Sunday 12/8 Didgeridoo Deep Stretch with Zach McNabb and Wendy Swanson, 6:15-7:30pm at East BlvdClick to Register Now!
Enjoy our most popular class with Didgeridoo vibrations provided by Zach McNabb. The didgeridoo is an indigenous Australian instrument that is best known for its healing tones and deep vibrations. It’s a perfect addition to Deep Stretch, which is a relaxing class made up entirely of floor postures, suitable for all body types and experience levels.
Investment: $16 Drop in, or a class off your regular pass
Thursday 12/12 “Nobody Likes A Grumpy Elf” Yoga & Massage Workshop with Allison Modafferi Brewster and Lindsay Rigsbee 7:15-9pm at East Blvd
Be Yoga and Dilworth Bodyworks present the 5th annual “Nobody Likes A Grumpy Elf” Yoga & Massage Workshop! Soothe your spirit for the holidays with heart-opening asana, grounding breathwork, therapeutics and restoratives for the shoulders and hips, along with guided massage to relieve tension in the neck, shoulders and lower back. In this workshop, Lindsay and Allison will focus on opening to receive the gifts of the season, while staying centered amidst the hustle and bustle. Also, learn take-home massage techniques to share the love with your favorite elves!
This workshop is a favorite and fills up quickly! Treat yourself or bring another elf.
$30 individual, $50 for you & an elf buddy
Max students: 24 – Register today!
All you need is your yoga mat.
Saturday 12/14 Stoke Your Inner Fire with Audrey Baran 2-4pm at East BlvdClick to Register Now!
Feeling chilly? Light your fire from the inside-out in this belly warming workshop! Join Audrey as we explore the deep and superficial abdominal muscles, their function and power, and techniques to keep your digestive fire burning smoothly. Ignite your inner pilot light and stay warm during the cold winter months!
Friday 12/20 Your Light as your Gift with Bill Mahony and Sarah Faircloth 7:30-9:30pm at East BlvdClick to Register Now!
The dark, winter solstice is a good time both to turn toward an inner quiet and to bring the light of the heart into the world. It is a time of giving. This evening we will hear short teachings from the Upanishads, ancient sources of yoga philosophy, that remind us that a life oriented toward inner stillness, respect for others, generosity and compassion can be our own offering of light to the world.
The Winter Solstice evening event weaving the following practices together:
- Asana (poses) for all levels
- Pranayama (breathing)
- Discussion based on a sacred text
$30 Early bird registration before December 15; $40 after
William K. Mahony, PhD, is Professor of Religion at Davidson College and is known in the international yoga community for his informed and warm teaching that is accessible to students at all levels. Bill has written numerous books and articles on the spiritual traditions of India, including those based on the Upanishads, and has a deep understanding for the yogic life grounded in over four decades of his own spiritual practice. He always enjoys teaching with Sarah.
Sarah has shared her passion and love for yoga for more than a decade. She has led teacher trainings, workshops, retreats, and public classes students of to all levels. She is known for her playful and knowledgable presentation. She adores teaching with Bill.
Saturday 12/21 Donation Class for The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention with Emily Grom and Ashley Voyer 2-4pm at Carmel Click to Register Now!
On the darkest day of the year, survivors Ashley Voyer and Emily Grom will lead a class designed to help alleviate personal struggles through heart and hip openers. Suggested donation: $15
Tuesday 12/31 Candle Lit Deep Stretch Master Class with Ashley Avilez 6-8pm at East BlvdClick to Register Now!
Join Ashley E-RYT 200, Reiki Master and Massage therapist in this relaxing and restorative practice. Allow the physical body to open, give your nervous system a much needed break, and treat the senses with peace and stillness. Leave this workshop feeling refreshed, open, and light as a feather. After a short warm up you can expect to hold floor poses for a longer period of time, open the body in it’s full range of motion and experiment with breathwork.
“Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.” – Arthur Ashe
Start your yoga journey with the knowledge and the tools to enjoy every class and to feel good in your body. Remember, it doesn’t matter how flexible you are or how strong you are–it’s all about practice!
Over this four week series, you’ll learn:
- Basic alignment principles to help you get the most out of your postures. We’ll also take a look at how foot and hand placement on your mat helps you to create new and lasting muscle memory.
- Hip and shoulder rotations–how to keep your joints healthy and strong.
- Breathing. What is yoga breathing and how it helps you build strength and stamina and also, how it helps you relax and restore.
- Modifications and variations of common poses. How to adjust your practice to fit your individual needs, accommodate your range of motion and work through injury.
- How yoga works, simple short meditations to help you relax, work through stress and savor the moment!
Investment: $50, Save $5 if you sign up by 12/25. Registration ends 1/1. Email email@example.com with questions.
Start 2014 off in the healthiest way possible & do something just for YOU. Great for beginners or those who are returning to yoga and need a refresher. References to the astounding benefits of yoga are everywhere these days. So what’s all the buzz about? Find out for yourself in this fun and informative series that will prepare you for the Align & Flow classes.
You will learn the essential basics to build a healthy & strong yoga practice with a solid foundation in breathing techniques (to relax, restore and energize) and alignment based yoga postures. Alternative, safe and effective versions of all postures will be discussed, allowing even beginners to move with safety, ease and awareness. You will finish the series with a new confidence to start your yoga practice in 2014 AND meet some warm & caring people in our community. No special clothing required, just dress comfortably. Please bring your own mat if you have one.
Instructor: Anje Seufert, MS, RYT-200 is a Certified Yoga Teacher and Integrative Therapist with Fertile Ground Therapy. Anje has a background in counseling & biofeedback and has been teaching yoga for close to 10 years. Be ready to laugh, learn and enjoy every move you make throughout this series to explore the benefits of yoga for YOU.
Cost: $55 for all 4 weeks. Sign up before 12/19 and save $5! Registration is required. Space is limited.
Do you want to learn how to really teach yoga to kids and teens? Level One: Get Grounded with Margaret (Mags) Maurice, E-RYT, RCYT January 11-12th and 25-26th Saturdays 9-5pm and Sundays 1-5pm at Be Yoga South A Groundbreaking invitation to create authentic presence, complete engaging groundwork and be your most elevated self with kids of all ages.
Click to Register at gogrounded.com! or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 704-802-9591
“The Grounded Program is a methodology used to enable and certify students of all ages, Kids-Adults, to not only learn yoga but to teach it as well.”
What to bring/wear: wear loose fitting clothes with layers, socks, 2 yoga mats and blankets, firm pillows or bolster. Be Yoga has blankets and rental mats available.
Investment: $499 with an early bird pricing of $449 ending three weeks prior to the event.
This is a 30 hour certification course in how to teach aerial yoga. Completing this course will give you a thorough understanding of aerial yoga and will also make you eligible to teach aerial yoga classes for AerialCLT and Be Yoga. This course is also beneficial for those looking to deepen their understanding of aerial yoga.