Litchfield Magazine Reader's Choice Award
'BEST YOGA' 2020 & 2021
Anne Hungerford, founder and director of ah Yoga, has been teaching yoga in the greater Litchfield Hills Area for more than 20 years.
In addition to her years of experience, she brings to her classes a deep love and respect of the history and origins of yoga. She believes that yoga aligns and balances the body, mind and spirit and offers it devotees nothing less than the blueprint on how to live life with a profound sense of physical, emotional and spiritual well being.
She began her teaching career under the tutelage of her teacher and mentor Marie Fourcaut. In addition to Anne’s original time learning from Marie, she has studied under many other notable teachers and has participated in numerous continuing education programs and intensives. Anne considers her own style of teaching to be multidisciplinary drawing from different yoga traditions.
Anne is dedicated to helping students practice yoga safely and better understand the mind, body, spirit connection.
She fosters a noncompetitive and supportive environment that welcomes all levels of yoga students. Her classes are on going. Membership is not required. She loves to see new faces!
Anne wants her students to come away from her yoga classes feeling physically challenged, relaxed, and connected to life in a more integrated way. She lives in New Preston with her husband and pets. When she’s not teaching yoga she’s often hiking with her dog, enjoying the great outdoors, relaxing and reading, and finding time to stay connected with her two grown sons.
Larry took his first yoga class at the esteemed Center for Yoga (Yogaworks) in Los Angeles in 1996 and has been practicing ever since.
Drawing from the inspiration of the many teachers over the years, Larry a Washington CT resident, hopes to share his love of Yoga with the community.
When not on the mat, Larry can be found Following his two other passions; filmmaking and podcasting.
Yoga has been a part of Clara’s life for over 10 years. Yoga has helped her become flexible and stronger both physically and mentally. Having graduated from Quinnipiac University with her Masters degree in Social Work, she used yoga as a form of self care while in school. She has brainstormed ways to integrate components of yoga such as Mindfulness and Meditation into my Social Work practice.
She received her 200 hour yoga teacher training through Lara Ward of Lotus Gardens Yoga School. Her yoga teaching style is gentle and aims to give others the tools to cope with daily stressors. She aims to help people to be compassionate with themselves; physically and mentally; both on and off the mat. She wants her students to be able to walk out of class feeling rejuvenated and at peace with themselves.
When Clara is not practicing yoga, she works with children and adolescents in the court system. She hopes to spread her love of yoga with the children and teens she works with, as well as others in the community, to help them to regulate their emotions. She enjoys hiking, traveling, and spending time with her fiancé, her dog Buddy, and yogi cat assistant, Sophie, as well as family and friends.
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