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Yoga & Movement

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Kriya Yoga

Shakti Savita

An immersive experience into Breathwork and Kriya from the Himalayan Yoga-Vedantic Tradition, through Sattva Yoga. This practice blends contemporary evolution in science and mind-body research with the ancient teachings of the yogis.

Beginner/Intermediate

Yoga & Movement

Yoga & Movement

Yang to Yin Self Love Flow

Hannah Devries

Starting with an invigorating yang flow to warm up the body then flowing into deep Yin. Yin directly targets fascia - where we store trauma and emotions. In this experience together we will stimulate and target the deeper connective tissues in the body and activate our parasympathetic nervous system.

Beginner/Intermediate

Yoga & Movement

Yoga & Movement

Shaking Medicine

Dr. Keith Motes

Shaking Medicine is an important mechanism within us that heals the body through our nervous system. When we access Shaking Medicine, we are using our body's innate-instinctive intelligence to involuntarily shake our body to heal it. We follow our feeling and allow the shake as though it has a mind of its own.

Beginner/Intermediate

Yoga & Movement

Yoga & Movement

Strength In Connection

Lauren Cuthbert

"This Intermediate to Advanced Vinyasa flow class challenges you to explore outside of your limitations and beliefs to find courage and strength. through opening to connection with another.

Intermediate/Advanced

Yoga & Movement

Yoga & Movement

Body/Mind Awareness Dance Class

Cornelia Truemper

“Join the tribe for a little bit different dance class and let your body & spirit float free. Discovering your Body through movement, the way you like it, in your own pattern, the way its makes you feel good. Releasing and letting go.

Yoga & Movement

Yoga & Movement

Qi Gong - Flow & Empowerment 

Rhyn Nasser

Commit to this Qi Gong practice and feel the empowerment as change shows up in your life each day. Qigong practice typically involves moving meditation, coordinating slow-flowing movement, deep rhythmic breathing, and a calm meditative state of mind.