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Event Cancelled: Self Massage + Sound Bath with Megan Young

This Event is Cancelled Thursday, January 4th, 6 - 7:30 pm   Join Megan Young for a relaxing self-care exploration this holiday season. This workshop will include: A guided self-massage practice using yoga therapy balls and breathwork, aimed to create more freedom in the soft tissues of the body A restorative yoga sound bath with crystal singing bowls and tuning forks, to sink into bliss and renewal Offer yourself space for self-inquiry, recalibration, release, and rest a we wind down the year. All are welcome. In-studio only EB $35 / Day of $45 Special Pricing for ISHTA Members / Acharya In-studio only _____________ Megan Young understands that most of us could use help to feel more at home in ourselves. Her classes are dogma-free, light-hearted, and full of nurturing space for you to have your...

Autumn Thai Massage Workshop with Susan Ingraham

Register Here A sequence designed to soothe nervous imbalances leaving you grounded, calm, and restored. Thai yoga massage is an ancient healing practice with roots In Ayurveda that combines elements of yoga stretching, acupressure, and palming techniques that leave both the giver and receiver feeling deeply relaxed and rejuvenated. Bring a partner or find one here to learn how to give and enjoy receiving a Thai massage sequence to open energy lines, release trapped energy, and generates fresh energy.  You will learn simple yet deeply effective moves that you can practice on loved ones at home or incorporate into a professional modality. Practice will end with participants relaxing while Susan applies some thai massage techniques with warm and calming fragrance essential oils. *This form of bodywork is done fully clothed...

Rescheduled: Letting Go of Fear – Inversion Workshop with Jodie Rufty

Register Here This workshop has been rescheduled - we will update you on the new date - thank you!  Inversions are a great venture into the unknown. It is the "unknown" that most of us fear, and being upside down can be an overwhelming experience. The fear of falling or of hurting oneself is an obvious factor, yet the deeper unconscious fear is often the fear of death..our mortality. To remain conscious when all of your normal body/mind landmarks shift takes great courage and attention.Inversions make us stronger. They improve strength in our spines and upper body as well as mental and emotional courage. Inversions invite us to gently confront our fears and therefore move through them. Through constant discipline and practice inversions can soon become as...