“Through yoga I’ve learned to take a moment to breathe when faced with an unfavorable situation—Covid-19, in this instance,” says Katie Melancon, who like EAC’s other yoga instructor, Lilli Danaea, has continued to meet weekly with her students via Zoom since the EAC building closed in March. “No longer … [Read More]
Seeing a recent video—on toothbrushing—created by Kathleen Dunbar, dental hygienist and longtime Stage East actress, EAC director Chris Grannis joked about how Kathleen was ‘driven to it’ by quarantine life, which is preventing Kathleen from taking to the stage as she’s done memorably in many productions at the center. … [Read More]
Katie Melancon, one of EAC’s yoga teachers, presents here a body and breath check-in to be used to help center and rebalance viewers, and intended to be used as often as is helpful, or memorized and revisited by the student whenever appropriate. Katie teaches a Zoom yoga session each … [Read More]
Katie Wilson, leader of EAC’s Gentle Flow Yoga, has brought her weekly session online at her usual time—Saturdays from 8:30-9:30 am. Please contact Katie—firstname.lastname@example.org—for information about how to participate.
Lilli Danaea, RYT, will lead a weekly class focused on mindfulness practice, breath awareness, proper alignment and building strength and flexibility. Please bring your mat if you have one! Cost by sliding fee scale, $8-12. Info: email@example.com. Please note: NEW students are invited to try their first class free of charge … [Read More]
Katie Wilson will offer Gentle Flow yoga class at the EAC on Saturday mornings from 8:30-9:30 am. Wilson is originally from New York, and began her yoga practice there, then received her RYT-200 certification while living in Florida. She has returned to Maine to be close to family and … [Read More]