Gong Bath Meditation with Kim Holton
Sunday, January 12th, 4:00 - 5:00 pm / $15
Come immerse yourself in the sounds of the gong! Gongs have long been used for their healing energy, as the complex sounds alter brain waves to promote deep relaxation. We'll start with basic postures to prepare the body for stillness then move into a half hour gong bath meditation while lying down—a great opportunity to work on your savasana.
Yoga for People with Knees with Melissa Montilla
Saturday, February 22nd 2:00 – 5:00pm / $35
If you have ever uttered the phrase, “I have bad knees” then this workshop is for you! Come learn about how your knees work, their relationship to your hips and ankles, and how to build the strength and flexibility you need to support them. Give your knees the love they deserve,and give yourself the opportunity to live pain free.
Yoga for People Who Sit with Melissa Montilla
Saturday, March 22nd, 2:00 – 5:00pm / $35
Whether you are regularly active or not, long hours of sitting for work or leisure can have tremendous negative affects on your body. This workshop will focus on countering the repercussions of sitting and give you tools to add into your days to continue on a path to physical wellness and comfort.
Take Your Yoga Practice on a Roll with Betsy Carlson
and Kim Christou, PMA CPT of Evolve Pilates
Saturday, April 19th, 2:00 – 5:00 pm / $35
In this unique yoga workshop we will use body rolling balls to learn self-myofacial release techniques to decompress joints and elongate muscles—sequences for each part of the body will be learned. Yoga asana will be practiced in between each body rolling progression and will be designed to help you experience and measure the deep releasing effects of the therapy balls. This workshop will help you go deeper, hold poses longer, and increase flexibility, while learning practical techniques for self-care.
Body rolling balls will be provided for the workshop and will be available for purchase. Open to all levels. Please pre-register. This workshop will be limited to 25 people.