Yoga by the River @ Assabet Co-Op Market with Revolution Community Yoga and Fitness in Acton, Massachusetts

Revolution Community Yoga is thrilled to partner once again with the Assabet Co-Op Market in Maynard, MA for…


Yoga By The River at the Assabet Co-Op Market in Maynard, MA
Fridays at 8:15 – 9am beginning Friday, June 7th

Slow Flow Yoga w/ RCY’s Brenda Lusher
$15 class registration

These outdoor classes will take place Fridays at 8:15am – 9am (weather permitting) on the expansive back deck of the Assabet Co-Op Market overlooking the beautiful Assabet River.  RCY’s Brenda Lusher will be guiding these Slow Flow yoga classes. Class registration is $15 per person, and a portion of the proceeds will go right back to the Co-Op from Revolution Community Yoga + Fitness.  Please bring your own yoga mat, props, water, and anything else you need.  Pre-registration is required at the class links below. Space is limited – be sure to pre-register in advance!

The Assabet Co-Op Market is located at 86 Powder Mill Road, Maynard, MA 01754 – learn more at

This slow flow vinyasa class focuses on breath, alignment, and mindful movement.  The teacher will break down poses and help students translate verbal cues to muscle memory. 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 “sink” into each pose a bit more as it moves more slowly than a typical vinyasa class.  You will also build strength and heat as you hold poses.  Great class for beginners looking to ease into vinyasa!

Brenda Lusher, Yoga Instructor at Revolution Community Yoga and Fitness in Acton, Massachusetts in West Acton Villageworks

Brenda Lusher, Yoga Instructor

My yoga journey started by signing up for a prenatal yoga class.  As someone who struggled with anxiety, I quickly found that time spent in yoga class was a much-needed peaceful escape.  My practice has evolved and changed over the years as things do, and I always felt that draw to keep exploring.  I lost myself in motherhood as a mom of two for a few years and found my way back into a heated yoga class and fell in love with yoga again.

During my journey through the heated yoga classes, an old horseback riding injury began to surface.  After surgery and much healing, I cautiously found my way back again, worried that I might re-injure myself.  But I found some really amazing teachers who truly taught me yoga, all 8 limbs of yoga.  I began to listen and hear my body for the first time in my life and started learning more about all of yoga’s benefits. My 200-hour teacher training was completed in 2023 with Cindy Boulter at Revolution Community Yoga.

I would call my teaching style inclusive and positive. I aim to teach people to listen to their own bodies and learn their range of motion, so they may truly benefit from their practice and grow in their own self-knowledge.  My time off the mat is spent with my family camping, hiking, and gardening.