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Sacred in Larchmont, Takes Mind-Body Classes Online and Outside at Addison Park

Jun 26, 2020 02:58PM ● By Marilee Burrell

Sacred studio in Larchmont

Sacred, the Larchmont studio that hosts classes and workshops in a variety of mind-body techniques, such as meditation and restorative and healing movement, has taken its self-care instruction outdoors and online, to continue its supportive work during the pandemic.

“The village of Larchmont is kindly letting us use a nearby park to hold qigong, yoga and meditations in an outdoor location until we are able to be in our indoor space again,” says Sacred’s owner, Shari Gordon. “In June, we began offering healing circles and yoga in the fresh air at Addison Park, on Chatsworth Avenue. We also have virtual meditations available through Zoom.      

Connecting to our current state of being and our truth is essential during these times, so that we can continuously receive nourishment and guidance. Having an outdoor location and virtual offerings can help us do this together through the summer.”         

Outdoor classes include gentle yoga, with Liz Carr, which focuses full-body alignment; qigong, with Steve Goldstein, who teaches the energy-medicine technique using gentle movement, tapping and sound; meditation, with Lisa Pearl Edwards; advanced vinyasa flow, with Olivia Keller-Wolf; and Saturday meditations with Gordon, who focuses on healing stuck, painful or numb areas.            

“We provide support and a safe space as we guide you through a journey into yourself,” Gordon says. “When you experience your own energy, you become aware of triggers or blocks that could be impeding you from being your full and best self.”

Location: Sacred, 11 Addison St., Larchmont, NY. For more info, call 914.825.9535, email [email protected] or visit SacredLarchmont.com.




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