Calendar

THE CALENDAR OF WEEKLY CLASSES, CLINICS AND WORKSHOPS.

Jun
24
Mon
Yin Yoga Mondays with Carole – Summer
Jun 24 @ 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm
The three principles of Yin yoga are: 1) Come into an appropriate depth for your body in each pose; 2) Become still; 3) Hold for a long time. This can mean up to 3-5 minutes per pose. What is important is not what a pose looks like, but what it feels like… we use many props in Yin yoga to support our bodies in releasing into the connective tissues rather than specifically stretching the muscles. Yin yoga is not restorative yoga, in that we are still looking for some stress to the tissues in order to create optimal health. Yin targets mainly the connective tissues of the hips, pelvis and lower spine.
A slower moving class focusing on floor postures.  All levels welcome.
“We don’t use our bodies to get into the pose, we use the pose to get into the body”, according to my teacher, Bernie Clark.
Jul
1
Mon
Yin Yoga Mondays with Carole – Summer
Jul 1 @ 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm
The three principles of Yin yoga are: 1) Come into an appropriate depth for your body in each pose; 2) Become still; 3) Hold for a long time. This can mean up to 3-5 minutes per pose. What is important is not what a pose looks like, but what it feels like… we use many props in Yin yoga to support our bodies in releasing into the connective tissues rather than specifically stretching the muscles. Yin yoga is not restorative yoga, in that we are still looking for some stress to the tissues in order to create optimal health. Yin targets mainly the connective tissues of the hips, pelvis and lower spine.
A slower moving class focusing on floor postures.  All levels welcome.
“We don’t use our bodies to get into the pose, we use the pose to get into the body”, according to my teacher, Bernie Clark.
Jul
8
Mon
Yin Yoga Mondays with Carole – Summer
Jul 8 @ 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm
The three principles of Yin yoga are: 1) Come into an appropriate depth for your body in each pose; 2) Become still; 3) Hold for a long time. This can mean up to 3-5 minutes per pose. What is important is not what a pose looks like, but what it feels like… we use many props in Yin yoga to support our bodies in releasing into the connective tissues rather than specifically stretching the muscles. Yin yoga is not restorative yoga, in that we are still looking for some stress to the tissues in order to create optimal health. Yin targets mainly the connective tissues of the hips, pelvis and lower spine.
A slower moving class focusing on floor postures.  All levels welcome.
“We don’t use our bodies to get into the pose, we use the pose to get into the body”, according to my teacher, Bernie Clark.
Jul
15
Mon
Yin Yoga Mondays with Carole – Summer
Jul 15 @ 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm
The three principles of Yin yoga are: 1) Come into an appropriate depth for your body in each pose; 2) Become still; 3) Hold for a long time. This can mean up to 3-5 minutes per pose. What is important is not what a pose looks like, but what it feels like… we use many props in Yin yoga to support our bodies in releasing into the connective tissues rather than specifically stretching the muscles. Yin yoga is not restorative yoga, in that we are still looking for some stress to the tissues in order to create optimal health. Yin targets mainly the connective tissues of the hips, pelvis and lower spine.
A slower moving class focusing on floor postures.  All levels welcome.
“We don’t use our bodies to get into the pose, we use the pose to get into the body”, according to my teacher, Bernie Clark.
Jul
22
Mon
Yin Yoga Mondays with Carole – Summer
Jul 22 @ 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm
The three principles of Yin yoga are: 1) Come into an appropriate depth for your body in each pose; 2) Become still; 3) Hold for a long time. This can mean up to 3-5 minutes per pose. What is important is not what a pose looks like, but what it feels like… we use many props in Yin yoga to support our bodies in releasing into the connective tissues rather than specifically stretching the muscles. Yin yoga is not restorative yoga, in that we are still looking for some stress to the tissues in order to create optimal health. Yin targets mainly the connective tissues of the hips, pelvis and lower spine.
A slower moving class focusing on floor postures.  All levels welcome.
“We don’t use our bodies to get into the pose, we use the pose to get into the body”, according to my teacher, Bernie Clark.
Jul
29
Mon
Yin Yoga Mondays with Carole – Summer
Jul 29 @ 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm
The three principles of Yin yoga are: 1) Come into an appropriate depth for your body in each pose; 2) Become still; 3) Hold for a long time. This can mean up to 3-5 minutes per pose. What is important is not what a pose looks like, but what it feels like… we use many props in Yin yoga to support our bodies in releasing into the connective tissues rather than specifically stretching the muscles. Yin yoga is not restorative yoga, in that we are still looking for some stress to the tissues in order to create optimal health. Yin targets mainly the connective tissues of the hips, pelvis and lower spine.
A slower moving class focusing on floor postures.  All levels welcome.
“We don’t use our bodies to get into the pose, we use the pose to get into the body”, according to my teacher, Bernie Clark.
Aug
5
Mon
Yin Yoga Mondays with Carole – Summer
Aug 5 @ 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm
The three principles of Yin yoga are: 1) Come into an appropriate depth for your body in each pose; 2) Become still; 3) Hold for a long time. This can mean up to 3-5 minutes per pose. What is important is not what a pose looks like, but what it feels like… we use many props in Yin yoga to support our bodies in releasing into the connective tissues rather than specifically stretching the muscles. Yin yoga is not restorative yoga, in that we are still looking for some stress to the tissues in order to create optimal health. Yin targets mainly the connective tissues of the hips, pelvis and lower spine.
A slower moving class focusing on floor postures.  All levels welcome.
“We don’t use our bodies to get into the pose, we use the pose to get into the body”, according to my teacher, Bernie Clark.
Aug
12
Mon
Yin Yoga Mondays with Carole – Summer
Aug 12 @ 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm
The three principles of Yin yoga are: 1) Come into an appropriate depth for your body in each pose; 2) Become still; 3) Hold for a long time. This can mean up to 3-5 minutes per pose. What is important is not what a pose looks like, but what it feels like… we use many props in Yin yoga to support our bodies in releasing into the connective tissues rather than specifically stretching the muscles. Yin yoga is not restorative yoga, in that we are still looking for some stress to the tissues in order to create optimal health. Yin targets mainly the connective tissues of the hips, pelvis and lower spine.
A slower moving class focusing on floor postures.  All levels welcome.
“We don’t use our bodies to get into the pose, we use the pose to get into the body”, according to my teacher, Bernie Clark.
Aug
24
Sat
Restorative Yoga & Massage
Aug 24 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

 

Make time to practice self-compassion and self-care.  Join us for a restorative yoga practice lead by Carole Cotten-Figueiredo LMT and Teresa Hasenour MS, OTR/L where they provide healing touch massage, CranioSacral Therapy and Reiki techniques.

Saturday, April 27th; 7-8:30pm.  $35.  RSVP with Carole at (971) 246-1405.   Limited to 10 participants.  Contact Carol for a wait-list and for the winter Restorative Yoga & Massage dates.