In a press release, she wrote, “If over-indulgence is on the menu this Thanksgiving, make plans to restore your core and get back to balance in this special day-after class! We will incorporate restorative postures, core strength building sequences, detoxifying twists, deep hip and heart openers, posture and balance refiners, and close with a stress relieving guided meditation. Immerse yourself in the feeling and the breath of yoga and notice how this positively affects your choices in not only the food you eat but also the attitude you have towards others. This class is geared towards all levels of adults.”
Two sessions are planned, from 9:00-10:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Pre-registration is required by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (978) 302-8308; be sure to indicate a class time preference. The charge is $14 per class. Dries advises, “Please wear comfortable clothes to move in, and bring water and a yoga mat if you have one.”
Until Buddha Nest Yoga’s new studio opens early next year, classes are held at 30B Hollis Street, Groton.