Yoga + Art = A perfect (mat)ch!
Back by popular demand…come practice yoga in a beautiful and inspiring environment! WOW.
We invite you to join us for a six-week yoga series at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art! Each Thursday morning, start your day with breath-work, flowing yoga sequences, and an overall good stretch for the body, mind, and spirit. Rachel will provide modifications and variations to support everyone’s practice. Each class will end with a period of deep relaxation before you head out into the day.
Everyone is welcome!
Note: please bring a yoga mat if you have one and wear comfortable layers to move in.
About Rachel Nixon
Rachel is a creative, compassionate teacher. She fell in love with yoga and meditation in 2001, and within a few years, she knew she wanted to teach. Rachel trained at Kripalu in 2006, and she has been teaching in the Midcoast ever since. In 2014, she founded The Dancing Elephant to create a gathering place for yoga, meditation, and art in downtown Rockland. Rachel has a Masters in Education, as well as teaching certificates in Kripalu Yoga, Kundalini Yoga, Art and Yoga, Children’s Yoga, and Yin Yoga. She is a Shambhala Meditation Guide. Prior to opening the studio, Rachel served as Executive Director of the Georges River Land Trust and the Director of Julia’s Gallery for Young Artists at the Farnsworth. She lives with her partner Aaron and his daughters in Camden. In her free time, Rachel loves to spend time with her family– swimming, sailing, and doing art projects.