Forrest Yoga

Forrest Yoga

Carol King, RYT (Registered Yoga Teacher)

Join Carol and enjoy the benefits of a mindful and healing yoga practice. Carol offers a supportive and compassionate environment to explore yoga poses safely. Classes integrate breath and core strengthening with a focus on alignment. Decrease stress and increase energy, strength, flexibility, and focus. Perfect for new students, senior students and advanced students who seek a gentler practice. Classes cover breath work (pranayama), postures (asana) and strengthening core work. Relax your neck. Feel stronger on and off the mat.

Forrest Yoga does not require strength or flexibility; it only requires that you bring a willingness to learn how to feel authentically and respond honestly. All levels welcome. People with injuries or conditions are encouraged to attend and work safely towards their healing and well-being.

Equipment: Please bring your mat, water, and props – 2 yoga blocks, yoga strap and a yoga blanket or beach towel (for floor padding).

Carol has been teaching Forrest Yoga for 14 years. Carol completed her teacher training with Ana Forrest in 2006 and is certified. Carol continues to train and learn with Ana Forrest.

The 3 weekly yoga classes are currently offered on Zoom. New students are welcome and need to contact Carol prior to the day they want to join the class.

Meeting Details:
Tuesdays 12:30-1:30 PM, West Recreation Center, Lower level
Thursdays 10:00 AM – 11:00 am West Recreation Center, Lower level

Saturday 9:00 am – 10:00 am on Zoom (ask Carol for more info)
Cost: $60 for 6 classes No Perfume Please (when classes are in-person)
Contact Information: Carol King (707) 696-5464 /


Chair Stretch & Balance Class
Carol King, RYT (Registered Yoga Teacher)
Where: West Rec Center – Lower Level
Cost: $60 for 6 classes No Perfume Please (when classes are in-person)
When: Thursdays 10:30 – 11:30 am (this time is not settled with OVA Event Coordinators yet)
Feel Better in Your Body. Increase vitality with your breath and movements. Strengthen your core, even while seated! Explore balance in a safe environment. Students can remain seated for the entire class. Small free weights are used to tone the upper body.
Equipment: free weights of 1, 2 or more pounds, the weight you want to work with. Yoga strap (or a man’s necktie can substitute), yoga block