Saturday, February 10th from 8:30-9-45am
Sunday, February 11th from 9-10:30am
A perfect combination of hatha, flow and restorative, leading to an overall sense of strength, peace and balance. Suggested $10
Sunday, February 11th from 5-5:30pm
What is yoga?! Yoga means many things to many people; even scholars argue about what yoga entails, where yoga originated, and to which culture yoga belongs. While these arguments sometimes create conflict, I think this malleability is also one of the most fascinating and beautiful aspects of yoga, and perhaps one of the reasons that yoga is still evolving thousands of years later; this cannot be said about very many things! It is the reason why yoga is considered a “living practice”…it is still alive and growing. The Yoga Sutras is one of the texts that defines yoga and provides a blueprint for its practice. The sutras offer a concise yet open-ended framework for yoga, which is an impressive feat considering its fluid nature. As you define yoga for yourself, develop your own practice or teach yoga to others, it is helpful to understand the philosophical and practical roots of this ancient yet evolving practice….please join us as we systematically read and discuss the Yoga Sutras. Continuing education credits available to yoga teachers.
We will have monthly meetings, with different reading assignments in-between; feel free to drop into one or all of the discussions!
with Bryan Jordan & Amanda Webster
Relax and rejuvenate body, mind and spirit! Unwind by observing the tension you are holding and releasing it through gentle asana, pranayama, soothing hands-on adjustments and aromatherapy. Let the tranquil sounds and calming vibrations of the crystal bowls still the senses and relieve the mind to discover the clarity and peace that resides within the deepest part of yourself! Walk-ins welcome! $20
Yoga teachers: earn 50 continuing education credits for this retreat