Year Long Meditation: the  Sri Sukta mantra
Oct
24
7:15 PM19:15

Year Long Meditation: the Sri Sukta mantra

Year Long Meditation is underway. we will be offering several mediation focused classes and workshops over the next year.

the sri sukta mantra is made up of 16 mantras invoking the divine mother Sri. reciting them collectively nurtures and supports spiritual and worldly endeavors.

  • learn to practice this mantra and tap into the universal energies of beauty, auspiciousness, abundance, and prosperity of all kinds.

  • learn how the practice of using a mantra works

we will learn this mantra over the course of several YLM classes. even if you missed our first session last month, join us!

registration required
$20 (free to unlimited members) includes Sri Sukta booklet

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Book Club
Oct
27
3:00 PM15:00

Book Club

The Yamas & Niyamas: Exploring Yoga's Ethical Practice

by Deborah Adele

Join Diane for a discussion of The Yamas and Niyamas: Exploring Yoga’s Ethical Practice, by Deborah Adele. The yamas and niyamas (translated from sanskrit as restraints and observances) are two  of the eight limbs of yoga, as outlined in the yoga sutras, and are foundational to all yogic thought.

This engaging, clearly-written book guides readers into not only a deeper understanding of the yamas and niyamas, but suggests how to live them, as well. Each chapter explores one of the yamas or niyamas, and ends with a self-study section, on which we will base our discussion.

This club meets monthly, and we will discuss a new chapter each month. You are welcome to join at any point. Chapter for May: Aparigraha: Nonpossessiveness.

stay for our restorative class at 4:30pm…how wonderful!

no charge of course registration requested

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restorative yoga
Oct
27
4:30 PM16:30

restorative yoga

"through restorative yoga we remember how to relax and then bring that sense of relaxation into activity"_ Cyndi Lee  

our class includes deep, slow stretching with the use of props and focuses on relaxation with breathing. All fitness levels, including those new to yoga, are welcome to join this class.     

restorative yoga is also offered:

  • november 10th

  • november 24th

           

                                                                

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 BuxMont Yoga Alliance Presents The Mas and The Babas - a night of Kirtan
Nov
2
6:00 PM18:00

BuxMont Yoga Alliance Presents The Mas and The Babas - a night of Kirtan

Join The Mas and The Babas for an evening of kirtan bliss! Kirtan is a tradition of the yogic path, Bhakti Yoga. It uses call and response of Sanskrit mantras.
No experience needed. Join us for an evening of fun, mantra meditation, stories from India and more!

The Mas and The Babas are a kirtan collective with a percussion flavor. Traditional kirtan meets Western influence. The group is made up of professional musicians who are yoga teachers and spiritual leaders seeking to bring yoga into our daily lives.

Saturday, November 2 6:00pm-8:00pm registration required

$10 (the cost of this event is being offset by your generous donations to the BuxMont Yoga Alliance's programs)

check them out on facebook & instagram @themasandthebabas

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yin yoga
Nov
7
to Nov 21

yin yoga

this practice helps you balance the busy-ness of daily life. Yin involves variations of seated and supine poses held for several minutes. this holding reaches the deep layers of our connective tissue along with the muscles, creating greater flexibility and mobility throughout the body.

thursdays November 7th - 21st 7:15 pm -8:30 pm

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  aerial & acrobatics for kids (ages 9+)
Nov
16
11:30 AM11:30

aerial & acrobatics for kids (ages 9+)

The importance of getting into a good health and fitness routine at a young age can’t be overstated. Once we find an activity that we enjoy, we can do it for the rest of our lives.

The trick is to enjoy and have fun. This workshop is about enjoying, learning, leaving with a feeling of having succeeded.

$25 registration required, space is limited . children should wear shirts with sleeves (no tank tops) and little to no jewelry please. 

Upcoming Dates:

  • saturday, december 14th

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 Book Club
Nov
24
3:00 PM15:00

Book Club

The Yamas & Niyamas: Exploring Yoga's Ethical Practice

by Deborah Adele

Join Diane for a discussion of The Yamas and Niyamas: Exploring Yoga’s Ethical Practice, by Deborah Adele. The yamas and niyamas (translated from sanskrit as restraints and observances) are two  of the eight limbs of yoga, as outlined in the yoga sutras, and are foundational to all yogic thought.

This engaging, clearly-written book guides readers into not only a deeper understanding of the yamas and niyamas, but suggests how to live them, as well. Each chapter explores one of the yamas or niyamas, and ends with a self-study section, on which we will base our discussion.

This club meets monthly, and we will discuss a new chapter each month. You are welcome to join at any point. Chapter for May: Aparigraha: Nonpossessiveness.

stay for our restorative class at 4:30pm…how wonderful!

no charge of course registration requested

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  aerial & acrobatics for kids (ages 9+)
Dec
14
11:30 AM11:30

aerial & acrobatics for kids (ages 9+)

The importance of getting into a good health and fitness routine at a young age can’t be overstated. Once we find an activity that we enjoy, we can do it for the rest of our lives.

The trick is to enjoy and have fun. This workshop is about enjoying, learning, leaving with a feeling of having succeeded.

$25 registration required, space is limited . children should wear shirts with sleeves (no tank tops) and little to no jewelry please. 

Upcoming Dates:

  • saturday, december 14th

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restorative yoga
Oct
13
4:30 PM16:30

restorative yoga

"through restorative yoga we remember how to relax and then bring that sense of relaxation into activity"_ Cyndi Lee  

our class includes deep, slow stretching with the use of props and focuses on relaxation with breathing. All fitness levels, including those new to yoga, are welcome to join this class.     

restorative yoga is also offered:

  • october 27th

  • november 10th

  • november 24th

           

                                                                

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a weekend immersion of empowerment and skill building
Oct
4
to Oct 6

a weekend immersion of empowerment and skill building

Become a Facilitator
We want our message and our LOVE to spread. And we know that LOVE grows stronger when it grows in numbers. If you feel called to our mission and vision, we encourage you to become a leader in this revolution by participating in our 2-Part Facilitator Training. During Part 1 of the certification, the 15-hour weekend training, is led by one of our Certified Facilitator-Trainers (CF-Ts), who will provide guidance and instruction on how to facilitate our inspirational programs and walk you through the process of delivering these workshops in your own space. Our CF-Ts are dynamic and compassionate facilitators who will provide feedback to each trainee and leave you feeling inspired to create change in your community. This weekend training course is for any self-empowered woman who feels inspired to offer our curriculum to schools, camps, community centers, yoga studios, and other non-profit organizations. You will be trained by Embody Love Movement Founder, Dr. Melody Moore, during Part 2 of the certification. The training takes places in four 1-hour segments of an online training.
 
What is a Facilitator?
Facilitators are women who lovingly share Embody Love Movement’s revolutionary programs in studios, private practices, schools, camps, community centers and other non-profit organizations. The workshops that they facilitate focus on emotional expression, exposing media myths, changing the conversation from criticism to kindness, and recognizing self-worth and purpose.
 
How Facilitators Make a Difference:
This training provides participants with the curriculum and skills necessary to facilitate our transformative workshops and to inspire girls and women who participate in our programs to:
♥ Value who they are internally over their external appearance
♥ Be empowered to change the conversation from criticism to kindness
♥ Stop comparing themselves to a false idea of beauty and to others
♥ Find inspiration to embrace their purpose in the world
 
About Part I of The Training & Certification
When you participate in a Facilitator Training you are getting more than just exposure to our curriculum. Our CF-Ts are trained to help you build up your own abilities around facilitation and all the intricacies of this critical work. Because our workshops call upon participants to deepen their own understanding of self-image, self-love and self-acceptance, it is important that we do the same work with our facilitators. Our 15-hour training allows you to dive into the experience of an Embody Love Workshop and then walks you step-by-step through the key elements of facilitating the very work that you have just engaged in. You can expect the following during any of our Facilitator Trainings:
♥ Participation in an Embody Love Workshop led by a CF-T
♥ The being and doing of facilitation: holding safe space
♥ Projection, transference, and shadow work in groups
♥ Using yoga as a tool to find and keep body acceptance
♥ Finding your voice and sharing your truth: story telling that heals
♥ The detriments of body shaming and comparison
♥ Teaching media literacy and demystifying standard of beauty
♥ Practice, practice, practice of facilitation through role play
♥ How to spread the LOVE and bring the revolution to your community
 
Bringing ELM to Your Community:
Once you have participated in Facilitator Training, you will be able to start hosting workshops in your community. You will have the knowledge and skill set to offer various Embody Love Movement® Workshops Curriculum to various groups of individuals. We want to empower you to draw in what feels right to you and, at the same time, give back to the organization so that we can continue to offer and deliver to the greater whole. Facilitators are also more than welcome to deliver workshops at no cost and volunteer their time. We hold no expectations regarding which path you choose for any given workshop. Our workshops are interactive and designed for specific age groups. Each workshop takes participants through an embodied journey that changes the way they see and treat themselves and each other. 
 
Session I - friday, october 4th, 6:00pm-9:00pm
Session II - saturday, october 5th, 9:00am-5:30pm
Session III - sunday, october 6th, 10:30am-4:30pm
Registration is required, Space is limited

$395

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3 Wisdom Traditions Learning Lab
Sep
20
to Sep 22

3 Wisdom Traditions Learning Lab


Yoga therapeutics, ayurvedic medicine, and traditional clinical psychotherapy are three powerful healing traditions which can restore balance in life. Imagine applying all three synergistically to support the challenges in your life, or in the lives of clients and students! Designed for yoga teachers, yoga therapists, and Ayurvedic Yoga Specialists, this program will also support social workers, psychotherapists, nurses, and allied health professionals who are looking to supplement their work with clinical applications of yogic and ayurvedic practices.

The Three Wisdom Traditions (3WT) program is designed to support healthy physical, energetic, emotional, and mental functioning, and recovery from maladaptive thinking or behavioral patterns. A “wraparound” at-home treatment plan will help you and your yoga students learn to develop self-regulation, resiliency, adaptability, and interpersonal support.

The In-Person Learning Lab at Moondog Yoga introduces techniques from each of the Three Wisdom Traditions and provides opportunities for application. Explore combining techniques into a supportive blueprint for your own self-evolution, and practice with clinical adaptations of the 3WT system. Our work together will include examining case studies to develop at-home support plans.

As a Three Wisdom Traditions Wellness Coach you will also be mentored, as you learn to integrate these potent wisdoms into your work and be able to offer daily support to your clients using yogic practices, ayurvedic lifestyle, and diet, along with psychological approaches to positive thinking, healthy attachment, and self-regulation.

As a yoga teacher, ayurvedic practitioner, and clinical psychotherapist Kathryn Templeton has developed the Three Wisdom Traditions (3WT) program with two goals in mind:

To support caregivers and healing professionals of all traditions to create a balanced lifestyle, develop practices for their own self-care, and decrease burnout and secondary traumatization.
To offer practitioners of each Wisdom Tradition tools to provide wraparound support for clients and patients, to continue their healing work outside of the session.

Session I - friday, september 20, 6:00pm-8:30pm . Session II - saturday, september 21, 9:00am-5:00pm with 1.5 hours for lunch
Session III - sunday, september 22, 9:00am-3:30pm with 1.5 hours for lunch

Registration is required, Space is limited

$349

For certification as a 3WT Wellness Coach, there are three steps:

  • 1)Online completion of the 3WT Conceptual Foundations program on YogaInternational.com.

  • 2)In-Person Learning Lab Retreat to apply the conceptual theories presented in the online training.

  • 3) 3WT Mentoring Program- soon to be offered on YI this Spring

*You may take these programs in any order and at your own pace.




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200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training
Sep
18
6:00 PM18:00

200 Hour Yoga Teacher Training

Dive into a life-changing course of study to deepen your understanding of the yoga tradition, and your own personal yoga practice. Drawing from ancient yoga theory and modern knowledge of the body and mind, this program covers the complete scope of yoga practice: yamas and niyamas (lifestyle guidelines), asana (postures), pranayama (breath training), pratyahara (sense withdrawal), dharana (concentration), dhyana (meditation), and samadhi (self-realization). Our exceptional and dedicated teaching team comes from diverse backgrounds and offers over 100 years of combined experience in the practice and teaching of yoga.

This 200-hour certification program is a unique, completely immersive experience, from which you will emerge a capable, confident, and effective yoga teacher

fall session begins soon!

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donation class for Transformation Yoga Project
Sep
12
to Sep 19

donation class for Transformation Yoga Project

Transformation Yoga Project is partnering with yoga studios and community spaces across the Greater Philadelphia Area for its “30 for 30” fundraising campaign in honor of National Recovery Month’s 30th Anniversary, raising money and awareness for Trauma Sensitive Yoga for Recovery programs. The response from the community has been overwhelmingly positive. These 30+ donation-based yoga classes will support TYP’s services in a variety of recovery and behavioral health settings.

join us thursday night september 12th & 19th 7:15pm - 8:15 pm donation based class

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community class only $5
Sep
6
to Sep 27

community class only $5

Come experience the magic of yoga! This class invites all community members with or without any yoga experience! This is a great place to start if you are new to yoga. If you are experienced, this is a great addition to your practice!

friday nights in september 6:30pm -7:30pm All for the discounted price of $5!

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fall rejuvenation w/ Sarah Guglielmi
Sep
5
6:00 PM18:00

fall rejuvenation w/ Sarah Guglielmi

In an Ayurvedic Fall Rejuvenation, the idea is to nourish yourself deeply, on all levels, for a designated period of time. This deep nourishment allows your body to repair, regenerate, and revitalize all of your organs, tissues, and systems—including your mental, emotional, and spiritual state of being.

An Ayurvedic rejuvenation is typically conducted over 1-3 days, and includes a supportive daily routine, rejuvenative foods and teas, and nourishing yoga and relaxation practices. The process allows a release of excess heat from the summer, and builds reserves for the upcoming winter season. You can expect the rejuvenation process to be soothing, sweet, grounding, and enjoyable.

In this workshop, you will learn about all the aspects of a Fall Rejuvenation, taste test foods and teas, and be able to determine the right approach for your constitution (dosha). We'll close our time with a Fall Rejuvenation Asana practice to release heat, and restore the nervous system. At the conclusion of the workshop, you'll have the tools to conduct a rejuvenation for yourself at home.

Ayurvedic Rejuvenation

  • Improves strength, energy, and vitality

  • Bolsters immunity

  • Promotes courage, confidence, and success

  • Slows the aging process

  • Increases longevity

  • Improves memory

  • Promotes cellular intelligence

  • Brings balance, awareness, joy, and clarity into one’s life and relationships

thursday, september 5th 6:00pm - 8:30pm $60 if registered by 8/15 . $75 after 

- price includes Fall Rejuvenation E-Book to guide you at home and additional All Levels class taught by Sarah on Saturday, 9/7 at 9:30am and Sunday, 9/8 at 10:30am.

Sarah Guglielmi is a professional educator in the fields of yoga and ayurveda. A former engineer, she was drawn to yoga 15 years ago looking for relief from chronic stress. Sarah not only regained her health, but discovered a deeper dimension to life she finds rich and inspiring. Her overarching intention is to make the transformative power of yoga and ayurveda accessible to her students.

Sarah has served on the faculty of the Himalayan Institute for the past 10 years. She has taught numerous workshops on yoga practice, yoga philosophy, subtle energetics, and ayurvedic lifestyle. She travels nationally as a teacher trainer for the Himalayan Institute’s Yoga and Ayurveda Professional Certification programs. Sarah currently resides in Buffalo, NY, where she serves on the faculty of the Himalayan Institute of Buffalo and Daemen College.

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  yoga & wine with Black River Farms winery
Aug
16
6:30 PM18:30

yoga & wine with Black River Farms winery

our new neighbors are coming! help us welcome Black River Farms Winery to Quakertown. they will be coming to the Trolley Market across from Moondog.

each month we will hold a one hour yoga class followed by a wine tasting w/ food pairings.

a one hour yoga class followed by a wine tasting with food pairings. 

Fridays:

  • August 16th

6:30pm - 8:30pm $25 registration required must be 21 years of age

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aerial yoga, a  restorative class
Aug
4
11:00 AM11:00

aerial yoga, a restorative class

In a restorative aerial class, the hammocks are hung about a foot off the ground. The hammocks are used as props to help students come into poses more deeply, and hold them for several minutes. Gentle traction from the hammock helps add length to the spine, and aids in twists and folds. Inversions are also more accessible. The goal of an aerial restorative class is the same as for any restorative class--relax, renew, rejuvenate. The class is suitable for anyone, even those who have no aerial experience.

  • sunday, august 4th

  • sunday august 18th

space is limited, registration required regular class pricing applies but please be aware of our cancellation policy. 

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yoga l hike l unite
Jul
28
8:30 AM08:30

yoga l hike l unite

The BuxMont Yoga Studio Alliance happily invites you to our 2nd Annual summer event, Yoga | Hike | Unite!

Silent Meditation Hike 8:30am
Gentle All-level Yoga Practice 10am
Group Meditation 11:30am


FREE event! Donations are welcome.

Hosted by a heart-centered collective of neighboring yoga studios, Moondog Yoga, Anahata Yoga and Wellness, Shine Yoga Center, and Whole Body Yoga Studio.

Let’s come together as a community as we share the powerful practices of yoga, meditation, and compassionate consciousness.

Green Lane Park
2144 Snyder Rd.
Green Lane, PA 18054
Parking at corner of Deep Creek Rd. and Snyder Rd.

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aerial & acrobatics for kids (ages 9+)
Jul
20
11:00 AM11:00

aerial & acrobatics for kids (ages 9+)

The importance of getting into a good health and fitness routine at a young age can’t be overstated. Once we find an activity that we enjoy, we can do it for the rest of our lives.

The trick is to enjoy and have fun. This workshop is about enjoying, learning, leaving with a feeling of having succeeded.

$25 registration required, space is limited . children should wear shirts with sleeves (no tank tops) and little to no jewelry please. 

Upcoming Dates - saturday, august 10th

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 yoga & wine with Black River Farms winery
Jul
19
6:30 PM18:30

yoga & wine with Black River Farms winery

our new neighbors are coming! help us welcome Black River Farms Winery to Quakertown. they will be coming to the Trolley Market across from Moondog.

each month we will hold a one hour yoga class followed by a wine tasting w/ food pairings.

a one hour yoga class followed by a wine tasting with food pairings. 

Fridays:

  • July 19th

  • August 16th

6:30pm - 8:30pm $25 registration required must be 21 years of age

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 aerial yoga, a  restorative class
Jul
7
11:00 AM11:00

aerial yoga, a restorative class

In a restorative aerial class, the hammocks are hung about a foot off the ground. The hammocks are used as props to help students come into poses more deeply, and hold them for several minutes. Gentle traction from the hammock helps add length to the spine, and aids in twists and folds. Inversions are also more accessible. The goal of an aerial restorative class is the same as for any restorative class--relax, renew, rejuvenate. The class is suitable for anyone, even those who have no aerial experience.

  • sunday, july 21st

  • sunday, august 4th

  • sunday august 18th

space is limited, registration required regular class pricing applies but please be aware of our cancellation policy. 

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kids yoga (ages 5-12)
Jul
3
to Aug 28

kids yoga (ages 5-12)

Children, ages 5-12 are invited to join Miss Colleen for this fun filled class.

Games, songs, and of course yoga poses will help them gain confidence and learn the value of mindfulness.

wednesdays: july 3rd- august 28th 11:00 am - 12:00 pm student drop in rate of $13

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summer camps grade k-5 w/ Miss Colleen
Jun
24
to Jun 28

summer camps grade k-5 w/ Miss Colleen

Yoga Under the Sea for kids entering k-5.

Yoga helps children develop body awareness and learn to use their bodies in a healthy way. Through breath awareness, movement, mindfulness, and meditation, children can reduce stress and improve concentration. Yoga camp creates a healthy, non-competitive environment in which kids increase confidence and develop a positive self-image.

There will be games, stories, songs, crafts, and a healthy snack.


Monday through Friday, June 24th-28th . 9:00 am - 12:00 pm registration required $175 if registered by June 1st; $195 after

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yoga & wine with Black River Farms winery
Jun
7
6:30 PM18:30

yoga & wine with Black River Farms winery

our new neighbors are coming! help us welcome Black River Farms Winery to Quakertown. they will be coming to the Trolley Market across from Moondog.

each month we will hold a one hour yoga class followed by a wine tasting w/ food pairings.

a one hour yoga class followed by a wine tasting with food pairings. 

Fridays:

  • June 7th

  • July 19th

  • August 16th

6:30pm - 8:30pm $25 registration required must be 21 years of age

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 Yoga in the Park
Jun
5
to Aug 21

Yoga in the Park

every wednesday from june 5 - august 14th join Moondog yoga for an all levels yoga class in the park. this class will take place at the amphitheater located in the Park at 4th in the borough of Quakertown. 

the week of the full moon June’s “Dark Side of the Moon” practice is an all-levels class to the music of Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon.” The flow is usually taught during a full moon, and is based on two different versions of moon salutations, making it a little more meditative than a sun salutation-based practice. Moon poses, such as Half Moon, also round out the practice. These elements are the stable core of the practice, and a common theme throughout is the luminous lightness of the moon.

Wednesdays, June 5th to July 10th (Session I) July 17th to August 21st (Session II)
7:00pm-8:00pm

$15 per class; $76 per session. Moondog students may use their current pricing options.

BYOM - Bring Your Own Mat

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aerial yoga, a  restorative class
Jun
2
11:00 AM11:00

aerial yoga, a restorative class

In a restorative aerial class, the hammocks are hung about a foot off the ground. The hammocks are used as props to help students come into poses more deeply, and hold them for several minutes. Gentle traction from the hammock helps add length to the spine, and aids in twists and folds. Inversions are also more accessible. The goal of an aerial restorative class is the same as for any restorative class--relax, renew, rejuvenate. The class is suitable for anyone, even those who have no aerial experience.

space is limited, registration required

regular class pricing applies but please be aware of our cancellation policy. 

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community acupuncture
Jun
1
10:00 AM10:00

community acupuncture

Are you curious about acupuncture? From the comfort of your yoga mat you can experience the healing benefits this ancient art can provide.. You will be surrounded by other people receiving treatment at the same time. 

Please wear comfortable and loose fitting clothing.   $5 for unlimited members, $15 for all others.                                                              

registration required; space is limited                                                                                       

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 POP up  aerial yoga
May
29
7:15 PM19:15

POP up aerial yoga

Unnata® Yoga offers authentic yoga with the support of a soft, aerial fabric hammock to explore, refine and advance traditional asana, both in the air and on the ground.

in this class, we will build familiarity and comfort with the hammock, allowing you to move more freely, with less effort and strain, by counteracting gravity.

the hammock is a valuable tool for elongation of the spine, and building core strength, both of which are essential to a healthy back. While this class is designed for beginning aerial yoga practitioners, anyone is welcome join.

two essentials classes are required before you can join an intermediate unnata aerial yoga class.

for your comfort and to preserve our aerial silks we ask that you wear a shirt with cap sleeves and minimal jewelry.

regular class pricing applies.

registration required. class size limited.

see you in the hammock....

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yoga & TRX
May
25
11:00 AM11:00

yoga & TRX

Just like traditional yoga props, the TRX both supports and challenges many yoga poses, helping you deepen the stretch while working your entire body. In this specialty class we will use the straps both to come in to optimal alignment while in traditional poses and to tackle some poses that may seem daunting in a traditional class. 

Saturday, May 25th 11:00am-12:30pm $20; free to unlimited members registration required, space is limited

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POP up  aerial yoga
May
22
7:15 PM19:15

POP up aerial yoga

Unnata® Yoga offers authentic yoga with the support of a soft, aerial fabric hammock to explore, refine and advance traditional asana, both in the air and on the ground.

in this class, we will build familiarity and comfort with the hammock, allowing you to move more freely, with less effort and strain, by counteracting gravity.

the hammock is a valuable tool for elongation of the spine, and building core strength, both of which are essential to a healthy back. While this class is designed for beginning aerial yoga practitioners, anyone is welcome join.

two essentials classes are required before you can join an intermediate unnata aerial yoga class.

for your comfort and to preserve our aerial silks we ask that you wear a shirt with cap sleeves and minimal jewelry.

regular class pricing applies.

registration required. class size limited.

see you in the hammock....

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POP up  aerial yoga
May
15
7:15 PM19:15

POP up aerial yoga

Unnata® Yoga offers authentic yoga with the support of a soft, aerial fabric hammock to explore, refine and advance traditional asana, both in the air and on the ground.

in this class, we will build familiarity and comfort with the hammock, allowing you to move more freely, with less effort and strain, by counteracting gravity.

the hammock is a valuable tool for elongation of the spine, and building core strength, both of which are essential to a healthy back. While this class is designed for beginning aerial yoga practitioners, anyone is welcome join.

two essentials classes are required before you can join an intermediate unnata aerial yoga class.

for your comfort and to preserve our aerial silks we ask that you wear a shirt with cap sleeves and minimal jewelry.

regular class pricing applies.

registration required. class size limited.

see you in the hammock....

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donation yoga class supporting: steps for Stetler
May
6
to May 20

donation yoga class supporting: steps for Stetler

Mondays in May + Steps for Stetler = Community Yoga Class

100% of the proceeds from these classes will go towards the Steps for Stetler 5k fundraiser. 

Ryan Stetler is a Coach, teacher, father, husband, brother, son, and friend. He is also in for the fight of his life against stage 4 colon cancer.

Ages 12 -15 are welcome to attend our Community Yoga classes with a parent or guardian. 

$5 drop in, additional donations accepted in studio


May 6th, May 13th, May 20th

7:15-8:30pm

registration requested



The race itself will take place on Sun May 26, 2019 at the Quakertown Memorial Park. 

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restorative yoga
May
5
4:30 PM16:30

restorative yoga

"through restorative yoga we remember how to relax and then bring that sense of relaxation into activity"_ Cyndi Lee  

our class includes deep, slow stretching with the use of props and focuses on relaxation with breathing. All fitness levels, including those new to yoga, are welcome to join this class.     

restorative yoga is also offered:

  • sunday, may 19

           

                                                                

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gentle yoga: joints & glands
Apr
26
6:30 PM18:30

gentle yoga: joints & glands

Join Michelle and Katie for a gentle evening practice consisting of a simple movement routine aimed at increasing mobility of your joints and circulation of the physiological systems of the body such as respiratory and immune. Singing bowls will provide additional healing benefits. 


Friday, April 26th 6:30pm-8:00pm $20; free to unlimited members registration requested

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explore and prep Padmasana (lotus pose)
Apr
20
11:00 AM11:00

explore and prep Padmasana (lotus pose)

The word yoga evokes many images but perhaps one of the most classic is that of a yogi meditating in Lotus Pose / Padmasana with a serene face, eyes closed and legs twisted like a pretzel. While many of us can’t fathom how anyone could sit like that without cringing, let alone find peace in Padmasana, we may still be curious.

The short discussion at the beginning of this class will explore Lotus Pose, the venerated meditation seat. Learn about the benefits of starting a journey toward Padmasana, as well some key safety guidelines for that practice.

The alignment-based yoga practice will include preparatory poses, tips on incorporating Padmasana prep into your regular yoga practice and assistance finding a comfortable meditation seat – participants may or may not sit in Lotus for the 10-minute meditation at the end of class.

This class is best suited for those with some yoga and/or meditation experience.

If you are curious and drawn to the image of a yogi in Lotus Pose, as I am, come get your journey started in an approachable way.


Saturday, April 20th 11:00am-12:30pm
$20; free for unlimited members registration requested


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bhakti flow with Alison Gilheany
Apr
19
6:30 PM18:30

bhakti flow with Alison Gilheany

Bhakti translates as devotion and love of the divine in whatever form this takes for you. When we cultivate a bhakti yoga practice we are expanding into love, devotion and selfless service.

In this Bhakti Flow practice we will explore a joyful, love-filled mantra to open the space for the expansion of love, leading into a dynamic asana practice focusing on opening the heart. Through the progression of the flow we will soften the space of the heart, listen to select passages from the Bhagavad Gita, chant and establish ourselves as Warriors of Love both on and off the mat. You will leave feeling light, joyful and full of love.

This practice will be appropriate for all levels of experience, except for brand new beginners.


friday, april 19th 6:30pm -8:00pm $20 free to unlimited members

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