Yin Yoga Sequence: Falling Inward

The greens of summer have given way to a brilliance of red, orange, and gold. The energy of this season marks the end of one phase of growth and regeneration, and moves into the phase of harvesting, storing, and preparing Read More

Getting Started with Yoga

While yoga has been around for centuries, it has surged in popularity over the last two decades. There are currently 37 million people in the US alone who practice yoga – that’s 1 in 10 people! So, chances are, if Read More

Yin Yoga Sequence: Summer Chill Out

Summer is upon us, and with it comes longer days, warmer temperatures, and a jam packed calendar. According to Taoist philosophy, Summer is a Yang time of year, and our activities and physical vitality certainly reflect this as we soak Read More

Yin Yoga Sequence: Spring Renewal

The first week of spring in New England has given rise to some doubt that winter isn’t quite done with us.  Despite the current frigid temperatures and a March blizzard, spring is showing signs of emergence, with the sun observed Read More

Teacher Feature: Valerie Costello

Valerie has been teaching at FYC for a few weeks now, and word of her extraordinary skills as a teacher is spreading like wildfire.  Get to know a little more about her here, and be sure to spend a Sunday Read More

Yin Yoga Sequence: Winter Nourishment

Winter is the most yin of all the seasons.  It’s energy is dark, slow and inward compared to the yang of the warmer months, whose energy represents light, quick, heated, expansive qualities.  We observe this in nature, as the earth Read More

Yin Yoga Sequence: Wring it Out

A spinal twist can serve as a sigh of relief for your entire being.  A reset for the whole body, twisting postures can be both energizing and neutralizing, which can be the perfect antidote for when you’re feeling tired or Read More

Yin Yoga Sequence: Low and Slow

November is a time of transition.  Here in New England, we witness the rapidly changing landscape as the trees shed their leaves, and the chill of wind moves through, drying the earth, the air and our bodies.  As we move Read More