February 15th • 7:30-9pm
Are you intrigued by some of the chanting you hear in yoga classes? Do ever wonder about the power of your voice?You don’t have to be a trained singer to enjoy mantra andyogic chanting. All you need is an open heart and the voice you have.
It may surprise you to know that chanting is yoga too – a powerful, heart-opening practice that provides tools for deep transformation and relaxation. No special skill is needed.
We’ll begin with some background information and an introduction to kirtan (call-and-response yogic chanting). Next, we’ll create a safe environment where all voices are heard together. Then we’ll chant supported by guitar and harmonium and observe silence between the chants. Finally, we’ll close with the sacred sound of OM. Clean your mind. Soften your heart. Uplift your Spirit.
About Beth: Beth is a yoga teacher, kirtan chanter and singer-songwriter who believes that our voices are powerful gifts of transformation. Beth has been exploring mantra since 2003 and has sung harmony at multiple music festivals and kirtan concerts. She has a local kirtan band called Vandanam which means “an offering of prayer.” She and her bandmate, George Shumway, enjoy singing and playing the sacred mantras to inspire, transform, liberate and connect. Beth’s singer-songwriter album will be released in Spring or early Summer of this year.
This offering is open to shower singers and rockstars alike!
Tickets are $10 in advance and at the door.
A Yoga Benefit Event for Pride in the CLE
February 22nd • 7-8:30pm
Join Rose for a pre-Oscar Friday night yoga class / tribute party to celebrate the amazing talent of Freddie Mercury. Freddie’s music is a pathway to the Soul. If you are passionate about yoga and great music, this is the class for you! Come dressed in your British best or 80’s yoga attire and help us celebrate Diversity. Your CASH donation of just $10 gets you in and all proceeds will go towards Pride int he CLE, 2019. Refreshments will be served afterwards.
February 24th • 2-4pm
with Carrie Brindza
What are the charkas and what do they have to do with feeling out of balance, burnt out and lost?Pretty much EVERYTHING!
Chakras are our energy centers. The word “chakra” literally means “wheel” or “circle”- referencing the “wheel of life”. There are seven main energy centers (chakras) in the subtle body, each with their ownvibration and meaning.
During the first half of the workshop, Carrie will introduce and breakdown each chakra; giving you a clear understanding of what each is responsible for. Then you will be guided through a gentle yoga flow aimed at unblocking each energy center.
Cost: $30. To register, sign up via KarmaSoft.
A Yogi & Food Lover's Tour of Tuscany
October 11-19, 2019
with Rose and Italian Tours & Travel by Diana
This magnificent yoga retreat will take place in the picturesque Italian countryside, along the border of Tuscany. A beautifully restored villa awaits your arrival complete with breathtaking views of majestic rolling hills. You’ll enjoy a taste of La Dolce Vita (the sweet life!) as Rose and Italian Tours & Travel by Diana spoil you with Italian hospitality, delicious cuisine, and fun packed excursions. Guests will enjoy yoga twice a day and our scenic day trips will allow students to explore art, food, history and culture in guided comfort.
Click here for all the details and a complete itinerary.
with Dana Walters
This training is designed for yoga teachers wanting to work with the recovery population. It is also found to be extremely relevant and helpful for therapists, counselors, social workers, probation officers and others with a desire to understand how the ancient philosophies and practices of yoga align with the 12-step program of recovery.
To be a certified Y12SR Leader, you must complete both the Y12SR Leadership Training and Y12SR Intensive, which is now available online. We suggest taking the Online Intensive prior to Leadership Training.
Download the official flyer here.
Click here to register through Y12SR.
Sundays • 7:45 - 9 am (*On hiatus, will return soon.)
with Rose and Connie
Join fellow breast cancer survivors and yoga instructors, Rose Sabin and Connie Morris, as they lead students through a series of gentle, relaxing, restorative movements to help improve muscle tone and flexibility along with special breathing exercises to help increase energy and relieve stress.
Poses and flows will be offered specifically for cancer prevention, recovery and pain as well as lymphedema management. Class is followed by a group sharing discussion circle to encourage comfort and hope. Coffee and herbal teas will be served.
This class is FREE and open to all long-term survivors as well as those currently going through surgeries or treatments. Suggested donation of $5 will benefit a local cancer organization.