Monday, March 7, 2016

Upcoming Yoga Series

Hopefully you've had the chance to enjoy the yoga classes offered at CMS and MBS. CSD Will be offering another yoga series soon!

Beginning March 22nd, CSD's own Sylvia Kabusk will offer a 7-week 'Easy Does It' yoga series!

Below is a description, and a short bio about Sylvia. Please consider signing up, as at least 6 people must be signed up in advance to run the series.

About the Series
Wonderfully calming, this breath-centered yoga class will help focus the mind to guide your body into a place of relaxation, flexibility and wellness. You will experience stretches for your body that you didn't even know existed! Asanas (yoga postures) will be taught in a way that are accessible and tailored to individual abilities. Each class will end with a deep guided relaxation leaving you feeling calm, balanced and refreshed. No yoga experience necessary! Beginners welcome! Mats will be provided, but feel free to bring your own mat and/or yoga props if you use them. Dress comfortably.

  • Location: MBS "Opportunity Room" (in the Greenhouse wing – take a left when you walk in the building)
  • Time: 3:45-4:45pm
  • Dates: March 22, 29April 5, 12, 26May 3, 10
  • Cost: $50.00, pre-paid or $10.00 drop in per class
Please send payment in full to Sylvia Kabusk at MBS by Friday, March 18th, as there is a 6 person minimum to make this class a "go." Checks should be made out to Sylvia Kabusk.

About the Instructor

As a yoga instructor, I endeavor to make your experience personal and accessible. As a student in my classes, you will receive plenty of personal attention and I will take the time to work with you so that, together, we can find the postures and stretches perfect for your individual and unique body.

Before coming to the Malletts Bay School as a para educator, I taught yoga full-time from 2002 until 2013. I became certified in the Hatha Yoga tradition with the Ananda Yoga Ashram, CA, in 1998. At that time I was an eighth-grade teacher at the City School in Saint Albans, VT and had a great time trying out my newly acquired yoga teaching skills on eager and willing middle school students and teachers! For years I held yoga clubs and afterschool classes for the staff and children at the school. In time, sharing the art of yoga became such a passion that I gave up classroom teaching in favor of teaching yoga full time.

I have taught yoga with students from birth to 92 years of age. I have enjoyed teaching: Prenatal & Postnatal Yoga, Gentle Yoga, Restorative Yoga, Yoga for Depression, Posture Workshops, Chakra Yoga and Chair-Supported Yoga. Since 2009 I have Directed my own Yoga Camps for Children: "Kids Creative Yoga Camps" and "Girls Spirit Creative Yoga-n-Dance Camps," fostering self-expression and positive self-image in Vermonters ages 3-15 years.

For further information or questions feel free to contact Sylvia at

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