South Pomfret, Vermont
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Slow Flow Yoga

Build core strength and increase the sense of calm in your body and mind.

A balanced vinyasa flow class encourages students to find freedom and peace within their own boundaries. Tomoko’s teaching style largely focuses on helping students find proper alignments and move deeper into postures after meditation; she offers support through helpful anatomical cues and individual modifications. This class is designed to build core strength and increase a sense of calm in the body and mind. Students will find a welcoming space open to everyone, from beginners to advanced practitioners. After the class, students will feel refreshed and energized. 

Note: We’ve changed our class format to follow state health and safety guidelines during COVID-19. Yoga will not run as a drop-in option this fall, but will instead be offered for three multi-week sessions.

Please wear comfortable clothes and bring your own yoga mat and a towel. 

Tomoko Liguori was born and raised in Kamakura, Japan. Always passionate about yoga, she has been a practitioner for over 30 years. Tomoko completed her yoga teacher training in 2010 under Michael Gilbert, who specializes in structural integration, and finished an Advanced Therapeutic Yoga Teacher Training (300 hours) in June 2015. Since moving to Woodstock in 2011 Tomoko has been teaching at several sites in the Upper Valley, including the Woodstock Recreation Center, Zack’s Place, The Quechee Club, and River Valley Club. Tomoko believes yoga is beneficial to everyone regardless of age, flexibility, or strength.

IMPORTANT: The health and safety of our visitors and staff is our #1 priority. If, due to circumstances beyond our control, it becomes necessary for Artistree to close its doors this fall, any in-progress classes will move to an online format.  Our instructors and patrons will keep in mind that a transition to virtual learning is a possibility. Artistree will issue no refunds or credits for classes that cannot continue to run in person and must move to a virtual platform.