Just making sure you all got the memo about the new times for Sunday afternoon classes. 😉
Please note: This event is now full.
The shift from the winter to spring is a big one for us. We’ve been hibernating within our bodies through the colder, darker months and now we’re expected to spring forth and blossom into a totally new season. It’s a time of new growth and exposure. In Chinese Medicine theory, we are moving from the water season of the kidney to the wood season of the liver.
Friday, March 20 is the Spring Equinox. Kate Smith will guide a 2-hour yin yoga class incorporating essential oils to foster and celebrate this transformative time.
This class is an aspect of our Yin & Yang Yoga Teacher Training that we are opening up to the community. Space is limited to only 15 students outside of the YYYTT.
Our next upcoming Yoga Hive event:
Kate Smith will lead a lecture/slide show on the vertebral column. Do you have back pain (even occasionally) and are you curious what exactly is going on back there? The best way to encourage the healing process is to understand your spine. Curves of the spine, the spinal cord, vertebra, discs, spinal ligaments, fascia, muscles, the pelvis. What are the chakras and how do they relate to the spine? What does fear have to do with back pain? How can the health of our kidney chi affect our low back? We’ll talk you through it all. We promise you will walk away from this lecture inspired and knowledgable about how to take care of your spine (you only get one in this lifetime) and also better prepared mentally and emotionally for the task of keeping your spine healthy.
The Yoga Hive is an aspect of our Gaea Yoga School (teacher training) open to the public and FREE OF CHARGE. Join us Tuesday, March 10 – 7:30-9:30 pm. To sign up, please visit our Schedule page and click the SIGN UP button on the date of the Yoga Hive that you wish to attend. Space is limited. Cheers, y’all.
We now have 4 Community Flow classes on the schedule. These classes have a $5 drop-in fee and incorporate Dragon Flow. In Dragon Flow, we focus less on alignment and cue your body to move the way it wants to move. A “yang” class to strengthen the muscles, get the heart rate up, improve your balance, move the blood, and stimulate the lymphatic system.
We’re getting a lot of nice feedback about the Dragon Flow. The practice was taught to us by our teachers Paul & Suzee Grilley and it’s a practice Legare and Kate do all the time at home in their backyard studio. So we’ve decided to bring it into classes at the studio.