Join Jared Featherstone for another transformative 6-Week Series
Every Sunday, Sep 9 - Oct 14
The conditions of our lives often leave us feeling uprooted and destabilized. Whether it's a stressful job, difficult relationship, world events, technology addiction, anxiety, or health issues, we can find ourselves needing to restore balance and feel centered again.
Join Jennifer Cottrell for this Unique and Healing Four-Week Series.
Four Sundays in October, starting Oct 7
Whether dealing with the loss of a loved one, a friend, a job, or divorce – grief can be all consuming. This 4 class workshop will explore a variety of yoga poses (asana), meditation techniques (including yoga nidra), and breath work (pranayama) to help find peace and contentment.
with Lisa Boland
Six Weeks on Tuesdays, October 9-November 13
This unique class is designed to help the mama-to-be feel better as her body transforms. Through specific physical postures and attention to certain areas of the body, this class can help with general flexibility and strength as well as help alleviate back pain and sciatic-like symptoms.
Two days, Three workshops with Mary Richards
Saturday, December 8th & Sunday, December 9th
Anatomical Geometry: Mapping the Bony Landmarks of the Body
What's a spine? (Hint: We are not talking about the vertebral column at present ...) Where do you find a tuberosity, trochanter or malleolus? How does any of this pertain to yoga practice or instruction?
Asana Techniques Lab
Have you ever watched a student struggling on the mat and wanted more information about how to instruct them to greater ease and stability? Has a student shared with you that they have an injury or pain? Now, you'd enjoy learning options and techniques to address situations like "Chaturanga shoulder," sciatica or plantar fasciitis.
Exploring the Axial Skeleton: Mapping the Vertebral Column
The vertebral column is the central organizing axis of the body. Composed of multiple bones that articulate with one another, the shoulder and pelvic girdles, skull and rib cage, it's safe to say this structure is immensely important to posture and movement.