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Dance Your Yoga

November 5, 2018 - December 10, 2018

Join dancer and yogini Hanna Satterlee in this uplifting series, for a chance to dance inside of your yoga practice. Hanna will guide you through a simple flow that leaves open space for interpretation, improvisation, intrinsic movement, and self expression. Come embrace your unique dance!

Mondays, 7:30-8:30pm
November 5 – December 10
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Y12SR: Yoga of 12-Step Recovery

November 6, 2018 - December 11, 2018

Y12SR addresses a variety of addiction issues and supports people changing these patterns through yoga. Y12SR says, “The issues are in our tissues” and this series gives people space to connect with their bodies to shift addiction patterns or find ways to release stress and create a support for themselves.

Y12SR combines the ancient wisdom of yoga with the practical tools of the 12-Steps. Any addictive behavior disconnect us from ourselves, our loved ones and our environment. The…

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Chairs: Not Just for Sitting

Posted by on Oct 4, 2018 in Evolution Blog | 0 comments

Most of us are familiar with the use of props in our yoga classes. A bolster to sit on allows the spine to lengthen. A block to rest our hand on brings the floor up to us. In our yoga wall classes we use straps, slings, and bars to support the body, enhance the posture, and delve deeper into poses. One prop that is less commonly used but also allows for great exploration of postures is the chair. Chairs not only to allow the student to perform yoga postures while sitting, but also allow…

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Svadhyaya: Self-Study

Posted by on Sep 28, 2018 in Evolution Blog | 0 comments

Svadhyaya means self-study, one’s own reading. How often in life do we reflect on our thoughts, actions, and patterns? How often do we do it accurately? We integrate the feeling of danger with instinctual urgency and fierceness. Yet to integrate the feelings of safety, confidence, victory (especially small victories) and generosity takes additional effort. We may need to relive those more auspicious feelings repeatedly, through journaling, affirmations, meditation, and many other…

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Emily Gauthier

Emily began her journey with yoga in 2010, and received her 200-hour certification in 2017. Since then she has been teaching, and continuing to study yoga with deep intention. She believes yoga is a path which can open a space within ourselves for self discovery, equanimity, and unconditional love.

Emily’s mission is to support her community through practicing yoga on and off the mat, through teaching philosophy, asana, chanting, pranayama, and meditation. In her classes she…

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Yoga Wall: Balance Your Spine and Hips

October 19, 2018

Come and experience the combined impact of increased internal body awareness and the facilitation of your Yoga poses using the rope wall taught by visiting PT/EYT 500 Harvey Deutch. We will try and make the connections between hip and spinal function and how they ideally “dance” together. Spinal decompression and restoring any needed hip mobility will be the key focal points. This evening of education and practice will ensure that you will take this new wisdom off the mat and integrate…

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Yoga for a Healthy Back

Posted by on Sep 5, 2018 in Evolution Blog |

I get low back pain. Being a PT and a yoga teacher does not mean I don’t occasionally overdo it, or that I have somehow miraculously evaded the effects of aging. However, I do feel confident in how I move my body when my back starts its little twinges. I do not hesitate to take immediate action to keep the twinges from becoming full on back pain.

I have a few favorite exercises for my low back. The first one, commonly known as bird dog or alternate arm and leg lift, is my all time…

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Tapas: Transformative Fire

Posted by on Aug 26, 2018 in Evolution Blog |


Tapas is the third of the niyamas (observances). It can be translated in many ways, including heat, purification through discipline, passion, and commitment.  Tapas is the fire of transformation that sparks positive change. It is the commitment and discipline we need to break free of habits, or samskaras, even when it is difficult or uncomfortable. We experience tapas when we choose to stay with challenge and not back away.

Swami Kripalu said that tapas is “the friction…

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Ayurveda for a Joyful Belly

September 20, 2018 - November 1, 2018

Discover the age-old wisdom of the world’s most Ancient healing system: Ayurveda. Sister-science to Yoga, Ayurveda views digestion as the cornerstone to great health, vitality, clarity and longevity. Through this 6-week series, we will explore Ayurveda’s unique insight into the causes and remedies for digestive ailments prevalent today. Empower yourself through understanding the basic principles necessary for healthy digestion and delve into the healing lifestyle practices,…

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Beginning with the Basics

November 8, 2018 - December 20, 2018

We are all beginners. This is your invitation to enjoy learning the basics to start exploring the benefits of a yoga practice. Coming to the mat is a great way to calm your mind, connect to your breath and explore your body. Come practice with an instructor who will honor the body you are in and celebrate your natural rhythm.

Thursdays 6-7 pm, $99
November 8 – December 20

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