Yoga with Sondra Loring
Wednesdays, beginning at Noon
Classes are 60 minutes
Sondra Loring, long-time yoga teacher, farmer and activist, is also a community builder, dancer and choreographer. As founder of Sadhana Center for Yoga and Meditation in Hudson and Satya Yoga Center in Rhinebeck, she has fostered a thriving yoga community in the Hudson Valley. She founded and directs the Sadhana Service Project, bringing yoga and mindfulness to those impacted by trauma addiction and incarceration. Sondra reimagines yoga to be inclusive and teaches a blend of somatics, strength training and mobility practices. She offers an approach that encourages each student to participate with intelligence and grace. Her classes are valued for their creative flow of movement, lightheartedness, and sense of community.
Classes are $20. Preregistration Required.
Classes will be held in our Dance Barn.
We will meet in the middle parking lot and walk down as a group.
Restrooms are available in the theater lobby.
Please bring your own water, mat, and towel.
5 Class Passes are available for purchase here.
Attendees will be required to provide proof of full vaccination (two shots and at least one booster), or a negative PCR test within 72 hours of performance, or a negative antigen test the day of the event. Masks are optional.
Parking is available at the theater:
2980 Route 66
Chatham, NY 12037
Our Pavilion Theater and Dance Barn are equipped with doors on two sides, providing safe, natural cross-ventilation.
Movement Without Borders is a perfect complement to PS21/Chatham PATHWAYS, our annual series of creative placemaking that fosters collaboration between regional and local artists and the community to enhance cultural life and well-being. Led by contemporary performance and theater luminaries, Movement Without Borders brings yoga, Pilates, exercise, dance, and self-expression to young and old. Instructors are drawn from talented professionals based in the Hudson Valley, visiting from Bennington’s MFA dance program, and elsewhere.
Movement Without Borders sessions are held in our sprung-floor Dance Barn, Pavilion Theater stage, and on PS21’s 100 acres of trails, open spaces, meadows, woodlands, and orchards. Open to the public from dawn to dusk, the grounds offer stunning views of the Catskills from the hills behind our theater. These priceless resources are available for our artists and our community, and there’s no better time than this spring and summer to get acquainted with this splendid “backyard.”