Experience how CBD works in tandem with a yoga practice to increase relaxation and lessen symptoms of anxiety. CBD works by connecting to the cannabinoid receptors naturally found in the body and brain, combined with relaxing yoga practices designed to calm the nervous system can help to reduce the effects of stress. Making small tweaks in your perception and thought processes can be transformative. CBD massage oil and muscle freeze samples provided by CERES.
Evolution is seeking an experienced physical therapist to join our busy practice starting in June 2019. We are an outpatient orthopedic clinic with five physical therapists. Preference will be given to candidates with at least three years of experience, yoga teacher or yoga therapy training, orthopedic or manual therapy certifications or training and those who can are available for early, late or weekend appointments. This position offers a flexible schedule of 30-35 hours per week…
In Ayurvedic medicine, abhyanga is the practice of massage with warm oil. Full-body self massage is incredibly nurturing, but with our hectic schedules, can be hard to fit in. When starting a self-care routine sometimes it’s best to start with a practice that is accessible. Starting with a foot massage before bed can help you unwind and get the much-needed rest you need.
Pada is the Sanskrit word for foot. Thus Padabhyanga is oiled food massage. Our feet are our foundation and our…
Digging out from that winter storm may have caused your back to be cranky. Here are some of our favorite tricks for releasing strain and tension to keep your back healthy.
Find a quiet spot, clear away the clutter and give yourself about half an hour for this routine.
You will need:
1 yoga block or foam roller
an 8-foot yoga strap
2 racquet or tennis balls.
Start on your hands and knees in a neutral table, spread your fingers wide and press down through each…
As we embark on a new year where goals and resolutions are set with earnest determination, yet often quickly forgotten, I challenge you to take a different approach. Perhaps a simpler strategy of making one change per month will give time to allow the effects of your practice to sink in and become part of your routine. With that in mind, we are setting out on a year of Self-Care. One strategy per month with postings from our community of yoga teachers and healthcare providers to guide…
Join us for a NEW weekly Community Class for Haiti
, led by Evolution teacher training students on Wednesdays from 7:15-8: 15 pm!
Andrea Trombley DPT, E-RYT will be supervising the students, and all donations are going to two special programs: STAND:The Haiti Project (standhaitiproject.org/) a medical clinic in rural Haiti and Faculté des Sciences de Réhabilitation de Léogâne (FSRL), a 4-year Haitian University that is educating Haitians to be healthcare providers in their own…
This special New Year’s Day class will offer time for reflection and projection of new goals and focus for 2019, with practices aimed towards cultivating abundance, meaning, and purpose.
Time: 10-11:30 am
Cost: Free for unlimited and Yoga for Life Members. $15 or use your 10 class pass.
Join Evolution Yoga and Brian Tobin for a Christmas Day, all-levels class to celebrate the holiday season. This class explores themes of light and darkness, innate wisdom, and our highest human potential. The class will include an exploration of postures, breathing techniques, deep relaxation, and meditation. This class is designed to leave the practitioner feeling refreshed and open, ready to engage with family or time for contemplation. Come join us on Christmas Day!
Join Gaby for this all levels Vinyasa I/II yoga class and bring your body back into balance for the holidays. This is the only class of the day on Dec 24th, so skip out on work early and join us for some fun. Vinyasa translates as “flowing with breath” – this dynamic style of yoga joins physical postures, or asanas, with inhales and exhales, creating a steady internal rhythm for the practice. The Vinyasa practice is a form of hatha (“ha” = sun, “tha” = moon) yoga which…
Jeanette Bacevius has been chanting kirtan since the early 2000s. Her first experience with chanting was at a Nada Yoga workshop in Stowe, VT, where she learned how to and experienced chanting traditional mantras in Sanskrit for the first time. She loved it and was hooked! She started chanting weekly at a kirtan held at the old Yoga Vermont in the Chace Mill and at Yoga Mountain in Montpelier. Soon she started leading chants. Jeanette met Krishna Das and invited him to lead his first…