Summer Yoga at The Boston Common Frog Pond
Due to COVID-19, we are currently not holding any summer yoga classes.
Please stay tuned for further announcements on offerings in the future.
Joins us every Thursday at 6:00 pm near the Frog Pond Carousel for free summer yoga! Vibrant instructors will lead a vinyasa flow class for all levels, encouraging everyone to challenge themselves at their own pace. The classes focus on releasing stress and expanding energy, all while taping into nature at America’s oldest public park. Participants should come prepared with their own mats and plenty of water.
Although Genevieve has been practicing yoga since childhood, she still feels the thrill of opportunity and fresh beginnings every time she steps on the mat. That perspective informs her teaching, making each class a blend of dynamic, playful, and challenging sequences that quiet the mind while re-energizing the body. She’s been certified and teaching in the Boston area since 2003 but once appeared in a 1980s instructional yoga video for kids — complete with a leotard and Princess Leia braids — that still makes her laugh to this day. Genevieve is a true yoga inspiration, gearing her classes toward everyone and everybody with the knowledge and passion to make every class truly memorable.
Christine Tresselt’s joyful, inspirational approach is rooted in her deeply-held belief that yoga heals the body and mind. Her classes combine strength-building for physical fitness, which is inspired by Broga®, balanced with restorative poses and mindful meditation that calm and soothe the soul. In addition to completing her 200-hour teacher training, Christine’s devotion to yoga as a therapeutic art has inspired her to become a certified Reiki practitioner which deepens her teaching and personal yoga practice. Her classes are open to all skill-levels and she allows room to explore sensation and breath in the body through a varied asana practice.
Meet Christine on the mat at Borealis Yoga in Medford and Vital Core in Woburn and follow her on Facebook and Instagram to learn about her upcoming yoga classes for athletes.
Emily Leadholm is a senior teacher and member of the Yoga Teacher Training Faculty at O2 Yoga in Somerville and Cambridge. What she loves about yoga is the way it carves a path inward and wakes people up to themselves; both the physical and emotional self. Emily’s classes focus on feeling the yoga through creative sequencing and mindful stillness. When she is not teaching or practicing yoga, Emily is a psychotherapist in private practice in Cambridge, MA.
Lauren found her way into her first yoga class after years of sports, running and being an avid athlete. From the first class, she was hooked,and knew instantly that she wanted to be a yoga instructor.
Lauren’s classes are an active, powerful, movement based vinyasa, and they are crafted and created to be accessible for all. Lauren has crafted a style that incorporates strength and stretch, but also mindfulness that allows the student to feel and move in a safe way.
Lauren has been teaching and studying this practice for over 11 years. Lauren has studied with Baron Baptiste, Chanel Luck, Bonnie Argo, and many other well-known yoga instructors, and is a 500 RYT instructor. She is dedicated to continuing to learn and grow and bring to her knowledge to her students.