July - September 2018
12-1pm Yin Yang Yoga (donation) - Peg Burman
5:45-7pm *8wks ($80) 6/25-8/13* Sacred Dharma Flow - Naomi Cole
7:30-8:30pm Restorative Yoga - Emma Thomas
9-10am VinYin Yoga - Brooke DeVault
10:30-11:30am Feldenkrais Method - Terry Griffin
5:30-6:30pm Community Yoga (by donation) - Amy Hubbell
7-8:15pm Yin Yoga - Kirt Baab
5:30-6:30pm Vinyasa Flow - Abby Havill
7-8:30pm *1st & 3rd Wednesdays* Ecstatic Dance/Free Movement/ALL ages! (by donation)
7-8:30pm *2nd & 4th Wednesdays* Chakradance - Jessica Merwin $20/teens $15
10:30-11:30am Chair Yoga - Mari von Walthausen
12-1pm Slow Flow Yoga - Janice Johnson
5:15-6:15pm Restorative Yin Yoga - Brooke DeVault
7-8pm *4th Thursdays* Tibetan Singing Bowls - Eva Tytar ($12 suggested donation or pay what you can!)
No classes this day
9:30-10:45am Yoga for Recovery - Molly Stimac
1-2:30pm *3rd Sundays* Whole Wellness Yoga Series: Support your path to healing physically, emotionally, and spiritually through yoga, supplements, essential oils, and more. July 15, August 19, September 16: Positive Body Image. $10 to support Third Level Crisis Center. Register & pay at www.oryana.coop; cash or check day of, if space allows.
Yin Yang Yoga: This class combines the slow deep stretches of Yin yoga poses for maintaining ease and mobility through the joints and connective tissues along with the muscular stretch and strengthening of more active & heating poses. A balanced practice accessible to newer and experienced students alike. Some basic yoga experience helpful.
Restorative Yoga: Start your week off right, fortifying your nervous system for a more stress-resilient week ahead. Restorative Yoga is a practice that is all about moving into your relaxation response - restful poses on the floor completely supported with bolsters & blankets. Good medicine for winding down at the end of the day.
Sacred Dharma Flow: Open to receiving and exploring ways of finding your Dharma path.
We will explore through the body, mind and spirit, finding your Sacred Dharma path through yoga practice, guided meditation, journaling, and witnessing.
* The Physical Body - Learning powerful tools for women, including self-care massage techniques.
* The Emotional Body: Witnessing emotions, exploring love language, creating a safe container.
* The Spiritual Body: Moving toward trusting your soul path.
* Cleansing: Identifying areas in your life that need cleansing and the tools to do so.
* Sleep & Dream: Dream work techniques, and how to improve sleep, its importance on our hormone regulation, mood and health, including adrenal fatigue.
* Ritual & Ceremony: Intentionally creating a doorway to receiving and a life that is full!
Feldenkrais Method: Feldenkrais uses a process of organic learning, movement, and sensing to free you from habitual patterns and allow for new patterns of thinking, moving and feeling to emerge. The lessons are easy to do, of benefit to everyone, and the results can be extraordinary. For both short term needs for pain relief, rehabilitation and recovery, and long term goals of health, vitality and flexibility. For all abilities, no experience necessary.
Vin Yin Yoga (Vinyasa/Yin): This class combines a vinyasa practice that builds heat in the body through sun salutations and other standing postures with a yin practice that allows the connective tissues of the body to release. Modifications and props are always available. Some familiarity with the basic postures of yoga recommended.
Community Yoga: This class is an offering to the community in which students may make a donation, as they are able, in exchange for the class. We hope to make yoga accessible to a wider community regardless of current financial obstacles. This is an All Levels class open to everyone. It provides a well-rounded, safe and satisfying practice for able-bodied students. If you have acute injuries this class may not be suitable.
Yin Yoga: Yin yoga, a practice of breath, stillness, and release opens the body and the mind to new possibilities. This 75 minute class is suitable for students of all levels of experience. Participants will use props as aids to modify their practice on the mat so they can adapt the asanas to target muscles, ligaments, fascia, and other connective tissues. As they rest into the poses, the students will soothe physical structures, release emotional tensions, and release energy previously held tightly within their body. It is common for students of yin to sleep deeply, feel more confident, and surprise themselves by being resilient in the face of distress. Wear comfortable clothes and come prepared to find flexibility of body, mind, and spirit.
Vinyasa Flow: This class will empower students through movement, balance, and strength, linking one pose to the next with our breath. In addition to our flow, we try unique yoga poses to find new challenges in a safe environment. This class is suitable for all levels of yogis. Modifications and variations are always provided.
Ecstatic Dance: Not a class, but a community free form movement space where you can move to your inner rhythm. Music is selected to follow the "5 Rhythms", beginning slowly, building to a peak, then making it's way toward melodic and meditative to end in a space of quiet contentment. Guidelines: 1.) Move however you wish. 2.) No talking on the dance floor. 3.) Respect yourself, the space and one another. Ecstatic Dance is a drug & alcohol free space. Please also refrain from photos, video, shoes and scents. We begin and end sitting in an informal circle for optional sharing of thoughts, intentions, experiences, whatever is there to share. This is an all ages space! Children are very welcome:) Donation.
Chakradance: Are you a “Toe Tapper”, “Foot Stomper”, “Head Banger”, or “Booty Shaker”? Music is the universal language of humanity, bonding us all in a mutual kinship. Dance is the language of the soul. Chakradance reunites the individual with the collective, through an intimate guided meditation. It provokes spontaneous movement, activated by the varying vibrational tones of its carefully choreographed music, promoting a body-mind-soul connection. Explore this phenomenal healing modality and experience who you really are.
Chair Yoga: A creative & supported practice using the chair for seated poses, as well as, to support standing & balancing poses as needed. We do not get down onto the floor in this class, and if student is unable to practice standing poses they are welcome to remain seated and still receive all the benefits of moving with the breath, maintaining range of motion in the joints and gently building core stability. Beginner friendly.
Slow Flow Yoga: In this Slow Flow practice as we mindfully progress through a sequence of floor and standing asanas, the focus will be on body and breath awareness allowing the mind to quiet, providing the opportunity to be fully present in the moment. The slower pace allows for more exploration within each pose, provides a sustainable practice for all levels of students and offers the beginning student a safe and comfortable environment and experience. Class begins with a gentle warming and loosening of the muscles and joints, followed by some moderate strength, heat-building poses during the mid portion of the class and ends with cooling and restorative poses for a well-rounded yoga experience.
Restorative Yin Yoga:
Tibetan Singing Bowls: Relax into the healing sounds & vibrations of a beautiful collection of Singing Bowls played by Eva Tytar. You are welcome to make yourself comfortable in any way you choose, in a folding chair or on the floor with available mats, blankets, bolsters. Bring whatever you like to get extra comfy! All ages welcome. $12 or donation
Yoga for Recovery: This class is for anyone identifying and working with any form of addiction in their lives. This is an all levels yoga class that moves at a gentle pace to give you the opportunity to show up and be more present to yourself. Offered by free will donation.