Workshops & Events


Acro Yoga Workshop

with Amanda & Eric Quintanilla

September 28 from 12:00 - 1:30 pm

Cost: $30/person or $50/couple


Join Amanda and Eric Quintanilla in this beginner workshop to build strength, communication, and trust.

Each class will begin with a yoga flow that will prepare your body for what we will be doing in the air and your mind for working with a partner. This is followed by strength and trust building exercises that will test and strengthen your communication skills with your classmates. Finally, we will take our practice to the air in AcroYoga and use these newfound skills. We will team up in groups to ensure a safe environment in the air.

Let your inhibitions go and take flight with us.

*no partner necessary to attend 

The Practice : ancient wisdom for a modern world

with Lauren Wessinger

a 4 week series: 10 - 11:30 am

september 20 & 25

Cost: $30 drop-in 


The Practice brings you four full yoga classes, all contemplative in nature. With good clean geometry in postures and with intentional breathing, develop your capacity to move through everything presented to you in life with more resilience and grace. From strength to rest, breath to philosophy, and of course always meditation, expect to leave each practice with an inward connection and  a quiet strength in the world.

Carlos Y Beau: A Yoga Experience

October 4 * 7:15-8:30pm

Cost: $30 per person or $25 per person if you come with a friend


Do you enjoy live music AND practicing Yoga? Join Carlos Y Beau as they take you on an interactive music & Yoga journey where your energy and participation help guide the experience. This yoga practice will be led by Beau Jennings who will take you through a Vinyasa Flow practice to the music of Carlos Ramos who is a classically trained guitarist from Costa Rica. He plays latin inspired world music. Together they will guide you through a practice set to a tempo to help you connect with your flow and take you deeper into your practice of both your physical and present state. Carlos is a certified yoga instructor and a very soulful guitarist who loops beats and incorporates other instruments into his teaching for a very pleasant experience. He will play segments of music with his instruments individually, then loop them together to create the sound of a full band playing. Beau, a Blue Morpho instructor and long-time friend of Carlos, will be working in unison to deliver an intentional practice incorporating his singing bowls for an unforgettable experience. Come challenge yourself in a gentle way. We hope you all can join us in the musical Yoga event!

Home practice

with Lauren Wessinger

October 6 * 10:30 - 1:30pm

cost: $65 (before Sept 14) or $75 after

limited to 15 students. Sign up early to reserve your spot.


HOME PRACTICE is intended to supplement your favorite group classes at your home studio. Collective collaboration of the group is powerfully healing! And…a personal and particular solo practice tailored just to you is a whole different kind of wonderful. 

Also...if life has taken you in a direction where attending studio class is no longer feasible, HOME PRACTICE will provide you a structure and a framework to continue to practice on your own time and terms.

Or…if you’ve never practiced in a studio and don’t feel pulled to ever, this workshop will support you completely in re-energizing your solo practice!

After a short practice, then discussion and planning time, you’ll leave the workshop with a full home practice consisting of : 

  • sequence(s) with variations and options on length of time and intention

  • a mantra

  • a breath technique

  • a meditation technique

  • essential oils to support your practice

"A self-knowing eventually becomes one’s safe haven. A home practice developed over time is like a softening of fabric which only happens through use; fostering fluency, resiliency and ease. It is only possible alone, where the center expands as one’s outer world temporarily diminishes; so that one is occupying space inside, developing its riches of observation, sentience, creativity, sanctuary and silence.”

Inspired and informed by Abbie Galvan of Katonah Yoga and Rod Stryker of Para Yoga.