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Beginner AcroYoga Workshop
Friday, November 15th
7:00pm - 9:30pm
Can you do Acro Yoga? Yes you can!
Start at the basics, building a solid foundation as flyers, bases, and spotters. Laugh, play, and support each other as you discover foundational poses such as bird, throne, and back flying.
Come to class and experience how attainable this practice is. No partner needed, just an open mind and a desire to play.
TRE: Tension & Stress Release Workshop
Sunday, October 6th
Sunday, November 17th
1:00pm - 4:00pm
Join Meg Gorosh, RYT 500 and Certified TRE Provider, for this introductory workshop on TRE (tension and stress relieving exercises), an innovative approach to managing and mitigating the effects of stress in your body and in your life. Whether we realize it or not, stress is something that impacts every one of us on a daily basis. Our bodies weren't designed to live with the chronic and sometimes toxic stress that so many of us carry. TRE is an effective and easy-to-learn practice to release the damaging tension caused by stress that causes pain and suffering in both body and mind.
TRE uses a set of 7 gentle and adaptable exercises that can be modified to support every body type and ability, to elicit an intentional and self controlled muscular tremor, deep in the core of the body. Similar to the way animals shake off stress, this tremor reflex seeks out and gently vibrates open deeply held patterns of tension in the muscle tissue and fascia of the body, while naturally quieting and re-regulating the nervous system.
Mala, Mantra, and Meditation
Saturday, October 12th
1:00pm - 3:00pm
Mala beads are an ancient tool that were developed to keep the mind focused during the practice of meditation. A mantra is a word or series of words chanted aloud or silently to invoke spiritual qualities. The two join together when the Mala is used to count the repetitions of mantra chanted. In this workshop you will create your own Mala from traditional rudraksha seeds and semi precious stones and then learn to use it with a mantra, to aid your meditation practice.
All Mala supplies included.
No meditation experience necessary.
Facilitated by Karen Phillips
Numa Breathwork Journey
Friday, October 18th
Friday, November 22nd
6:30pm - 9:00pm
$35 per workshop
Reclaim the fullness of your breath by learning to open and use your entire respiratory system efficiently to transform energetic holdings (from daily stress, trauma, undigested emotional experiences and looping thoughts) that consume your energy and limit your capacity to experience clarity, joy, love and power.
Fall into Awareness: Autumn Meditation Workshop
Saturday, October 26th
1:00pm - 4:00pm
What is meditation, and why do we practice it? How can we create more mindfulness in our days? Who has time to sit still and 'do nothing'?
Come share an afternoon together learning tools of practice to create focus and concentration. Explore yourself on a deeper level as you start to see things clearly to improve your quality of life. Find your calm center to relax into, understand better and love even more.
There is no time like the present to create meaning and wake up to our true nature.
Guided by Laura Jesson
Yoga, The Body, and Trauma Recovery: A Trauma-Informed Learning Series for Yoga Teachers and Health Professionals
Three Workshops over the weekend of
Saturday, November 2nd and
Sunday, November 3rd
$45 per workshop or $120 for all three
Join Leslie Wilkin, a practiced clinician in the area of complex trauma/PTSD, mental health and substance use, for a 3 part continuing education workshop series exploring the latest developments in the areas of traumatic stress and trauma recovery. Each workshop will cover a different topic related to trauma, PTSD, and how to use yoga and other therapeutic modalities to support students who have experienced trauma. Workshops will combine experiential practices, discussions on theory, and personal reflection exercises.
The content is primarily geared towards yoga teachers and other helping professionals, but any community members interested in best practices in trauma recovery are welcome to attend. Participants are encouraged to attend all 3 workshops, but may also attend individual sessions. Yoga teachers may claim 7.5 CE hours upon completion of the series.
Falling Awake - Autumn Yoga Nidra
Saturday, November 16th
6:00pm - 8:00pm
Like the true colors of a leaf revealed when sunlight hours diminish and chlorophyll production wanes, previously hidden aspects of Self are unveiled through the practice of Yoga Nidra (yogic sleep).
Intended to induce full-body relaxation while diminishing attachment to the conditioned mind, the resulting expanded state of consciousness and self-awareness provides a potent field to address physiological, neurological, and subconscious needs. Comfortably supported in savasana, this deep meditative state is accessed through guided visualization and relaxation techniques.
We'll begin with gentle asana and pranayama to welcome openness and ease, as well as a discussion of Sankalpa and its role in the practice.
All levels are welcome.
Facilitated by Stacy Papp
Yin & Fascial Release - Lower Body Love
Saturday, November 23rd
1:00pm - 4:00pm
We will be using a combination of meditation, ball rolling, foam rollers and long held Yin postures to find awareness and sweet release in our bodies.
This workshop is limited to 20 participants. Register early!
Facilitated by Stephanie Green
**All events and workshops are non-refundable and non-transferable