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Summer Solstice Vinyasa Flow Yoga at the Farm

June 21, 2023 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Adult Summer Solstice Vinyasa Flow Class at Wakeman Town Farm with Jennifer Seideman

Join Us for a Vinyasa Class on the Solstice!

Scheduled exclusively on the eve of the summer solstice, this Vinyasa Yoga For Adults Class is set against the backdrop of Wakeman Town Farm’s lovely vegetable and flower gardens and friendly animals. You’ll experience a seriously fun Vinyasa class with a healthy emphasis on alignment in a serene, pastoral setting. Led by instructor Jennifer Seidman, participants can expect Sun Salutations (A & B), as well as moving through a creative sequence of poses, hip openers, shoulder openers, thigh stretching, twists, back bends, and forward folds.

The class will challenge us in many ways, as we cultivate a serious asana practice. We will also smile, sweat, and leave feeling like a way better version of ourselves. Breath awareness is emphasized.


Bring your own yoga mat

This is an adults-only class

All levels are welcome

Park along Wakeman Town Farm Drive and enter thru the gates at the red pillars

Rain date is 6/22 7PM (no refunds for farm events)

Jennifer Seideman

I love yoga because it makes me feel good. I’ve always been interested in health, wellness and fitness in general. I started yoga as another means of physical activity…knowing that it was supposed to be good for me. It took me a few years of dabbling in yoga- trying different studios and different teachers, basically just doing it once a week as an addition to my other workouts, before I found the mind-body connection. This is not just the asana but also the spiritual and mindful part that eventually came with the practice.

Practicing yoga now is like coming home for me. It’s finding time to slow down and be at peace within myself. For a while I just wanted to receive yoga. Now I want to share it with others. I want to bring yoga to others to help them feel good in their bodies and feel at peace within themselves.

Yoga is not a competitive sport. So many people I know make everything they do competitive. Yoga is not about being good at something, it’s about being good to yourself. Try it and do what feels good in your body.

My favorite yoga pose is Happy Baby. It’s a great hip opener ( I tend to feel tight in my hips often) and it massages the low-back.

It feels so good I can’t help but smile when I am in Happy Baby!


Wakeman Town Farm
134 Cross Highway
Westport, CT 06880 United States


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