Embodying Justice in the Yoga Community with Kate Johnson
As yoga teachers, we’re not just teaching yoga — we’re teaching people. How can we make our classes as accessible as possible for people of all backgrounds and lived experiences? Open to all teachers in any field.
The Shala Book Club postponed!
One extra week to read Parable of the Talents by Octavia Butler. (This is a sequel; it is recommended that you read Parable of the Sower first)
Now meeting on Friday, September 25, 6:45-8pm
yoga in the park!
socially distanced yoga in the park – limit 35 people so sign up in advance. weather permitting. wear a
mask and bring a mat and a water bottle.
BIPOC classes + give back Friday class
A portion of the proceeds from each Give Back Friday class taught by Kristin & Barbara will go toward building our Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion program. Starting in October, we will be offering BIPOC classes on Sundays, 4:30 to 5:30pm, with Shevy on Oct 4 and Sasha on Oct 18. Additional donations are welcome, whether you take class or not. you can donate here.
Sit With It: A Monthly Meditation + Discussion Series
Topic for our next meeting: alchemizing anger with Caroline & Sasha
An Evening with Abdi Assadi
Meditation + a discussion about his new book, A Healer’s Handbook
This month we will dedicate to the launching of Sharon Salzberg’s new book, Real Change: Mindfulness to Heal Ourselves and the World
yoga sutra study with maria rubinate
yoga sutra study is starting again on thursday mornings. if you can’t make the class it’s possible to email email@example.com afterwards for a recording
Slow/down with Joanna Cantor starts 9/10
slow and steady (moderately challenging) vinyasa evolves into a yin (deep release) and restorative (deep rest) practice. expect to build some heat and to connect deeply with your breath, preparing you for relaxation and release. this class will help tone the nervous system and build tools to manage stress and anxiety. all levels welcome. veterans practice free.
200 + 300-hour Shala Teacher
Next 200-Hour and 300-Hour teacher training March to November 2021! partial scholarships are offered for BIPOC students, in keeping with the shala’s aspirations for a more racially diverse teaching body. email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Donate to the Shala
help support the shala beyond a sustaining class card if you are able. we accept donations via mindbody and zelle (to email@example.com)