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Mother’s Day Superhero Yoga Class

Mother’s Day Superhero Yoga Class

Mother’s Day Superhero Mommy and Me Yoga Class along with a fun craft!

It’s Mother’s Day weekend and what better way to celebrate your #1 Superhero than with a night of bonding in a parent/child partner-themed yoga class. Moms and kids will also make a Superhero craft together to take home!

Best for children ages 3 – 8 years old. Costumes & Capes WELCOMED!

Please bring a yoga mat for each person, if possible.

Friday May 11th 6:00pm – 7:30pm

Buy Now – $25 includes mom & 1 child, plus crafts.

$5 for each additional child.

Ayurveda – Yoga Sister Science & Selfcare: Refilling the Well

Ayurveda – Yoga Sister Science & Selfcare: Refilling the Well

Ayurveda: Exploring Yoga’s Sister Science
Ayurveda is the oldest codified holistic and preventative oriented health care system in the world. The Sanskrit word, Ayurveda, translates as the science of life. True to its name, Ayurveda looks to the principles of nature, harmony, and rhythm to help individuals better understand their unique health profiles and to come into alignment with the nature that exists both within and around them.

During this discussion we will explore core Ayurvedic concepts, including the five elements (Ether, Air, Fire, Water and Earth), and the three doshas (Vata, Pitta, and Kapha) which contribute to the make-up of our constitution. We will also discuss methods for modifying daily and seasonal routines to create balance in the body, mind, and spirit.

Ayurveda Self-Care: Refilling the Well
Learn about the subtle forms of the doshas called Prana (Vata), Tejas (Pitta) and Ojas (Kapha) that represent the refined essences of the doshas. Learn about Ayurvedic daily routines (dinacharya practices) to give these life-giving substances a boost with an eye toward practices intended to improve immunity and wellness in body, mind and spirit.

Ayurveda: Exploring the Subdoshas
Each of the doshas has five subdoshas. According to ancient Ayurvedic texts, the subdoshas relate to specific areas of the body and perform specific functions. We’ll explore these fundamental ideas through discussion and the use of postures. We’ll place special emphasis on the Vata dosha (Ether and Air Elements), as it often incites imbalances due to its mobile quality. Balance is associated with good health (described in Ayurveda as much more than the absence of disease) whereas imbalance is associated with ill health. In this workshop you’ll learn how to use your own body wisdom to move toward a balanced state.

*Sign up by April 1, 2018 for a $5 Discount on the Workshop

Saturday April 21st, 12:00pm – 3:00pm

Buy Now – $50 per person