Welcome to North Shore Restorative Yoga


North Shore Restorative Yoga is a boutique yoga healing arts studio and wellness center on the North Shore of Boston. We offer an intimate, sacred space to practice vinyasa flow, the basics, and slow, gentle restorative yoga. Safely stretch your body, gently calm your mind and inspire your heart with our variety of class offerings that NEVER SKIP SAVASANA! Our experienced instructors are masters of yoga instruction and deep relaxation. We offer daily classes, workshops and private sessions to include Vinyasa Flow and Restore, Slow Flow, Gentle Restore, Basics, and Relax and Restore. Link to schedule ›

Welcome to North Shore Restorative Yoga


North Shore Restorative Yoga is a boutique yoga healing arts studio and wellness center on the North Shore of Boston. We offer an intimate, sacred space to practice the basics and slow, gentle restorative yoga. Safely stretch your body, gently calm your mind and inspire your heart with our variety of class offerings that NEVER SKIP SAVASANA! Our experienced instructors are masters of yoga instruction and deep relaxation. We offer daily classes, workshops and private sessions to include Flow and Restore, Slow Flow, Gentle Restore, Beginners, and Relax and Restore. Link to schedule ›

Everyone is welcome here

Schedule


Our classes are designed to meet everyone’s needs.

Whether you are new to yoga or an experienced practitioner, our space will support your path to yoga and healing. We highly encourage students to register online to secure your space in our daily classes that are intended to be small so that each student receives specialized attention. Register Now! Mindbody ›

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Drop in rate $17
10 Class Card $150
Visa and MasterCard only




Classes

Flow and Restore

The perfect balance. Breath. Movement. Relaxation. A joyful vinyasa flow with attention to breath to warm and tone the body with traditional yoga poses followed by calming, therapeutic restorative poses to soften the body, mind and open the heart.


Slow Flow

Slow, powerful, mindful movement with breath. Basic poses to release tension and ease the mind, calm the nervous system and brighten the heart. A perfect hour of release.


Gentle Restore

Breathe, relax and connect to your body with compassion and kindness through each movement. Learn that slowing down and paying attention is powerful medicine and the heart of yoga. Find mindfulness in motion leaving you rejuvenated and relaxed.

Basics

Learn the basics with a smile…and then learn them again and again and again. This class is for the first time yogi and the experienced yogi. No judgement. No expectation. Just you, your body and breath moving slowly, gently and mindfully. You will never regret it.


Relax and Restore

Just be. A powerful, gentle and simple practice using bolsters, blocks and supported postures to bring the body back to balance. Focus on your breath and guided visualizations to harmonize the mind, body and heart.


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Workshops

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Teachers

Katie, ERYT and founder of North Shore Restorative Yoga, found yoga and instantly fell in love. She realized that yoga was a lifelong practice to true self-love, healing and transformation. Always a spiritual seeker on the path to find happiness and health, the physical practice of yoga and the philosophy continuously remind her to reconnect to the wisdom of the body, the witness of the mind and the light of the heart. She is a teacher, counselor, mother and student, always returning to the path of yoga to anchor her during the most challenging times, the most joyful times and all that life offers in between.

Katie enjoys all forms of yoga and her heart was drawn to the deep healing of restorative yoga as a way to cope and find resilience with the many challenges that life can bring. By supporting the body with props in simple, yet deeply therapeutic poses, linked with slow, mindful breathing, Katie found that by being still, she could truly experience the true essence of healing and heart opening.

Katie inspires her students to awaken and reconnect daily to their bodies through gentle, mindful movement that encourages physical, mental and emotional well-being. She empowers students to cultivate mindful awareness that restores balance and healing on and off the mat. With advanced degrees in psychology and conflict resolution and her passion for restorative yoga, Katie hopes to encourage a journey back to the heart of what truly matters to each individual through this ancient practice of connecting body, mind and breath. Katie feels grateful every day that it is her job to lead others towards their unique path of health and happiness.

Jill, RYT has been devoted to yoga practice for many years and enjoys that yoga has brought a deeper awareness of to herself and her surroundings. Jill has been influenced greatly by showing up in classes led by countless Baptiste Power Yoga teachers. She has been equally committed to balancing the strength of my Baptiste practice with restorative, yin and Trauma-informed yoga offerings with teachers that she deeply respects.

Jill has certifications and trainings in yoga teaching with Kim Valeri, Elizabeth Huntsman-DeAngelis, Claire Este-MacDonald and Gregor Singleton, Josh Summers, Yoganand Michael Carroll and YogaHope. Yoga has inspired to travel including a photography tour of India along the Ganges River points of Rishikesh and Varanasi; that concluded with a stay in a Darjeeling Tea Plantation. In Feb. 2017, Jill also traveled with YogaHope’s Trauma-informed yoga team on a working tour of Kenya and will be returning to India in Oct. 2017 to travel on a study tour with Yoganand Michael Carroll.

Jemma, RYT, is passionate about working with people through movement and muscular therapy. She got her masters in Theatre Education and has received her 200 hour yoga certification from Iron Crow Yoga Studio followed by 100 hours of Anusara Yoga Immersions 1, 2 and 3. She graduated from Spa Tech Institute with a license in Therapeutic Massage and has also received level 2 Reiki training.

Jemma strives to help people connect to their bodies, hearts and minds through curiosity, balance, awareness, mindfulness, and developing comprehension of where and what is in resistance and over-efforting and offering the tools to learn how to release.

The intention of Jemma’s offerings is to help students and clients to slowly bring balance to back to their human spirit through poses and movements that strengthen areas that need to support and to open areas that need to let go.

“First move well, then move often” Gray Cook

Courtney completed her 200 hour yoga teaching training in Jackson Hole, Wyoming in 2015 and is registered with the Yoga Alliance. Her three teachers had diverse backgrounds in styles and lineages including Kundalini, Kripalu, Anusara, Ashtanga, Iyengar, Bhakti and more. Courtney is most interested in authentic and creative expression, through the mind, body and spirit. She recognizes how the expansive and difficult to summarize practice of yoga can help all of us harmonize with our truth and find sustainable joy through this alignment. Holding space for whatever arises and improvising in the moment to welcome individuals and groups into presence are skills Courtney is constantly refining. Courtney is passionate about the alchemy that occurs through the experience and recovery from all forms of addiction and dis-ease. She looks forward to building community and hosting fun workshops, discovering the connections and parallels between the art of yoga and the art of creative expression. Experiences in these classes and workshops can reveal the remarkable benefits of regularly practicing different forms of yoga and creativity.
Additional Information: Graduate student at Lesley University studying Mental Health Counseling with Expressive Arts Therapy
Suzanne, RYT, began her journey into yoga in 2001 after the birth of her second child.  As a busy working mom of young children, she appreciated the overall sense of well-being and reduced stress she felt after discovering yoga. Since then, Suzanne studied at yogaspirit® Studios to become a certified yoga instructor and has been teaching for over 11 years, focusing primarily on Flow & Power yoga classes, Restorative yoga, Childrens yoga,  and Prenatal yoga.

Suzanne is a graduate of Kerala Ayurveda® Academy Ayurvedic Counselor Program, and yogaspirit® 200 and 500 hour teacher training programs and currently working towards my 1000 Hour yogaspirit® Yoga Therapy certification and has also completed Level 1 Reiki Training.  Suzanne am inspired to share my experiences with my students, encouraging them, through their own practice, to see beyond their self-imposed limitations. “Believe in yourself and the world will follow.”

Teacher Training

200 Hour Teacher Training

Become a Yoga Teacher, transform your yoga practice and deepen your connection to mind, body, spirit. North Shore Restorative Yoga & Holistic Therapies 4 Life will be hosting the 200 hour Yogaspirit Teacher Training beginning September 14th, 2017. Please click on links below to find out more information and feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns. NOW ENROLLING.

Gratitude

North Shore Restorative Yoga is grateful for all the love and support that inspires and creates a yoga healing arts studio. Yoga is union and to us, creating connections and community. Here we honor those who have supported us along the way!


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North Shore Restorative Yoga is a boutique yoga healing arts studio and wellness center on the North Shore of Boston. Our classes are designed to meet everyone’s needs, whether you are new to yoga or an experienced practitioner.


Our studio is in Gloucester, MA

25B Lexington Ave, Gloucester, MA 01930
(Plenty of on-street parking)