Yoga Nidra is a state of consciousness. A practice of conscious creations--creating our own reality. Most often described as Yogic Sleep. This practice activates the relaxation response and deactivates the stress response.
During this workshop you'll experience the Nidra and discussion of its many benefits. This will take you deep into the 5 layers of existence (koshas or veils) into the Limitless Self.
Please join Sethyne for a soothing afternoon. We'll perfect your Savasana-Corpse pose too.
Have fun learning the basics of handstands, beginning with the foundation.
An afternoon of experiencing the transformative and healing power of sound. Kadea will share many powerful techniques with you. Sound is one of the most accelerated ways to transmute density (negative core imprints) at the cellular level and bring harmonic resonance back to your life. This workshop is one of the most popular Kadea gives throughout the U. S.
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Research is showing that meditation helps improve everything from brain function to high blood pressure. Do you have insomnia? Do you often feel frayed? Meditation can help.
Join Ellen on this 4-week exploration where you will be invited to:
- Explore different meditative styles and postures
- Learn about the value of setting intention for your meditation practice
- Develop anchors such as breath to stabilize your practice
- Clarify the relationship between concentration and mindfulness
- Develop useful tools that will solidify your practice throughout your day
All levels of experience (or non-experience) are welcome. Class size is limited for maximum participation.
What do you get when you cross iambic pentameter with baddha konasana? Yogetry!
Join us for this FREE event in honor of April’s National Poetry Month. YOU are invited to come and read your original poems (5-8 minute time slots. Sign-ups at 6:15 PM). Even if you do not plan to read, please come and support our local poets and yoga community!
Join Carrie for an examination of the three gunas (cosmic principles of existence that permeate our body-minds, attitudes, and ways of living) and how their influence shows up in our individual attitudes toward yoga practice. Through lecture, discussion, self-reflection, meditation, and experimental asana practice self-tailored to individual choices, we will consider what drives our own attraction/aversion to certain aspects and “styles” of yoga practice and the overall attitudes with which we regard and engage in practice. The personal insights from this inquiry could help liberate you from limiting assumptions or projections about yoga practice or styles and therefore open your perspective/experience to a richer and more nuanced experience of yourself.
The breath whispers like the ocean.
The spine undulates like the waves.
Our human form becomes the natural world
as we make space for what is.
In these moments, the body is poetry.
Come, celebrate National Poetry Month (aka Yogetry Month) with a writual word gathering practice!
Writing, like yoga, is a tool for healing and transformation. In this interactive workshop, we’ll invite poetry to arise from the deep places within our bodies: from the belly laugh, the broken heart, perhaps the forgotten toe. Prompts will include movement, sound (in the form of spoken word poetry and singing bowls), and objects from the natural world.
Your poem is in there. You simply need to trust and remember. You might even come away with an original poem that you will want to share at the Yogetry Open Mic on Saturday, April 21!
Before you can hear, much less follow, the voice of your soul, you have to win back your body. You have to go on a pilgrimage beneath the skin.—Meggan Watterson
Your body is your soul’s address in this lifetime. Embodiment is when our spirit – the eternal aspect of ourselves, the part that can never die, be lost, or be harmed – finds an impermanent, ever changing home of bones, muscles, skin, and breath.
This day retreat is an opportunity to come together in community to remember how to connect with and follow the physical sensation of truth in your body.
This is the first of a series of Day Retreats that will be offered based on the book QOYA: A Compass for Navigating an Embodied Life that is Wise, Wild and Free by Rochelle Schieck, founder of Qoya.
Restorative Yoga and Sound Bath with bells, bowls, gongs and chanting. Space limited.
In the transition from Winter to Spring, we have the opportunity to awaken to new possibilities. That awakening sometimes brings a bit of Spring fever, so we'll also look for balance in the frenzy that sometimes accompanies rebirth. In this period of deep rest, figuring out what we really want for the season is possible.
Restorative Yoga uses blankets, blocks and other props to fully support the body in deep rest. It is appropriate for all, including those with challenges or injuries. No experience necessary.
This Spring Equinox It's All Yoga will become Ritual, a community for yoga, meditation, and sound. Come celebrate this transition with an open house from 6-9pm with live music. Community Gratitude Ceremony to honor our past, present, and future at 7pm.