Spring cleanse workshop

Saturday March 23, 1:00-3:30pm

Spring Cleanse: Opening the Hips and Shoulders
The yogic practices of asana and pranayama are cleansing on many levels. Spring Equinox is a wonderful time to release any remaining winter debris in your body and mind and open to greater freedom. This all-levels workshop is an opportunity to deeply release the tension that accumulates in the major joints – the hips and shoulders – as well as a time to let go of mental and emotional habits that can hold us back from enjoying life.

Cat Enright has completed over 800 hours of training, and is a Certified Yoga Therapist. She is deeply committed to yoga as a holistic path to freedom and joy. Her intention in teaching is to help students to see themselves authentically, with compassion and patience.

$35

Early bird $30 (before 3/16)

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Embody love workshop

Friday April 19, 5:30-8:30pm

The ancient holistic teachings of yoga combined with modern and relevant curriculum developed by clinical psychologist and yoga teacher, Dr. Melody Moore, the Embody Love Movement, offers powerful workshops for girls and women worldwide.  www.embodylovemovement.org

As a facilitator for the nonprofit, Beth guides you through a 3 hour transformational workshop. Anyone 19+ who identifies as female is welcome to attend. The workshop takes participants on a journey toward self-acceptance. The goal is for women to set new intentions about how they feel, think, and speak to themselves and others. Participants are offered the opportunity to engage in process exercises in which they explore their internalized beliefs about beauty and self-worth and are given the tools to understand that these negative beliefs have a detrimental impact on their viewing themselves as purposeful and worthy.

Interactive exercises include:

  • Dismantling the “beauty myth”
  • Changing the conversation from criticism to kindness
  • Embodied yoga experience
  • Commiting to being kind to ourselves, and therefore each other
  • Seeing and experiencing ourselves as worthy from the inside out
  • Recognizing our contributions through conscious activism

A donation will be made to www.embodylovemovement.org for each registration.

Beth Rusk brings an authentic light heartedness and genuine care for others into her teaching. Show up to class ready to breathe, connect, flow and discover.

$35

Early bird $30 (one week before workshop)

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Yoga for the blues

Saturday April 20, 1:00-3:30 pm

Whether your depression is anxiety-based or more melancholy, yoga can bring relief. Asana, pranayama and meditation can be tuned to meet any variation of depression. Simply standing up on your feet in Mountain Pose can help regain positivity and confidence. A restorative practice can counter agitation and the fight-flight-freeze response. Depression affects your whole being – mind, body and soul, so this workshop will use the rich and varied tools of yoga to address your whole self. These tools include postures, breath work, meditation, visualization and affirmations. All of these are techniques you can take with you to help any time you encounter the blues .

Cat Enright has completed over 800 hours of training, and is a Certified Yoga Therapist. She is deeply committed to yoga as a holistic path to freedom and joy. Her intention in teaching is to help students to see themselves authentically, with compassion and patience.

$35

Early Bird $30 (before 4/13)

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Awaken the Lion: Hip Hop Vinyasa

Saturday May 4,  12:00-3:30pm

The ATL Hip Hop Vinyasa workshop is an all levels experience which braids together dope music, dance, Emotional Intelligence Training (EIT), HIIT, philosophies of yoga and hip-hop, poetry, traditional asana and self expression.
You can expect to hear spoken word poetry from Shuja De’Peace, deeper understanding and appreciation of your emotional body through the lens of EIT and of course sweat. In this workshop you will learn the intersection of Yoga & Hip Hop, how they are much more similar than you might expect and how when placed together they create a radical path of liberation in this yuga (age). You will leave not only feeling stronger, more focused and connected to a deeper sense of belonging but with your own poem/mantra to motivate you to achieve your goals and stay true to fulfilling your dharma/vision.

Shuja De’Peace has a natural gift for igniting the fire in each of his students, which he achieves by supporting them in finding the connection between their Mind, Body and Spirit.

$55

Early bird $50 (before 4/27)

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Prenatal partner workshop

Friday May 10, 5:30-7:30pm

Bring your partner, husband, doula or friend to deeply connect through yoga, breathing and childbirth preparation. Your partner will learn how to support you through labor and you will both leave feeling relaxed and prepared for childbirth. Amy weaves through it what she has witnessed as a doula.

Please pre-register by May 3rd.

Amy Robinson is the owner of 3 OMS Yoga, as well as an experienced doula. She is gifted at supporting people through healing and transformation, and you will leave class feeling relaxed, more open, stronger, and clear.

$45

NOTE: please register each person individually ($22.50 each)

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Yoga & Emotional Intelligence

Saturday May 11, 9:00-4:00

In Yoga we learn how to become clear and accepting of ourselves and how we feel in the moment. Emotional awareness means freedom to feel MORE joy and tenderness, LESS anger and fear.
The workshop is a framework of techniques and practices that bring forth physical release and emotional relief in combination. If you are interested in finding: inner resolve, respect for your own path in life, mutual understanding, forgiveness and wisdom, this day is definitely for you!
We will explore:
1: Emotional states, common needs and mindfulness.
2: Inquiry methods – interactive meditations to clear stressful patterns.
3: Self-regulation.
4: Emotional resiliency.
5: Our relationships with others. (Maturity in Adversity.)
6: Interconnections. Emotional inheritance.
Workshop will include light asana, breathwork and meditations. 1hr lunch break.

Michal Retter has a passion for creating a non competitive and open space for self-discovery and self-love of our multi faceted nature – mind, body and soul.

$115

Early bird $99 (one week in advance)

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Yoga for anxiety

Saturday May 18, 1-3:30 pm

Anxiety is one of the most common challenges of our modern culture. Stress contributes to the most frequent forms of serious illness, such as heart disease and cancer. Don’t worry! The ancient wisdom of yoga is here to help! Because anxiety affects mind, body and spirit, yoga offers a variety of tools to address the whole being. Yoga postures help relax muscles and build confidence. Breath techniques sooth the nervous system, decrease heart rate and improve digestion.

Meditation calms the mind and can help redirect it from stressful thoughts. These tools are woven together in this afternoon workshop, giving participants simple, practical techniques to recognize and reduce anxiety.

Cat Enright has completed over 800 hours of training, and is a Certified Yoga Therapist. She is deeply committed to yoga as a holistic path to freedom and joy. Her intention in teaching is to help students to see themselves authentically, with compassion and patience.

$30

Early Bird $35 (before 5/11)

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