Spring is in the air! Spend your Sunday morning at Sweetbay Shop for a private vinyasa yoga class with guided flower-inspired meditation by Amy Sinclair, followed by make-your-own bouquets from the flower bar!
There will be light refreshments, including mimosas to sip on while you create your bouquet.
You will also receive 10% off any purchases you make in the shop.
Space is limited to 10 participants, please bring a yoga mat (let us know if you need to borrow one!)
Amy Sinclair is a local yoga teacher who specializes in seasonally themed yoga events at unique venues. Amy has been teaching yoga since 2013, and in 2014, she quit her full time job as a food scientist to pursue her love of teaching yoga and planning yoga events and retreats. Amy's teaching style is light-hearted and playful, but also challenging. Amy's other passion is health and wellness. She holds a bachelor's degree in Nutrition and Food Science, is a registered EMT, works for Dana-Farber as a health coach for Breast Cancer patients, and see's private clients for her health & happiness coaching program.
To learn more about Amy and her events and offerings, visit her website, amysinclair.co
More about Sweetbay Shop:
Wakefield native Beth Hylan, along with her daughter Liz Ferreira are thrilled to return home to Wakefield.
With a combined 40 + years of experience in the retail and floral industry, this mother-daughter team is excited to set up shop again in the square.
Beth has had numerous shops in the Wakefield area since the 1990s and most recently spend 8 years as a part of Nesting in Concord, MA. Aside from floral design, she specializes in retail merchandising and is always on the hunt for special pieces for the shop. She loves sharing her amazing finds with our clientele.
Having grown up in the business alongside her mother, Liz understands the unique relationship between a small business and its community. She spent 9 years in management roles at Winston Flowers in Boston where she had the chance to learn from the very best in retail and floral design.
You’ll often find Beth and Liz at the shop changing up the displays, chatting with customers or designing a wedding, all while keeping their eyes on Liz’s children - the next generation of Sweetbay.