Upcoming Workshops + Events
Yoga off the Mat: a spiritual and philosophy discussion group
Ever wonder how you can bring that yoga bliss with you into your daily life? Or wonder what the secret to happiness is, even amongst chaos? What if you could cultivate the feeling of bliss and realization right here, right now? The yoga sutras are a guide to that place deep inside of us, teaching us how to achieve this state of Be-ing in our every day life.
This is a non-movement class. Using Mantra and breath, we will learn how to connect to our Divine Self. Group philosophy discussion will follow our practice. In a supportive group we can not only connect to our higher Selves, but to each other as we work to grow spiritually. This class is all about taking our practice off the mat and into our every day lives, where it really matters.
Facilitated by Niki Sims. Niki is trained in the Shambhava Yoga tradition and has studied various healing arts since she was a young child.
No experience necessary, only a deep wish to grow. If you have one, bring a preferred method of sitting. Chairs/bolsters will be provided upon request. Please feel free to bring a light snack and/or drink.
Celebrate the New Moon
Thursday, October 24th, 5:30-8:30pm
Cost: $25, please pre-register
The new moon provides the opportunity to renew, create and make a fresh start. The sky is dark at new moon time, resembling a blank canvas with unlimited potential.
Join Jennifer Reeve and Studio B Evergreen to use the power of the new moon and the support of community to set new intention.
In our circle, we’ll learn from our inner guidance, seek nature’s messages and connect with wisdom of others. We will remember our innate wildness and support its unfurling through us.
This is a non-movement practice that includes guided meditation, personal journaling, supportive conversation and ritual. Please bring a journal and pen and anything you wish to place on our altar for the evening.
Give yourself permission to enjoy self-care, and join us for a mindful, rejuvenating evening!
Saturday, November 2nd, 6:30-8:00pm.
The idea behind kirtan is to sing praise, through mantra, and chanting. Based on ancient chants, it has the ability to quiet the mind if listened to with intention. Everyone experiences kirtan differently, and it doesn’t have to be a religious experience. Some think of it as a sing-along. Kirtan is non-denominational, the Universal language of Spirit, the song of the Soul.
According to kirtan artist and bhakti yoga educator David Newman, kirtan is “...a practice for cutting through the idea of separation, for connecting to our hearts and connecting to the moment through sound.”
Join Richard Ball and Niki Sims as they guide through a community kirtan experience.
Saturday, November 2nd 6:30-8:00.
Feel free to bring your preferred cushion or method of sitting.