Celebrate the first day of spring with 108 sun salutations. This class will be in place of the regularly scheduled Vinyasa 2. Be prepared to challenge yourself, doubt yourself, and amaze yourself when class is over. Class will repeat the traditional Sun Salutation A aka: Surya Namaskar A. There will be modifications and options to choose from. Feel free to bring water and your favorite towel.
Springtime Mala Making with beads in the hues of the season with Sue Nelson!
You’ve seen them in yoga studios. You’ve seen them worn as spiritual jewelry. And you have even seen them held by the Buddha. What are these mysterious bead chains? Where do they come from? Who uses them? And how can they help with meditation?
Dance Temple is an ecstatic dance offering that lasts 90 minutes overall. That time includes some light ceremony/circling up at the beginning to set boundaries and guidelines for a safe container, and at the end to reinforce connection, help with grounding, and impart a sense of closure.
This Paschal full moon on this date will be a super-moon, the second of 2018. This is a day of powerful Lunar and Divine Maternal influences and we are blessed to be able to ride their waves, amplified by the sound waves of the sacred gong, for our personal Inner Transformation.
The new season is a perfect time to make changes and to do a cleanse. Through the practice of the ancient science of Ayurveda, we will look at which healthy habits and foods will give the body energy and help it to reset and to refresh based on the season and individual needs.
Find freedom from autoimmune disorder symptoms through Yoga.
Join Jennifer Cottrell, RTY-500 and Yoga Therapist for a two hour workshop, designed for people with autoimmune disorders. Yoga can help ease symptoms of these chronic illnesses such as pain, stress, and depression, and can create a sense of peace and wellbeing.
In this 6-week session, teacher Jared Featherstone will guide participants through both the foundational forms of meditation and the basic philosophical teachings of the Buddha, including the Four Noble Truths and the Three Marks of Existence. The class, offered for brand new and returning students, will have an emphasis on the application of these teachings in daily life.
Join Veronica Jones, MS, E-RYT for two hours of upside down experiential learning. This workshop will address alignment, safety, and variations of common inversions such as Sirsasana (headstand), Sarvangasana (shoulderstand), Pincha Mayurasana (forearm balance), and Adho Muka Vrksasana (handstand). Participants should bring a strong desire to go upside down and a healthy sense of humor.