Moonlit Flow / Full Moon Flow
Join us in Piers Park for a special nighttime yoga practice as the moon rises over Boston Harbor! Just like your traditional Vinyasa Flow, you will move through a series of poses intentionally sequenced to realign the body, reset the nervous system, and settle the mind. This is an all-levels class, as all teachers are knowledgeable on how to modify poses for new students or students with injuries, pregnancies, and special circumstances. We will meet in the amphitheater area in front of the flagpoles. Please bring bug spray and layers, it gets chilly at night on the water!
Monthly, we offer a Full Moon Flow on the date of the full moon.
The Point East Boston Barre & Yoga / 20 Orleans Street, East Boston / www.thepointeb.com / /
When Life Gets Tough Return To Your Breath And Find Your Center
Krysta-Lyn reluctantly agreed to attend her first yoga class unaware of what magic she would find on her mat. While living daily with the severe anxiety and panic that accompanies loss, she quickly found refuge in the power of breath and gratitude. Overcome by the immense sense of peace yoga could provide, she immersed herself in her practice learning that life truly exists between the inhale and exhale.
With these new universal tools, Krysta-Lyn sought to share her passion and received her 200 hour certification from South Boston Yoga. Now, she is transitioning from the corporate world of finance into a balanced career and life of healing. Yogis of all levels can expect her classes to be a physical challenge, with a true sense of calm and absolute vulnerability.
For peace, love and universe – K
East Boston Barre And Yoga
Posted: We do offer class packs at a discounted rate for students, teachers, healthcare providers, and first responders. Please email us at thepointeb.com for details. We can’t wait to see you around the studio. Be prepared to move, stretch, and enjoy your class! Please review our studio policies for more information.
You May Like: Exercise After C Section To Reduce Tummy
Read All About The Latest Gym Openings Healthy Events And Fitness Trends In Our Twice Weekly Wellness Newsletter
The Point/Photo provided
After growing up in East Boston and working in the neighborhood for the past decade, Angela DAmore noticed something missing: a yoga studio.
I definitely noticed it personally as a void in the neighborhood, she says, and I knew just from talking to people that that was a void that people wanted to be filled.
DAmore, a school teacher and longtime yoga practitioner, decided to do so herself. This weekend, shell welcome her first batch of students to the Point, East Bostons first barre and yoga studio.
The Point will offer a variety of barre and yoga classes for students of all levels, as well as Pilates classes, workshops, and events. Drop-in classes will cost an industry standard $16, though DAmore says the studio will also host regular community and free classes.
This summer, for example, instructors will lead free classes in Piers Park every other Saturday morning. The Point will also host an open house weekend on June 10 and 11, offering three free classes per day so neighborhood residents can get a feel for the studio. A grand opening ceremony will follow in mid-July.
As finishing touches are put on the studio, DAmore says shes focused on keeping the Point a locally owned, locally centered community resource.
I wanted to teach in East Boston to provide a service, she says. I look at the studio as an extension of that service, to bring this to the community and make it accessible to everyone who wants to walk through the door.