Humble Warrior Yoga Studio Marks Georgetown Grand Opening With Free Classes This Weekend

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Merrimack Valley yogis, mark those calendars: A brand-new yoga studio is coming to Georgetown, with free classes this weekend to celebrate the grand opening of East Main Street’s Humble Warrior, co-owner Pam Tedeschi tells WHAV.

Offering 21 daytime, night and weekend classes in styles including vinyasa, yin, restorative and mellow flow yoga, Haverhill’s Tedeschi is opening the space with Groveland resident and yoga teacher Michele Tremblay.

The duo brings a combined 20 years of experience to the space, Tedeschi says. “We’re both really excited about bringing accessible, smart informed yoga and a sense of community and well-being to downtown Georgetown,” she said.

Humble Warrior plans to enlist the talents of local teachers including Kerrie Sesto, Julia Tirabassi and Sarah Winslow, offering several “yoga 101” basic sessions and community classes co-taught by the owners.

Their philosophy is brought to life in the name Humble Warrior, Tedeschi tells WHAV.

“We loved Humble Warrior because we felt like all of us as people on this Earth have, or will have, something you had to rise above,” explains Tedeschi. “That’s what yoga is: It give you a way of learning how to be strong but calm at the same time.”

To mark their grand opening on Saturday, May 18 and Sunday, May 19, several free classes are planned from 9 a.m.- 1 p.m. To reserve a spot or for more information, visit HumbleWarriorYogaStudio.com.

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