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Gentle Hatha Yoga - 4-Week Series with Anne Cleveland

April 30 - May 21
Wednesdays, 7:15pm-8:15pm

  Gentle Yoga is a class structured around rejuvenating and healing

  the body. Yoga props such as blankets, blocks, bolsters and straps

  may be used to allow the body to fully achieve each position deeply

  and comfortably. The Yoga Wall may also be used during class to help

   students achieve length in the spine and release of spinal muscles.

~ Class is held at a slower pace and focuses on stretching all areas 
     of the body, while releasing stress and tension from joints and muscles
  ~ Ideal for anyone wanting to work on stress-release, flexibility and
     balance ~ gradually and comfortably


Regular class rates apply, drop in's welcome!

 Kundalini Workshop with Hari Das Kaur

  May 17, 2-4pm

We will do Kundalini Yoga and meditations and breathing techniques
to increase our positivity, to become stronger,
and highly intuitive.

Please join us for a very uplifting afternoon!

Cost: $20 pre-reg., $25 drop in

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Sat Nam Rasayan

Healing Through Consciousness with Hari Das Kaur

April 23 & May 28,  7:15pm-9:15pm


Learn the sacred healing art of Sat Nam Rasayan!

All of us are born with the innate capacity to heal. In this intimate and

experienced class you will learn how easy it is to reclaim that ability.  

You will learn an ancient yogic healing system that uses your awareness and

your consciousness as its only tool.

Sat Nam Rasayan is rooted in the healing traditions of Kundalini Yoga.

It is based on the quality of human consciousness that allows it to become

transcendent. Anyone can learn Sat Nam Rasayan!  We will begin with pranayams

(breathing exercises) and meditation and  then explore Sat Nam Rasayan -

which is performed between a healer/teacher and an individual or group.


SNR has a variety of uses and benefits:

It can alleviate depression, anxiety, stress, or be used to diagnose specific physical
diseases and their root cause.  It can also bring a deep state of peace to the healer,

as it requires entering a very high meditative state to an expanded consciousness so

that the healer can "pick up" on the "discontinuity" of energy flow in the subject's
physical and subtle bodies.

Join us for an experience that will change your perception of reality and bring

you a deep state of peace.


Cost: $20 pre.-reg., $25 thereafter

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  Preventing & Relieving Low Back Pain

  Yoga Wall Workshop with Dr. Alison McLean

  May 3,  1-3pm


Do you suffer from low back pain, or wish to prevent low back pain

from taking hold?

There are a variety of issues that can cause pain, in this workshop

we will work on a few steps to address this common ailment.


◌  Explore how the hips, pelvic position and core stability can affect the lower back
◌  Understand why some asanas work for some students and not for others
◌  Utilize the Yoga Wall to create improved space between the joints
◌  Learn asanas to maintain the mobility, stability and length found in class

Dr. Alison Mclean, DPT HHP, RYT-200
has been a student of Yoga since 2001 and received

her 200 hour Yoga Certification with Gerhard Gessner at Prana . Ali recently studied under

Rachel Krentzman and Judith Hanson Lasater where she practiced integrating Yoga with

Physical Therapy techniques. In addition to her Yoga Teaching, Alison is also a Massage

Therapist with over 1000 hours of experience. Ali's Yoga classes are a combination of

knowledge from PT, as well as past experiences, put into an Alignment based Yoga

Practice to help with prevention/rehabilitation from injury. 


Cost: $35 by May 1, $45 thereafter

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  Yin & Yang Yoga for Athletes

  with Anne Cleveland

   May 18, 2-4pm


  Yin/Yang for Athletes workshop begins with a breath-based

  Yoga practice to build heat in thebody. This heat prepares the

  body to then melt deeply into a luscious hour of Yin Yoga

  (restorative, deep release) and Yoga Nidra, or yogic sleep.

  It is said that one hour o fYoga Nidra is equal to four hours of normal

  sleep, and isthe secret of great yogis.

Why practice Yoga if you're an athlete?

¨ Helps with injury prevention
¨ Engages inner strength
¨ Increases cardiovascular capacity
¨ Promotes recovery in between training sessions
¨ Maintains a healthy and balanced state of being
¨ Promotes cleansing of toxins from the body
¨ Develops a new sense of clarity and confidence from within... helps with pre-race jitters!

It is okay if you can't touch your toes. Yoga is extremely effective at improving flexibility over time.

Other benefits of yoga include improved balance, strength, mood and ability to sleep.

"Yin/Yang for Athletes" is for anyone who would like to learn how to complement their training

routine with yoga, from beginners who have never tried yoga before to those who have been

practicing for years.  The "Yin" and "Yang" will be presented with alignment-based instruction and

appropriate modifications for all levels of participants.  We will explore yoga as both a

strength and endurance workout and a powerful recovery practice.


Anne Cleveland, E-RYT 500

Anne is a Level III Reiki Master-Teacher and certified in Quantum Touch Hands-on Healing.

Her accomplishments as an elite open water swimmer were recognized in 2010 when she was

inducted into the International Marathon Swimming Hall of Fame. Anne has been featured

in Yoga Journal,The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, SWIMMER

Magazine and other national publications.

She currently teaches yoga and coaches long distance open water swimming worldwide.

Anne's teaching borrows from a variety of yoga styles, influenced by her training in

Anusara, Svaroopa,  Iyengar and Raja yoga. Whether it's a challenging Vinyasa practice,

Gentle Hatha or Restorative,she teaches with compassion and a deep understanding of

how yoga positively changes the way we live our lives.

Visit www.annecleveland.com for more information


Cost: $35 by May 16, $40 thereafter

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