EXPERIENCING YOGA NIDRA: DEEP REST 3:30pm-5:00pm: Do you find yourself living in a life where you are constantly in 'Go' mode? A life that is not well balanced with deep rest for overall health? We get it! We can't take your busyness away, but we can bring you the...
Sunday, November 19th
PARTNER YOGA Discover the joy of learning to work with another to find support and connection between mind breath, and partner in this partner yoga workshop. Come to this practice with an open mind and open heart and learn to create and nurture trust through laughter,...
Saturday, December 9th
GETTIN' DEEP PART 4 Gettin’ Deep Part 4 (not necessary to take previous Gettin’ Deep classes to attend part 4) Deepening your practice could mean many things to many people. In this workshop class, deepening your practice does not mean that you will push hard to the...
Saturday, December 9th
Yoga Instructor Continued Education: Seeing Bodies Part 3 CONTINUE EDUCATION FOR YOGA TEACHERS AND TEACHERS IN TRAINING Would you like to deepen your understanding of safe alignment and learn effective verbal cues? If so, join me for SEEING BODIES Part 3. As teachers...
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Just as the sun has been heating people here on earth for thousands of years, our products radiate sun-like warmth to indoor or outdoor spaces, floors, and furniture, rather than heating the air.
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