A unique combination of experiential anatomy, somatic principles with examples from breath, touch and movement practices, and myofascial ball rolling to enhance your body entered practice.
Every other Wednesday, 7-9pm. Men's groups provide clarity, challenge, accountability and support for you to focus on what matters most to you. Drop ins are welcome. Click for more details >
Lend your voices, your ears, and your hearts in creating a light filled vibrational harmony to offset these turbulent times! Facilitated by musicians Jack & Soorya Resels, and Brian Hoover, this will be a time of playful celebration to lift hearts, minds, and spirit through singing simple chants for all to sing. No experience required! Click here for details >
Are you someone who loves to dance? We invite you to join us for an hour of pure dance, when we turn the volume up and the lights down low. Everything kicks off at 7:30 PM, and we will wrap up by 8:45 PM. Little ones welcome. Click here for more details >
On four Sunday afternoons in Jan—April, Dr. Shahar Rabi and Saskia Tait will be hosting screenings of Dr. Gordon Neufeld's esteemed course, The Power to Parent, for individuals, couples, and professionals who are interested in expanding and/or deepening their understanding of attachment and child development in order to more skillfully meet the always-changing needs of infants and children. Click for details >
A great family-friendly event, hosted by multi-instrumentalist folk musician, storyteller, and educator, Tereza Tomek. Each session starts with half an hour of action and sing-along songs led by Tereza, that kids of all ages will adore. The second half hour will feature a performance by a special musical guest that parents and kids will both enjoy. All ages welcome, including infants, toddlers and older kids. Click here for more information >
Sadhana is a daily yoga or meditation practice of self-discipline that brings out your best. It is practiced during the ambrosial hours of the morning, from 4:30-7am. Aquarian Sadhana will be offered once per month. Click for more details >
Join us to watch this fascinating documentary about the musician, Krishna Das, sharing how he entered into the practice of changing and what it means to him today. He takes us on a journey to India to discover legendary spiritual teacher Neem Karoli Baba, through drug addiction and depression, to his eventual emergence as a world-famous Kirtan singer. Click here for details >