YOGA Classes in Plymouth, New Hampshire
We are located in beautiful downtown Plymouth on 75 Main Street across
from the historic town common, central to art galleries, unique shops, cafes and restaurants. We offer a warm, safe, space for students to practice and relax. Our class schedule includes morning, evening and Saturday morning group yoga classes for beginner to intermediate students.
Truth On and Off the Mat
Satya Yoga Studio is located with in the Spa at the Common Man, Plymouth NH.
inspired yoga classes that are bound to leave you feeling grounded, energized, and well cared for in your practice. Be sure to bring your bathing suit! All yogi's are welcome to use the pool, hot tub and sauna before or after class! Namaste!
Hatha yoga done with mindfulness and attention to alignment and breath. Reduce stress, increase flexibility, center
your mind. All levels welcome. Kripalu-certified teacher with over fourteen years of experience in yoga and meditation. Ongoing classes in Campton on Mondays and Wednesdays, 4:30-5:45. Please e-mail or call for more information. -Namaste-
Resting peacefully on the shores of Meredith Bay, Sacred Waters Yoga at Mill Falls welcomes you to the premier yoga
studio in central New Hampshire. Our Yoga and Healing Center is dedicated to each individual who walks through the door. This center is about you! At Sacred Waters we offer a variety of morning, afternoon and evening classes for all ages and levels of practice. Enjoy Yoga, Hot Yoga, Aerial Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga, Pilates, Strength Training, and Dance classes taught by some of the best instructors in the area. Check out our state-of-the-art Aerial and Hot Yoga Studio. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced yogi, we’re certain you will find a class that fits your needs. At Sacred Waters we practice what we preach: "No competition. Just practice." We want you to honor yourself and your body but also to dive deep and stretch those edges, to become stronger, more flexible and confident in your body, mind and spirit.
Siobhan Connelly and Nicole Colindres are both experienced practitioners with different yoga personalities though
they anchor through similar beliefs. They created Suddha Studio as a means to develop their ideas as practitioner-teachers. Suddha means 'simple' or 'unblemished/uncomplicated' in Sanskrit. Their aim is to provide a studio where the people in their community can share in practice. That's it. Simple. They both work to encourage self-teaching and growth, independence, and positivity with the practitioners who work with them. These intentions are important so students don't simply rely on the teacher for understanding and confidence. Rather, the student and teacher both meet in the middle while on the mat. Students try their best and the teacher tries her best. Their classes end up pretty awesome that way. Namaste!