**All cancellations will be posted to the event page so please check HERE if you are not sure!**
Bring increased mindfulness and flexibility to your life with our FREE yoga classes at Mexicali Blues in Newcastle throughout the months of July and August! At 5:30 PM every Tuesday from July 2nd to August 27th, we invite you to join us in unfurling our mats and sharing in the positive energy of this powerful practice, guided by Mae Corwin of Sundara Yoga!
What you need to know/bring:
--Wear comfortable clothing that can stretch and move with you. Pop into the store before class if you'd like us to help you pick out an awesome yoga-friendly outfit!
--Mats and props will be available but are limited; please do bring your own if you have it so we can make sure everyone who shows up is provided for.
--While in class, remember that yoga is all about honoring your body, and if it says slow down or don't do something that hurts, listen.
--Remember to silence your phone, or leave it in your car. :)
--If you have Facebook, please RSVP to the event and share with your friends! All (weather related) cancellations will be posted to the event page so please check there if you are not sure!
We are SO looking forward to sharing in this practice with you! Mae is excited to bring her upbeat, inspired energy to Maine’s flourishing yoga community. Growing up in a family of yogis, Mae feels her life has been inspired by the East in many ways. Mae’s affinity for yoga first began at 6 years old at an ashram in Woodstock, NY where she picked up an asana book and began copying complex poses to the bewilderment of onlookers. With a growing interest in holistic health and preventative medicine and a keen eye for movement analysis, she decided to take on yoga as a lifestyle and career. Mae completed her 200hr Vinyasa training in 2011 at Atmananda in Manhattan, followed by her 500hr Hatha training in 2014 at an ashram in the South of India.
Mae’s class will lead you through controlled breathwork, mindful meditation, and creatively sequenced standing poses, arm balances, backbends, and inversions. Mae’s presence welcomes both novice and advanced practitioners and invites students to express questions or concerns regarding their continued practice. With immense gratitude for her gurus on and off the mat, she looks forward to sharing this ancient practice with her students.