First Friday Queer Yoga with Jade Sylvan
Every 1st Friday – 7:30-9pm – $16/$14 student (drop-in only)
All genders, all bodies, all skill levels are welcome to join this relaxing and invigorating Friday night series, hosted by queer artist, writer, and yoga teacher Jade Sylvan…Learn More!
Upcoming date: March 2nd
Restorative Yoga & Massage with Chandra Cantor & Asi Texeira
Saturday, March 3rd, 1:30-3:30, $40
Join us for an afternoon of deep relaxation and massage! Chandra will guide the class through a sequence of Restorative Yoga postures- long holds in passive, gentle poses supported by yoga props- while Asi, our massage therapist, offers therapeutic bodywork…Learn More
Kula Rising: Intermediate/Advanced Asana Practice with Andrea Fotopoulos
Saturday, March 17th, 1-4pm, $25
A “practice” is different from a class. A practice invites anyone and everyone that has a good vocabulary of the poses, an articulate yoga practice and a desire to practice in a growing community of teachers, students and friends to gather on the mat. Learn more.
Connecting to Energy: The Subtle Body Series with Karma Longtin
Unleashing the Power of the Third Eye
Friday, March 23rd, $25 pre-reg/$30 day of
Ajna is Sanskrit for “the perception center” and so our experience in this world is filtered through this chakra. Through guided meditation, pranayama and blindfolded asana, we will work to let go of the habit of over thinking and allow our own intuition to arise…. Learn More
The Meditation of Yoga & Principles of Yoga Therapy: Dedicated Student/Teacher’s Practice with Fez Aswat
1st & 3rd Tuesdays, 2-4pm (starting back up in 2018 starting in February). This class is informed by Fez’s 15 years of study with Tom Alden, who for the last 45 years, has developed an integrated yoga methodology for working with yoga practice as a “method for cultivating wellness through meditation, reflection, attitude and action.” While there may be some recognizable aspects of a flow class format, the tempo, pacing and style of this class is structured more similarly to alignment-based forms of teaching, as influenced by Barbara Benagh, Patricia Walden, Arthur Killmurray, and Jin Sung. A foundation of understanding of postural practice is required for participation in this class, which is intended for students who are interested in further developing their understanding of yoga practice as a therapeutic “set of wisdom and skills which a yogi uses to help someone who is suffering heal and live well” – Tom Alden.
*This is a $20 drop-in only class. 10 Class Packages and Unlimited Passes do not apply. Register online.