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Parent & Baby Yoga - September Series


Friday, September 6, 20, 27
11AM -12:15 PM

Join us for the September session of Parent-Baby Yoga. Those who pre-register for the full session can do so at a discounted rate! Or, drop-in to the classes that fit your schedule.

September Session (3 classes): $35
Regular drop-in rate: $15

We need a minimum of 3 parent/babies to sign-up in order to run this series each month. Please pre-register to let us know you can make it!

Did you know that we have scholarship funds available for any local parent who would like to attend these classes for FREE? It’s true! Email to learn more.

About this class:

Parent and baby yoga offers caregivers and their newborns a chance to connect with each other and a community of other new parents through yoga. These classes will focus on postpartum healing and poses to help support your baby's optimal development. Take time to nourish yourself and learn tools to support you on your parenting journey. This class is designed for newborn babies 6 weeks old until the point in which they are crawling. Feeding, walking, bouncing, changing, and soothing your babies are perfectly normal during this class.


Instructor Bio:

Tina Robison, RYT 200, began practicing yoga in 2000, being drawn to yoga to promote healing and alleviate suffering.  Tina completed her 200-hour yoga teacher training with Eileen Muir at Karuna in Northampton, and her Birthing Mama® 90-hour Prenatal Yoga and Wellness Teacher Training with Corrine Andrews at Yoga Center Amherst.  Tina has shared her practice as a teacher with community classes, high school classes, and most recently with expectant and new mothers.  Primarily focusing on the teachings of BKS Iyengar, Tina has a gentle approach to yoga that helps create space and integrate body, mind, and emotions.  Tina’s classes are a fun balance of turning inward, challenging yourself, and finding the ease in every pose. 

Earlier Event: September 4
Great Falls Sangha
Later Event: September 15
Herbal Infused Yoga