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Tue Sep 2

8:30 am to 9:45 am
Level 1 - Liz Dion

5:30 pm to 6:45 pm
Level 1-2 - Amanda Anderson

7:00 pm to 8:15 pm
Level 1-2 - Amanda Anderson

Wed Sep 3

10:00 am to 11:00 am
Gentle Yoga - Leslie Carleton

12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
WED NOON (1-2) - Leslie Carleton

6:00 pm to 7:15 pm
Level 1-2 - Sharon Comeau


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(See Special Events Page for more details)


Monday, September 1, 9–10:15 am
Labor Day Practice, Level 1-2

Liz Dion

Begin this Labor Day holiday with a yoga practice! Sign up on our schedule page.


Friday, September 5, 5:30–7 pm
Happy 11 Years, Upper Valley Yoga!

All are welcome, old friends and new,  to celebrate 11 years of yoga in the Upper Valley (I know: “10 years” has a much nicer ring, but last summer got away from me). Whether you started with us in 2003 in the Black Community Center, discovered us in Norwich, or took your first class in our current, beautiful Dreamland Building space in WRJ, you are all part of the Upper Valley Yoga family! Come to an all-levels practice with a gaggle of your fave UVY instructors teaching “tag team” style. Stay for some nibbles and libations. The class will be by-donation, and all proceeds will feed our own Karma Fund, making yoga available to everyone. Do sign up for this class so we know how many are coming. Bring your own mat if you can.

Saturday, September 6, 5–6 pm
Teacher Training Open House (300 Hr)

Liz Heffernan

Join Liz Heffernan, Program Director, for a free information session to learn more about the upcoming 300 hour Advanced Yoga Teacher Training to be held at Upper Valley Yoga beginning September 12, 2014.  Sign up on our schedule page to let us know you are coming or just stop by. For more information about the program visit:

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Our breath is constantly rising and falling, ebbing and flowing, entering and leaving our bodies. Full body breathing is an extraordinary symphony of both powerful and subtle movements that massage our internal organs, oscillate our joints, and alternately tone and release all the muscles in the body. It is a full participation in life.” – Donna Farhi