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Sunday Morning Yoga and Meditation on Beautiful Crystal Lake with Christine Orio
July 1 - July 29, 2018, Five consecutive Sundays from 10–11a.m. REGISTRATION MUST HAPPEN by Clicking HERE ( Limited to 10 people. Tuition: $65 with preregistration Drop in rate: $15/class *100% of your tuition supports Rensselaer Land Trust and Rennselaer Plateau Alliance Begin your week in communion with nature. Join us on beautiful Crystal Lake for yoga and meditation. This simple class will explore yoga postures and fluid movement to expand the body, as well as meditation and breath work to balance the mind. All are welcome, no previous yoga experience necessary. Please bring a yoga mat, yoga block and/or strap (optional) and wear loose comfortable clothing. Feel free to contact the instructor with any questions or concerns. Class size limited to 10 participants. Christine Orio is a certified instructor of Hatha based yoga and teaches in the Capital District. She has maintained a personal yoga practice for more than 2 decades and believes deeply in its power to heal and nourish the individual as a whole, allowing one to step into a greater sense of mindfulness and balance. Christine is a professional performing artist in the field of Classical Music. Additionally, she shares her passion for health and fitness in the community as a Spin Instructor and a JourneyDance™ Facilitator. Instructor: Christine Orio, [masked] * Note, there is no parking on Crystal Lake Rd. Please park in available spots on the right side of the shared driveway at 11 Crystal lake Rd (garage & barn). Overflow parking available next door at 16 Crystal Lake Rd in front of shed. See you lakeside on the Yoga Deck! Rensselaer Land Trust (RLT) and Rensselaer Plateau Alliance (RPA) have teamed up to share opportunities for you to unplug, connect with nature, and experience what Rensselaer County has to offer. Join us!

Yoga at Crystal Lake

16 Crystal Lake Rd · Averill Park, NY

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The Rensselaer Land Trust is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization preserving land in Rensselaer County, New York. We accomplish this preservation through land acquisition, conservation easements, responsible stewardship, and outreach and education to the public and local governments. In 2012, we are holding 27 events, hikes, paddles, fishing and other outdoor activities.

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