Workshops + Events

Kids + Tweens Series with Miss Holly
November 14th-December 5th//Wednesday Evenings 5:30-6:30 pm
Ages 7-12
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Ashtanga Open Mat with Morgan Adams  
November 18th 11 am-1 pm

Come learn Ashtanga Yoga in a relaxed, inclusive, and intimate environment!  Leave the Ashtanga intimidation at the door.  It is a yoga practice that can be modified for everyone, and our goal is to intelligently modify it for you with appropriate variations in order to establish an enjoyable and grounded practice. In AOM we will go through the standing series of Ashtanga Yoga as a group, and then break off into smaller groups to go over the Marichiasana postures found in the primary series.  We’ll go over safe adjustments and hierarchies of posture modifications, as well and breathing and bandhas (muscular locks) to help bolster your Ashtanga practice. Additionally, we’ll break down jump throughs and jump backs!  Exercises, modifications, and tips will be offered to get you flowing back and forth from the sun and moon poses of Ashtanga. Our goal is to have regularly scheduled AOMs and create a local community of Ashtanga Yoga practitioners so we can all practice together and learn from each other!

Gentle Yoga + Mantra Meditation with Amanda
November 18th 5:45-6:45 pm


Feeling stressed? Sluggish? Lonely? Anxious? Excited? Are you looking to deepen your yogic practice further by calling upon, and awakening “stuck” energies?  Each week we will begin class with a freshly brewed cup of herbal tea that aids in saucha or “purification,” that will ease respiratory discomfort, combat exhaustion, and mental sluggishness before and during the exploration of mantra recitation, or japa, to strengthen our yogic practice through abhyasa or “repetition.”  The word mantra is derived from the root “man,” meaning “to think,” and a mantra is said to be a tool by which we can control our thoughts.  Mantra stands for protection (trana) of the mind (manas).  We will practice the vibrations of om, and other mantras such as Om Namah Shivaya, Sita Ram, and Lokah Samasta Sukhino Bhavantu to produce positive mental habits, and overcome spiritual darkness that rests deep within us.  Come awaken your incredible transformative Shakti power, and protect the mind.
Note: Bring your mala beads.  No mala beads?  No problem.  Just bring yourself

Restorative Yoga + Singing Bowls with Jess 
November 30st 6:30-7:30 pm 


Restorative yoga is a form of yoga that seeks to achieve physical, mental and emotional relaxation with the aid of props. The use of props makes it easier for you to maintain balance while you are stimulating and relaxing your body. We hold these poses in pure relaxation for 10­-20 minutes each. Restorative yoga provides healing for the body and the mind.  The added singing bowls are tuned to specific pitches which specifically activate and stimulate the chakras as well as other parts of the body. The sounds can be grounding as well as work our physical body and energetic body.

Massage Day with Crystal Aprile
November 16th
CALL/TEXT  908-698-9959 TO RESERVE

Meet Crystal, licensed massage & neuromuscular therapist. She will be offering 1 hour massages at the studio all day long once a month. Neuromuscular Therapy is soft tissue manipulation similar to that of myofascial release. It helps to release trigger points, deep muscular tension, and fascial congestion. It is also very effective in treating most chronic pain and degenerative muscle conditions. If time allows for it I like to do a fusion of this and a regular Swedish or deep tissue (depending on desired depth of pressure) so that you still get the release where you need it but also get the benefits of a deep relaxation.