The Great Beyond: Past Life Regression
A Workshop with Laurie Oliver
Saturday, February 4th, 2-4pm
$20 to preregister
or $25 day of
or $25 day of
This event is full. Please email us if you’d like us to host another “Play”shop.
It’s your favorite yoga class and the teacher is guiding toward a peak pose, one you’ve been wanting to try for months! You eagerly get your “oomph” ready, give it a few tries, and just when the breath and body start to align and the pose begins to make sense, the class moves on to something else (much to your dismay!) and it’s time for savasana.
In this “workshop,” we’ll playfully dig in to poses you like and want to try… be it a deeper bind, a balance or an inversion… in a relaxed environment, over the span of two hours, so you’ll have just the time you need to put the pose-puzzle together for yourself.’
Questions and open dialogue are encouraged, and students will be taught to work together to provide assists and support. It’s designed to be organic, fluid, fun and informational… AND ALL ABOUT PLAY!
An Experiential Meditation Intensive
Saturday, April 23rd
$25: Register below
Experience HEALING IN ACTION
Learn the BRAIN SCIENCE behind meditation’s healing and
Acquire concrete tools to start & maintain a regular HOME MEDITATION PRACTICE
Leigha Butler E-RYT, MA, is co-owner of The Yoga House in Kingston, NY where she co- directs a Yoga Alliance registered 200-hour teacher training program. She has studied Tantra-influenced meditation with Lorin Roche, PhD and the science of meditation and egolessness with Richard Miller, PhD. Her own practice borrows from many traditions including that of the eight-limbed yogic path and Zen Buddhism. She leads meditative movement workshops called “Consciousness in Flight.”
with Michael Chandra Cohen
Saturday, April 29th
The path of Nonduality challenges us to re-think the most intimate notions we hold about ourselves and the world. In this one class will unfold the Nondual vision classic to all Eastern spirituality along with the meditation technique that is integral to this vision.
Michael Chandra was a former swami and senior staff member with the Sivanananda Yoga Vedanta Centers and Swami Vishnudevananda. He taught Eastern Religions and Hinduism at Hunter College in NYC and has also taught Advaita Vedanta at dozens of Yoga Teacher Training Courses throughout the world.
The practice of balancing our Chakras, the seven primary energy centers along the spine, is available to all students who want to go deeper in their yoga practice. For beginners and experienced yogis alike, this practice can strengthen and balance the flow of life force at the seven most powerful regions of the body: your perineum, sacrum, solar plexus, heart, throat, pineal glad, and crown of the head. This essential practice is diverse and includes self-study, visualization, asana, pranayama, and meditation. Ultimately this practice can awaken your Kundalini, the Spirit Consciousness that lays dormant at the base of your spine and opens your body, mind, and heart to its highest potential!
Stephanie Rose is an Experienced-Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT) with The Yoga Alliance, a certified Anusara-Inspired Yoga Teacher, and a Yoga-Teacher-Trainer at Jai Ma School of Yoga in New Paltz. She has a Certificate of Completion from a 9-month Ayurveda Living Skills Course, and has trained in the philosophies of the Goddess-Centered Yoga Tradition, Nonviolent Communication, and Restorative Yoga. Stephanie loves to teach her students about yoga and why yoga poses matter. She passionately shares the rules to create a foundation for healthy living. at home and at work. Her higher purpose is to educate groups of people so they can join arms together in a health (r)evolution!