The Well Street Station

The Well Street Station

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36 years in business

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Everybody appreciates the easy, relaxing yoga sessions, doing what feels best, without stress, strain or competition. The Well Street Station is a relaxed, supportive atmosphere where you can begin to get “back to basics” by listening to your needs and finding the well-spring of your inner resources. A place where you can explore where you are now and ways in which you can continue growing towards total optimum wellness through our various programs

I always say "I don't work for a living. I relax for a iiving."

I appreciate the feedback from participants about how much they enjoy the yoga sessions and find them helpful.

I started learning yoga with a teacher from India in 1967 and took the teacher training program with him in 1970.

I have been teaching yoga since then at various different settings, including community centers, adult education programs, senior facilities, etc., as well as at my own studio, The Well Street Station, 62 Mt. Auburn St., Watertown, where I have been since 1983. www.wellstreetstation.com, 617-923-1440

I am also Certified as a Kripalu Yoga Teacher and a Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapist.

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Watertown, MA 02472
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What is your typical process for working with a new student?

I have a form that asks questions about student's health and issues that need attention.

I always remind all students to ask questions and to do only what feels best for their body, without stress, strain or competition.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

I began studying yoga with a teacher from India in 1967, took teacher training with him in 1970. I also participated in Kripalu Advanced Teacher Training Programs and am certified as a Phoenix Rising Yoga Therapist.


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

First class is free. After that, participants can either pay $15 for each 90-minute session, or pay $95 for 8 sessions, which do not have to be consecutive and can be done at any time.


How did you get started teaching?

As mentioned previously, my first yoga teacher training was in 1970.


What types of students have you worked with?

ALL ages, from prenatal to elders, including chair classes for a few women over 100 years of age.


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

A participant mentioned that after the first yoga class she was able to sleep through the night for the first time in many years.

This is not just about a recent event but something that I have heard many times.


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

I would suggest coming to a class, preferrably a free one, to experience how it felt.


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

It would be useful for all to be aware of what their needs are and what they would find helpful.


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