intuitive roots

Dedicated to honoring & empowering women and families of Southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island

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Offerings

Larissa is an E-RYT500 yoga teacher and birth doula based in New Bedford, MA. She combines the art of yoga with her love of science, the human body, and sense of humor.  Her focus and knowledge on breath, body awareness, and self-care take a therapeutic approach to yoga and the birthing process.

 

Yoga

Move, breath, and connect with personalized group and private sessions.

Prenatal Support

Prepare for pregnancy, birth, and parenthood with comprehensive & individualized prenatal support and education.

Labor & Birth Support

Feel empowered and validated with hands-on support for women and families during labor and birth.

 
 

Do something kind for yourself

 
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What's Happening?!

Yoga Workshops.  Childbirth Education.  Teacher Trainings.  And more!!

 
 
 
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Good yoga + school of yoga grand opening weekend!

OCTOBER 26th from 5:00 - 8:00PM

GOOD YOGA NB  Location: 10 North 6th St 3rd floor (next to Dunkin Donuts)

Meet the teachers, check out the new space, and the first 20 people there will get a free class!

There will be snacks and beverages & you will learn about the set sequences

SCHOOL OF YOGA NEW BEDFORD Location: 628 Pleasant St 3rd floor (across from City Hall)

Meet the teachers, see the facility, enjoy more snacks and beverages.

Juliet will speak on these two new spaces and about upcoming traninings

You can enter a raffle for to attend a series at SYNB for FREE

The studios are only 2 blocks away from each other - visit both! 

yoga at the stone barn

A summer favorite!  Yoga on Union's satellite studio at the Stone Barn is opening for another summer of yoga! 

Weekly classes begin June 15th & end September 16th
Fridays:      9:00-10:30, Hatha - $20
Saturdays:   8:30 - 9:30, Vinyasa - $15
                 10:00-11:00, Yin -$15
Sundays:     9:00 - 10:30, Hatha -$20

LOCATION:
786 HORSE NECK ROAD
DARTMOUTH, MA 02748
Set back off the street - follow the dirt road down about a mile.