Newfane Village Yoga opens June 19
NEWFANE -- Jen Frey and David Jones are opening a studio in a unique setting, for residents and visitors to start and/or continue a yoga and meditation practice. The airy, light and historic house, which was the location of the Schommer Gallery and Antique Shop in Newfane Village for many years, allows for sunny, open space with room for a growing student base.
Frey, a seasoned yoga practitioner of 20 years and a Registered Yoga Teacher teaches her accessible classes with a very approachable, comfortable style. Her down-to-earth nature and clear language make you feel comfortable in all movement. Her sense of humor keeps the classroom light and personal, and you feel supported and part of a community, while working on your personal goals. She encourages and supports all students working at their own pace, without pressure. Her style is appropriate for people of any age, experience or level of fitness, (teenagers through those in their 80s).
All information can be found at www.villageyogavt.com or by calling 802-365-9642.
Vermont Works hosts construction boot camp for women
BRATTLEBORO -- For the first-time ever, Vermont Works for Womenwill be offering a program in southern Vermont, starting on June 18.
Step Up To Construction Boot Camp, a 40-hour introductory training program in residential and commercial construction for women will be offered, June 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, and 27 (all six days, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.) at the Windham Regional Career Center in Brattleboro.
Vermont Works for Women has a background in preparing women for non-traditional work in the trades, among many other programs. It is able to offer this program in Brattleboro due to a two-year, $180,000 grant from Wider Opportunities for Women.
For more information on the program, visit vtworksforwomen.org/construction.