CommUnity Yoga

at Greendale Community Church



6:30 p.m.-7:45 p.m 

       Please note that no classes will be held Oct. 6 and 13 2020



Greendale Community Church

6015 Clover Lane

(please note that the only doors that will be open will be the parking lot entrance on Southway. You may also park across the street at the athletic fields. Please use the crosswalk).

Greendale WI 53129



All-levels welcome.  

On Tuesdays evenings, join us for this weekly class as we gently and mindfully

bring movement to all areas of the body. Chair option is available. This class is gentle and restorative.

Classes conclude with a 15 minute relaxation and meditation.

Come enjoy all the benefits

of a yoga practice....improved posture and balance, better concentration,

overall increase in energy, a loving and caring community of like-minded

practitioners and, possibly most important, acceptance of our true self. 


Please follow these guidelines to keep everyone in our community healthy and safe.

As we prepare to begin Tuesday evening yoga at GCC, we have come up with some suggestions and ground rules going forward. Please know that we will revisit these guidelines dependent on current local laws, CDC guidelines, and church leaders’ suggestions.



    Please bring your own props…mat, blanket/towels, blocks, eye pillows, straps, bolster, etc….for the time being, these will not be provided.

    Substitute ideas for props that you may not have

        .Blanket-any blanket or large beach towel. You may like to cover your body in savasana or use it to pad your knees when kneeling.

         Eye Pillow-small hand towel. I also make lavender eye pillows. If you’re interested, please contact me as I make them fresh to order. 

         Strap-a men’s neck tie works well, or a towel that can be thinly rolled/folded. Just something that does not stretch (ex. exercise bands).

         Bolster-A firm pillow or cushion may make extended sitting positions feel more comfortable as well as when in savasana behind the knees.

        Blocks-Thick, hardcover books work well, though traveling with them may prove challenging.



    *we will be practicing social distancing in the space...mat placement is marked on the floor

    *also be mindful of where you place your belongings, keeping separate from others. Remember 6 ft apart from someone not in your immediate family circle.

    *we will have hand sanitizer throughout the room for your use.



    *If you want to do no contact payment, I have a venmo account. Please contact me for more info.  It is free to sign up and is a great way for you to also keep track of your payments and classes.

    *If you must pay cash, please have exact amount, $12. I will not be providing change.

    *I will still accept checks.

    *Rates currently will remain the same: $12 pay-as-you-go or 5 class packages for $50, with no expiration date.

    *Waiver….I have a new waiver that everyone needs to complete before class begins, even if you’ve been coming for years! It’s a one-time completion.

    *Sign-Up required on the Greendale Yoga Signup Page.  We are limited to 12 people, if there is available space, walk-ins are welcome. 



Per the mandate, masks must be worn before, during and after practice.

In accordance with CDC guidance (and our state mandate), the following individuals are Exempt from the face covering requirement:

i. Children between the ages of 2 and 5 are encouraged to wear a mask when physical distancing is not possible. The CDC does not recommend masks for children under the age of 2.

ii. Individuals who have trouble breathing.

iii. Individuals who are unconscious, incapacitated, or otherwise unable to remove the face covering without assistance.

iv. Individuals with medical conditions, intellectual or developmental disabilities, mental health conditions, or other sensory sensitivities that prevent the individual from wearing a face covering.





             $12 pay-per-class rate

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