Classes: Winter Session 2019

These classes are part of the Parks, Recreation and Culture Department of the City of Gaithersburg. As you will see below, there is a slightly lower fee for participants who are residents of the City of Gaithersburg and an even lower fee for seniors who are residents. Non-residents of all ages pay the non-resident fee.

Registration is open.

To register online, you will need an account. Click here to create an account.
Click here to register.  
Use the class code numbers below to expedite your registration.


Weekly Classes


8 weeks: January 7 – March 11     skip: Jan 21, Feb 18

7025    5:30-6:45pm  Yoga Challenge for Real Bodies*
7026     6:45-7:45pm  Yoga: Gentle Explorations
7027    7:45-9:00pm  Yoga for Real Bodies*

60-minute YGE:  $72 Residents,  $79 Non-Residents,  $52 Senior Residents
* 75-Minute Yoga classes:   $91 Residents,  $98 Non-Residents, $64 Senior Residents


10 weeks: January 8 – March 12

6960      9:00am   Yoga Challenge for Real Bodies
6961     10:00am   Work Smart Strength Training
6962     11:00am   Adaptive Yoga: Chair Poses

$89 Residents,  $96 Non-Residents,  $65 Senior Residents


10 weeks: January 10 – March 14

6963      9:00am   Yoga for Real Bodies
6964    10:00am    Yoga: Gentle Explorations
6965     11:00am   Adaptive Yoga: Floor Poses

7028     5:30-6:45pm  Yoga Challenge for Real Bodies*
7029    6:45-7:45pm  Yoga for Back Pain
7030     7:45-9:00pm  Yoga for Real Bodies*

60-minute class: $89 Residents,  $96 Non-Residents,  $65 Senior Residents
*75-minute class:      $113 Residents,  $120 Non-Residents, $80 Senior Residents

Evening  Classes meet at:
The Benjamin Gaither Center
(formerly known as the Senior Center)

80-A Bureau Drive
Gaithersburg, MD 20878

Morning Classes meet at:
Activity Center at Bohrer Park
506 S. Frederick Avenue
Gaithersburg, MD 20877

Registration is open.

To register online, you will need an account. Click here to create an account.
Click here to register. Use the class code numbers provided above to expedite your registration.

Movement sequences in my classes are designed to meet you where you are when you walk through the door. With good alignment in mind, I guide you on a movement exploration to become more comfortable, overcome physical frustrations, and leave feeling better.

A typical class starts with a brief check-in — with me listening to students and then students listening to their own bodies. We go directly to a structured exploration: movement sequences designed to increase strength, flexibility and balance.

Participants in my classes are like me: frustrated by daily aches and pains, tired of having to say no to invitations that involve physical activity because you’re not sure you’re up to it. When investing in a class, you want practical information that is presented clearly so you leave with skills you can implement right away in daily life.