Soul-Full Yoga Series

Saturdays at 2 pm, approximately 2 hours


MeditationYoga – Meditation – Mindfulness – Total Restoration

This class will start with a series of poses that center around opening and balancing the seven chakras. Each pose will connect with a different chakra and will be held long enough to relax and explore the sensations of both body and mind. Very slow, meditative movements that are ideal for a yogini of any level. The intention is to move into the practice, going beyond the physical, mental and emotional to explore the spiritual sensations and connections. After the poses we will take an extended shivasana to rest, and follow up with a series of breathing exercises, ending with a guided meditation. Using the physicality of the poses to get into a more Soul-full and intuitive space, we then use the breathing exercises and meditation as tools to deepen our connection to self.


Upcoming Dates:

February 21

March 28

April 18

May 16

Living Yoga

Julie Mackiewicz and other instructors

Saturdays 1 – 2:00 pm

$15 drop in, yoga punch card, Unlimited Yoga card

922f2e252c486597aba2b71cd4378c78In this class, we’ll take our practice off the mat, exploring different facets of yoga through a variety of topics, teachings and stories. Yoga is a living practice, active spiritual following and philosophical study, there is so much more than asanas alone. Learn some of the amazing and integral pieces of the Yogic Life that makes it one of the most powerful and healthy practices in the world. Mudras, bandhas, nutrition, pranayama, breath, mantras, the experience of studying yoga and more will be covered in this ongoing series that will be lead by Julie but with varying perspectives of different teachers too!

Upcoming Dates

  • January 24 – Dharma: Our work in the world, our soul’s deepest purpose

  • February 28 – Transformation: The alchemy of the practices of yoga

  • March 21 –  Kali: Storytelling and Myths, their meaning and mantra.

  • April 25 – Pranayama: Take Control of Your Life – Hosted by Chelsea Latham

  • May 23 – Yamas and Niyamas: an overview and storytelling about Patanjali