Live ONLINE Classes

ALL Scheduled Classes are LIVE ONLINE via ZOOM

So how are we going to do this and what do you need to know? Let’s get right down to it. You need your practice now more than ever and we want and need you to stay committed to your practice and to your yoga community. Here are things you need to know:

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Flattening the Curve: Classes Go LIVE ONLINE

Wow, things are moving quickly in our country, around the world, in our community and in the yoga community. These are the times when we must dip in to the depths of our practice and act with intention. Our country and the globe is in a crises and we are all being asked to do what we can to Flatten the Curve. Today I have made the decision to take that action.
 
In a time when we need one another most, what we must do is limit contact in order to protect one another and our most vulnerable population and lessen the spread of COVID-19. Fortunately, we live in a time where we can connect on the phone, on social media and online in order to pull together and support one another.
 
After watching this situation closely and taking advice from experts at at the CDC, WHO, as well as Yoga Alliance, all classes will move to ONLINE LIVE STREAMING ONLY beginning Wednesday at 8:30 am.
 
As a result of the efforts of Tula Software, our studio software, you will be able to practice with your teacher from wherever you are, easily and simply through the View Broadcast links on the Studio Schedule website page. This will allow your teacher to see who is participating in the class and to teach to you, their student, just as they always do. You will also be able to communicate with the teacher before and after the class and talk with other students before and after the class.
 
The View Broadcast link will appear on the Schedule for classes in which you are registered WHEN you are LOGGED IN to your Student Account.

The Art and Gift of Touch

“It is an absolute human certainty that no one can know his own beauty or perceive a sense of his own worth until it has been reflected back to him in the mirror of another loving, caring human being.”
― John Joseph Powell

Join us for an afternoon of learning the art of touch. This couples/partner massage class is based on simple, easy-to-learn Swedish and Thai massage techniques and is designed to help you and your partner share the nurturing, relaxing, therapeutic benefits of massage with each other. There will be time for each partner to receive a full hour of relaxing treatment!

This 3-hour guided partner class is intended for friends and couples interested in cultivating compassion and a deeper sense of connection in their relationships. Journey into a delightful exploration of touch, using assisted stretches and massage techniques, guided by Rebecca Peters. This class is appropriate for couples, or friends.
 
Join us for a delightful afternoon and practice the art of giving and receiving touch.  This workshop meets February 15 1:30-4:30. Learn more and sign up here
 

Why I Love Yoga Nidra

I love magic and mystery and Yoga Nidra is magical and mysterious.

I love juxtapositions and Yoga Nidra invites us to see opposites working together.

I love feeling grounded in the body but yet expansive and Yoga Nidra creates both.

I love the process of self-discovery and increased self-awareness and Yoga Nidra fosters these.

I love new experiences that can be challenging but are so worth it and Yoga Nidra does that.

I love feeling more solid in myself yet connected with all that it and that’s what Yoga Nidra does for me.

New Year, New Mind

As we move into the new year, the new decade, each of us has the opportunity to wipe away the old and intentionally step forward into the new. Meditation practice offers the same benefit, the opportunity to step out of the conditioned patterns of the mind and step into a new space of being, a new relationship with the moment.
 
Meditation practice is central to the practices of yoga and, in fact, IS the point of the practice itself, creating space between the thoughts. Put simply, meditation is a practice in which we train our minds to maintain a steady focus in order to strengthen our attention, deepen our awareness, and cultivate happiness, well-being, and stable peace of mind.
 
We are fortunate to have a teacher with the skill and knowledge of meditation practices that Lynn Rossy brings to the studio. If you desire to begin or cultivate a deeper practice of meditation I invite you to join her for Intro to Meditation on Tuesdays in January. Learn more and register below:
 
 
May we all find inner peace and joy in the coming year. ~ Susan