In this 2 hour workshop we will discuss some of the philosophy behind Yin Yoga, as well as explore its physical effects upon the connective tissues & joints. We will move through a Yin practice & guided meditation to calm the mind & rejuvenate the body.
Interested in learning more about the legends that form the background for the asanas we practice??? Join Justin Reilley, an awesome storyteller and one of our most valuable local yoga assets, as he presents his Devas and Demigods workshop.
This workshop will combine these two ancient techniques to enhance beauty, and bring awareness to the body’s internal landscape. You will learn an all encompassing self care routine that can easily be weaved into your daily life.
If you’ve spent the last few days preparing for Thanksgiving, if you braved the early morning Black Friday sales to pick up the perfect gifts for your loved ones, this is break that you need! Perfect for all levels, this restorative workshop led by Stephanie Weiner, will help you unwind and find deep relaxation.
When you’re experiencing deep emotional upset, you need something powerful enough to take the electrical charge away from the experience.
Nourish Your Body and Mind, and have a deeper understanding of your Yoga Practice
Join Justin Reilley, aka Instagram's @thetattooedyogi for a handstand workshop where we will work different ways to get in and out of handstand (using the wall if needed), how to fall gracefully and safely, how to hold it longer and also how to elevate the practice in whatever direction your going with it.
This workshop is an introduction to the ancient art of shamanic journey. We will use anthropologist, Micheal Harner's method of journeying to guide our experience. Come find out what our ancestors have known for centuries- discover the magic and healing of the worlds within you, waiting to be discovered.
Substance use disorder (addiction), mental health and trauma can ruin lives. It not only affects the person with the disease, but it affects the family members and loved ones as well. Support groups are helpful because we can empathize with others, but what is really important for the family members and caretakers to heal emotionally is focusing on self care, regardless of what the addict is doing. Many people are in need of emotional support over the loss of a loved one, divorce, abuse and more. Yoga for Emotional Support (YES) can help.