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4 Poses over 4 Weeks

Yes, you read that correctly!

4 poses over 4 weeks!

The average yoga class contains anywhere from 12 to 50 poses per hour. For newcomers to yoga, this amount of poses can be not only intimidating, but for the brave who enter a class, it could also be a deterrent to returning.

As a beginner yoga instructor, I have spoken to many people who have gone into a yoga class, felt uncomfortable, left, and stayed away from the mat for YEARS!

At my studio (Pearl Yoga & Fitness) in Keyport, we hope to bring people back to the mat for a more positive experience, and we also hope to create more fulfilling experiences for people who take their first step on the mat.

We accomplish these goals through Pearl Yoga & Fitness' signature "4 Week Beginner Series".

During the 4 week series, a total of 1 yoga posture per class is broken down into accommodating variations for all body types. We work to ensure that each person is supported with encouragement and props to assist the safe entrance and exit of each pose, leaving the practitioner feeling accomplished and empowered.

Additionally, during the hour of each class, participants are led through movements to establish or re-establish mobility, providing insight into the present state of his/her body.

Our next "4 Week Beginner Series" starts Tuesday, October 23rd from 6:30-7:30pm, and through this blog, I cordially invite you to attend the 1st of the 4 classes for $15, and then you can decide if you want to purchase all 4 of the classes for a total of $59 (the $15 will be applied). If you are unable to attend 1 or more of the series, no problem, you can make it up at the next series OR you can attend our beginner class on Saturdays at 11:15am.

At Pearl, we are always willing to work with you! We want you to love yoga as much as we do.

If you are ready to register, visit!

If you have any questions, please message me at!

See you on the mat!

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