New Workshops Beginning February 2019











Live Music Power Flow with Gary Dacanay
February 1, 6:30 to 8:00p
$25

Breathe and flow to acoustic grooves and soundscapes as
500 Hour Certified Baptiste Yoga Teacher, Gary Dacanay,
guides you through a dynamic and inspiring meditation and
asana practice!

Gary has been teaching yoga for the past six years in yoga
studios, corporate settings, public schools, and outdoor
festivals. He has also been a professional recording and
performing musician for over 30 years and has combined
the arts in a unique and uplifting way.

This event is likely to sell out so reservations are suggested.


Kundalini with Denys Morgan, March

Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon Album
Flow, April
Workshops/Events
New Class Offerings for January 2019












Chair Yoga (Begins Jan 21)
Mondays, 9:30 to 10:30a
This is one of the gentlest forms of yoga available. Students
perform postures and breathing exercises with the aid of a
chair so as to  experience the many benefits of yoga without
getting up or down from the floor. Benefits include increased
balance, strength, flexibility, range of motion, and stress
reduction.

Pilates (Begins Jan 23)
Wednesdays, 7 to 8p
Let go of the mindset of isolating one part of the body or just
contracting certain muscles for a toned midsection.  Build
core and total body strength without crunches and flatten
and strengthen the midsection by involving the efforts of all
muscles and stretching the arms and legs in opposite
directions.  A strong core is the key to a more advanced
practice involving arm balances and inversions.
 

Rocket Yoga
Sundays, 10 to 11:15a
Rocket yoga was developed by Larry Schultz in San
Francisco in the 1980s and is still widely practiced on the
West Coast.  This uplifting and powerful class resequences
the disciplined Ashtanga series into a playful, energetic
practice.  Begin with sun salutations and standing postures,
then progress into creatively-linked arm balances, inversions,
and seated postures.  This challenging yoga adventure got
its name from Bob Weir of The Grateful Dead, who said, “It
gets you there faster.”