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To Do in RI: Sakonnet Vineyard offers UnWINED Saturday Yoga series




Sakonnet Vineyard, New England’s oldest vineyard and a Rhode Island landmark, is hosting a five-class yoga series in partnership with Danielle Cerrone. Enjoy an all-level Baptiste-inspired vinyasa yoga session amidst the beautiful vineyard, followed by a glass of wine to unwind with fellow yogis.

Danielle Cerrone, a Registered Yoga Alliance RYT-200 Yoga Teacher, brings her extensive experience as a physical therapist to these sessions. Danielle will guide you through a rejuvenating yoga session, perfect for all levels of experience.

All classes are held at Sakonnet Vineyard, 162 West Main Road, in Little Compton, Rhode Island.

Class Schedule:

All classes are held from 10 to 11am on the following 5 Saturdays:
– July 13
– August 10
– August 17
– September 9
– September 21

The cost is $20.00 per person, which included the one-hour yoga class and a glass of wine.

Register, HERE:

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About Danielle: Danielle is a Registered Yoga Alliance RYT-200 Yoga Teacher through Believe You Can Yoga Teacher Training in Bristol, RI. Danielle has been practicing yoga since 2021. She taught group fitness classes in college at Springfield College with a NASM Group Fitness Instructor certification from 2016-2018. Danielle is a physical therapist and earned her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from Springfield College in 2020. She currently works as a full time physical therapist at University Orthopedics, Inc. in East Providence, RI at Kettle Point.

Danielle is passionate about helping people find their own fitness journey and promoting Health and wellness through mind, body, and spirit. Danielle’s mission is to encourage her students to develop their own unique experience with yoga whether that be physical, emotional, mental or spiritual. Her hope is that everyone gains a benefit from her class that they can apply in their personal lives. In Danielle’s spare time, she enjoys hanging out with friends and her cat Willow, relaxing on the beach, running/working out, practicing yoga, and listening to music (especially Taylor Swift).

About Sakonnet Vineyard: Planted in 1975, Sakonnet Vineyard spans 169 acres and is renowned for producing award-winning wines with a focus on quality, sustainability, and community. Beginning Summer 2024, visitors can enjoy their favorite Sakonnet wines on-site, at local retailers, and fresh from the tap at select restaurants.

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