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Thai Yoga Bodywork Workshop with Crystal Hetrick
Saturday, Sept 12 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
This workshop is a gentle and restorative yoga practice combined with the healing modalities of massage, intuitive bodywork, and Thai massage, in order to expand and deepen one’s connection to the body, mind, and spirit. The asanas are held for longer periods of time, while adjustments and bodywork are integrated into the practice to encourage discovery and awareness for one’s health, healing, and well-being.
Meditative Yoga with Trish Parker
Monday, Sept. 21 3:30-4:45pm
The focus of this class is to drop beneath the surface of our daily tension into the peace and stillness within us. Using slow stretches, gentle yoga postures and fluid movements in concert with the breath, we promote a balanced state of mental and physical well-being. Without stress or strain, we tone and rejuvenate the muscular and nervous systems, activate and energize the chakras, massage the glands and organs and purify the mind and body. Note: Students are lying on the floor for the majority of the class.
• Class designed for newcomers, current and returning participants
• All levels welcomed ages 13 and up
• Introduction of the basic poses, use of props, yoga flow, yin yoga, restorative yoga, meditation & more
• Learn safe alignment techniques with applicable instructions
• Receive knowledge, know-how and personal attention to adapting any pose to meet your current practice
• Open Q&A opportunities
• Connect with a supportive yoga group Class will be guided based on each participant’s yoga level and experience.6-week series: $60 or $72 after Sunday, September 20
Single class rate $15 (or may use pre-paid class package on file)
Class limited to 15 participants ages 13 and up
Alexander Technique with Heather Snyder
The Holy Science of Yoga Workshop with Crystal Hetrick
“Yoga is the science of Self-Realization. The asanas (postures) found within the yoga system are a small, yet powerful component for the practitioner, but they are just that – a small component within the vast science.” – Chandra Om
This workshop is an introductory discussion on the Science of Yoga. We will briefly cover the 8 Limbs (Patanjali’s Eightfold Path) as well as the 9 Forms and Branches of Yoga (i.e., Hatha, Raja, Kriya, Bhakti, etc.).
The foundation of yoga according to the yogis and yoginis are the Yamas and Niyamas, the moral and ethical guidelines of yoga. The emphasis in this workshop will be on the Yamas and Niyamas and include a pranayama (breath-control), and meditation practice.
“The Yogi counters the lower actions with higher actions. This is Yama.” – Chandra Om
Through the practice and observance of the Yamas and Niyamas, the mind begins to settle, which leads to meditation, and ultimately spiritual bliss!
This workshop is beneficial to beginners and experienced practitioners alike.
Workshop price: $25 each session