Teens & Adults Adaptive Yoga

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Hosted by: Princeton Special Sports & Programs, Princeton Recreation, and Montgomery Township Recreation. 

What is Live Lively Adaptive Yoga?

Live Lively teaches people with autism, intellectual, developmental, and physical disabilities how to take yoga “off the mat” and implement wellness practices into daily life. This is accomplished through personally developed curricula. Live Lively embraces a variety of modalities to practice functional and adaptable movement, embodiment, and social-emotional learning to meet individuals needs. For more information, visit the Live Lively website.

Who is it offered to?

Ages 13 and up. Open to Princeton Residents and Non-Residents.  

Dates/Times/Location/Fees:

Live Lively Yoga will be offered in a 3-week series in October. You can register for each session individually for $10.00 per session, or register for all 3 sessions for $25.00!

Dates: 10/9, 10/16, 10/23 - Sundays

Time: 10:00am-10:30am

Location: CP Pool Complex Community Room (380 Witherspoon Street Princeton, NJ)  

(Note: if the 10:00am class reaches it's maximum, we will offer an additional class from 10:30am-11:00am on the same dates)  

Fee: $10.00 per session (or register for all 3 for $25.00) 

Instructor: Sophie Schnitzlein

Live Lively is a comprehensive yoga technique created by Sophie Schnitzlein. Sophie is an experienced registered yoga instructor (E-RYT 720) who has completed over 720 hours of internationally recognized and specialized trainings. Sophie has amassed over 3,000 hours of professional experience in guiding wellness practices and completed theses on emotional regulation.

Important Information:

  • Space is limited!
  • Parent or support persons are welcome free of charge.
  • Yoga Mats will be provided for each student.
  • Registration is required online. Register here under "Adaptive Recreation Activities." 
  • Any questions, contact Nicole Paulucci. 
  • Financial Assistance is available on a first come first served basis to Princeton Residents