Saturday Sessions: The Wisdom Body
to Aug 24

Saturday Sessions: The Wisdom Body

Saturday Sessions: The Wisdom Body

During this series, we’ll weave the myths and metaphors of the Yoga Tradition, with modern bio-mechanics, intelligent alignment, and powerful action. This synthesis of east and west, to bring both magic and meaning, is called Wisdom Body.


Saturdays, 10am-12pm

6/8- Session 1: Koshas: Understanding the Layers of Being

6/22: Session 2: Centered: Susumna and the Spine

7/20: Session 3: the Dance of Opposites: Sun/Moon, Ida/Pingala, Backbends/Forwardbends

8/10 - Session 4: Mula: the pelvic floor and kundalini

8/24 - Session 5: 1000 petaled lotus: the crown/head/neck and consciousness

Register Here for Drop-Ins ($50/session):

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Free Your Fascia
10:00 AM10:00

Free Your Fascia

Ever feel stuck in your body? Like things have gotten shrink-wrapped together? It’s time to Free Your Fascia!

Fascia is the connective structures that run around your muscles, encase your organs, and even weave through your bones. Many bodyworkers believe THIS (not your muscles!!) is the key to freedom in your body.

When you learn about fascia, you experience your body differently. After just scratching the surface of this in classes, students reported life long injuries loosening, opening, unraveling. So we’re goin’ to make a day of it.

You’ll learn how to:

  • Open your connective tissue when practicing so that asana feels more like massage.  

  • Make the stretch “stick” so you feel like you’re making progress with your flexibility and alignment (vs. going in and having to do it all over again every practice). 

  • Keep the body “juicy” and fluid vs. stiff and brittle over time.

  • Use the state of your fascia as a “stress test”

Only 16 spots available.

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Photo from the cover of Joanne Avison’s book “Yoga: Fascia, Anatomy and Movement

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Yoga Club 2019
to Dec 15

Yoga Club 2019

The Bhagavad Gita has been a primary text of the yoga tradition for centuries and has inspired modern minds like Mahatma Gandhi, Henry David Thoreau, and Carl Jung.  

During the course of the year, we'll break down the content of the Bhagavad Gita to make the major themes more accessible and digestible. There is an opportunity to sign up for the year and also for individual semesters of Yoga Club.  Each Semester has a thematic focus from the Gita and a book that will guide our study.

Day/Time: Sacred Sundays, 10am-1pm

Fall Semester: Bhakti Bliss - 9/22, 10/6, 10/27, 11/10, 11/24, 12/8 

Location: The Space SF

More Information and Registration Here:

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