Dean began the practice of hatha yoga in 1988 out of curiosity. This curiosity turned into taking a leave of absence from work to live in an ashram and study hatha yoga full time in 1992. After returning from the teaching residency Dean began what has been a continuous weekly teaching practice at the The St. Johnsbury Center for Well Being for the last 23 years.
Over the years as a result of studying with other teachers; Beryl Bender, Jonny Kest, Charles Matkin, Mark Whitwell, David Life & Sharon Gannon, Paul Grilley, Aadil Palkhivala and many others, Dean’s class has evolved into a hybrid of many styles.
The class is physical but not so imposing as to intimidate newcomers to the practice. Dean maintains a daily practice and is studying and evolving both his personal practice and teaching on an ongoing basis.
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Yoga Schedule July & August 2017
Monday Evenings with Dean 5:30-6:45PM
Thursday Mornings with Sherri 9AM-10:15AM
About SHERRI BEARCE...
Sherri has been practicing yoga for over 13 years and sharing her practice since August of 2013 . She obtained her 200 RYT through Rising Spirit Yoga with Joy Fichiera and Carolyn Smith. Through asana (postures) and pranayama (breathwork) and guided meditation, Sherri will challenge you physically, emotionally and mentally. Yoga with Sherri will help you cultivate compassion, calmness and your inner warrior. You will gain flexibility, strength and endurance. You will be encouraged to honor where you are "today" whether it's that extra vinyasa or chillen in child's pose. You will be encouraged to smile, laugh and above all, have fun.
Sherri lives in Barnet, Vermont with her husband, and their two boxers, Roxy and Gracie.
"Each time you judge yourself you break your own heart."
"Yogic practice is about getting under the moment or activity."
"Without self-acceptance there can be no accurate self-observation."
"All spiritual journeys have a destination of which the traveller is unaware."
"In the final analysis, it is wise to remember that in our vision of yoga, as in our vision of all things, we see the world not as it is, but as we are."
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