Lunchtime Yoga

This class is taught by:

Jennifer Freeman

Jennifer is the owner of Pause Yoga. She feels strongly that yoga should be accessible to all people. This feeling is manifested in her lessons as she encourages modification of postures to each individual’s ability. She guides her students to open their bodies as well as their minds and hearts, while encouraging healthy alignment and flowing breath. Her classes always feature lots of stretching & strength while keeping the energy light. Jennifer teaches a blend of Hatha yoga inspired by Vinyasa flow, Anusara, Gentle and Senior training. Her joyful spirit, kind heart & love for teaching will inspire your practice. She trained at Peachtree Yoga Center in Sandy Springs, GA, as well as certification in Gentle Senior Yoga from Yoga Vista Academy. Jennifer is a certified and Registered Yoga Teacher with the Yoga Alliance at the 200 hour level.

Shannon Worth

Shannon dabbled in a yoga practice on and off for years strictly as a workout, as she studied and worked in the fitness industry for years. When she started to deepen her practice practicing with some very inspiring teachers in Boston, she fell in love with yoga for its mindfulness and respect for the physical body. It was an awakening to know this mindful movement, different from any other, could gain those results, and she never turned back. Shannon’s yoga practice became so beneficial to all aspects of her life that she was compelled to spread the wealth. She also teaches high school Wellness and started teaching yoga to her students at school, and to the athletes and staff after school. She then completed her 200-hr. teacher training at Back Bay Yoga. Shannon’s classes are challenging with a focus on respecting one’s own body and emphasize listening to the body, always offering lots of options. Her students are encouraged to approach their practice with playfulness and fun.
Stretch out during your lunch break, move your shoulders and hips, relax your mind before grabbing lunch and going back to work.
Fifty-minute class.