We are very grateful. At the beginning of November we created a shared online gratitude journal—such a great use of Facebook! In this open event, 21 Days of Gratitude, one hundred people shared their daily gratitudes. Some shared little things like gratitude for coffee or a full night’s sleep, others shared really big things such as gratitude for learning how to endure terrible loss. It was a wonderful journey together – and one we hope you will continue on your own and with friends…Read More
The winter solstice, the longest night of the year, commemorates the rebirth of the sun. A Sutra is a maxim that relates to the conduct of life—literally it means a thread or line that holds things together. Jam is a party. Let’s Celebrate!
Join John McConnell and Elyce Neuhauser* for The Solstice Sutra Yoga Jam, an evening of yoga, live music (with our own Patrick McAndrew), meditation, chocolate, and Tantra based on The Radiance Sutras, a modern translation of the Vijñana Bhairava…Read More
“The attitude of gratitude is the highest yoga.” – Yogi Bhajan
Wednesday, November 25
12:15-1:15 – Community Class with Susan Marx
Get your Yoga on for the start of the holidays!
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Thanksgiving Day Yoga
Join Rachel for a Thanksgiving Day yoga sangha designed to cultivate “Santosha” – a sense of fullness, abundance, and contentment. This heart-opening yoga practice will leave you feeling supported, connected, and full of gratitude for the blessings all…Read More
Deepen your yoga practice has many meanings. When it comes to the Yoga Wall deepening your practice refers to deeper poses, to be sure, but the greater depth is achieved through decompressing the spine and expanding the breath.
Imagine the feeling of gravity releasing your spine while you quietly breathe, reversing the effects of sitting and standing all day long. Wouldn’t it be great to do a Warrior II pose with support from a strap, opening the hips while you just relax? Would you…Read More
Chakras are energy centers within the body (along the spine and in the head), that correspond with the body’s meridians as recognized in traditional Chinese medicine. The Yogic Chakra system is a thousand-year-old system of understanding and influencing the health of the body, emotions, endocrine system, hormones, mind, and spirit.
There are seven major chakras, each is associated with a gland and major nerve plexus within the body. While some associate the chakras with mystical…Read More
Join Martha Whitney for this rejuvenating candlelit restorative yoga practice to honor the Soltstice. This relaxing class allows you to draw into a deeper place inside yourself as you are guided into supported restful yoga poses. Come relax, restore and recharge. Please pre-register; this popular class will fill up.Friday, December 18 – 6:00-8:00 pm
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The Hatha Yoga Pradipika is one of the main texts that describes how to perform the techniques of Hatha Yoga. In this workshop we will look at the four chapters of this text and break down the methodology of practicing Hatha (physical) yoga. We will focus on chapter one and two of the text, looking at the asanas (postures) and pranayama (breathing techniques). From the platform of asana we will explore the breathing and energetic quality of poses. At the completion of this workshop…Read More
This workshop class is intended for students who have already attended a Yoga Wall workshop or have some experience using the Yoga Wall in other drop-in classes. In this workshop you will learn to the use of the wall for more advanced postures, including back bends and inversions. We will also spend some time using the support of the wall to move deeper into restorative poses.
This workshops is led by a physical therapist/yoga instructor Michelle Downing with specific advanced training…Read More
Imagine… an opportunity to rejuvenate your inner reservoir.
Imagine… feeling spaciousness in your body, mind and heart.
Imagine…more loving- kindness for yourself and others.
Meditation and Yin Yoga are complimentary mindfulness practices that foster awareness and loving -kindness. Come experience meditation with guidance to meet yourself just as you are with curiosity and inner balance. Explore yin yoga postures that relax and energize your body, bringing greater ease and depth…Read More
Building on the foundation set out in the first workshop in this series, you will expand your knowledge of yoga postures and techniques to improve flexibility and stability in the middle and upper back, neck, shoulders, and chest. Class will include some basic anatomy and instruction moving into and out of poses, guided breathwork to support you in postures and techniques to reduce unwanted tension between the shoulder blades and the base of the skull.
Whether you find yourself…Read More