Lisa Sadleir-Hart

Yasodhara Hatha Yoga Series

Thursdays  4:30-5:30pm

Yasodhara Hatha Yoga (YHY) is a gentle, compassionate, student-centered yoga that meets students wherever they are.  YHY focuses on self-discovery and nurtures the whole person – body, mind and spirit. Yasodhara Yoga has its origins in the Saraswati lineage from Rishikesh, India and was brought to the west by Swami Radha, founder of the Yasohara Ashram on Lake Kootenay, British Columbia.

Series 1 – 1/18-2/22   Exploring Stillness

Series 2 – 3/1-4/12     Resting in the Heart

Series 3 – 4/19-5/24   Opening

6 week sign up classes.  For more information or to sign up: Contact Lisa at 747-5985 or anamcara39@gmail.com

*Each 6-week series is $60+ tax

Sue Conrad

Beginner’s Yoga Series with Sue

Tuesdays 6-7:15pm

Dates: April 7th – May 8th

The perfect class for beginners and seasoned practitioners to refine your relationship to your body and awaken to new habits, this class teaches precision and alignment in poses. The pace is more reflective to help develop strength & flexibility through longer holds and blend mindfulness and breath-work. Expect a challenge as we give postures time to imprint. Opportunities for hands-on adjustments.

 

$72 + tax for 6 week series.

For more information or to register call Sue Conrad at (805)423-2515 or e-mail sconrad@fitnesscanbfun.com.

Jenny Hayo

Purusa: Unveiling our wholeness

Dates: April 27-29, 2018

Friday, April 27th, from 6-8pm Saturday, April 28th, from 9-12am and 2-5pm Sunday, April 29th from 9-12 and 1-3pm

Classical yoga shared through the ancient text, The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, emphasizes an inner experience that holds space for our healing. The aim of the yogic practices is to realize this inner energy, known as Puruṣa, and allow it to facilitate our understanding of wholeness. In this workshop we will study the diverse practices of asana (stable and easeful movement), pranayama (yogic breathing), meditation and the Yoga Sutras to unveil this innate inner nature. This workshop is suitable to all levels of practitioners.

Jenny is a certified yoga therapist and senior teacher practicing in Seattle, WA. Her work marries over 20 years of study is yoga, Buddhism and body/mind centered psychology.

Cost:  $204.75 for the whole weekend (taxes included) or $42/two hour sessions and $63/three hour session (on a space available basis).

Information? Contact Andrea at 738-2443 or yusitka@gmail.com www.yogaunionsitka.com
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Cindy Westergaard

Meditations for Everyday Life

Dr. Cindy Westergaard

Open to all who are interested in developing their meditation practice, even for the very first time!   Sunday evenings at 7pm, at YU. 

February 18: Introductory Heart Opening

March 25: The Mindful Brain: What neuroscience can teach us about our brains during and after meditation.  *Pending interest, participants may have the opportunity to watch their brain waves (EEG) shift during meditation.

April 22: Non-identification with body or mind: Consciousness is a tool for investigating the activity of mind, for cultivating Self-Awareness and for experiencing a sense of Unity in the Stillness of meditation.

May 20: What is Awakening and can I do that?  Cultivating awareness of non-separation, and resting in the Stillness and abiding love that holds all Beings

(skip June)

July 22: Living in a state of non-separation (aka Stillness, Emptiness, Death of ego, Bliss, Union with God, or that which has no name)

Aug 19: Creating your own practice, together and with no-one present.

 

Open to the Community.  Donations are welcome or use a YU punch card.

 

 

Ann Fitzmaurice

Yoga for Everyday Life

Ann Fitzmaurice

Friday, June 8: 4-6:30pm.

Saturday, June 9: 10:30am-1:30pm

Sunday, June 10: 10:30am-1pm

The workshop focus will be yoga for healthy living

Friday — restorative Friday, a calming way to end the week and to draw your focus inward to begin the work of repair and rebalancing

Saturday — a therapeutic approach to yoga for hips and shoulders, including ways to stretch and strengthen these pivotal points of the body

Sunday — Soft yoga practice with deep stretching and supported poses followed by a guided meditation

Cost: Friday and Sunday are $45.00 per session Saturday session is $55.00 All three sessions are $130.00

To register, please drop off cash or check to Yoga Union, Sitka Fine Arts Campus Kellog Hall, or mail payment to PO Box 76, Sitka, AK 99835.

If you have any questions, please contact Ann Fitzmaurice 336-317-9232 anniefitzyoga@gmail.com www.think-yoga.com