During the Coronavirus closure, our yoga teachers are hosting yoga classes online through Zoom video conferences.
Turning Point Center of Chittenden County's free regular yoga programs are here for you, online. Grab your laptop, tablet or phone, and join us for your regular yoga class right from home.
We offer two styles of yoga to support your recovery: Recovery Community Yoga and Y12SR Yoga. Our Thursday Y12SR class is sponsored by Sangha Studio's Community Yoga Program.
All our classes are taught by certified instructors who have experience teaching people in recovery and people with assorted traumas. Classes are free and open and accessible to anyone, with any level of experience, including complete beginners.
To Join one of our yoga Zoom classes, email the instructor before the start of class to receive your Zoom invite.
Online Recovery Community Yoga Class Schedule
Recovery Community Yoga
In our Recovery Community Yoga classes, the students and teachers are all people in recovery, all forms of recovery, at all stages of their journey.
Through moving and breathing together, the participants feel whole, centered and calm.
Classes are held online via Zoom: Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 10:30 am - 11:30 am.
Meet Our Recovery Community Yoga Instructors
Krista Instructs Y12SR Yoga
Y12SR Yoga includes a recovery themed, gentle practice, exploring movement and breath, followed by a 12-Step discussion.
Any behavior we continuously do and get the SAME unsuccessful results is considered an addiction in Y12SR. Through doing the investigative work of Y12SR Yoga, we learn how to slowly cultivate new thoughts, patterns and behaviors.
Classes are held online via Zoom:
Monday, 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm.
Thursday, 5:00 pm - 6:15 pm.
Yoga has given me the opportunity to breathe, pause and go deep inside myself.” — Diane
Recovery Yoga has helped me with some chronic pain and flexibility issues. Plus, I love the warm, calming camaraderie with my fellow students and the teachers.” — Christine
Moving meditations, such as yoga, have helped me to be mindful of myself and where I am going in my recovery.” — Chris