New Path Yoga for Previously Incarcerated Women



Thursdays 10:30am – 12:00pm

8 Week Series 

April 26th – June 14th 


A supportive introductory yoga class for previously incarcerated women. This class will provide a safe supportive environment, where women can continue to learn about yoga, reflect on their lives, develop a personal practice and encourage one another. Classes will include a check-in, grounding and centering, asana, pranayama, guided relaxation, yoga philosophy and some poetry. I take a trauma-informed approach to teaching yoga, that emphasizes body awareness and sensing, breathing, and nervous system regulation.

$5 donation
No one turned away for lack of funds
Taught by
Kita Grinberg
About the Instructor: 

Originally from the Bay Area, Kita moved to Ukiah in August of 2017.She has been practicing yoga for 12 years, primarily under the guidance of her teacher Alice Joanou. She earned her 200 hour RYS Yoga Teacher Certification in 2012 in Kerala, India. She has trained with James Fox of the Prison Yoga Project, as well as with Niroga Institute for Teaching Yoga to At-Risk Youth. Kita’s career for the last 13 years has been as a high school teacher in small alternatives schools in Oakland, where she offered yoga electives along with teaching English and Social Studies. She has a Bachelor’s degree in History from Brown University and a Master’s degree  in Education from Mills College. She currently teaches English as a Second Language at Mendocino College, and yoga at Mendocino County Jail. Because she has experienced the healing and transformative possibilities available on the path of yoga, she is passionate about sharing it’s gift with people who may not have access or exposure to the practices.