Outdoor Yoga Summer 2024 at Revolution Community Yoga an Fitness in Acton, Massachusetts

Outdoor Slow Flow Yoga at Gardner Field begins June 5th, 2024!
w/ Michelle Goodnow on Wednesdays and Fridays at 8 – 9am
Classes run June 5 – August 28, 2024
Drop-in $20 / Register with regular class passes on the ONLINE SCHEDULE

Gardner Field is located on route 111 directly across the street from Revolution Community Yoga + Fitness and West Acton Villageworks. All classes are weather permitting, check online schedule before heading to class. If a class is cancelled due to weather, your class pass will be credited back to your account. Please bring your own yoga mat, props, water, sunscreen, bug spray, and anything else you need!

This slow flow practice focuses on breath, alignment, and mindful movement. We will move slowly to build strength in our bones, muscles and balance. Props and modifications will be offered, allowing each student to find the right version of a pose for their body. This class is ideal for anyone wanting to explore the deepening of poses with a bit more heat than a gentle yoga class. It is a great class for beginners looking to ease into vinyasa.

June 5, 12, 19, 26
July 10, 17, 24, 31
August 7, 14, 21, 28

FRIDAYS at 8am:
June 7, 14, 21, 28
July 5, 12, 19, 26
August 2, 9, 16, 23

Michelle Goodnow, Yoga Instructor at Revolution Community Yoga and Fitness in Acton, Massachusetts

Michelle Goodnow, Yoga Instructor

About 20 years ago I attended my first yoga class with my mother. I thought I was looking for a different type of exercise, but what I found was so much more.  I found something that provided for not only my physical wellness, but my mental wellness, as well.  Over the years, I have been reliant on the moving meditation I find in yoga to help with taming anxiety and stress.

After partaking in the RCY 200-hour teacher certification class, much of my focus as a teacher has shifted to the importance of the breath and mindfulness emphasized through the philosophy of yoga.  As a long-time teacher of literature, and now of elementary age children, I find that I practice yoga both on the mat and off the mat.  I am committed to helping others, both children and adults alike, to feel confident using breathing techniques, mindfulness skills, and the peace one finds in challenging physical work to quiet their own nervous systems and bring yoga into their own daily lives.