the sciences of Yoga and Ayurveda into each class, this method allows students to experience their bodies in a whole
new way, it allows a deeper connectinn to Body,
Breath, Mind, and Spirit .
Pine Point Yoga offers Kripalu
Style Yoga Classes
meaning compassionate, this is the essence of this practice. This is a practice for all bodies, everyone is welcome
Yoga that speaks to the Body, Mind, and Spirit
Yoga for real Bodies
the Beauty of Yoga to You!
*Pine Point Instructors*
Cindy Beaulieu, CYT, Ayurveda Diet and Lifestyle
Cindy Beaulieu is a 500 hour certified professional level
Kripalu Yoga Instructor and a with a focus in Ayurveda, she has been practicing yoga for the past fifteen years. Her
studies include teachings from master teachers, Devarshi Steven Hartman, Dean of the Kripalu School of Yoga; Jurian Hughes,
Director of the Kripalu School of Yoga, and Sudha Carolyn Lundeen, Senior teacher at Kripalu Center.
In 2015 Cindy completed and additional 650 hours of study at Kripalu to complete
her Ayurveda Diet and Life Style Consultant Certification. . Cindy has completed over 1500 hours of studies at
the Kripalu center for yoga and health.
Kripalu is the largest
and most established retreat center for yoga and health in North America.
As a competitive runner, and swimmer in her school years, Cindy continued
to run in later years for fitness and stress relief. In her thirties she discovered yoga and fell in love with
the practice. She is a graduate of Husson College with degrees in Business and Information Systems. She has also
attended Southern Maine Community College, studying nutrition and diet.
Cindy is a native resident of Maine, she was brought up on the coast, living in lighthouses
as a child her family represents three generations of lighthouse keepers. She has lived in Pine Point for eighteen years,
raising her son Jack in the Scarborough community, and staying connected to the ocean.
"Cindy is committed to providing
a safe and nourishing practice"
need more information, please don't hesitate to contact me by phone or email.
Eliza Pierce, CYT, Ayurveda Diet and Lifestyle Consultant
Starting at an early age in gymnastics and swimming, Eliza Pierce, CYT, began her
youth with a strong sense of self, body awareness and was taught to remain calm in the face of challenge. As a competitive
runner during her teens, she naturally practiced meditation in motion. Her seven years at the University of Colorado
at Boulder taught her about the subtleties and power of mental focus and clarity. This is where she began taking yoga
classes in between her regular classes to stay relaxed and healthy during stressful times. Upon graduating with a degree
in Psychology, Eliza began working with special needs children and began a family of her own. During a pre-natal yoga
class, she decided to take her Yogic path to a deeper level through yoga teacher training. In her 4 years of teaching
yoga and living by yogic principles, Eliza has experienced Yoga's healing abilities firsthand as well as with others.
She is currently furthering her studies in Yoga as well as in Ayurveda.
classes are great for beginners-and everyone interested in a slow, peaceful practice. This class includes basic breathing
exercises as well as a variety of standing, sitting and supine postures. It's a way to recharge while meeting
some physical challenges.
A flowing practice that explores
a variety of meditation and breathing practices. This class is the gateway to a deeper understanding of the practice
and yourself. Postures that provide the opportunity to challenge yourself yet leave time for you to be in the pose and
experience it fully. ~ Breathe, Relax, Feel, Watch, Allow
This practice explores a variety of
advanced postures at a deeper level. The moderate class will also introduce aditional meditation and breathing
practices. It provides a moderate (workout) practice and deep restoration. This practice will change you in amazing
Yin yoga poses
apply moderate stress to the connective tissues of the body—the tendons, fascia, and ligaments—with the
aim of increasing circulation in the joints and improving flexibility. A more meditative approach to yoga, yin aims at cultivating
awareness of inner silence, and bringing to light a universal, interconnecting quality
Rates, Special Classes and Offers!
- Regularly scheduled single drop in classes are $14.00
- 8 - Class Passes are $95, or just $80 for Seniors(65+) Class Passes are good for
any class, valid for 3 months. With a 8-Class pass any additional class during the same week is
just $7.00, saving you an additional $5.00 per class.. Only the first class per week comes off your card!
- Unlimited Monthly Pass $140.00
- Private session $45.00 per hour, minimum hour and a half.
- Community service available
Pine Point Yoga also sells great Yoga and Ayurveda merchandise, like:
Organic Oils and Ayurveda products from Banyan.
tpECOmat's. These mats are 100% biodegradable, 100% recyclable, and PVC and Latex-Free. They are non-porous, so
germs and bacteria cannot penetrate the surface. MSRP $44.95
Kulae Thick mat, a thicker version
of the ECO mat.. great for sensitive knees. $86.00
Manduka ECO Plus Mats
A less expensive, but thicker than your normal
mat available for $19.95
Barefoot Yoga Mat Bags, which
are beautiful for gifts, or a great way to carry your mat.
A selection of Kripalu books and DVDs.
Gift Certificates available for the Holidays,
give the gift of yoga.
The Science of Life
Pine Point Yoga is pleased to
offer this beautiful practice, taught by expert instructor
Theresa has had over 30 years of experience with this ancient practice.
Practicing Tai Chi
for 33 years with Sensei Brian Ricci of Malden, Ma. and Legendary O’Sensei Richard Kim (Deceased) of San Francisco,
practice of Tai Chi has assisted me in maintaining better flexibility, excellent bone health, balance, mental clarity and
most of all reducing stress, which improves all aspects of our health.
"I have been teaching Tai Chi for
20 years and plan on teaching it for the rest of my life". It can be practiced by any age group, but the greater
benefits can be found by a more mature audience. Tai Chi is practiced in a seated position or standing. The benefits
Please contact Theresa at 207-831-6781 for more information