“The hardest thing about exercise is to start doing it. Once you are doing exercise regularly, the hardest thing is to stop it.” —Erin Gray


Welcome to the Airmid Community! Come and enjoy our space in our free community classes. We will be holding them in our studio, online, or out in the community. We do this to help you get a feel for our vibe: mind and body wellness.

We care about the community we serve and want to provide free community class offerings that everyone can enjoy.


Free Saturday Class

This class is free to the community virtually and in our studio every Saturday from 11a – 12p. Each month, we will feature a different instructor and different classes. All classes are suited for all levels.

These classes won’t be challenging, so if you are new to yoga, meditation, mindfulness, exercise…this class is for you!

Can’t touch your toe’s? Ok. Let’s work on that…see you on the mat.

New? No problem. This class is for you!



AUGUST—-> Gentle Yoga

In Studio  I  Saturdays from 11-12p
with Kathleen Megahan
Gentle Yoga

Gentle yoga is appropriate for anyone in the mood for a gentle practice, with physical limitations that don’t allow getting up and down off the floor, and for those new to yoga. You will begin class on the floor, move to stand, then back to the floor. No repeated up and down like a slow flow gentle class. This class incorporates simple sequences to warm the body and slower-paced movements focusing on alignment, strength, balance, and flexibility. Additional benefits include quieting the mind and helping to reduce stress.

Kathleen Megahan

Kathleen blends her passion for teaching and yoga to create a holistic and transformative experience for her students. As a 200 RYT Yoga Teacher, she guides individuals on a journey of mindfulness and inner peace. She is certified in Mindfulness, Chair Yoga, Kids Yoga, and several Parent Education Programs.

Learn More about Kathleen




SEPTEMBER—-> Family Yoga

In Studio  I  Saturdays from 11-12p
with Gail Rowan
Family Yoga

Family Yoga is a playful class for ages 5 and up. Students will learn easy breathing exercises and perform individual, and group poses with other fun activities that are designed to promote body awareness and create community.

One class registration is good for up to 1 adult & 2 children (adult family member). Any family dynamic is welcomed. Bring your aunt, cousin, or grandparent. No experience is required! Wear comfortable clothing and an attitude for fun.

Gail Rowan

Gail has been happily practicing for about 20 years. She is a special education teacher in the Northern Burlington School District in New Jersey. She is currently teaching sixth grade. However, she has taught preschool up until the eighth grade. She has coached for Girls on the Run and coordinated and instructed her school’s Arts and Crafts club for two years. She is a proud cat mom and professional aunt to her niece and two nephews. During quarantine, she started practicing outside and noticed the immediate mental and physical benefits, which she had not been aware of before, even though she had moderate experience with yoga. When she is not at school, she enjoys traveling, reading, music, and of course, learning and practicing yoga. Gail is looking forward to becoming part of the community at Airmid.




OCTOBER—-> Neurongenic Yoga

In Studio  I  Saturdays from 11-12p
with Carol Gardner
Neurogenic Yoga

Are you suffering from trauma, anxiety, stress, tension or sleepless nights?

Try Neurogenic Yoga. It is a method of TRE (tension/trauma release exercises) that combines yoga postures and breathing exercises to facilitate the lengthening and relaxation of the psoas muscle.

Using very gentle movements, we will activate the natural neurogenic tremors to help release any stress (physical or emotional) or tension that is being held in your body. These self-induced tremors usually begin in the legs and, with practice, may travel throughout the body, allowing you to feel more calm, grounded, and better able to have a peaceful night of rest. No experience is necessary.

Carol Gardner

Carol’s classes range from gentle flow, beginner to intermediate levels, with modifications and challenges for all to explore. Swimming, reading, long walks in nature, and getting in touch with her spirituality are outside interests that Carol enjoys. At Airmid, Carol teaches Calming Flow yoga in our studio.




NOVEMBER—-> Calming Flow Yoga

In Studio  I  Saturdays from 11-12p
with Carol Gardner
Calming Flow yoga

Calming Flow gradually warms up muscles, joints, and connective tissue, stimulating fresh blood and oxygen into better circulation. Calming Flow Yoga is a great way to slow down, become present in the moment, and connect with yourself. This class moves up and down off the floor throughout the class, but options can be offered for those with limited mobility. This class welcomes all levels.

Carol Gardner

Carol’s classes range from gentle flow, beginner to intermediate levels, with modifications and challenges for all to explore. Swimming, reading, long walks in nature, and getting in touch with her spirituality are outside interests that Carol enjoys. At Airmid, Carol teaches Calming Flow yoga in our studio.




DECEMBER—-> Yin Yoga & Radiant Rest

In Studio  I  Saturdays from 11-12p
with Jen Leary
Yin Yoga & Radiant Rest

Yin Yoga is a slow, passive style of yoga, done mainly on the floor in seated or lying-down postures. In Yin, you will hold an asana, or pose, for anywhere between one and 20 minutes. You will come into the pose to a point where we feel significant resistance—your ‘edge’—and stay there, calmly holding the pose and remaining still for the duration.

Radiant Rest is Yoga Nidra, or yogic sleep, is an ancient meditation technique where you enter a deep state of conscious relaxation. This class will begin with 10-15 minutes of gentle, seated movements to quiet the body, then move into a 45 min restorative yoga nidra meditation. A 45-minute session of yoga nidra is equivalent to a peaceful three-hour nap. Yoga Nidra calms the autonomic nervous system, which regulates the body’s processes that take place without a conscious effort (heartbeat, breathing, digestion, and blood flow), and the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous systems, creating a feeling of deep calm and relaxation. Another benefit of Yoga Nidra is it may help you fall asleep faster and experience higher quality sleep. Anyone can enjoy this meditation; no experience is necessary.

Jen Leary

Jen is a Certified 200hr Yoga Instructor, YogaKids instructor, Chair Yoga Instructor, Yin Yoga Instructor, Women’s Holistic Health Coach, and College Professor who uses her experience of teaching special needs kids one-on-one and in group settings, as well as incorporating the same techniques she uses with her child with Autism and ADHD when teaching kids and family classes. She has been practicing yoga as a student for 20 years and brings this long love affair with yoga into her teaching style. At Airmid, Jen teaches Chair Yoga, Family Yoga, Kids Yoga, Slow Flow Gentle Yoga, Calming Flow Yoga, Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga, and Wake Up Flow Yoga and leads the Monthly Women’s Circle both in our studio and virtually.


Monthly Women’s Circle 

3rd Sunday of the Month from  3- 4:30p

Women have been gathering in circles since the beginning of time. A women’s circle creates a sacred bond between women in a safe, deeply nourishing, and nurturing space. Women’s circles cater to all ages and backgrounds. Those who attend a circle are encouraged to explore and connect to their inner world and the
sisterhood of women in the group. Thus, a women’s circle is a time of bonding, sharing, and rest; it can mentally and physically heal women.

Each month we will hold a nonjudgmental space for women to come together to empower each other with work on self-care, emotional healing, confidence building, manifesting, and mindfulness, all while fulfilling the need for community.


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