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Asanas (poses) are the most common way to practice yoga, but there is so much more goodness to be found in this beautiful and transformative tradition. Our yoga workshops are intended to explore the other sides of yoga – self study, meditation, detachment, and discipline to name a few – and help you integrate them into your everyday life. From awakening your creativity to offering tools to deal with stress and anxiety, our yoga workshops will bring your practice to a whole new level

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Arm Balancing Playshop (series)

Dates: Friday, August 24
Time: 5:45 – 7:45 pm
Instructor:  Bailey Robertson
This Arm Balance Playshop will introduce practitioners to technique that will help them get onto their hands safely, with a goal of longevity for our poses, rather than dramatic expression. The first phase of the Playshop is the 5:45pm Vinyasa Flow class that precedes it; that hour-long class will prepare yogis to balance by working relevant muscle groups, and warming up and stabilizing the joints. That way, we can move right into the heart of our 45-minute arm balance practice: we will establish the foundations for safe alignment in each posture, workshop the poses together, and overcome our fears of flying in a safe, informative, and playful space!
$25 Drop-In for non-members (includes the 5:45pm Vinyasa Class + Playshop)
$10 for members

Tea, Tarot Cards, &Truth

Dates: Friday, July 20
Time: 7-8pm
Instructor:  Nicole Peralta

Are you ready to sip some tea, learn how tarot cards can spark a creative journaling discipline? Enjoy an evening as we gather for a TEA + TAROT CARDS + TRUTH workshop with Houston-based vegan chef & yoga teacher Ash Agnite and artist & yoga teacher Nicole Peralta. This class will teach students how to develop a very unique creative ritual: utilizing the calming energy of tea and learning how to use tarot cards as the creative spark for a writing practice.

All-levels everything with accessible and adaptable techniques for everyone. Early Bird $39 through July 17.

Harnessing the Power of Plants

Dates: Saturday, July 21
Time: 12:30-2pm
Instructor:  Courtney West

It’s no secret that summer is a sweltering affair in Houston. While we can’t do anything to change the weather we can use cooling herbs and foods to help create balance and relief. In this plant-centric workshop we’ll go over the basics of plant energetics as well as which herbs and foods are energetically cooling. Participants will be provided with plenty of recipes and suggestions to play with at home as well as the opportunity to sample some cooling snacks during the workshop. Early Bird $30 through July 20.

Chocolate, Coffee, & Drawing

Dates: Sunday, July 29
Time: 12:15-3pm
Instructor:  Nicole Peralta

Enjoy an afternoon of CHOCOLATE MEDITATION + COFFEE + CREATIVE DRAWING with with Houston-based artist & yoga teacher Nicole Peralta. Come discover a new culture through an afternoon of mindfulness featuring how to draw ancient Mexican artifacts and the delicious flavors of Latin American chocolate and coffee.

All-levels everything with accessible and adaptable techniques for everyone. $35 early bird rate through July 26.

Register HERE!

Anatomy of Adjustments

Dates: Sunday, September 9
Time: 11:00-3:30pm
Instructor:  Kristina Keller

This is a CEU workshop for yoga teachers and is open to experienced practitioners.

Some topics that will be covered:

  • When, why and how to touch or NOT to touch
  • The functional anatomy of joints and how to keep them happy and safe in adjustments
  • The difference between an adjustment, an assist, and “touch”
  • Defining the qualities of a “good adjustment”
  • Intelligent and sound alternatives to common adjustments
  • The power of touch to heal and the “quality of touch”
  • Clarifying and cultivating the intention of your “touch”

Bring your questions and a notebook and be prepared for a lively and dynamic exchange. You can expect lecture, discussion and physical practice.

Investment: Early Bird $125 through Aug 31, Regular Rate $150

Kristina Keller, ERYT 200, YACEP, is a native Houstonian and has been practicing Yoga in one form or another since her early childhood. Kristina’s extensive studies of anatomy, physiology, neuroscience, psychology, philosophy, physics and consciousness give her an enhanced understanding of the science and practice of Yoga. She has been teaching Yoga for 12 years locally and traveling to teach workshops and advanced studies programs.