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Somatic Movement and Meditation

Thursdays, 7:15-8:30pm with Suniti Dernovsek

This class is fluid, exploratory movement and meditation class. Expect fluid rolling, pouring, sliding, and gliding movements based in a developmental somatic approach to healthy movement. The breath is always a focus of this class as the underlying impetus to movement and stillness, as well as interoceptive meditations on the physical and energetic bodily structures and systems.  We will move both off and on the yoga mat in a way that supports and enhances your yoga asana practice, nervous system and daily life functions. We will also explore extended opportunities for meditation, guided by Suniti Dernovsek and her decades-long Buddhist meditation practice and training. Open to everyone at any level of practice or interest.


Functional Strength

Mondays 10-11:15am with Monicka, Thursdays 4-5pm (just $8!) with Britt and Fridays Noon-1pm with Monica F.

This specialized class is an excellent companion to your yoga practice, focusing on cultivating strength, balance, and coordination while increasing movement awareness and efficiency. Through the use of body weight resistance, stretchy bands, sandbags, blocks/chairs and creative isolated actions, we will work smarter to ensure that everyone can benefit. Often includes some time on the therapy balls and some myofascial self-massage. A pleasantly challenging yet grounding class, it supports your yoga practice, daily life functionality and general mobility and health. All are welcome, no experience necessary. Get stronger, learn to move smarter!



Yoga and Core Stability

Tuesdays 12-1:15pm with Shana

This specialized class will focus on bringing awareness and strength during movement; you'll teach your body (and specifically your core) to be reflexive, responsive, supportive, functional and strong so that you will have increased capacity, decreased pain, and more stability in your everyday life.  This class is ideal for those that need support in their lower back, pelvis and sacrum due to pain and instability. It is also ideal for those that need help rebuilding strength in their core and pelvic floor, such as after the birth of a child, in cases of prolapse syndromes, and in diastasis recti. We will play with how the core is the center of your whole body, and how it is all connected. All levels and gender identities welcomed.


Aging/Accessible Yoga

Tuesdays and Thursdays from 2-3:15pm with Ruth and Michael

Is your natural aging process a little less graceful than you might like? Are you concerned about bone density, aches and pains, losing your balance and flexibility, or coping with the changes that come with gaining wisdom and age? Are you newer to physical movement, worn out, stressed out, afraid of not aging well, or unsure how to proceed in the body you currently inhabit? Are you feeling ready to integrate your amazing life experiences with mindfulness and acuity in good company? Are you recovering from an illness or injury, or are you someone that uses a mobility device?

Here is a yoga class designed for people that think perhaps a yoga class is not for them. Taught by mature teachers and surrounded by people your own age and also with similar concerns and issues, you will be gently guided toward greater mobility, self-care, independence, and wisdom in the safest of environments. Using a variety of tools and props to support movement, you will move with care and recognition of the body you have, enabling your own growth consciously in the midst of the aging and/or recovery process. Denying aging isn't good for anyone; embracing these changes together and learning how to confidently live and move with grace, awareness and ease will help you. This class, the teachers and this space are equipped to assist folks that utilize mobility devices.


Restorative Yoga

Mondays at 7pm with Danielle

These candlelit evening classes are wise medicine for the soul--a slow and mindful remembering of the body and its connection to the mind and heart. We explore the quieter, more restful aspects of yoga by integrating supported and reclining poses and a lot of attention to moving slowly, gently, and letting the body and the spirit fully and deeply rest. Throughout the practice, you are skillfully and compassionately guided toward greater self-acceptance and awareness as you enter a meditative state. You may also explore meditation, pranayama, singing bowl accompaniment, and other forms of dynamic stillness and somatic therapy in these vital, medicinal classes designed to reset the over-stressed nervous system.