Gong Bath with Kim Holton
Friday, January 27th
6:00 - 7:00pm / $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.
Pranayama: A Workshop for Beautiful Breathing with Ann Gill
Saturday, February 4th 1:00 - 3:00pm
Yoga breathing practices provide a bridge between asana and meditation. As the fourth limb in the eight limbed yoga practice, pranayama channels life force through our bodies like asana and settles our energy like meditation. Come and enjoy the subtle and deepening effects of three practices that awaken internal awareness cultivating more evenness and balance in our lives.
2017 is unfolding into an incredibly adventurous year. Watch this space for more workshops and Events coming up.
Copyright Sanctuary Yoga, 2015 Ph: 352-538-7537 530 N. Mainstreet, Gainesville, FL 32601
Workshops offer students
the opportunity for an immersion in their practice or to try something new.
More time is allowed for a deeper level of instruction, and focus on particular aspects of practice and wellness.
Workshops are not necessarily harder than a typical yoga class. If you have questions about wether a workshop will benefit you please email us!
Sanctuary workshops offer students the chance to really enjoy the talents of our teachers, and benefit from the wisdom and experience of nationally and internationally acclaimed teachers.
Upcoming Worshops and Special Events
Registration must be prepaid to secure your spot, but drop ins are welcome if space allows. Client cancellations or "no shows" are non-refundable. In the (incredibly rare) event that a workshop is cancelled, all registrations will be refunded.
Restorative Yoga Mini Retreat with Melissa Montilla
Sunday, January 15th 2:00 – 4:00 pm / $20
The way we eat, move and approach rest takes on the attitudes of our cultural mores. Rest is often perceived as a sign of weakness or low productivity. In the popular attitude of scarcity there is “never enough” (enough hours in the day, not good enough, creative enough….etc.), and this reflects on language for health: clean eating, primal movement, optimal performance, strong is the new skinny, no pain no gain. Everyone wants to “detox”, but what if we are already running low why try to squeeze out more? What if we approached wellness from the foundation up? Wellness requires nourishment and rest is deeply nourishing especially when it is honored as a practice instead of just brought in for emergencies. A practice of rest becomes that foundation.
Renew, release, and practice kindness toward yourself with an afternoon of
deep restorative yoga.