with Mary Gray
Saturday, November 4th 6:00 – 7:30pm
If we accept that sound is vibration and we know that vibration touches every part of our physical being, then we understand that sound is heard not only through our ears but through every cell in our bodies.
Everything in the universe vibrates at it’s own unique frequency called a resonant frequency. This includes all the cells, tissues, and organs of our bodies. Aliments arise as result of a disturbance in these frequencies. Through the concept of resonance and entrainment, sound can be utilized to bring our bodies back to optimal frequencies.
Join us as we immerse ourselves in sound.Participants will explore guided breath exercises, toning (use of our own voice), as well as the opportunity to choose an instrument as we create a sacred space of sound together.
Cost: $25 Register Here
“I Can’t Meditate” Intro to Meditation Series
with Karen Schneider
Sundays, Nov 5th thru Dec 3rd (4 weeks, no class 11/26) 11:30 to 12:30pm
In this four week series, we break-down the tools, techniques and endless monkey mind chatter, so you can see your thoughts and start to experience the space between them. We’ll talk about blockades to meditation, the ultimate benefits beyond the obvious and explore first-hand techniques that reveal the discursive nature of the mind and the lies about who we think we are. Each week will include experiential guided meditation and discussion time to answer questions.
Costs: $15 to drop in or $40 for the series.
Kirtan Soul Revival (KSR)
Sunday, November 12th 5:30 – 7:30pm
Experience devotional chanting and let your heart crack wide open! Kirtan Soul Revival (KSR) )is New York City’s funkiest devotional music.
Candelight Restorative & Reflexology
with Mikayla and Donna
Friday, November 17th 7:00 – 9:00pm
Restorative Yoga rejuvenates and repletes our natural resources. Relaxation is essential in restoring and balancing the Prana, masculine energy and Apana, feminine energy that permeates our bodies.
Cost: $40 pre registration $45 At the door No refunds 24 hours before class.
The Art & Science of Vinyasa
with Stacy Plaske and Mikayla Bram
Saturday, November 18th 1:00 – 4:00pm
Vinyasa yoga, meaning “to place in a special way” is both an Art requiring presence of mind and connection to your deepest self to express creatively by linking breath and movement; as well as a Science of building a safe foundation based upon principles of alignment that allow creativity to flow.
In this Yoga Laboratory we will share how to place the body, mind, and breath in the most sacred and special ways to receive the most benefit from these ancient practices. We will break down the correct alignment to understand Tadasana, “the blueprint pose” and the 4 key poses most frequently used: plank, chaturanga, upward and downward facing dog.