We ask that you pre-register for all workshops at Yoga4All. Often the teacher will have handouts or limited space, so a count of participants helps us make your experience better. We do ask you to please arrive early with no perfumes or heavy scents. Students more than 10 minutes late will not be allowed into the workshops out of courtesy for the other students and no refund will be issued. Click on the class or teacher name below for more detailed information. To see the current class schedule at Yoga4All you may click here!
Please prepay a minimum of 5 business days in advance (more would be awesome!) so we can get an attendance count especially when handouts or food preparation is included.
|Thursdays & Saturdays||Free Beginners Class||Th 5:30 – 6:45pm|
Sa 9:00 - 10:15 am
|Learn the basics of yoga breathing and positions in this intro class. Taught by a different instructor each month.|
|September 6||Yoga – A Therapeutic Series for Tight Hips||2:00 - 3:30 p.m.|
|Did you know the hips stabilize us in our daily lives and can also store strong emotions? When the hips lock up they prevent you from walking properly or even attending your weekly salsa class. Join Heather Overton, eRYT200 for a therapeutic series that will open your hips, find the spring in your step and have you doing the Cha Cha! Find freedom in your body with this incredible workshop and take home a copy of the series to add to your home practice.|
|September 12||Partner Yoga - Friday Night Date||6:00 - 8:00 p.m.|
|Ease into your weekend with this Friday night workshop. Partner Yoga is a great way to feel supported in your yoga practice. It takes you out of your individual practice and into a deep integration with others. Learn safe techniques and appropriate poses for partner yoga. Bring a friend and enjoy!!!|
|September 20||Leave the Dog Days of Summer Behind - a Restorative Workshop and Yoga Nidra||2:30 – 5:30 pm|
|Leave the dog days of summer behind restoring yourself to as the season moves into fall. Join Nancy as she guides you in a healing and balancing practice of Restorative Yoga. Using blankets, bolsters, blocks and walls, your body will have the support it needs to relax and let go. The longer holds in these supportive poses allows time for the nervous system to reset and return the body and mind to a state of balance. A Yoga Nidra meditation ends this class.|
|September 23||Fall Equinox Gong Celebration||7:00 - 9:00 pm|
|An equinox occurs twice a year, when the tilt of the Earth’s axis is on a level plane with the sun. It marks a time when the hours of the daylight and darkness are equal. It is a time of passage and change. The autumnal equinox marks the passage into Fall. Equal energy from the sun and moon provide balance on all levels and the coming of Autumn is a time of shedding and shoring. This is a wonderful time to meditate and project. The sounds and vibrations of the gong help us experience a profound meditative state.|
|September 28||Yoga Nidra||3:30 - 4:30 pm|
|Join us for the practice of Yoga Nidra, sometimes called the “Sleep of Awareness”. Yoga Nidra is a deep and profoundly powerful meditation having a tremendous soothing effect on the body and mind by refreshing the physical, emotional and mental bodies. It allows a systemic release of stress preparing the mind to receive the personal affirmations you develop in class. It is said that one hour of yoga nidra is equivalent to 4 hours of sleep. It is suitable for all levels of practitioners with no experience necessary. Wear loose comfortable clothes.|