Listening to your body: Innate wisdom or Imprint?
Sep
10
10:00am10:00am

Listening to your body: Innate wisdom or Imprint?

What does it really mean, to ‘listen to your body’? Join Body-Mind therapist Karishma Kripalani for a workshop on somatics, science and the stories we tell ourselves. 

In this workshop we will:

+ Draw on insights about the nervous system and identity formation; 
+ Explore how we embody our life experiences; 
+ Practice the skill of discernment.

Together, we will create a space to examine what we are orienting to, how we are interpreting the information we receive, and why we respond to it in the ways that we do. A deep dive into ourselves, our experiences, and what we make of them.

Cost: $35 Pre-Registered, $45 at the door;    SIGN UP ONLINE
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BIO:
Karishma Kripalani, MA, CYT, RCST®, is a writer, facilitator, and trauma therapist whose approach emphasizes our relationships to ourselves, to each other, and to the earth. 

Karishma has been mentored in the Nath lineage of Himalayan yoga, has received over 1000 hours of instruction in trauma-informed bodywork and relational/attachment work, and is a lifelong student of Ayurveda. As a result of her professional qualifications as a sociologist, yoga teacher and biodynamic craniosacral therapist, her work integrates an appreciation of the interpersonal and structural determinants of health.

In addition to her private practice, Karishma is a teaching assistant for craniosacral therapy in North America. She guides yoga grounded in social justice with Bending Towards Justice, and is currently completing a 2-year clinical training in healing developmental trauma. 

Karishma lives in Tkaronto/Toronto, where she is nourished by community-focused movement and stillness practices. She shares nervous system medicine, embodied mindfulness, and creativity workshops internationally.

www.pranasacral.com
http://www.facebook.com/craniosacraltoronto

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Yoga for Changemakers
Oct
28
1:00pm 1:00pm

Yoga for Changemakers

Where Does it Hurt (Compassion Practices)

With Jacoby Ballard

Are you a social worker, teacher, healthcare provider, or activist? Have you been out in the streets, calling politicians, writing op-eds to contribute to justice and healing in these difficult political times? Are you angry or grieving at the multiple oppressions at work in the world? Do you struggle to talk to family and loved ones about the issues that you care about most, with a sense of grounding and compassion? Have you experience burnout?

Led by Jacoby Ballard, Yoga for Changemakers is an every-other-month recharge, re-vitalization workshop/community for changemakers.  Whether you are on the streets, behind a desk, on the podium, in front of a classroom, all are welcome to come once, or make this a regular commitment.

Each session will have a theme to reflect on and work with, relevant to self-transformation and growth, and collective liberation, with the greater intention of turning and facing reality, engaging in deep relationship, healing, and loving up on each other.

Each workshop will include yogic postures, breath work, meditation, discussion, shared food, and self-reflection with the intention of connecting to purpose, practicing self- and collective-care, and refining our daily practices to ensure that we can keep on keeping on, continue to show up, dig deep, and make change. 

As Jardana Peacock of the Liberation School in NC has said, "we can create the world we want right now, in how we care and show up for each other." Adrienne Marie Brown says in her book, Emergent Strategy, "If the goal was to increase the love, rather that winning or dominating a constant opponent, I think we could actually imagine liberation from constant oppression."

Show up with a friend or colleague, by yourself or with community, with a broken heart or with fullness spilling out. Bring your desire for change inside and out, and have some hours of retreat, reflection, and beloved community.  SIGN UP ONLINE

Each session will run from 1:00-4:00pm.

$20-40 sliding scale per session
25% of  all fees will be donated to a dynamic, imperfect, and powerful social justice organization!

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Yoga: The Path of Fire and Nectar
Nov
18
to Nov 19

Yoga: The Path of Fire and Nectar

Asana Studies With Christina Sell

The path of yoga is both nurturing and demanding.  Yoga requires us to do the difficult work of change as well as to surrender, let go, and accept. As much as yoga is about introspection, it also invites us to empowered, engaged outer action. Try as we might to pin yoga down to "one thing", the truth is that yoga is a path of wholeness and totality which offers us an opportunity to find the dynamic interplay between the fiery aspects of spiritual life and the nectarian currents of Grace. Join Christina Sell for an insightful foray into postural practice as the embodied expression of inspiring spiritual precepts. Expect strong practice, demonstrations, explanations throughout each session.  Come ready to work and play, laugh and learn.  SIGN UP ONLINE

A Weekend Workshop: Sign up for the Whole Weekend or for Individual Sessions.

Cost: $225 for the weekend, $195 early bird pricing until Oct 15; Per Session rate of $60.00

Schedule:

Saturday AM- Standing Pose Emphasis:  Nov 18, 10:00am-12:30pm

Saturday PM- Twisting Emphasis:  Nov 18, 2:30pm-5:00pm

Sunday AM- Back Bend Emphasis:  Nov 19, 10:00am-12:30pm

Sunday PM- Forward Bends/Hip Emphasis:  Nov 19, 2:30pm-5:00pm

Bio:

Christina Sell has been practicing yoga since 1991 and teaching since 1998. Known for her insight, clarity, humor and down-to-earth teaching style, Christina is passionate about helping people of all sizes, ages and abilities find an authentic and life-affirming relationship to yoga. Inspired by alignment-oriented yoga throughout her yoga journey, she currently studies primarily with Senior Iyengar Yoga teachers, Manouso Manos and Patricia Walden. Christina resides in Buena Vista, CO with her husband, her parents, her dog and two very needy kitties. When she is not practicing or teaching yoga you can find her somewhere in nature hiking, biking, or paddling her kayak.

 

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Yoga for Changemakers
Dec
2
1:00pm 1:00pm

Yoga for Changemakers

Pleasure Activist (Joy Practices)

With Jacoby Ballard

Are you a social worker, teacher, healthcare provider, or activist? Have you been out in the streets, calling politicians, writing op-eds to contribute to justice and healing in these difficult political times? Are you angry or grieving at the multiple oppressions at work in the world? Do you struggle to talk to family and loved ones about the issues that you care about most, with a sense of grounding and compassion? Have you experience burnout?

Led by Jacoby Ballard, Yoga for Changemakers is an every-other-month recharge, re-vitalization workshop/community for changemakers.  Whether you are on the streets, behind a desk, on the podium, in front of a classroom, all are welcome to come once, or make this a regular commitment.

Each session will have a theme to reflect on and work with, relevant to self-transformation and growth, and collective liberation, with the greater intention of turning and facing reality, engaging in deep relationship, healing, and loving up on each other.

Each workshop will include yogic postures, breath work, meditation, discussion, shared food, and self-reflection with the intention of connecting to purpose, practicing self- and collective-care, and refining our daily practices to ensure that we can keep on keeping on, continue to show up, dig deep, and make change. 

As Jardana Peacock of the Liberation School in NC has said, "we can create the world we want right now, in how we care and show up for each other." Adrienne Marie Brown says in her book, Emergent Strategy, "If the goal was to increase the love, rather that winning or dominating a constant opponent, I think we could actually imagine liberation from constant oppression."

Show up with a friend or colleague, by yourself or with community, with a broken heart or with fullness spilling out. Bring your desire for change inside and out, and have some hours of retreat, reflection, and beloved community.  SIGN UP ONLINE

Each session will run from 1:00-4:00pm.

$20-40 sliding scale per session
25% of  all fees will be donated to a dynamic, imperfect, and powerful social justice organization!

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Yoga for Changemakers
Aug
12
1:00pm 1:00pm

Yoga for Changemakers

Nourish and Sustain (Lovingkindness Practices)

With Jacoby Ballard

Are you a social worker, teacher, healthcare provider, or activist? Have you been out in the streets, calling politicians, writing op-eds to contribute to justice and healing in these difficult political times? Are you angry or grieving at the multiple oppressions at work in the world? Do you struggle to talk to family and loved ones about the issues that you care about most, with a sense of grounding and compassion? Have you experience burnout?

Led by Jacoby Ballard, Yoga for Changemakers is an every-other-month recharge, re-vitalization workshop/community for changemakers.  Whether you are on the streets, behind a desk, on the podium, in front of a classroom, all are welcome to come once, or make this a regular commitment.

Each session will have a theme to reflect on and work with, relevant to self-transformation and growth, and collective liberation, with the greater intention of turning and facing reality, engaging in deep relationship, healing, and loving up on each other.

Each workshop will include yogic postures, breath work, meditation, discussion, shared food, and self-reflection with the intention of connecting to purpose, practicing self- and collective-care, and refining our daily practices to ensure that we can keep on keeping on, continue to show up, dig deep, and make change. 

Show up with a friend or colleague, by yourself or with community, with a broken heart or with fullness spilling out. Bring your desire for change inside and out, and have some hours of retreat, reflection, and beloved community.  SIGN UP ONLINE

$20-40 sliding scale per session
25% of  all fees will be donated to a dynamic, imperfect, and powerful social justice organization!

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Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra
Jul
21
5:30pm 5:30pm

Restorative Yoga and Yoga Nidra

Join Barbara Polowy for this month's Restorative Yoga class. We’ll move through a gentle, balanced restorative sequence followed by yoga nidra, a guided relaxation practice that helps us find an almost meditative state of consciousness and brings profound yogic rest to the body and mind. This class is accessible to students of all levels and abilities. Barbara will assist you in finding the perfect, fully supported expression of each pose.

The class is accessible to yoga students of all levels and meets once per month on Friday evenings, 5:30 - 7:00pm.  Fee: $15 per class. Class is limited to 16 students. SIGN UP ONLINE.

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Better Is Possible: Experience the Possibilities
Jul
8
2:00pm 2:00pm

Better Is Possible: Experience the Possibilities

This wellness workshop with Charles Cooper and Deborah Yaffee will help you learn healing techniques to ease pain, reduce stress, promote insights and upgrade your self care. Techniques presented will include polarity therapy energy healing, tai chi, mindfulness meditation, pranayama breathing and holistic home care therapy. Come and enjoy!! Cost is $35 pre-registered; $40 at the door.  SIGN UP ONLINE

Charles Cooper L.Ac M.Ac;  R.P.E.; L.M.T.  Masters in Acupuncture, national certification in biomedicine. Certifications in yoga, pranayama and psychotherapy. Developed a Holistic Stress Management course for North Shore Community College. Currently in practice as a License Acupuncturist, Massage Therapist and Registered Polarity Educator in Greenfield. More information: http://www.coopersunifiedbodytherapy.com

Deborah Yaffee is a Senior Trainer with the Tai Chi for Health Institute, an international organization that promotes short, effective, simple to learn tai chi programs specifically for mental and physical health benefits. Deborah is a Certified Instructor for Tai Chi for Arthritis, Energy, Diabetes and Rehabilitation. More information: http://www.eztaichiforhealth.com

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Summer Solstice Restorative Practice
Jun
16
5:30pm 5:30pm

Summer Solstice Restorative Practice

As we approach the longest day of the year, the balance of solar and lunar energies, join Barbara Polowy and Dede Boyd for a restorative yoga practice designed to balance those energies in the  body and mind. Our practice will focus on poses release the heart, shoulders, and chest and breath work (pranayama) to quiet the nervous system.

The class is accessible to yoga students of all levels and meets once per month on Friday evenings, 5:30 - 7:00pm.  Fee: $15 per class. Class is limited to 16 students. SIGN UP ONLINE.

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Trauma & Yoga Workshop
Jun
10
2:00pm 2:00pm

Trauma & Yoga Workshop

What is trauma and how might we, as yoga students and yoga teachers, support those of us who have experienced trauma?

How can we make yoga classrooms sites of healing rather than places that may reinforce traumatic experiences?

Which yoga practices are best suited to help us heal from trauma?

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Restorative Yoga - Open Up to the Spring
May
19
5:30pm 5:30pm

Restorative Yoga - Open Up to the Spring

Join Barbara Polowy for a restorative yoga practice focussed on gentle, supported backbends and breath work to help you release and open up to all that life offers you this spring. Barbara will assist you in finding the perfect, fully supported expression of each pose to allow you to experience comfort and deep relaxation in each pose.

The class is accessible to yoga students of all levels and meets once per month on Friday evenings, 5:30 - 7:00pm.  Fee: $15 per class.  Class is limited to 16 students. SIGN UP ONLINE.

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Exploring the Chakras
May
13
2:00pm 2:00pm

Exploring the Chakras

The Chakras are an ancient system of energetic anatomy that can provide insight into our bodies, hearts, and minds. Come to this workshop to learn the significance of each chakra, the associated natural elements and areas of the body, ways in which life experience and/or trauma might affect the chakra, common blockages. Come to this workshop for grounding, inner power, self-esteem, intuition, communication, opening the heart, healing through grief, and connecting to the great mystery. This workshop will include lecture, an embodied asana class, and time for reflection and questions.

About the facilitator: Jacoby Ballard has been studying the chakras under Seane Corn and the writing of Anodea Judith, and teaching about them in his weekly classes for the last 5 years. He is a co-facilitator of the Adhikara Yoga School's 2017 Yoga Teacher Training.

Cost is $35 pre-registered; $45 at the door.  SIGN UP ONLINE

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Shrug Off the Burden! Therapy Ball Self-Massage to Release the Shoulders
May
6
1:00pm 1:00pm

Shrug Off the Burden! Therapy Ball Self-Massage to Release the Shoulders

Unburden yourself physically, emotionally, mentally.

Feel like you're carrying the weight of an enormous sphere on your shoulders?  These little spheres can alleviate the physical and emotional stress.

Postural habits, occupational hazards (jutting your head forward to stare at a computer screen for eight hours a day), and the worries that accompany everyday living all contribute to shoulder tension.  As a result, shoulder and neck pain have become epidemic.

In this workshop we'll use Yoga Tune Up therapy balls to soothe tense tissues and to repeater postural bearing.  We'll open up restricted areas and awaken blind spots.  Yoga practitioners will learn new ways to prep the body for shoulder openers, yoga teachers will glean techniques to use with private clients, and everybody will discover ways to strip away stress and fatigue.  You'll receive a set of balls to take home with you, so you can use the techniques you'll learn as often as you wish.

$30 workshop fee includes a set of yoga therapy balls!

Jennie Cohen, E-RYT 500, teaches classes, privates, workshops, and teacher trainings internationally. Precise instruction and focused sequencing create an experience that is both informative and transformative. Jennie's fascination with anatomy and her studies of the texts that form yoga’s philosophical foundation infuse her teaching. Upcoming events and schedule at jenniecohenyoga.com. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter: JennieCohenYoga   SIGN UP ONLINE

 

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Anatomy Comes to Life
Apr
22
2:00pm 2:00pm

Anatomy Comes to Life

In this workshop, you'll deepen your knowledge of embodied anatomy within yoga asana (poses) and pranayama (breath). Through an experiential lens we will:

- Explore the anatomy of respiration, with a focus on the breath's systemic impacts, mechanical function & energetics.

- Deconstruct a variety of asanas to discover major muscles working, different types of joint actions, & planes of movement. Specifically we'll focus on weight bearing, spinal movement, as well as inversions.

Whether you are a student or a teacher this workshop will bring anatomical principles & practices to life!

Join Emily Kramer, RYT-500, for an in-depth introduction to bio-mechanical anatomy and how to apply it to your yoga practice. Emily has specialized training in anatomy and back care, along with additional training in anxiety/depression, addiction, trauma-sensitivity, and yoga for young people. She brings to her students both a depth of knowledge as well as the ability to make challenging concepts approachable and understandable.

Online pre-registration is highly recommended, this workshop will likely sell out. $35 pre-registered. $45 at the door (if available).

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Restorative Yoga with Yoga Nidra
Apr
14
5:30pm 5:30pm

Restorative Yoga with Yoga Nidra

Join Barbara Polowy for a restorative asana practice and yoga nidra (guided relaxation) focused on an exploration of the kosas, the five interpenetrating sheaths or layers of awareness, that can guide us into a deeper experience of our yoga practice and our life.


This class is accessible to students of all levels of yoga experience and abilities -- even newcomers to the practice. Barbara will assist you in finding the perfect, fully supported expression of each pose to allow you to experience comfort and release.

We appreciate your cooperation in refraining from wearing perfume or other scented products at the studio!

The class meets once per month on Friday evenings, 5:30 - 7:00 pm.  Fee: $15 per class. Class is limited to 16 students. SIGN UP ONLINE.

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Yoga for Musicians and Music Lovers
Apr
9
5:00pm 5:00pm

Yoga for Musicians and Music Lovers

5 week series:  March 5, 12, 26 April 2, 9

A practice designed with guitar players, drummers, horn players, singers, pianists, etc. in mind, including:
Hand, arm, wrist, and shoulder work
Breathing techniques to improve vocals
Meditation/breathwork for performance anxiety
Deepening your connection to your body and your creativity

Featured album:  Emma Ruth Rundle Guitar One

Cost is sliding scale to make yoga accessible for everyone: $10-15 drop-in; $50-65 for all 5 classes. SIGN UP ONLINE

Lynn Simonds is a 200 hour trained Yoga instructor, has been playing guitar for 17 years, and singing as long as she can remember.

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Yoga for Musicians and Music Lovers
Apr
2
5:00pm 5:00pm

Yoga for Musicians and Music Lovers

5 week series:  March 5, 12, 26 April 2, 9

A practice designed with guitar players, drummers, horn players, singers, pianists, etc. in mind, including:
Hand, arm, wrist, and shoulder work
Breathing techniques to improve vocals
Meditation/breathwork for performance anxiety
Deepening your connection to your body and your creativity

Featured album:  Cat Power Moon Pix

Cost is sliding scale to make yoga accessible for everyone: $10-15 drop-in; $50-65 for all 5 classes. SIGN UP ONLINE

Lynn Simonds is a 200 hour trained Yoga instructor, has been playing guitar for 17 years, and singing as long as she can remember.

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Let the Good Times Roll! Head-To-Toe Self Massage with Yoga Therapy Balls
Apr
1
1:00pm 1:00pm

Let the Good Times Roll! Head-To-Toe Self Massage with Yoga Therapy Balls

With Jennie Cohen, E-RYT 500

Online: jenniecohenyoga.com

Facebook/Twitter/Instagram: JennieCohenYoga

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$30 workshop fee includes a set of yoga therapy balls!

Let’s face it: modern life sits us in front of computers all day, slumps us in front of the TV at night, and puts a host of stresses on the body that create aches and pains. This workshop will give you tools to work out the kinks on your own at home. As Patanjali tells us in sutra 2.16, future pain can be avoided.

Advantages of self-massage: the roll-down low-down:
• Release physical tension. Learn techniques to soothe your personal hot spots.
• Relieve stress. Stress seems epidemic these days. Knead your physical form to relax the mental and emotional layers of your being.
• Breathe more freely. Physical tension and postural habits impede the breath. Unblock your respiration and repattern your carriage.
• Deepen your asana practice. Stretching is not the only—or even, sometimes, the most effective—way to increase flexibility. Self-massage breaks up adhered tissues to improve mobility. The balls also awaken unconscious body areas; improved body awareness leads to more skillful movement.
• Reveal yourself to yourself. Map your physical form and explore the mental and emotional states that self-care can evoke.

Along the way you’ll learn a bit of anatomy. Yoga teachers and other bodywork professionals will glean strategies that can be used with clients.

Alleviate pain and stress, move more freely, and breathe more easily. You’ll take a set of balls home with you, so you can roll whenever and wherever you wish. Come get the ball rolling.

Jennie Cohen, E-RYT 500, teaches classes, privates, workshops, and teacher trainings internationally. Precise instruction and focused sequencing create an experience that is both informative and transformative. Jennie's fascination with anatomy and her studies of the texts that form yoga’s philosophical foundation infuse her classes. Upcoming events and schedule at jenniecohenyoga.com.      SIGN UP ONLINE

 

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Yoga for Back Health
Mar
27
4:00pm 4:00pm

Yoga for Back Health

Taught by Anna Meyer, this 4 week series will strengthen, support and educate you about back health. Learn how to use your own body as a tool for pain relief, freedom in movement and self affirmation. This class will explore specific poses that support spinal mobility and back strength. Through guided meditation and breathing exercise, we will learn to channel personal intention and self-actualizing power. Runs March 6 - 27th. $55 for the 4-week series or $15 drop-in for each class. SIGN UP ONLINE.

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Yoga for Musicians and Music Lovers
Mar
26
5:00pm 5:00pm

Yoga for Musicians and Music Lovers

5 week series:  March 5, 12, 26 April 2, 9

A practice designed with guitar players, drummers, horn players, singers, pianists, etc. in mind, including:
Hand, arm, wrist, and shoulder work
Breathing techniques to improve vocals
Meditation/breathwork for performance anxiety
Deepening your connection to your body and your creativity

Featured album:  Brian Eno Ambient 1: Music for Airports

Cost is sliding scale to make yoga accessible for everyone: $10-15 drop-in; $50-65 for all 5 classes. SIGN UP ONLINE

Lynn Simonds is a 200 hour trained Yoga instructor, has been playing guitar for 17 years, and singing as long as she can remember.

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Asana Lab Playshop: Forward Fold Emphasis
Mar
25
1:00pm 1:00pm

Asana Lab Playshop: Forward Fold Emphasis

An opportunity to deepen your practice, gain postural knowledge, and build community and camaraderie. This is a series of 3 hour asana-based workshops meant for engaged yoga practitioners looking to expand their asana practice in a supportive group setting. Come ready to work hard, build your endurance, have a ton of fun, and most importantly, engage at the level that's right for you. In this way you'll expand your capacity without injury or exhaustion. 

These workshops are designed for those with a solid understanding of yoga practice and a sincere desire to learn more. They are not the right fit for those working with major injuries. 

Sign up online for one or a package of 3. $60/3 Sessions, pre-registered. $25 drop-in. No one turned away for lack of funds. Contact Molly (info@mollykitchen.com) with any questions.

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Yoga for Back Health
Mar
20
4:00pm 4:00pm

Yoga for Back Health

Taught by Anna Meyer, this 4 week series will strengthen, support and educate you about back health. Learn how to use your own body as a tool for pain relief, freedom in movement and self affirmation.

This class will explore specific poses that support spinal mobility and back strength. Through guided meditation and breathing exercise, we will learn to channel personal intention and self-actualizing power.

Runs March 6 - 27th. $55 for the 4-week series or $15 drop-in for each class. SIGN UP ONLINE.

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Introduction to Ayurveda
Mar
18
2:00pm 2:00pm

Introduction to Ayurveda

Join the lead teachers of Adhikara Yoga School, Jacoby Ballard and Molly Kitchen, for an exploration of Ayurveda, the health and wellness practices associated with the yogic tradition. You'll leave this workshop with practical skills to add to your own daily life as well as a deeper knowledge of life's rhythms in general.

As a Sanskrit word, Ayurveda can be translated to mean "the knowledge and wisdom of life". These ancient theories and practices are still incredibly relevant today, and though many of the principles are simple, when practiced in one's daily life the results can be profound. 

Join us for an engaging, spirited workshop in this fascinating area of study. This workshop will likely sell out. $35 pre-registration. $45 at the door. SIGN UP ONLINE.

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Yoga for Back Health
Mar
13
4:00pm 4:00pm

Yoga for Back Health

Taught by Anna Meyer, this 4 week series will strengthen, support and educate you about back health. Learn how to use your own body as a tool for pain relief, freedom in movement and self affirmation.

This class will explore specific poses that support spinal mobility and back strength. Through guided meditation and breathing exercise, we will learn to channel personal intention and self-actualizing power.

Runs March 6 - 27th. $55 for the 4-week series or $15 drop-in for each class. SIGN UP ONLINE.

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Yoga for Musicians and Music Lovers
Mar
12
5:00pm 5:00pm

Yoga for Musicians and Music Lovers

5 week series:  March 5, 12, 26 April 2, 9

A practice designed with guitar players, drummers, horn players, singers, pianists, etc. in mind, including:
Hand, arm, wrist, and shoulder work
Breathing techniques to improve vocals
Meditation/breathwork for performance anxiety
Deepening your connection to your body and your creativity

Featured albums:  Solange A Seat at the Table

Cost is sliding scale to make yoga accessible for everyone: $10-15 drop-in; $50-65 for all 5 classes. SIGN UP ONLINE

Lynn Simonds is a 200 hour trained Yoga instructor, has been playing guitar for 17 years, and singing as long as she can remember.

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Asana Lab Playshop: Arm Balance Emphasis
Mar
11
1:00pm 1:00pm

Asana Lab Playshop: Arm Balance Emphasis

An opportunity to deepen your practice, gain postural knowledge, and build community and camaraderie. This is a series of 3 hour asana-based workshops meant for engaged yoga practitioners looking to expand their asana practice in a supportive group setting. Come ready to work hard, build your endurance, have a ton of fun, and most importantly, engage at the level that's right for you. In this way you'll expand your capacity without injury or exhaustion. 

These workshops are designed for those with a solid understanding of yoga practice and a sincere desire to learn more. They are not the right fit for those working with major injuries. 

Sign up online for one or a package of 3. $60/3 Sessions, pre-registered. $25 drop-in. No one turned away for lack of funds. Contact Molly (info@mollykitchen.com) with any questions.

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Spring Equinox Restorative Yoga: Move into the Light
Mar
10
5:30pm 5:30pm

Spring Equinox Restorative Yoga: Move into the Light

Join DeDe Boyd and Barbara Polowy for a gentle cleansing and energizing restorative yoga class to welcome the spring. Our practice will help you release the heaviness and dullness of winter, stimulating and balancing both the body and mind. The class is accessible to students of all levels and abilities with two teachers to assist you in finding the perfect, full supported expression of each pose. SIGN UP ONLINE

We appreciate your cooperation in refraining from wearing perfume or other scented products at the studio!

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Yoga for Back Health
Mar
6
4:00pm 4:00pm

Yoga for Back Health

Taught by Anna Meyer, this 4 week series will strengthen, support and educate you about back health. Learn how to use your own body as a tool for pain relief, freedom in movement and self affirmation.

This class will explore specific poses that support spinal mobility and back strength. Through guided meditation and breathing exercise, we will learn to channel personal intention and self-actualizing power.

Runs March 6 - 27th. $55 for the 4-week series or $15 drop-in for each class. SIGN UP ONLINE.

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Yoga for Musicians and Music Lovers
Mar
5
5:00pm 5:00pm

Yoga for Musicians and Music Lovers

5 week series:  March 5, 12, 26 April 2, 9

A practice designed with guitar players, drummers, horn players, singers, pianists, etc. in mind, including:
Hand, arm, wrist, and shoulder work
Breathing techniques to improve vocals
Meditation/breathwork for performance anxiety
Deepening your connection to your body and your creativity

Featured albums: Joanna Newsom Divers

Cost is sliding scale to make yoga accessible for everyone: $10-15 drop-in; $50-65 for all 5 classes. SIGN UP ONLINE

Lynn Simonds is a 200 hour trained Yoga instructor, has been playing guitar for 17 years, and singing as long as she can remember.

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Asana Lab Playshop: Pranayama Emphasis
Mar
4
1:00pm 1:00pm

Asana Lab Playshop: Pranayama Emphasis

An opportunity to deepen your practice, gain postural knowledge, and build community and camaraderie. This is a series of 3 hour asana-based workshops meant for engaged yoga practitioners looking to expand their asana practice in a supportive group setting. Come ready to work hard, build your endurance, have a ton of fun, and most importantly, engage at the level that's right for you. In this way you'll expand your capacity without injury or exhaustion. 

These workshops are designed for those with a solid understanding of yoga practice and a sincere desire to learn more. They are not the right fit for those working with major injuries. 

Sign up online for one or a package of 3. $60/3 Sessions, pre-registered. $25 drop-in. No one turned away for lack of funds. Contact Molly (info@mollykitchen.com) with any questions.

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