Release, Rejuvenate & Relax: A Heart-Opening Class to Benefit Minute Man Arc

Release, Rejuvenate & Relax:
A Heart-Opening Class to Benefit Minute Man Arc
w/ Meagan MacNeill
Sunday, January 12th @ 1 – 2:30pm in the RCY Loft
Be sure to pre-register to reserve your spot!
Suggested Donation $25, but any donation is welcome!
Please bring your donation to class in cash or check (check made to Minute Man Arc).  Individuals financially unable to donate are welcome to class.
Learn more about Benefit Minute Man Arc @
Read about the quilt raffle below!

On January 12th we will be coming together at Revolution Community Yoga to open our hearts and support Acton’s own Minute Man Arc.  The money raised will be used for pediatric equipment and installation of handicapped bathrooms. As a community, we are opening our hearts to a very worthwhile cause.

This three-part class will focus on heart-opening poses to help strengthen our upper back and open our chest.  These poses promote better posture, mood-elevation and more connection with the world around us!  Class will begin with myofascial release, using therapy balls to massage the fascia in the shoulders, upper back and chest.  Next comes an energizing all levels vinyasa flow to warm the body, mind & spirit!  Lastly, we’ll melt into deeply relaxing heart-opening restorative poses, settling into the space we’ve created.  This class is appropriate for all levels

Minute Man Arc is also raffling off this beautiful quilt as part of the fundraising efforts!  To buy a raffle ticket, text EXTRASTEPS to 44321. (This is not case sensitive.) You’ll immediately receive a link to our Extra Steps fundraising site and it defaults to a $10 donation which enters you into the raffle.

Meagan MacNeill
Hi, I am Meagan MacNeill, and I am so excited to be part of your yoga journey.  I began my yoga practice 20 years ago when I was just out of high school.  I was sick of my traditional exercise routine and wanted to shake things up a bit.  My first class was an Ashtanga-based class.  Included in this class was Lion Pose (basically, you come forward stick out your tongue and breath as loud as you can, that audible sound is the Lion’s Roar). I wondered WHAT am I doing here?!  Why did I keep going back?  The answer is simple, I felt so much better in my own body.  What I was learning on the mat began to transfer into my life off the mat.  I was becoming a peaceful, happier me!  As my love and understanding for yoga deepened, I knew that I wanted to teach and share my knowledge with others.  I completed my training at Revolution Community Yoga’s first 200-hour teacher training with Cindy Boulter.  I look forward to seeing you on the mat.