Kezia Bacon registered yoga teacher


Kezia Bacon is a Registered Kripalu Yoga Teacher, a wedding officiant, and a Certified Lifecycle Celebrant.     She also writes a monthly column, “Nature,” for the North & South Rivers Watershed Association. She resides in Marshfield, Massachusetts.

Kezia is also a Wedding Officiant!

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“Yoga is tolerating the consequences of being yourself.”

- The Bhagavad-Gita

Kripalu Yoga is a compassionate form of yoga with a focus on consciousness -- learning to be present through mindful awareness. Classes flow through warm-ups, traditional postures, breathing and meditation. The intention is one of integration, not perfection.

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Hi! Thank you for visiting my website. In case you were wondering, my name is pronounced “Kee-za.” I have been practicing yoga since 1990. I earned my basic yoga teacher certification in Kripalu Yoga in 1997, and my advanced certification in 2003. I am also certified to teach Meditation, Pranayama (Yogic Breathing) and Yoga for Pregnancy, and have lots of experience leading yoga classes for children.

My approach to teaching yoga is to proceed gently, and with a sense of humor. I give clear verbal instructions while also modeling each pose for my students, so it’s easy to follow along. I am well-versed in posture modification, and I specialize in helping people develop a yoga practice to meet their individual needs.

Schedule: I teach weekly Gentle Yoga classes in the Marshfield. I am the founder of Yoga at the River’s Edge, a summer outdoor yoga program co-sponsored by the North and South Rivers Watershed Association, which recently wrapped up its 25th season. I also offer workshops and private sessions in yoga, pranayama (breathing exercises), and meditation. I offer three instructional CDs, “Super Gentle Yoga,” “Gentle Yoga,” and “Gentle Yoga Vol. 2.”