with Karen Kapus
Friday, May 19, 2017 • 7:30pm – 9:00pm • Main Studio
Please join us as we deepen and expand our yoga experience in new dimensions for an all levels flow class that combines the use of essential oils and yoga. This rejuvenating and therapeutic workshop will feature a selection of doTERRA essential oils layered into a 90 minute relaxing flow yoga practice followed by a Intro to Essential Oils class that will introduce selected oils and their uses to maintain a healthy state of of being.
$15 + $5 cash (for the cost of the essential oil samples you will receive)
Register for Aroma Yoga
with Jackie Viereck
Sunday, June 11, 2017 • 1:00pm – 2:00pm • Main Studio
Join us for a fantastically fun family yoga class! Together, we’ll spend an hour stretching, playing games, laughing and learning ways to cultivate calm through traditional yoga practices with kid-friendly twists! No yoga experience is necessary to enjoy this class and it’s open to adults and their children ages 4 and up!
$18 Family of 2
$27 Family of 3
$36 Family of 4
$45 Family of 5
Register for Family Fun Yoga
Beginning May 18th, Educators, Students, and School Employees can spend their Thursdays at Noon in our All Levels Express Flow class for only $8 cash. (All other yogis $10 cash or use your class package).
This one-hour class is designed to give you a full practice in a shorter amount of time. Class will begin with a quick warm up and then move into sun salutations and standing sequences with options for all levels. Class will end with a short cool down, including deep stretches and a final relaxation. You will leave this class feeling accomplished, yet relaxed and ready for the rest of your day.
Please note that this promotion ends on August 31.
Sign Up for All Levels Express Flow
A Donation Event
Sponsored by Ananda Yoga + Wellness, Wenonah, and New Moon Hot Yoga, East Greenwich
Wednesday, June 21, 2017 • 6:30pm – 8:30pm • Wenonah Park
The summer solstice signals the onset of summer and marks the longest day of the year. It is a time to honor moving from the darkness of winter into the light of summer as crops grow, flowers bloom, animals awaken and people start spending more time being active outdoors under the heat and light of the sun.
Throughout history, many cultures have associated the summer solstice with a renewal of mind, body and spirit and a celebration of creative expression—of art, music and the sense of joyfulness and fun that the sunshine evokes in all of us.
There is a long time tradition in yoga to salute the sun with a series of 12 poses done in succession known as a sun salutation. This series of poses are done to give gratitude for the sun. We practice sun salutations to create “tapas” or inner heat that cleanses the body and the “mandala” or circular pattern of the poses can bring us into a state of moving meditation. Together, uniting our energies with each other, we will embark on this challenging traditional practice of saluting the sun! This will surprisingly leave you filled with new energy!
The sun salutations will be comprised of both full and half sun salutations and divided up into groups of 27 with short breaks in between. Modifications will be offered and encouraged to allow this practice to be accessible for all (previous experience with sun salutations recommended). There is no requirement to do all 108 sun salutations! This event is a unifying celebration of our yoga community. Snacks and water will be available, but we strongly encourage you bring your own water along with a yoga mat and towel.
All Proceeds Benefit:
- Wenonah Environmental Commission
- Voorhees Animal Orphanage
- Room for Hope.
Summer Solstice Celebration Schedule:
- 5:45pm – Registration
- 6:30-8:30pm – Welcome and Sun Salutations!
We’ll be out there rain or shine at the Wenonah Park.
(No thunderstorm date!)
A special deep bow of gratitude to our sponsors:
- Borough of Wenonah
- Southern Sun, LLC
- Philly Pretzel Factory
Your Donation is Appreciated
Register for Summer Solstice Celebration
with Jackie Viereck
Fridays, May 19 – June 9, 2017 • 4:30pm – 5:30pm • Main Studio
Fun yoga games, activities, and exercises for kids ages 5-10 taught by Jackie Viereck, specially trained by Kidding Around Yoga. Yoga provides a wonderful way for children to explore their bodies, hearts and minds.
Classes include warm-ups, breath work, yoga poses, partner poses, games, and relaxing visualizations which can help strengthen children’s self-esteem, courage, healthy body, and calm and confident mind.
Kids have a chance to balance, strengthen, work together, try new things, express their creativity and make new friends!
Kids are encouraged to sign up for all 4 weeks to support building a connection with the group and progressing with each class, but if you can not make it all feel free to drop-in when you can!
$40 for 4 week series
$12 for single class
Register for Li’l Yogis
with Karen Kapus
Sunday, June 11, 2017 • 7:00pm – 9:00pm • Main Studio
As the days become shorter and colder, our bodies naturally crave slowing down and yet we often get busier and ignore this urge. Restorative yoga is a completely passive practice that utilizes props to support our body in all of the poses to aid in complete relaxation. By relaxing our muscles, lowering our heart rate, and allowing our nervous system to slow down, restorative yoga helps us to balance our fast-paced lifestyles. As we find stillness in the pose we allow for healing, both physically and mentally, which ultimately supports us in being more focused and effective. Restorative is accessible to people of all ages and skill-levels.
Reserve your space! Only 16 spots available. Feel free to wear your pjs!
Register for Restorative Yoga
with Shelly Frampton
Saturday, May 27, 2017 • 1:00pm – 3:30pm • Community Space
Join Ananda Yoga + Wellness for an afternoon of yoga, hiking, and meditation. We will begin with a guided walking meditation, winding our way through the peaceful trails of the Wenonah conservation area. Along the way, we will stop and enjoy a yoga practice, guided relaxation, snacks and conversation in the beautiful teahouse surrounded by trees and nature. Taking pictures and soaking in the moment will be encouraged along the way! This event is suitable for all levels and will take place rain or shine.
Limited to 20 participants.
We will meet at the studio. Please be here by 12:45 at the latest as will start the hike promptly at 1:00.
Register for Yoga Hike
with Shelly Frampton
Saturday, May 20, 2017 • 11:30am – 1:00pm • Main Studio
Ayurveda is a 5,000 year old holistic healing system of India. Ayurveda literally translates to “science of life.” It’s considered the sister science to yoga, encompassing the lifestyle and diet choices based on individual needs that keep us in optimal health.
In this workshop, you’ll learn the basic principles of Ayurveda and the art of healthy living. You’ll gain an understanding of the three doshas (what we’re each made of) and discover your individual dosha. We’ll talk about diet, environment and lifestyle habits, which will help you find your ideal state of balance and realize your fullest human potential.
We will also discuss how your yoga practice can be individualized to help balance your state of wellbeing, and a short yoga practice will be included.
Register for Intro to Ayurveda
All Day at Either Carolina Blue or Telford Inn!
Enjoy lunch or dinner or both for a wonderful cause! You can eat at either Carolina Blue or Telford Inn ANY TIME OF DAY and they will donate a portion to our team South Jersey Bosom Buddies for Living Beyond Breast Cancer’s Reach & Raise!
Click here to download the voucher which you must present to your server in order for your meal to be credited to our team. Thank you!
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Be Part of the Solution • 15 Hour Training
Saturday & Sunday, July 29 & 30, 2017 • 9:00am – 5:00pm • Community Space
Learn how to bring understanding of the chakras in line with the Twelve Steps of recovery.
Support your students as they learn how to walk through life using the Twelve Steps of recovery as their guide. Bring them to a deeper understanding of their own bodies as they learn to handle raw emotions head on. Dive into an understanding of the chakra system—energy centers that are influenced by physical, mental and emotional experiences. Bridging chakra based poses and exercises along with the language of Twelve Step recovery help students become aware of what is going on in their bodies and how to find comfort without escape.
In this 15 hour training your facilitators Gwen R. and Tracey Ulshafer will lay the groundwork of the Yoga4Sobriety program.
We will cover the following:
- Teaching a trauma sensitive yoga class
- The Twelve Steps of recovery
- The chakra system
- How to link the steps and the chakras
- How to sequence a chakra yoga practice
Who this training is for:
- Yoga Teachers (CEUs available)
- Healers, Massage Therapists
$299 Early Registration until March 31
$349 April 1 – May 31
$399 June 1 – July 28
Make checks payable to:
One Yoga Center
156 S Main St
Hightstown, NJ 08520
It is required to attend all hours of this training in order to receive your certification.
Register for Yoga4Sobriety