Tuesday 7/12/2022 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Tuesday 7/19/2022 10:00 am - 11:00 am

$150.00 Baby and Me Yoga Series
$30.00 Baby and Me Yoga Drop in

Baby and Me Yoga combines postpartum strength-building exercises and breath-based relaxation for adults as well as gentle movement for babies. In this one-hour session, you'll get the chance to bond with your baby, move, stretch, build strength, and connect with fellow new parents. Mothers, fathers, caregivers, and babies all welcome. Classes are designed for babies 6 weeks to pre-crawling. 

Fully vaccinated students may attend in-person, and we'll also livestream the class on Zoom. Masks are required. Drop-ins are welcome, space permitting.

Partial scholarships are available for those experiencing financial hardship.

Elizabeth Hubley

Elizabeth is honored to be able to share her yoga practice through teaching. She began her yoga journey in New York City and quickly began to embrace one of the practice's greatest lessons: the ability to find calm amidst the chaos. Elizabeth's perse training and experience includes hatha, flow, yin and restorative yoga, Thai yoga massage, and aerial yoga. 

She's deeply committed to supporting women through prenatal and postnatal yoga and beyond. While raising her two crazy kids and spending lots of time in nature, Elizabeth works to inspire her students to embrace who they are and who they want to become both on the mat and in the world. 

What to expect in class
In her classes, Elizabeth encourages her students to confront challenges, find space, and delight at the ways we are able to learn and change every day. She provides opportunities to explore both body and mind through the perse styles that she teaches - weaving elements of vinyasa flow, yin and restorative yoga into her classes. Elizabeth connects with each one of her students, offering modifications, adjustments, and often laughter to provide a safe environment for self-study and growth.