Our October Newsletter is here - click here to check out all of our special programs!
Do you ever feel like you were somebody else in a past lifetime? Or have you ever experienced deja vu, or even visited a place for the first time, but felt at home? Travel beyond time and space and retrieve aspects of your souls, and even skills you have lost in former lives in this amazing experience.
Awakening to Peace Through Mindfulness Meditation with Hugh on October 8
Mindfulness allows us to see more clearly our patterns and habits of holding and resistance, and to accept more fully the pleasure and pain, fear and joy, sadness and happiness that occur in life. Hugh is a DC gem -please join us in welcoming him back!
The Hypermobile Yogi Workshop with Clare on October 15
People with hypermobility are generally over-represented in the yoga world. Learn how to practice in a safe, effective way that supports the body and the nervous system. Perfect for teachers & hypermobile students alike!
Building Blocks to Balance with Mimi on October 15
Teachers & students alike. Tighten up your tool belt & prepare to explore a stability and balance. Work with standing postures and a uniquely stylized approach to peak posture, prop exercises, wall work, relevant meditation, and key anatomy review.
The Core of Yoga Workshop Series with Clare begins October 16
In this practice-focused progressive four-week series, we’ll break down poses and movement patterns to their core, uncovering our body’s blind spots. You’ll be humbled and amazed as you learn new ways of relating to how your body moves.
New mama? Looking for a peaceful place to relax, rejuvenate, strengthen & safely reengage with your body, & connect with your child and other new mamas? This class is for you
Yoga Studies Programs with Cory Bryant starting October 21
Cory will lead the first session in his Yoga Studies program: "What is Yoga Anyway?!", a study of the traditions of yoga. Perfect for folks that want to deepen their practice by learning more about the history and philosophy that supports it.