Begin 2016 with Mindfulness and Meditation Vinyasa
Jan
1
10:00am10:00am

Begin 2016 with Mindfulness and Meditation Vinyasa

THIS CLASS IS AVAILABLE ON THE SCHEDULE PAGE, PLEASE SIGN UP THERE. 

CLASS CARDS MAY BE USED FOR THIS EVENT ONLY.

 

Join us for our first yoga practice of the new year inspired by a blend of yoga and mindfulness.

This class will begin with a mindful meditation and goal setting with a vinyasa practice focused on twisting, designed to detox and cleanse the body. This class is a time to reflect, and set intention for the new year. We will close our practice with a long relaxation accompanied by a guided meditation.

Please bring a mat, towel, water, journal and pen

Tea will be served.

 

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Celebrating the Winter Solstice Through Stillness with Yin & Yoga Nidra
Dec
18
6:00pm 6:00pm

Celebrating the Winter Solstice Through Stillness with Yin & Yoga Nidra

Come join us in celebrating Winter Solstice and thecosmic shift from dark to light. Yin Yoga is a great compliment to a vinyasa practice or any vigorous exercise routine. Yin yoga targets deep within the muscle, along with the body's energy and meridians. This type of practice compliments the more Yang (muscular) types of practice
Our practice will include long held, passive floor postures to open up the tissue and fascia around the hips, lower back and knees.

The teacher will then lead the students in the practice of yoga nidra, or "yogic sleep", which is a technique in which one leaves the waking state, moves past the dreaming state, and enters into the deep sleep state, while remaining fully awake. This practice is beneficial for releasing stress and experiencing joy.

(Solstice, December 22 – shortest day of the year)

 In the yoga tradition spiritual preparation for winter begins with a slow deep movement inward. These two practices together are the perfect vehicle for welcoming the Winter Solstice, and beginning the journey.The heart of Yin Yoga is stillness of mind and body, using long-held floor poses to achieve tranquility. The practice encourages exploration of our inner landscape, and the contemplative teachings of Mindfulness and meditation.

Yoga Nidra is both a science and an art form which nurtures, heals, and calms. The practice offers the gift of time, as you make your way into a state of sweet and safe surrender where you can connect with your Self on a profound level. And all you have to do is lie comfortably, and allow yourself to be tended, and cared for.

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Holiday Open House & Holiday Live Acoustic Music Yoga Class - All Levels
Dec
5
1:00pm 1:00pm

Holiday Open House & Holiday Live Acoustic Music Yoga Class - All Levels

Join us this Saturday from 4-6 pm for a delightful afternoon practice. Christopher Farias will be singing and playing guitar to a blend of songs from bands like The Beatles & of course Holiday Music, and a special guest to close the practice with a guided meditation.

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the St. Bernadette's Soup Kitchen.
$20 Donation. We will also be accepting unwrapped toys & coats.
Everyone Welcome.

Tanya will be offering Free 15 min Thai Massage from 1:00 - 3:00pm. Call the studio to reserve a time. (508) 676-5511.

Gift Certificate Special ~ only available from 1:00 - 4:00 pm & after class until 6:30pm:
Purchase a 10 Class Card Gift Certificate & Get 2 Classes Free for you or to give as a gift.

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 Thanksgiving All Levels Charity Class
Nov
26
9:00am 9:00am

Thanksgiving All Levels Charity Class

Join us for an All Levels Vinyasa Class this Thanksgiving to benefit one of the area's soup kitchen.

Class cards and memberships cannot be used to attend this class. Suggested Donation $15.

ONLY cash will be accepted at the studio as the donation. NO Credit Cards OR Class Cards will be accepted for this class.

 

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Welcoming Winter with Slow Flow & Restorative Yoga
Nov
22
5:00pm 5:00pm

Welcoming Winter with Slow Flow & Restorative Yoga

A perfect fusion of practices to prepare us for winter: slowing down and moving inward. Slow Flow Yoga focuses on the magical rhythm of the breath, cultivating a harmonious synchronization of movement with the flow of breath. Moving through a creative sequence of asana (poses) we connect with the breath as the transforming element in the practice. The pace is slower and more contemplative. Each pose is held for several breaths, trusting to the body’s intuition to signal the need for transition to the next. The breath of yoga influences the slower flow, allowing for a deep connection to our inner world.From Slow Flow to Restorative we draw ever more deeply inward, taking the time to feel and observe, with Mindfulness, the transformation within. All Restorative poses are practiced on the floor, fully supported with cushions, blankets and bolsters. The key to full release of tension is surrender to the pose.

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