Yin Yoga For Cyclists
12wk Drop-In series w/Benjamin Ho
Begins Mon Oct 2!
Mondays 6:30-7:30pm

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The practice of Yin Yoga is now tailored to cyclists! Benjamin Ho, will guide you through a calculated way to create space in the physical body using traditional Yin Yoga postures and breathwork. This weekly practice is aimed to complement your cycling activity by targeting deep areas of the body (connective tissue and ligaments) that are heavily used during the most intense rides. Practicing Yin Yoga will strengthen, lengthen and lubricate these connective tissues and joints, enabling a larger range of motion, translating to better positioning and flexibility on your bike.  It also restores the Qi (chi) energy that is often used during high intensity, interval efforts.

The Meditative qualities of the Yin practice refreshes the mind, brings clarity and understanding, generates mindful awareness, refreshes, stimulates and rebalances flow of vital life force.  This is extremely important with the amount of ferocity and energy expended while training and racing. This is a 12-wk drop-in series running Mondays beginning Oct 2, so there is no need to pre-register!

Kids Yoga Series!
w/Charlotte Doherty
Ages 3-6 begins 11/7
Ages 7-11 begins 11/9

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Through the use of stories, imagination and games we’ll begin the practice of yoga. Each day we will explore principles of yoga (like breathwork, movement, kindness) and how they impact our daily lives. With laughter, fun and relaxation we learn and grow in each class. These series are open to children 3-14 years old, and each 4-week series will be $48.

Restorative Yoga w/live Flute
Fri Nov 10, 2017 | 5:30-6:30pm $20
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Join Erin Compton as she guides you through a deep and restorative (seated/reclined) yoga practice, accompanied by Amanda Gale, and the beautiful sounds of her flute. This fully supported practice of restorative yoga calms the mind & body and balances the nervous system. No yoga experience necessary! We have mats and props for use. Wear loose fitting or moveable and comfortable clothing!  Sign up now as this will sell out!

At Your Core: Unlocking The Psoas For Optimal Movement & Stability
Sat Dec 2, 2017 – 12:30-2:30pm
$30, pre-registration encouraged!

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Liz Koch, author of The Psoas Book, says the psoas “literally embodies our deepest urge for survival, and more profoundly, our elemental desire to flourish.” The psoas (SO-az) muscle, actually several muscles located deep within your torso, holds you together. Originating in your thoracic spine and attaching to the front of your pelvis, the psoas is the muscle of fight or flight, responsible for internal stabilization and protection by controlling hip flexion, as well as many other crucial functions like diaphragmatic breathing and even digestion. Called the “muscle of the soul” because of its connection to your breath and energetic center, it is closely related to nervous-system regulation and the stress response (fight or flight), and therefore prone to imbalance and contraction when we experience trauma or prolonged stress. Lifestyle choices, our fast-paced and overstimulating society, and even the charged cultural climate can affect the health of the psoas, resulting in symptoms like lower back pain, leg-length discrepancy, IBS, and chronic fatigue.

Join Skye for an afternoon of yoga, free movement, deep stretching, and self-massage to increase awareness of this elusive muscle. Together we’ll target the psoas using specific poses for strengthening and deep release that you can incorporate into your yoga practice. Whether your psoas is weak or tight, the key to unlocking it is relaxation and deep listening to the cues of your body. With proper guidance and self-care, the psoas can be restored to proper functioning to improve posture, range of motion, and overall well-being.

$30, Pre-registration is encouraged.

Restorative Yoga w/Crystal Singing Bowls
Fri Dec 1, 2017 | 5:30-6:30pm
$25, pre-registration encouraged!

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Join Erin Compton as she guides you through a deep and restorative (seated/reclined) yoga practice, accompanied by Katharine Slack, and the healing sounds of live crystal singing bowls. This fully supported practice of restorative yoga calms the mind & body and balances the nervous system. No yoga experience necessary! We have mats and props for use. Wear loose fitting or moveable and comfortable clothing!  Sign up now as this will sell out!

New Year Detox & Nourishment through Yoga + Ayurveda w Kelly Rich
Fri Jan 5, 2018 – 6-8pm
$45, pre-registration encouraged!

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Join Kelly Rich for an evening of Yoga + Ayurveda to cleanse + nourish in order to skillfully reset for the new year.

Ayurveda is the sister science of yoga dating back over 3,000 years ago and is currently the oldest practicing medicine in the world. Kelly will discuss how you can incorporate this healing practice into your life and offer you time to journal intentions + manifestations for the new year of 2018. You will be guided into a self giving foot massage using optional Ayurvedic oils, mindful Kripalu yoga + Yin yoga practices, breath work to balance + ground the nervous system, and ending with a journey into yoga nidra.

You will receive handouts on Ayurveda self care rituals, recipes for an Ayurveda cleanse solely meant to nourish and reset the digestive fire after the holidays. This is an evening to remember + one way to LIVE YOUR YOGA. Any body + every body is welcomed. ***This is a workshop with a mixture of movement and lecture***

Pre-registration is highly recommended as space is limited. Energy exchange is $45.

Kelly Rich holds a B.S in Health Science + Holistic Health, is a certified Kripalu yoga instructor, meditation + spiritual guide, a Reiki Practitioner, and a student at the Kripalu School of Ayurveda working towards becoming an Ayurveda Health Counselor.