Join Caroline for an in-depth exploration of movement and body alignment. Discover which of your parts are doing all the work and which are no longer participating. In this workshop series, you will gain the tools to see how you actually move, so you can actively restore mobility, balance, and strength. Each class will also include context for moving outside the studio (like homework, but fun!) so you can incorporate your new skills into your everyday life. By adapting your daily movement habits, you can regain a structure capable of standing up to life’s demands.
Trained as a Nutritious Movement® certified Restorative Exercise Specialist, Caroline’s work is grounded in an evolutionary biological perspective that the body functions optimally when experiencing natural movement—motions your body would make if you lived in nature. For more information, visit her site, thrivabilitymassage.com.
Through introductory Ayurvedic lessons, experiential activities and yoga asana, we’ll lean into nature’s wisdom with mind, body, and spirit. Tap into your innate power to create the life you want to live with confidence, spaciousness, and a renewed sense of purpose.
Isabel Castro is an Ayurvedic Health Practitioner, Yoga Instructor, and Yoga Health Coach, passionate about empowering others to take charge of their health. A daughter of Costa Rican immigrants, she's always found a way to integrate cultures, passions, arts, and sciences. She blends her diverse education and experience to provide a colorful blend of practicality and play. She focuses on stress resiliency and digestive balance, allowing people to shed their limitations and live to their potential.
Rachael Melman walks in life with the teachings of Yoga alive in her heart. She believes we are made of the Earth and elements, connected to the sacred fabric of all life, and a core "Spiritual Essence." Her teaching style is grounded in traditional Hatha Yoga for harmony between our solar and lunar natures. Classical teachings of Ayurveda, energetics, and earth-based wisdom also transmit the lost art of beauty and balance. Rachael has completed the Hatha, Yoga Therapy, and Chakra Immersions at the highly regarded 7 Centers Yoga Arts in Sedona, AZ.
Mandala: an integrated structure organized around a unifying center; loosely translated to mean “circle.” In Buddhist and Hindu traditions, mandalas are sacred geometric figures which represent wholeness, the universe, and our relationship to the infinite.
Vinyasa: linking breath and movement with awareness. Join Liza to slow down to human tempo and connect with sacred patterns of the infinite.
Mandala Vinyasa is movement in meditation, inspired by Buddhist and Hindu teachings. Traditional yoga postures are interwoven by transitions that guide you 360° around your mat. As you move through the mandala, your orientation in time and space changes. In the midst of this change, the invitation is to connect with and steady yourself from core center. As the mandala becomes familiar, you may drop into a deeply meditative state, restoring your ability to connect within and beyond yourself.
Continute into 2020 with more unique tools to reduce stress, increase flexibility, build strength, and improve confidence. Classes will include physical poses, breath practice, and meditative relaxation in a supportive environment. Each session will also break down fundamentals and uncover strengths in both thoughtful and playful ways. This series will have an added 15-minute journaling component where we will explore ways to create healthy habits in the New Year. No experience is necessary.
Space is limited to 10 students.
Lisa Flick is a registered (E-RYT500) yoga instructor. She began practicing yoga 15 years ago, valuing it for its powers in stress reduction and self awareness, which years later grew into a strong and intelligent physical practice. Lisa works with teens and adults at all levels and is most inspired by modern adaptations of yoga. She has been leading tween yoga classes from Cincinnati, Ohio to Seattle, Washington.
Investment: $75 for 4-week session
(Return students to future sessions receive 15% off)
Join Claire Stetina on the harmonium for an evening of pranayama (breath exercises) and kirtan (yogic chanting) and mythology (stories from Ancient India and the yoga tradition). This regular workshop is offered as a starting place to dive deeper into the traditions of yoga. The practices of breath and chanting are potent tools to awaken yet settle the mind. This class is facilitated and themed through the lens and teachings of Bhakti Yoga, or yoga of the heart.
No experience necessary. This workshop is donation based (suggested $10-15) but no one will be turned away due to lack of funds.
Understanding the foundational concepts of yin, the origin of yin yoga, teaching methodology, the physical & energetic anatomy for the poses for the lower body, poses for the upper body, mindfulness meditation as an anchor in the yin practice, and ying/yang philosophy uncovering how traditional Chinese medicine meridian energetics can be drawn upon to enhance and balance energy.
Leah Adams is a yoga teacher trainer, meditation facilitator, and speaker grounded in ancient lineage and personal practice, integrating her unique blend of Yin yoga, traditional Chinese medicine, Ayurvedic remedies, neuroscience and mindfulness. An early calling to holistic wellness rituals and the beauty of the natural world drew her path first to Ayurveda, then to an extensive array of Eastern practices and modalities.
Payment plans available. $350 deposit secures your space.