An evening demonstration and information session about the Whitten Method, designed to treat the body, mind and spirit.More Info
With Kamala Fleck
During a Soul Breathe experience Kamala will gently guide you over the course of an hour in a safe and gentle breathing technique, which releases stress from the body and increases your energy.More Info
With Eddie and Suzanne
A 3 hour workshop that focuses on stretching, meditation, and psycho-spiritual inquiry.More Info
with Matt Pesendian
Shadow Yoga is a system that uses 3 standing prelude forms, rhythmic breathing, bone breathing, bandhas, and the system of marma (trigger points) to free the body of its physical, energetic and mental/emotional blockages.More Info
A Vinyasa flow practice, that focuses on the core principles of yoga while maintaining a fun and supportive environment.More Info
A blend of ancient tradition with modern therapeutic variations that inspire people to find their own inner alignment through balancing the principles that create stability and ease in one’s own body and one’s life.
Get Real is a 10-week series exclusively for ages 13-17. We will leave the drama at the door and create a space to move your body, relax your mind, and be your silly self!More Info
12pm all levels
12:15pm level 2/3
with Jen Green
at 8:30 AM
with Nick Ware and Patrick Gregtston The stretch of a muscle depends on its ability to shorten, not only lengthen. The Resistance Flexibility stretches are fun and dynamic, and can take all aspects of a yoga practice and the practitioner to their full potential.More Info
with Rabbi Alyson Solomon
A one hour yoga flow attuned to Shabbat and Springtime
After our gentle flow of movement, chant and Torah on the mat we will say the Shabbat blessings and share a veggie potluck
with Kaita & Justine
Connect with your body in a way that enables you to efficiently flow through a series of exercises with precision and harmony.
with Jo Cobbett
Join the dance exploring the rich terrain of these rhythms and our relationship to self & other. Meeting each presenced moment in movement and exploring the maps of Gabrielle Roth.