Be in Your Element: A Four Week Journey
with Becki Charles — Wednesdays March 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th | 7:15-8:30pm,
This 4 week series would take a deep dive into the elements and our connection to them. We
focus on an element a week: Earth, Water, Fire, and Air/Ether. The yoga class will incorporate
asana, mudras, connection to chakras, and pranayama.
Wednesdays 7:15-8:30pm, Wednesdays March 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th
Create a new practice habit with us this March:
1. Register at reception.
2. Chart your progress on our challenge board and keep us updated on your progress via social media with the hashtags #30daysofOGyoga and #octopusgardenyoga
3. Complete a minimum of 21 classes to receive an Octopus Garden shirt of your choice. All participants will also be entered into a weekly draw for cool prizes.
4. Celebrate the fact that your efforts helped support the work of Sistering while creating lasting changes in your life.
Are you brand new to yoga and seeking the confidence to move into All Levels classes? Do you have lingering questions about foundational poses like Downward Facing Dog, Warrior 1 & 2, and Chaturanga? Or perhaps you are a yoga teacher who aspires to work with beginners? If so, please join YuMee Chung for an in-depth four-week course that explores a different part of the yoga practice each week:
Week 1: Stable Standing Poses
Week 2: Effective Forward Bending
Week 3: Safe Backbends
Week 4: Going with the Flow
This multi week course is designed to give take away tools and techniques for the student to work on in their own practice.
In class we will work with partners and alone to improve spacial awareness and endurance upside-down.
We will cover exercises to start, if you have no handstand, or if you are to trying to improve an existing one.
This 8-week workshop series has been created for individuals living with chronic pain from injury, illness or autoimmune disorder. Together we will explore ways to navigate the physical, mental and emotional pathways that pain moves through the body by experiencing ancient yogic techniques through a modern lens of awareness.
Previous yoga experience is not necessary.
Our studio space is accessible for students of all abilities.
Fun family times return! Family Yoga is coming back for a series of dates over the Fall & Winter
Give your family the opportunity to breathe, mindfully move, and play together! Through partner poses, yoga games, songs, and story-telling, we will explore practice through a playful lens to celebrate family and love! No prior yoga experience necessary, open to all ages, just wear some comfy clothes, and bring your family!
An All Levels pay-what-you-can class, taught by Tracy, where 100% of proceeds are donated to local charities. Organizations are chosen quarterly and announced in our monthly newsletter. Tracy has worked for many years with community organizations as a facilitator, teacher, organizer, and lawyer, locally, nationally, and internationally. She has been on several community boards, and is currently a board member of Sistering, a multi service agency for homeless women and trans people. Nurture body and mind while doing good.