Self Myofascial Release Workshop for the Back (particularly those with a back issue-we highly recommend this class) with Kathleen Hall, E-RYT 200, LMT, & YACEP
Saturday, Sept. 14th, 4-6pm, $35
Self Myofascial Release Workshop for the Back (particularly those with a back issue, we recommend this class): Learn self myofascial release tools, using a variety of sized balls, to release tightness, chronic tension patterns and pain in your low back.
Saturday, September 14th, 4-6pm. Space is limited. Sign up Early.
5 week series for $50 or $16 drop in
Learn YOGA at your own speed. Each hour-long class will focus on a different part of YOGA, such as Sun Salutations, standing poses, seated poses, and inversions/closing postures. You’ll become familiar with the series and discover ways to best modify poses for your body. And no, headstand is not required. Ashtanga/YOGA is for everyone.
This class prepares you for: Ashtanga Short Form, Gentle Flow and All Level Vinyasa
Next Session: Sept. 4rth - Oct. 2nd, Wed. 6:15pm
Class POP-UP: Mind-Body Connection Class with Marissa Gray, RN, E-RYT 500, Wednesday’s 9:15, September 4th - 25th
Mind-Body Connection—Use regular class pass or Drop In $16
This class is an opportunity to practice movement, breath, and mindfulness in a trauma sensitive setting. There will be choice for each participant to listen within and determine what will best empower integration of the mind and body as a whole.
Marissa Gray, E-RYT, RN is a pediatric psychiatric nurse specializing in trauma informed yoga. She was trained at Kripalu, studied with Coral Brown in Prana Flow, and received advanced training in trauma informed mind body yoga through Yoga Hope, becoming one of 25 licensed facilitators nation wide. She piloted the first trauma informed program for at-risk youth in the mid-South, growing the program from 15 youth to teaching over 100.
Sweet Soul Restorative Class with Anne J. Froning & Sean Murphy: Postponed
Sweet Soul Restorative Yoga with Live MusicTreat yourself to the gift of restorative yoga with live music. This workshop focuses on the breath, supported yoga poses, and gentle somatic movements. Live music, vibrational sound, and healing touch will sustain and deepen your experience.
Yoga postures (asana) are supported with blankets, blocks, and bolsters to achieve total relaxation of the body/mind. These supported yoga poses are coupled with gentle somatic movements that will alternately stimulate the brain and relax the body to move toward balance. Somatic movements focus on the developmental movement patterns we experienced as growing infants. They will be primarily performed on the floor and on all fours.
Physiologically these movements reconnect the neural pathways in the brain, allowing us to gain more body/mind awareness. Long deep breathing and other rejuvenating breath work will be integral to the practice. The healing vibrational sounds of live music will support the practice. A wide range of ancient instruments from around the world combined with modern looping technology are used to weave an atmospheric soundscape. The music works twofold: first, it gives the mind a place to focus as the body begins to relax and open; second, the vibratorynature of this music is very balancing
Anne J. Froning and Sean Murphy formed Being:Artin 2004. Since then, they’ve traveled throughout the United States designing and teaching dance, yoga, and live music workshops. Anne is a multidisciplinary artist: dancer, visual artist, teaching artist, and registered yoga teacher with over 35 years of teaching and performing experience. Sean is a professional musician, composer, instrument maker, teaching artist, and dance musician with over 20 years performing experience.