Workshops and Special Classes

  • Prenatal Yoga

    with Sarah Sandkuhl

    March 9th and 16th, April 13th, May 4th · 11:30-1pm

     Join Sarah for a personalized practice for pregnant women! No matter how far along you are, yoga offers tools for preparing the body and mind for pregnancy, labor, and motherhood.

    Snack Provided.

    Pre Registration Required


  • Yoga for Anxiety Extended Practice

    with Chelsea Olson

    Sunday, March 14th · 2-4pm

    Yoga for Anxiety Extended Practice
    $25 PREPAID
    $30 DOOR

    Anxiety manifests not only in the mind, but in the body and heart as well. This 2-hour practice will give ample time to unwind anxious tension in all layers, as well as learn techniques to take home and integrate into daily life. No previous yoga or meditation experience necessary. This practice is led by E-500 RYT, Trauma-Informed Yoga Instructor Chelsea Olson.

    March 17
    April 21
    June 2
    July 14
    August 11

  • Saturday Sadhana: Developing Your Daily Practice

    with Sam Albrecht

    Saturday, March 30 · 11:30-1:30pm

    Discover YOUR way to a powerful, consistent daily practice. Daily practice is one of the most highly recommended tools across spiritual traditions, and has the power to supercharge your intuition, build your personal power and help you live your most aligned life. But figuring out what to do and sticking to it can be a big challenge!

    In this workshop, you will be supported to discover what obstacles get in the way of your practice and how to overcome them with a personalized practice.

    Together we will enjoy a sampling of 3 short, juicy, and complete practices- asana, mantra, and pranayama (breathing practice)- each simple enough to remember and do on your own. You will leave with a clear path towards consistent, enjoyable, and EFFECTIVE practice that you can remember and stick with.

    70% practice 30% group discussion
    All bodies ~ All genders ~ All experience levels Welcome
    Please bring your journal or a notebook


    Class Objectives
    1. Widen students’ ideas of what home practice can look like
    2. Help students get clear on what they want/need and which practice(s) might serve them well
    3. Provide a container for sangha and self-inquiry
    4. Facilitate an experience of each of the 3 practices along with self-reflection about the felt effects of each