GENTLE YOGA w/Patricia Kinser (she/her) —
2nd and 4th Thursdays, 6:30pm ET, 3:30pm PT
$16, $20, $24 sliding scale

Registration is open until 15 min prior to class. Drop-ins ok if the class is not full. Note: this class is often full.

Register here for Lee Barnes' Restorative Yoga on 1st & 3rd Thursdays

For Patricia's class register at these links.

Gentle Yoga is suitable for beginners and seasoned practitioners alike. Classes involve slower-paced movements that are meditative and soothing, helping to release muscular tension and to gently build balance and strength. Breathing and relaxation practices tie the physical practices together, providing space for resting and restoring the body and mind. This class encourages you to adapt your practice to meet your personal needs, appropriate for all ages and physical abilities.

Classes are offered both in-person in Richmond VA and virtually on Zoom. We have space for a limited number of people in person and plenty of spots online! If you would like to be in person and we appear sold out, please contact us.

Our sliding scale works like this. Choose what price works for you. If using a code, copy the code from below. Click the Registration button. Click "sign up" and you will see a button to "redeem" a coupon code. Paste it in the box, 'Apply' the code and check out. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us.

  • Tier 1: $24 no code needed
  • Tier 2: $20 use code TIER2-$20
  • Tier 3: $16 use code TIER3-$16

About Patricia (she/her)

Patricia Kinser, PhD, WHNP-BC, RN, has been teaching yoga in the Richmond community since 2005. She loves teaching gentle yoga and creating a warm, positive environment to help students find balance, peace, and joy. Her gentle classes incorporate a mix of styles, given her training in Kripalu yoga (a non-sectarian approach that celebrates diversity and cultivates inner wellness), LifeForce yoga (a compassionate practice that supports self-regulation and self-awareness), Iyengar yoga (a practice that involves props to support alignment), and Perinatal yoga. A professor/researcher at VCU, her research focuses on the biobehavioral effects of yoga and mindfulness for various populations. She maintains a clinical practice as a board-certified women’s health nurse practitioner and she lectures nationally and internationally about research on yoga and mindfulness. She enjoys hiking, cycling, cooking, reading, and spending time with friends and family.