Free Class w/ Runa Yoga
BYO mat to this FREE yoga class with Runa Yoga at Wild State Cider. All ages and skill levels are welcome. Class will be held on the patio, or inside the taproom if there’s rain. Just bring your mat and your zen!
Cider will be available for purchase to enjoy during and after the class. Doors open at 10:00am.
No registration required – first come!
Instructors vary week to week. Meet the instructors below!
Sophie believes that yoga is for every body and has experienced how connecting mind and body can be so healing. She strives to make yoga accessible, approachable, and possible for all who seek it. She creates a welcoming space for students of all abilities to explore their practice and have fun. Sophie is a passionate reader, writer, and nature lover. You can expect to leave her classes feeling grounded, calm, and strong.
Aubrey believes in the ability to heal your body and achieve optimal wellness through breath, movement, and nutrition. She credits yoga for bringing physical, mental, and spiritual wellness to her own life. It is her hope that the classes she leads serve as an opportunity to slow down, connect to breath, and leave feeling relaxed and recharged. When she is not on the mat, she is likely out exploring the trails with her Labradoodle, Opie.
Madeline’s mission is to bring joy and laughter to others on and off the mat. She thrives on connection and her classes offer a safe space to feel kindness and acceptance. She offers a space to play and feel confident in any class or pose. Madeline believes that yoga can be as much a creative outlet as a mindful practice. She honors that yoga is for everyone and everybody, bringing that sense of belonging with her in life on and off the mat. Madeline is trained in vinyasa and yin styles.
Mary has been practicing yoga since she was in fifth grade and is so thankful for the impact that it has had on her life. Off her
mat, Mary uses the skills of mindfulness and balance that yoga has graciously provided as the Education Director at Hartley Nature Center. Her mission is to cultivate compassion forward spaces that allow students to approach their practice, their bodies and their mindset with curiosity and wonder rather than judgment. She provides the opportunity for challenge to feel joyful and creative while encouraging students to grow those qualities on and off the mat.