Free yoga classes for students on Wednesdays and Fridays at noon in the Wildcat Den, MUB.


UNHTales Blogs About Yoga 

  • Marisa Milone '15 shares how our yoga class helped her find harmony with her mind and body. Read Blog 

Free Yoga Classes for UNH Students 

  • Wednesdays and Fridays  
  • 12 noon - 1pm
  • Wildcat Den, MUB
  • No registration required
  • Bring your own yoga mat or towel. Yoga mats are available for purchase at Campus Recreation for $10.
  • This class will be cancelled if the University is closed for a holiday or curtailed operations
  • Classes are taught by certified yoga instructors Claire Van Hoorn and Ruth Abelmann


  • It's best to not eat for several hours before doing yoga and to dress in loose comfortable clothes. Be sure to let the instructor know if you have any specific health related concerns.
  • We offer gentle yoga classes that incorporate the multi dimensions of yoga, utilizing the physical body, the emotional body and the spiritual body. The class always includes a centering in the beginning by doing the yoga breath and allowing ourselves to be present for the class. The class moves on into postures and movements that increase strength and flexibility in body, mind and spirit. We end with a deep relaxation, giving the body and mind the opportunity to rest.
  • As the semester moves on we try to hold our postures for longer periods of time and learn new movements that are more challenging, although the class continues to be open to new students each week. Each person is encouraged to participate at his/her own pace and level of comfort with the yoga pose.

Hannah Lally, 08 will teach Yoga for Body Image Empowerment

Yoga for Body Image Personal Empowerment  - NOVEMBER 13th  

  • Thursday, November 13th
  • 12:45 p.m. - 1:45 p.m. 
  • Room 334/336, MUB (Memorial Union Building)

UNH alumna Hannah Lally ‘08 will lead you through intention setting and a gentle sequence of empowering poses that will help you honor your body, mind and spirit. Dress comfortably and bring your own yoga mat or towel. 

This class is being offered as part of the Fierce and Fabulous Power Lunch Series




About Yoga 

Yoga has been around for thousands of years and is gaining popularity in this country because people are recognizing its many benefits. Yoga is a form of exercise based on the belief that the body and the breath are intimately connected with the mind. By working with the breath as you move the body or hold the body in certain postures, yoga creates harmony. The yoga concept is that the body has a series of energy centers known as chakras. These energy centers are linked to our physical, emotional, and spiritual selves.

Health Benefits of Yoga 

  • Yoga positively impacts several systems in the body: nervous system, digestive system, immune system, circulatory system
  • Stress reduction 
  • Decrease fatigue
  • Awareness of self and body
  • Learn more....


As yoga allows you to relax, it has healing affects on the mind, body, and spirit.