THE CALENDAR OF WEEKLY CLASSES, CLINICS AND WORKSHOPS.
Attend as many of all teachers’ appropriate-level weekly classes as you wish on the pass.
Plan to arrive early for popular classes so assure there is room for you! The PASS is $25 or you can drop in for $12. Note also that some Thursday special classes are included and are RSVP with limited space.
Purchase the PASS from your teacher; Laurie. Malkiera, Carole or Brant
I introduce a physically more lively practice including Inversions, backbends, rigorous flow. Mindfulness during practice emphasized.
Note the New Year’s Eve and New Years Day workshops.
Special Drop in Class Sunday Nia ~ a fitness/dance/healing movement practice that draws on the martial, dance and meditative arts. It blends inspiring, soulful music with moves that make your body flexible & strong, your mind focused & relaxed. Drop in with Laurie Bass.
To register contact Laurie: email@example.com. Or just drop in! Not part of the All-Class-Holiday-Pass.
Share early New Year’s eve with reverence for what has occured this year, what you’ll offer the year to come, and what is before you right now.
Gentle mindful movement practice, progressive relaxation, contemplative practice, shared stillness, kind conversation and readings as we share the evening of reflecting and moving toward a new year.
7-9pm. $15. With Brant. RSVP
Please RSVP/Preregister so we have enough space for all!
Thanks! — Brant
Begin the year with the tangible experience of blessing the challenges and joys of the year ahead.
A blessing is an offering toward an intention, a benediction, or grace. Poet John O’Donohue offers a wonderful clarity about the nature of blessings in his book, To Bless the Space Between Us. HI lovely interview may be a helpful encouragement for this retreat: The Inner Landscape of Beauty.
Here are a couple of John’s blessings:
- Blessing for a Friend on the Arrival of an Illness
- Beannacht from old Irish meaning benediction or blessing
For this retreat we’ll be invited to our own way of blessing the way forward into 2019.
There will be gentle mindful yoga practice, sitting meditation practice, progressive relaxation practice, kind group exercises, periods of reflection and conversation and more.
Please RSVP so we have enough space for all!
Thanks! — Brant
Nia ~ a fitness/dance/healing movement practice that draws on the martial, dance and meditative arts. It blends inspiring, soulful music with moves that make your body flexible & strong, your mind focused & relaxed.
Contact Laurie at this link to register: HERE