Yoga for Beginners Series
Led by Karuna O'Donnell
4 Week Workshop
Next Session Dates; Mondays October 16, 23, 30 & November 6
6:00- 7:00 pm
Workshop series cost; $90
In addition to the workshop series, each participant will receive a one hour private yoga session with Karuna O'Donnell ($125 value). If you are just beginning, beginning again or want to refine your your Yoga practice, this Workshop Series is for you! Karuna will guide you in building your Yoga practice from the foundation. Each posture will be taught in a way that allows you to develop a vital, healthy, safe and mindful Yoga practice.
In this series you will;
- Explore the foundational postures of Yoga
- Learn fundamental principles of alignment
- Learn to effectively use breath techniques in you practice
- Learn about the 8 Limbs of Yoga
- Receive guidance in the creation of a safe Yoga practice
- Build your strength
- Increase your flexibility
- Improve your posture
- Build your confidence
- Calm stress
- Focus your mind
- Have your questions answered
Each workshop will build upon the previous one. Participants are required take the entire workshop series to absorb the many facets of starting or beginning again with a yoga practice. This workshop was designed for you to feel prepared and confident heading into your Yoga classes.
Led by Brenda Hernandez
This is a quarterly workshop. Please check back for the next session in early 2018.
Workshop Cost; Sliding scale $5-20. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
Restorative Yoga & Space to Feel;
a workshop for those who are experiencing or have experienced reproductive loss and infertility.
Belly Dance Sangha Series
Led by Keyona Aviles
Saturdays October 14, 21, 28 & November 4
Series Class; Participants must attend the whole series
Series Cost; $100
The sacred and healing art of belly dance was made by women for women, as a way to celebrate and strengthen our form. Come shake, shimmy, and sashay stress away! Over four sessions we’ll get in touch with our true nature through dance, meditation, and pelvic floor-work. Designed to enrich your sense of self, adventure, and worth! Preregistration required. Great for beginners, all levels welcome. Limited hip scarfs provided, so if you have one, bring your own!
THE YOMA METHOD
Created by martial artist and certified yoga instructor Mecca Nelson, THE YOMA METHOD is a physical workout to affect spiritual work inwards. Nelson conceived the program especially for pre-teen to adult women.
Led by Mecca Nelson
Saturday October 21, 2017
2pm - 5pm
THE YOMA METHOD TECHNIQUE
Nelson’s own daughter inspired her to teach THE YOMA METHOD to a younger audience. The challenges that young girls face, from physical safety to emotional distress, are in abundance. THE YOMA METHOD classes and workshops are designed to help them feel empowered, secure, and emotionally stable, all while having fun.
Students who enroll in THE YOMA METHOD classes are taught many techniques and physical practices to help achieve the following goals:
-Increased body awareness
-Practical knowledge of self defense
-Increased confidence and security
-Emotional intelligence and the ability to navigate intense life moments
-Self control and clarity of mind
You Good Sis ?
Led By Jaylee Oberg and Rachael Junard
October 29th, 1:30-3:30 Theme: Easy, Everyday Self Care Tips
November 12th, 1:30-3:30 Theme: TBA
December 16th, Time/Theme: TBA
Jaylee Oberg and Rachael Junard are the cofounders of You Good, Sis? Two RYT-200 yoga instructors who first connected over the lack of POC wellness spaces in the greater Boston area
and who are very excited to be cultivating this space and fill the need to increase diversity in the wellness arena.
You Good, Sis is the mental, spiritual and physical check in for the black and brown individuals who deal with the intersections of being a person of color in this day and age. We gather to talk about practices of self care, lift each other up and rejuvenate to give us the balance we need to continue living wholly. Through yoga, meditation, making meals, and other activities--we’ll be there to always ask, You Good, sis?
*note: You Good, Sis is for those who identify as black/brown women, all our welcome, but please recognize who the space is for.
Join us on Sunday October 29th from 1pm to 3pm at Four Corners Yoga for our first You Good,Sis workshop. You will be guided through a soulful vinyasa flow, meditation, and we will be discussing self care tips as well as making our own essential rollers!
Your $30 registration will include:
*45 minutes of a vinyasa flow dedicated to slowing down and connecting with self
*Tools for meditation practice
*DIY roll on essential oil stick that alleviates stress
*Discussion on self care practice
*Building a community!
*Light snacks and drinks
**Please let us know if you need a mat, a limited number of mats will be available**
Please arrive on time. Those who arrive later than 1:15pm will unfortunately not be able to participate.