A movin' and groovin' class for the littlest yogis. Children, accompanied by an adult, will be encouraged to try various yoga poses.
Games, literature, songs, music, and art are all used to make this a fun way to move.
This prop-supported class will include a slow and steady flow sequence, pranayama, meditation, and restorative poses to promote relaxation and rest. The instructor will practice along with this all-levels class.
During this morning practice, we will have formal seated practice, moving meditation practice, and a dharma talk.This is a practice for everyone, no experience is necessary and movement will not be asana.
Looking for a great way to get your child moving? Bring them to
yoga for an hour of movement and fun!
In addition to practicing yoga postures, children will be introduced to breathing techniques, mindfulness activities, lively music, vocal sounds, yoga games. Each class concludes with an art or journaling activity based on the themed lesson. This class is fun and physical.
Children should bring a yoga mat and wear clothing that is comfortable. Ages 7-12 years old.
Price: $90 for 6-week session, Drop-in: $18 No Class: April 27th
We are taking it back to Old School Yoga Group Practice! Come grow with us!
This two hour practice will include yoga posture (asana) and
breathwork (pranayama) to prepare you for meditation. The alignment
based flow will build on your basic-intermediate knowledge learned
in other classes to strengthen and grow your practice. Each session
will focus on a body part/alignment action to work toward a peak
pose. We will end with pranayama to prepare your mind for group
Come with a willingness to learn, play, and grow your practice.
$20 and $5 for members
Live your best life: On and off the mat
What does it really mean to be living our best lives? What does it feel like to wake up and live life on purpose?
What would your life look like if you woke up every day feeling empowered and on track with your best self? What would it feel like if you found clarity around who you are here to be?
These questions can sound big and maybe even unattainable from where you're sitting right now, but you CAN achieve this—every bit of it. Let’s begin, shall we?
In this workshop, we are going to start by taking a look at our current state of being to see what’s working in our lives and what’s not. From there we will work to clear some space in our minds and hearts to open ourselves up to new ways of feeling and being. We’ll tap into how we want to feel and set some inspiring goals that will begin to push you forward into a life that lights you up.
We will also look at how big of a role our yoga and meditation practice plays on how we show up in the world. Together we will discuss, connect, breathe and move. You will leave feeling inspired and motivated to start making some lasting changes.
You deserve to live a life of happiness and abundance. It’s in your hands and it’s waiting for you. We hope you’ll join us.
April 14th, 2pm
Early Bird Registration by 3/30: $25
$30 after 3/30
Keri, a Saint Louis based yogi, teacher and life coach found her yoga practice in 2007. In the beginning yoga was simply an outlet for stress and a much needed change from her fast-paced career and lifestyle. It wasn’t long until she realized that the practice was moving off of her mat and starting to transform her life. Keri became clear that yoga had become her calling, her dharma. In 2012 she took the plunge from corporate America to full time yogi and devoted all of her time to studying, practicing and teaching. Keri is a 500-hr RYT specializing yoga therapy, psychology, and neuroscience.
Her classes are spiritual in nature and are designed to have a strong emphasis on the mind, body and breath connection. Keri’s classes are challenging, heartfelt, fun and allow for greater physical and spiritual development. You will breathe, stretch, strengthen, explore, let-go and tap into that divine light that lies within.
Before books, stories were told and passed down through the oral tradition. Much of the history of yoga comes to us through stories passed down through the generations.
Come spend an evening with Roxie, exploring stories of Shiva in the way she has learned from her teacher and philosopher, Douglas Brooks.
No experience necessary, just an open mind and heart and maybe a sense of wonderment too.
May 4th, 7-9pm