THE FALL SEASON...
...features a lineup of transformative classes, trainings, workshops, films, and other events! Come to a class whenever you like - just check out the schedules for this week and next week. Then, drop in on a class anytime - preregistration recommended for most workshops!
This Week - preregistration recommended* or required** for starred workshops
Release Into RESTORATIVE YOGA* with Karen Barbarisi and Keith Herndon
Saturday, November 17, 2-4pm ~ Join Karen Barbarisi and Keith Herndon for an experience of Restorative Yoga - a therapeutic system that uses the comfortable support of cushions & blankets to nurture the body in various gentle, long-held resting postures. Restorative Yoga allows the nervous system to quiet and return to a balanced state, quieting the mind. At the same time the body gently stretches and opens, releasing even chronic patterns of tension. $35 or class card x 2 + $5 at the door; $28 if registered by November 14th via email with Karen or Keith
Live Music! KIRTAN with Shubalananda & Friends
Saturday, November 17, 7:30pm ~ Created by ancient Indian rishis from Vedic mantras, kirtan is a yoga of sound - an evening of beautiful music and heartfelt call-and-response singing. No previous experience is necessary to experience its emotional depth, yet powerful as it is, kirtan is effortless and incredibly enjoyable. Free ~ please make a donation!
DHARMA TALK & MEDITATION with Lama Tsering Ngodup
Sunday, November 18, 10:15am-12:15pm ~ You’re invited to receive Buddhist teachings (dharma), practice meditation, and experience the relevance and benefits of Buddhist philosophy and meditation in daily life. All are welcome to this free biweekly event ~ donations gratefully accepted
CONTINUUM: Moving Inquiry* with Megan Bathory-Peeler
Sunday, November 18, 1:45-4:45pm ~ Continuum is an awareness practice in movement and sound that facilitates explorations into embodiment, health, creativity and universal connections. Unfolding as moving mindfulness, Continuum consistently brings one into the present moment through simple awareness of audible breath and wave motion. By being present to what is in the moment, one can make more informed choices for action that are more symbiotic, less effortful, and also maintain a focus on connection rather than fear or isolation. For more info & registration, please email Megan
GRATITUDE: Free Thanksgiving Vinyasa Yoga with Barbara Freedman
Thursday, November 22, 9:30-11am ~ Imbibe the spirit of Thanksgiving with an uplifting yoga vinyasa offered freely by Barbara Freedman. Join us before the party starts, or come with family and friends to share a stretch, let go of tension, and cultivate the ease and joy of well-being. All are welcome to take part in this gentle yet energizing slow yoga flow, culminating in the tranquility of meditation, breath awareness, and lovingkindness. Share a healthy, happy day! Free & open to all on a first come basis
SHAMANIC DANCE JOURNEY**
The Art of Inner Truth with Margaux Skalecki
Saturday, November 24, 2:30-5:30pm ~ Shamans and lay people alike have used dance and journeying as a way of healing, insight, letting go, connection, grace, purpose and clarity. In this experiential workshop, we'll dance and journey along maps of inner vision, moving closer to our heart and our truth, and also meet an ally who is one of our protectors and medicine guides who walk with us on this earth plane. $33, preregistration required ~ please visit Margauxskalecki.com and click on PayPal, or contact Margaux there with any questions ~ work study spaces available
New Monthly Class! COMMUNITY KUNDALINI YOGA with Laura Stevens
Saturday, November 25, 2-3:15pm ~ Kundalini Yoga combines asanas or physical postures with breath work and mantra. All are welcome to this new monthly offering, which strives to create an inclusive community that is a safe space for LGBTQ folks and people of all diverse backgrounds. Beginners and experienced yoga practitioners welcome. 22% of proceeds will go to an organization that supports social and environmental justice ~ this month to the American Indian College Fund. $10 suggested donation at door