**This is a monthly class, held on the 2nd Satuday of the month** Our class combines restorative poses with a powerful meditation technique ...
For many LGBTQIA+ people mainstream yoga can feel alienating. And what keeps us from feeling comfortable in a yoga class isn’t the yoga itse...
A mini private session (35 mins) in our peaceful private Meditation Room with Nichole, E-RYT 200, CAYT. She will lead you through a variety ...
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Join Nichole DiGiuseppi, E-RYT 200, Certified Accessible Yoga Teacher for this series she originally created for her son, Jackson, he is 10 ...
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Great for beginners! This class is an introduction to the basics of Hatha and Vinyasa yoga. Students are led through detailed instructions, breaking down the fundamentals of postures, meditative breath and relaxation techniques. Our teachers incorporate blocks, straps, bolsters, and chairs into each class offering variations with appropriate levels of challenge. We make our students feel comfortable in class while respecting individual needs and limitations.
Body positive means equality and justice for all bodies. Bigger bodies, older bodies, injured and healing bodies, bodies with limitations/challenges. Yoga for all ages, genders, gender identities, ethnicities, abilities and backgrounds. A body positive approach to yoga which celebrates students’ bodies and encourages them to ask “How do I feel?” rather than “How do I look?” when practicing yoga. We make our students feel comfortable in class while respecting individual needs and limitations.
Slow flow practices are designed to align and calm your body, mind, and spirit in preparation for meditation. This practice leads the student through mindful movements, meditative breath, and relaxation techniques. We invite the students to pause in stillness for a little longer in poses, but as always variations will be shown to offer appropriate levels of challenge while also respecting individual needs and limitations.
For many LGBTQIA+ people mainstream yoga can feel alienating. And what keeps us from feeling comfortable in a yoga class isn’t the yoga itself. It’s mainstream culture that’s been built around yoga and our Western society. It tends to focus on hetero or cis-normative body goals. LGBTQIA+ affirming classes are more welcoming of diverse bodies, genders, ages and abilities. This class is appropriate for all bodies & abilities. We ask that you attend this class only if you identify LGBTQIA+
A mini private session (40 mins) in our peaceful Meditation Room with Nichole, E-RYT 200, CAYT. She will lead you through a variety of gentle yoga stretches using our anti-gravity hammock as resistance and then through a guided meditation while swaddled in our yoga hammock. The anti-gravity suspension allows for zero compression of the spine and other joints, increased body awareness and with the final resting pose of Savasana, an opportunity to de-stress and rejuvenate.
Research has shown for children with ASD, that in addition to the typical benefits associated with yoga, increased strength, balance, coordination there is the added benefit of social-emotional skills, language/communication, body awareness, self-regulation, focus/concentration and a reduction in anxiety, impulsive, obsessive, aggressive and self-stimulatory behaviors. This would also beneficial for children with ADHD, who find it challenging to connect the body and mind. This is a 8 week series
This class combines restorative poses with a powerful meditation technique called Yoga Nidra. Restorative poses allow the muscles to passively stretch, while the body is completely supported by bolsters, blankets, blocks & straps. This allows the student to deeply relax the body and still the mind. Yoga Nidra is a guided meditation that allows the student to systematically relax the body and mind while maintaining awareness and calming the nervous system. Perfect for all bodies and abilities.
Every Sunday morning we have an all-levels yoga class. It is a donation-based class with a suggested "love-offering" of $10 but give what you can. We encourage you to continue to come to the practice, as your give back is your presence in our community. We strive to make yoga accessible to everyone regardless of ability or background. A portion of the proceeds will go into our BKY scholarship fund for yoga students wanting to further their craft through teacher trainings/workshops.
A kiki is a social gathering, usually for the purpose of kicking back, "spilling tea"and sharing stories. We invite you to stick around after class and enjoy some tea and cookies(or some other deliciousness) with us. Talk with our teachers and other students, get to know the people in your community!
Valid 14 days after date of purchase. Does not include donation based classes.
5 classes. Valid for 90 days after date of purchase. Does not include donation based classes.
One full week of unlimited yoga classes for new students. Valid 7 days from date of purchase. Does not include donation based classes.
35 min/private session with Nichole, E-RYT 200, CAYT.
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