Outdoor yoga offered at SVM

Outdoor yoga offered at SVM

Thursday, June 8, 6 p.m.—Granville, N.Y.—Slate Valley Museum is excited to partner with Studio G Yoga owner Nicole Kroosz to offer Gentle Yoga on Thursdays, June 8-29 at 6 p.m. The classes will be held outdoors in S.V.M.’s backyard with the Mettawee River as a backdrop. Classes are $10 per session or $8 in advance.

Gentle Yoga is a great introduction to yoga moving through seated, kneeling and balancing poses. It offers foundational poses and a softer practice, great for beginners or those with limitations to explore movement and flexibility.

“I try to prioritize creating a space for students to connect with themselves while moving students through a fun yet challenging class,” said Kroosz.

Kroosz started regularly practicing hot yoga about three years ago, and through consistency she witnessed her own growth and love for yoga. She decided to further her practice through a teacher training offered in Queensbury, N.Y. and received her certification. She has continued her training by completing the NuPower Yoga certification earlier this year.

“I love yoga because of the path it has put me on. Not only have I strengthened my physical body but also my mind and spirit. I hope to be able to share that with fellow practitioners,” said Kroosz.

Slate Valley Museum is located at 17 Water St., Granville, N.Y. For more information, visit slatevalleymuseum.org.

Photo courtesy of Slate Valley Museum

Studio G Yoga owner Nicole Kroosz sits atop a rock at Slate Valley Museum with Mettawee River behind.

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