Goodman Community Center | All Levels Yoga with Kelsey (Wednesdays)

Fitness Yoga Classes

All Levels Yoga with Kelsey (Wednesdays)

Weekly on Wednesday


This yoga class is for all-levels, founded on the principles of Vinyasa. Modifications are offered for every pose making it approachable for beginners and challenging for advanced yogis. In this class, you will flow through postures linking movement and breath. The end of class is composed of restorative postures and guided meditation. Please bring your own mat and props (if needed.)

  • Ages: All welcome
  • Fee: $5 drop-in
  • Registration required: No, drop-in class
  • Instructors: Kelsey Dalrymple

Please note: This class is taught by a non-Goodman staff member and is not included in Goodman fitness Center membership rates.

About the Instructor:

Kelsey Dalrymple

Kelsey Dalrymple first experienced yoga at the age of 16, following along to a cheesy VHS in her basement with her best friend. It wasn’t until 2018 that Kelsey was privileged to participate in a yoga retreat with Shari Hotchberg, which allowed her to experience yoga in a way that not only helped bring balance to her body, but also her mind and spirit. As a result, Kelsey decided to make yoga a permanent fixture of her lifestyle.

In 2020, Kelsey completed her 200-hour YTT certification through Alex Pfeiffer’s 21st Century Yoga on the Mat program (now accessible through Main Street Yoga Center). Since then, Kelsey has taught a variety of yoga classes, including slow-flow Vinyasa styles, to more mindfulness-based sessions, to up-beat sweat-it-out Baptiste flows. Kelsey strives to ensure her classes are accessible for individuals with all body types, identities, and socio-economic backgrounds and for her students to listen to their bodies and do what is right for them in the moment, while respecting those around them.

When Kelsey isn’t teaching yoga, you can find her at her day job where she works as a humanitarian aid worker, developing and delivering education programming for refugee and crisis-affected communities globally. Kelsey will also be graduating in the Spring of 2024 from a Ph.D. program at UW-Madison where she has critically examined the use of Western pedagogies, like social emotional learning, in crisis context. In Fall 2024, Kelsey will join the teaching faculty in the department of Education Policy Studies where she will teach undergraduate courses in human rights & education and wealth, poverty, & inequality. You can learn more about Kelsey’s work and scholarship at her website

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