Museum Yoga Expands Schedule
As they believe, “well-being should never be a luxury,” payment is by donation, based on “the individual’s ability to pay, according to their own financial, life circumstances.” The only exception to the policy is the Kids with Autism class, where they will not accept any payment.
In addition to the autism class, they also offer a class specifically for people suffering from chronic illness or chronic pain, as well as a chair yoga class for seniors, which meets three mornings per week. In the minutes leading up to the actual class start time, one of the instructors is often there playing a harmonium (a travel-sized pump organ) and singing call-and-response songs in Sanskrit.
“Yoga is not about asanas (poses), it’s about selfless service,” says instructor Maura Riordan. “We are here to serve those in our community who are in need. We’re off to a good start, but I look forward to creating more special population classes here.”
Location: 7 Lower Center Street, Clinton. For information, call 908-752-4222 or visit MuseumYoga.com. See ad on page 4.