ycb workshop presents
Workshops . Special Events
At the studio, outdoors, or off-site
Yoga, Meditation and More
In the Studio and
In the Community.
We love growing our yoga community in the studio space. It's quiet, restful, beautiful, and whole. But there's nothing better than encouraging those same sensibilities in the "outside world", to share the beauty of our practice, to bring peace when troubles arise, and just to have some yoga fun.
We bring yoga events to community venues and to the studio as well, always striving to meet your needs and interests. During the summer months, we like to head to the outdoors, while in less weather-friendly times we search out venues that allow people to feel welcomed and happy to be there.
Some events are free of charge. Some ask for a "love offering" to cover costs of music, refreshments, or the venue. Others have fees attached and registration requirements. We'll always be clear about that as we invite you to attend and participate in our events.
Happy Hour Restorative Yoga
Right now, this Happy Hour is virtual but that may change. Check our Facebook page for latest info.
A Very Special Yin Practice
It's a new year. At long last. After a year like 2020, it will take us all a little time to adjust as we look forward to a healthier, happier, more "normal" life in 2021.
Perhaps you've set New Year's Resolutions, or you've made the switch to the yogic tradition of setting a Sankalpa, or intention. Maybe either or both of those have already been abandoned.
Maybe your stress level is still high. Maybe you're feeling anger, fear, loneliness, worry left over from the traumatic year just ended. And maybe you're holding all those things in your body. Most of us do.
No surprise. No judgement. But it's a good time to let it go.
This Yin Yoga Practice zeroes in on emotional release. To step off the emotional roller coaster. To step inside your own body, mind and spirit. To breathe deeply and connect to your internal fire - your core power.
To feel all the feels, physical, mental, emotional. To release the crud, and give yourself permission to take in peace and beauty and hope.