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Total Beginner Yoga

April 12, 2016 - May 17, 2016

Join yoga instructor, Rachel de Simone for this special series designed for those who have never taken a yoga class before. In this 6 week series, Rachel will introduce you to the basics of a hatha yoga practice, with modifications made as needed to accommodate tight bodies. By the end of the series, you will be able to take your new yoga knowledge and begin a home practice, or venture out into the greater yoga community. Rachel strives to provide a safe environment for beginners to…

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Total Beginner II

April 11, 2016 - May 16, 2016

Total Beginner II is designed for beginning yoga students who wish to continue to deepen their yoga practice.  This 6-week series will build on the foundation created in Total Beginner I to help students develop confidence in their yoga practice.  This series is perfect for students who have taken a beginners series in the past, as well as those who have taken a few drop-in classes and want to dive deeper into alignment and integration of breath.

Total Beginner II will give you the…

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Bhakti Yoga & Kirtan

April 23, 2016

Bhakti yoga is a practice of devotion, using ancient mantras and live music to cultivate a state of calmness in the mind and love in the heart. This workshop will be a Kirtan (group ecstatic singing) with time spent learning about the archetypes of the gods and goddesses and philosophy of Bhakti. Designed for anyone who wants to learn more about the practice of Kirtan, as well as those looking to deepen their current chanting practice. Saturday, Apr 23, 2-4 pm
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Beyond Kegels: Discovering Pelvic Floor Foundations

April 9, 2016

Change is a constant when it comes being a woman, and the pelvic floor is no exception! Your pelvic floor will change during your lifetime. Understanding these changes will give you some control over your pelvic health and overall quality of life.

The pelvic floor is a vital region in every woman’s body. The muscles of the pelvic floor support internal organs, urinary function, and play a crucial role in sexual response and enjoyment. They also work with the abdominal and back…

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Psoas Release on the Yoga Wall

April 15, 2016

The psoas is a major muscle that influences the stability and function of the spine, pelvis and hips. Shortness, stiffness and weakness in the psoas can lead to pain and muscle imbalances that throw off your ability to practice yoga and fully participate in recreational, work and home activities.

Join Evolution Physical Therapy & Yoga founder Janet Carscadden PT for a workshop that explores yoga-based strategies on the Yoga Wall to release tension in the psoas. This workshop is…

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Spring Ayurvedic Cleanse

April 10, 2016

Join us for a spring Ayurvedic cleanse with Scott Marion. Learn valuable techniques that will enhance your yoga practice, increase your immunity, balance digestive issues and nourish your body. We will go step by step through a gentle, yet profound Ayurvedic home cleanse that is safe and effective for most people.

By mobilizing metabolic wastes in order to remove toxins, the detox will have you practicing gentle yoga, following a clean simple diet of kitchari, doing self massages and…

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Beyond the diaphragm: improving your breath for optimum health

Posted by on Jan 22, 2016 in Evolution Blog | 0 comments

We’ve all heard that being aware of and improving our breathing pattern is good for us. And there are so many reasons why improving your breathing is so important, it almost takes your breath away!

The pelvic floor and the diaphragm are intimately connected, as they both work to increase intra-abdominal pressure, which is one way that the “core” muscles help stabilize your body. In addition to helping you stay alive, the diaphragm is the top of the cylinder that forms the deep abdominal…

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Design Your Own Practice

March 17, 2016 - April 14, 2016

In this series we will systematically design a home practice or sadhana. This series will touch numerous aspects of home practice including sequencing, mantra, breathing techniques, meditation techniques, and daily rhythms to increase the vibrancy and harmony within the practitioner. By the end of the series all students will be comfortable with the elements of their own personal practice and how to perform this alone and at home. This series is open to all levels and will benefit…

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21-Day Meditation Challenge – Day 20: Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya

Posted by on Jan 20, 2016 in Evolution Blog | 0 comments

Mantra is an excellent tool for meditation. A mantra can be a name, a saying, or something traditional.

Sadhguru, an Indian yogi, mystic, philanthropist and author, describes mantra this way:

Mantra means a sound, a certain utterance or a syllable. Today, modern science sees the whole existence as reverberations of energy, different levels of vibrations. Where there is a vibration, there is bound to be a sound. So, that means, the whole existence is a kind of sound, or a complex…

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Deep De-Stress Yoga

March 26, 2016

Say aahhh! Join Patrick for Deep De-Stress yoga. We will take a little more time exploring all the pillars of stress-relief yoga: gentle movement, exuberant exhalations, restorative yoga, laughter yoga, and deep relaxation.

Elongate your spine in this sweet, elongated class. We’ll take a two-hour journey into the inner sanctuary, or Patrick calls it, “the Shanti Shanti Zone.” (The sanskrit word shanti means peace. You will certainly find it here!)

Saturday, March 26 – 2-4 pm

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