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Shoulder Exploration 

with Jessi Bertoncini

An applied anatomy class, exploring the specific functions of the shoulder joint in relation to the architecture of the body as a whole.

We will:
• identify the bony landmarks and muscles
• examine the many functions of movement
• explore our own range of motion
• discuss how this information is relevant in our daily movement patterns
• discuss how we can apply this new information to our existing asana practice

***please contact us in advance if you’re experiencing an injury and we’ll be sure to accommodate you appropriately.

 

Saturday, February 17

1:00 - 3:00 pm

Investment: $25

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Rest, Relax, Restore: Restorative Yoga Workshop with Lynné Filion

Sunday, February 18
3:00 - 5:00

With life’s everyday demands, pressing the pause button can be difficult. It can be challenging to carve out time for self care, and takes practice to come to stillness. Giving oneself permission to rest, reset, and restore is crucial to health and wellbeing.

 In this workshop, we will move through a series of gentle, completely supported asanas (poses) with the use of lots of props to encourage the body to truly let go. When the body is at rest and the mind becomes calm, students can fully experience the peace within.

Investment: $25

****MUST PRE-REGISTER! CLASS FILLS QUICKLY, RESERVE YOUR SPOT TODAY!****

 

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Yoga Nidra/Gong Bath

with Debra Hess

Sunday, February 18, 2018

12:30 - 1:45 pm

All Levels
Yoga Nidra/ Gong Bath is a powerful Conscious journey into vibration. The very nature of Yoga Nidra is to calm the mind, and create a new set point of intentional attraction. This point of attraction is the Non dual field of awareness that is the  Field of Divine Omnipresence.

 

Investment: $20

 

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An Afternoon of Mindfulness

with Kathleen Metzker

Saturday, February 24

12:30 - 3:00 pm

Mindfulness as a practice teaches us to be present to our experiences, both our sorrows and our joys, in a kind and caring way. When we are mindful we are opening our-self to be with both pleasant and unpleasant without reactivity but rather we lean to respond to all that life brings with will skillful ease.This afternoon is geared toward experienced mindfulness practitioners as well as those new to the practices. There will be a brief talk, opportunities for practice and group as well as private reflection.

Investment: $40