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Yoga for Every Body with Mimi Budnick at RWPBC – SOLD OUT!
December 4 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Series 2 of Yoga with Mimi Budnick at RWPBC is sold out! Please follow us on Social Media for information about Yoga in 2022! Looking for a Health and wellness class? Learn more about our NEW 6-week Tai Chi for Arthritis and Fall Prevention series here: https://www.providenceri.gov/event/tai-chi-6-week-series/all/. All ages can benefit from the lessons that will be taught to improve your balance, coordination, and agility.
Join us for “Yoga for Every Body” with Mimi Budnick, a 5-week yoga series inside the beautiful greenhouses at RWP Botanical Center!
Mimi describes her class as: “Accessible yoga, good for beginners and long-time practitioners alike. A well-rounded practice to build strength, release tension in the body, and cultivate peace in the mind and the heart.”
This 5-week series will run on Saturday mornings from 9am-10am from November 13th – December 18th, shipping November 27th. Participants must bring their own yoga mat & water. Participants may check in at the RWPBC ticket booth as early at 8:30am and are invited to stay and enjoy the lush gardens and greenhouses after class. RWPBC does NOT have yoga mats available.
Non-Member Price: $10 per session or $40 for all 5 sessions
RWPBC Member Price: $8.50 per session or $34.00 for all 5 sessions
Learn more about Mimi on her website (mimibudnick.com) and read her bio below!
Mimi Budnick is a queer yoga teacher and herbalist based in Providence, Rhode Island who draws from her long history as a community organizer and adult educator to connect with her students and create an environment that feels open and welcoming.
Mimi has been a student of yoga since 2001, and received her Vinyasa teacher certification in 2010 from Tom Gillette at Eyes of the World. Eventually gravitating to the more subtle sides of yoga, Mimi has done intensive study in trauma sensitive yoga, yin, and restorative yoga. Mimi is certified as an Ayurvedic Lifestyle Consultant through the American Institute of Vedic studies and has recently begun the pathway to becoming a clinical herbalist at the Vermont Center for Integrative Herbalism.
She offers individual consultations, classes, workshops and trainings that guide people into deeper and more meaningful connection with themselves, their community, and the world around them.