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Gyrokinesis (R), Pilates and Prenatal Yoga With Kathleen Anderson at The Center at WestwoodsThe Center at Westwoods - 590 Gay Street, Westwood, MA 02090
GYROKINESIS WITH KATHLEEN R. ANDERSON
Starting Monday October 15th 1:00- 2:00pm
PILATES WITH KATHLEEN R. ANDERSON
Tuesday afternoons from 4:30 - 5:30
starting October 16th
PRENATAL YOGA WITH KATHLEEN R. ANDERSON
Wednesday from Noon to 1:00
starting October 17th
COST FOR EACH CLASS: $144 for 8 weeks or $20 drop in
How to contact meP.O. Box 332
Needham Heights, MA 02494
(781) 975 2547
New workout aims for gain without the painBy Alison Arnett, Globe Correspondent | November 29, 2007
The way we trim and tone our bodies changes by the decade: Running in the '60s and '70s, aerobics in the'80s, kickboxing and indoor cycling in the '90s. In recent years, power yoga and Pilates have strengthened our cores and flattened our abs. Through it all, we got fit, but we often played hurt.
[Picture: Kathryn Van Patten (left) guides Margot Furman as she uses the Gyrotonic equipment, a machine system which uses principles of yoga, ballet, and swimming, at Boston BodyWorks Studios. (Michele McDonald/Globe Staff)]
Yoga in the Garden of Serenity"Boston-based and Kripalu-certified Anderson is an accomplished, thoughtful teacher with a quiet, soothing manner (as befits her tape's subtitle). Most of the session --except for the Gate Series, in which the postures are statically held-- moves gracefully along, almost like a ballet. The exercises concentrate on the neck and shoulders, spine, and hips--just the ticket for office workers, who tend to stiffen in exactly these areas."
--Yoga Journal, May/June 2002.
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"Kathleen R. Anderson of Cambridge found her life's dream when she lost her job working for the state as a dance therapist for mentally retarded older adults. Though she had enjoyed her job, she said her true love was yoga. She had been practicing yoga since she was fifteen years old, studying with well - known teachers, and occassionlally teaching herself through adult education programs."