workshops & Events
slowing down with sound
with Elyse & Kenny
May 24 * 7:30-9:00pm
Cost: $40 Early bird/ $50 day of
Slow Flow yoga taught by Elyse designed to calm the mind with mindful breath and movement. After we spend some time flowing, we will rest in a few restorative postures supported by props, then move into an extended Savasana and gong bath led by Kenny Kolter. Gong meditations, a type of sound therapy, have been around for thousands of years as a way of healing. It is said that this particular therapy aids in stress reduction, breaking up emotional blockages within each person that practices this technique.
dive into Yin
with Christin Garrison
6/1 ~ 1:30 - 3:30pm
Yin Yoga is a practice of slowing down. We take our time getting into, staying with & getting out of each posture. Giving us time to listen to our intuition, practice streamlining thoughts & strengthen body awareness. Yin tissues are joints, ligaments, bones & synovial fluids, these places need yin attention to change deep rooted patterns of holding on and create anti-fragility. This workshop will cover Yin history, purpose & modifications to create a practice that meets you where your body is today. Teachers receive 2 CEU’s approved by YA.
summer solstice glowga
with Elyse sullivan
June 21 * 7:30 - 9:00 pm
Cost: $20 early bird / $25 day of
Celebrate the Summer Solstice with Glowga! Elyse will teach a fun yoga class set to upbeat music in a darkened yoga studio only lit by blacklights. Glowsticks and glow paint will be provided. Wear white or neon and arrive around 7:00 pm to paint your body with glowpaint!
with Lauren wessinger
May 27 * 12-2pm
cost: $40 Early bird/ $45 day of
Join Lauren Wessinger for a two hour practice on Memorial Day from 12-2p. There will be movement and rest, breath and meditation, and sacred study. Stay after to learn about using essential oils for meditation from 2-2:30p.
soothing the psoas
with Tiffany denny
june 30 * 11:30-1:30p
Do you have issues with your low back, sacroiliac joint, hips, or gut, identify as having “tight hip flexors,” or have you been told your psoas is irritated or injured?
Are you a yoga practitioner or teacher interested in safe and effective practice?
Do you just want to know what the heck a psoas is and why people keep talking about it?
Then please come to the workshop with Dr. Tiffany Denny where we will really dig into this topic!
We will explore the anatomy of the psoas and related structures both intellectually through visual aid, lecture, and demonstration, as well as practically. Learn how the iliopsoas functions during movement, stretching, strengthening, and core stabilization activities, plus therapeutic techniques to ease irritation and improve the health of this important structure, and tips to practice asana in a way that allows your psoas to function safely and optimally.
*Yoga teachers may earn CEUs for this workshop