The Pink Flamingo Theater to host Yoga for the Truly Flexibly Challenged Classes


Certified Yoga Instructor Chris Caffrey, owner of The Pink Flamingo Theater in the North Fremont Business District in Monterey, will be offering beginners yoga class series on Saturdays and Sundays,  from 10:00 am. - 11:00 a.m. every weekend through October 30th. “Yoga for the Truly Flexibly Challenged”, an adaptive yoga class for ages 14 years – 114 years, will be held at the Pink Flamingo Theater ( which is located at 2115 North Fremont in Monterey, CA (next to Denny’s in the bottom floor of the State Farm/ Ray Martin Building). The cost is $10 per person for each class or $69 prepaid for the series of 8 classes. Space is limited and an advance RSVP is required by calling (831) 238-2399 or emailing [email protected].  To prepay, go

In addition to the Pink Flamingo Theater, Chris Caffrey owns Channels of Energy, where she has taught Adaptive Yoga for the Flexibly Challenged for the past 5 years, now relocating her classes to the new Pink Flamingo Theater. She is certified by the Mark Stephens School of Yoga in Santa Cruz. Chris is also a Certified Massage Therapist and was trained in Asian Body Work at the Five Branches University in Santa Cruz and San Jose. Her focus is to bring holistic stress management at an affordable price. Chris is also a fabulous Vegan Cook....with an emphasis on what taste good.

The Pink Flamingo Theater is an intimate space available for rentals for plays, musical performances, documentaries, lectures, workshops, cooking classes, yoga and much more.

According to Chris Caffrey, owner and operator of The Pink Flamingo Theater and founder of A Caffrey Girl Production, “I am striving to make The Pink Flamingo Theater a favorite ‘go to’ local destination in Monterey for a wide array of entertainment, instruction and health-themed courses! I love teaching yoga to young and old, to the very active to those with disabilities who still need to stretch and stay flexible. Attendees can take the class in yoga pants, sweatpants or jammy pants – come as you are!”

She adds, “The Pink Flamingo Theater is a tribute to all of the pink flamingo lawn ornaments that adorned the green lawns in Parma, Ohio, during my childhood. They remind me that anything can happen…a popular symbol of balmy Florida can come to a frozen winter in Ohio!”

Born in Cleveland, Ohio to a prominent Irish family, Chris Caffrey is dedicated to helping women, especially those in theatre, seniors and homeless women. She recently retired from a 33-year management career at AT&T. In 2016, Chris founded A Caffrey Girl Production and produced two successful plays at the Carl Cherry Center for the Arts, “Parallel Lives” and “Motherhood Out Loud”. Chris is a comedian and has performed for several years with the local improv troupe Mirth-o-Matics. She is also an actress and has performed as Kate in the play, “Sylvia”, at the Paper Wing Theatre, one of the Sisters in “HMS Pinafore”, Bruce Arliss Wharf Theater on Monterey’s Old Fisherman’s Wharf, the Wicked Witch of the West for Directors Showcase at MPC and the mother in “Picnic”, Directors Showcase, MPC. In addition to A Caffrey Girl Production, she owns the Pink Flamingo Theater and Channels of Energy. For more information, go to