Beginning Meditation Series with Mimi Moncier
Apr
24
May 15

Beginning Meditation Series with Mimi Moncier

Join us for a series specifically created for beginners. This series will focus on the basic steps that will help you to cultivate a regular meditation practice and therefore begin to experience the many benefits that meditation has to offer.

Family Yoga Workshop with Dina and Jamie
May
6
1:00 pm13:00

Family Yoga Workshop with Dina and Jamie

Are you interested in sharing yoga with your child through song, dance, and expressive arts? Join Dina Herring and Jaime Spatt for a two hour afternoon workshop for parents and children ages five to eight years incorporating traditional YOGA postures into fun age-appropriate learning experiences.


Spring Detox: Yoga, Yin and Meditation with Mimi
Apr
29
1:00 pm13:00

Spring Detox: Yoga, Yin and Meditation with Mimi

Refresh your being in this workshop for cleaning the body-mind. Designed to facilitate the natural detoxifying abilities of the body, you will be led through an active Hatha sequence interlaced with yummy Yin and then led through a meditation to smooth the texture of the mind.

Yantra Yoga Workshop with Luke Karamol
Mar
5
1:00 pm13:00

Yantra Yoga Workshop with Luke Karamol

This course is a practice session of the practice of Yantra Yoga, an uninterrupted lineage of yoga from Tibet and will focus on complete breathing as well as the preliminary practices.

Roots of Yoga: History of Yoga and Patanjali
Oct
22
1:00 pm13:00

Roots of Yoga: History of Yoga and Patanjali

This Lab will outline the 8 limbs and will orient both a path and understanding of classical Yoga including asana. We will address meditation; postures, breath, contraindications (trauma) and how to establish a daily integrative mediation practice.

Integrated Practice II: Yoga, Trauma and Healing with Sean Feit
Feb
19
6:30 pm18:30

Integrated Practice II: Yoga, Trauma and Healing with Sean Feit

Our experience of ourselves as we move through modern life is determined more by our biology, especially our nervous system, than we may realize. New research into trauma is changing the way we as yogis can understand well-being, distress, and the paths to freedom from distress, anxiety, and helplessness.