You have to participate relentlessly in the manifestation of your own blessings
— Elizabeth Gilbert
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Rise + Align with Jammella anderson

This is an all levels yoga class for you to wake up and clear your mind through mindful movement. This class is designed to help you get through your day with a clear head and purposeful intention to take on anything! We will have a long warm up, moving into building heat with a sweet relaxing savasana.  This is an beginner friendly, all levels Vinyasa class Thursday at 8am and Saturday at 11:15am

Move with Intention with vanessa marrufo

“Show Them How To Move In A Room Full Of Vultures"

How are you moving and making everyday choices? Are you meeting your goals and setting intentions? Are you following through with them? Or are you solely allowing external variables dictate your moves? Let's have a space in which we examine those questions and find the answers within ourselves. Awareness is truly key. Weekly we can reflect on our intentions and identify our blocks, if any. Discuss and find techniques to help us back into alignment and move with intention, every Tuesday at 6:15

Crystal Conversations with theresa ford

This class is an open forum to discuss healing crystals and stones. Even if you have never heard of crystals or healing with crystals, this class is for you. There will be information about cleansing crystals, historical African use of crystals, healing properties, crystal grids, manifesting, spirituality, meditating with crystals, using crystals to enhance one's ability to trust one's intuition, self care rituals, lithomancy, identifying crystals, journaling/reflecting with stones, do’s and don’t, energy protection, wearing crystals, local mining areas, and much more! This class is donation based and is held every Wednesday at 7:15pm.

Soulful Flow with J’vanay Santos

This is an all levels yoga class focused on the synchronicity of the mind, body and soul by curating sequences that target the healing of various chakras through movement and mindful breathing.  This class aims to provide tools to assist in developing ones at home practice while also having technique for dealing with stressors off the mat. J’vanay’s hope is that after each of her classes, you experience the euphoria that she felt the day she fell in love with yoga. Oh and you’ll do all this self-care to RnB & Soul music just to top it all off. She invites to come home to yourself through classes that are experiences and journeys within. This all levels Vinyasa class is every Wednesday at 6pm.

Root3d Flow with chelle pean

This is an all levels yoga class that focuses on exploring the edges of your comfort zone while also taking care of yourself. This class focuses on bringing awareness in your body to release any stagnant energy weighing you down, and invite in healing and nurturing energy. This class is donation based and is held every Thursday at 5pm.

Readings by Poetik

Tarot is a tool to give you insight into your spiritual, emotional, and physical journey. Poetik is intuitive and caring, and we can’t wait for you to explore this tool with her! Poetik will be offering sliding scale 3 card readings every Thursday at 6:30pm. 

Stand Up + Act Out with aaron moore

There is an intimate relationship between the emotional life and physical expression and in this class we explore it. Become more connected to you body using these theatre techniques, movement, breathing exercises, vocal techniques as much more. Use this class to de-stress or just have fun! All that is needed is comfortable clothing and an open imagination. This class is held every Saturday at 12:30pm.

Slow Your Roll with Shannon Hoffman

This all levels yoga class incorporates breath work, meditation, and Vinyasa flows intended to ground down for the week ahead! With an extra focus on connecting breath with movement, this accessible yet challenging class calls students to be in inquiry about the way they show up on their mat, both for themselves and each other. Moving through sequences with detailed alignment cues, this class seeks to guide students to slow down and be present in their bodies, so they can fully experience the benefits of their practice. This class is held every Sunday at 6pm.

West African Drum + Dance

A seventy-five minute drum and dance workshop that aims to explore rhythm and movement from West African countries such as Senegal, Guinea, Ivory Coast and Mali. The class will breakdown rhythms and steps in a way that beginner and intermediate level students can understand and advanced students will enjoy! 
This class is donation based and is held Monday evenings from 7:00pm-8:15pm. 

Kemetic yoga + reiki with sasha baxter

This is an all levels Kemetic yoga class that focuses on stimulating the movement of life-force energy throughout the body while also strengthening ancestral connections. Kemetic Yoga™ is an ancient Egyptian system of yoga the combines controlled deep breathing, meditation and unique postures that are inspired by the images from the walls of ancient Egyptian temples. Combined with the healing power of Reiki, this class aims to help students raise their vibration, clear energy blockages, and manifest their own inner Gods and Goddesses (Neteru). Let’s breathe, move and connect with our ancestors while listening to Reggae. 

Sasha is a Master Reiki Practitioner, Kemetic Yoga Instructor (CKYT 200), and a student on her personal spiritual journey who would love to share space with you! This class meets every Monday at 5:30pm.

Get Free with Amani and Damaris

Get Free is a space where BIPOC folks can gather to rest from our busy lives, meditate, and connect. Each 1.5 hour gathering will include 10-30 minute periods of both sitting and movement-based meditation, a short wisdom teaching, mindful listening, and collective sharing. Meditations and teachings will be drawn from numerous traditions, including Buddhism, African diasporic traditions, and non-religious earth and ancestor practice. Participants are welcome to bring their own meditation practices. 

This space is free and open to BIPOC-identified people of all experience levels, religions, spiritualities, genders, sexualities, abilities who wish to co-create an intentional and grounding meditation circle together. 

A note to BIPOC who present in society as white / European: This circle has been created intentionally as an alternative to the many meditation spaces that are predominately white and center white culture and experiences. If you identify as a person of color and present or pass as white, we ask you to come with awareness of white presenting privilege and a willingness to listen and hold space for BIPOC who do not share that experience.

Let’s get free y’all!  This class is free/donations welcome and is held monthly Thursdays at 7pm. Please check our live schedule for dates.

Little Feathers family yoga workshops with Lauren Daniel

It’s not enough to define a family by simply naming each member. When digging deeper we can define a true family as one that provides its members with emotional and spiritual kinship.  Sharing values, beliefs, traditions, and unconditional, non-judgmental love and support is what creates your unique family. Family yoga provides an opportunity for bonding, cooperation, and movement. Each session Lauren will incorporate traditional aspects of yoga like breathing techniques, meditation, partner poses and flows, with the addition of fun activities. This is a great opportunity for parents and children to support each other in maintaining inner peace!

Two sessions will be offered based on age: families with children aged 3-7 will meet from 2-2:45pm and families with children aged 8-12 will meet from 3-4pm every Sunday.

This is a workshop series with 5 consecutive workshops, and the price is $25 per workshop or $100 for all 5 workshops.

Ashtanga Yoga for Beginners with amber mooney

Ashtanga Yoga has deep roots and is one of the most practiced yoga disciplines world-wide. Known as the “eight-limbed” yoga (asto means eight, anga, limbed), it was popularized by Sri Pattabhi Jois in the early 1970’s and brought to the west by his faithful students. The Ashtanga Yoga Primary Series is a deliberate sequence of poses connecting movement and breath, and builds strength and flexibility. It begins with sun salutations, followed by a sequence of standing poses (asanas), then seated poses – the “Primary Series,” and concludes with the finishing sequence. Each pose is connected by deep and cleansing breaths. This class will be an introduction to the traditional Ashtanga Yoga Primary Series. It will focus on the foundational aspects of Ashtanga yoga and help practitioners become comfortable with the choreography of movement and breath. There will be significantly more instruction than a traditional Ashtanga yoga led class. This class meets every Sunday from 10am-11:30am.

Support 101 with Ashley Whiteside

Support 101 is an open group that will discuss the weekly struggles of life through both open and focused discussion. This group will help individuals identify strengths they already utilize and may not be aware of. This group will connect individuals together to offer peer support and feedback as well as connect them to additional resources as necessary. This group will be facilitated by Ashley Whiteside, BSW, every Tuesday at 7:45pm starting in July.

Just Breathe with Amber Mooney

All things in life can be connected to breath, but how connected to your own breath are you? The “Just Breathe” monthly workshop explores the breath exercises known as Pranayama. Each month, we’ll explore some of the variety of Pranayama exercises. It is a 45-minute class of just breathing. We’ll talk about the breath exercises and practice some of them. You’re welcome to bring a notebook and take notes so you can also practice them at home. This class is donation based and will be offered at 5:00 PM on a Sunday evening, once a month. Check the monthly schedule for the current month’s workshop!

Self Care Toolbox

Shameka's mini series will be cover Tips and Tools for your Self-Care Toolbox .Each week she will discuss different self care tips and tools to help you be your best you! We will discuss what self care means to you, what self-care tools you currently use and what tools you may want to use to help you be successful. This class will start on October 19th, every Saturday at 2pm for 8 weeks.

Family members of Incarcerated Recovering Emotionally (F.I.R.E.)

This is a support group for individuals who have family members or loved ones who are incarcerated. We will come together weekly for support, encouragement and a safe place to explore what healing looks like in the absence of your loved one. Come enjoy a judgment free zone of processing your feeling in the presence of those who are going through similar experiences. Beginning Friday October 4th at 7:15pm.

yoga for 12 step recovery

Join us for Yoga for 12-Step Recovery (Y12SR) the fourth Sunday of every month from 11:45am-1:15pm. This donation class integrates the wisdom of yoga and the practical tools of 12-step recovery programs. The practice includes a 45 minute 12-Step based meeting followed by a 45 minute recovery-themed, gentle yoga class. People who are dealing with all types of addictive patterns are welcome, as well as those affected by the addictive patterns of others in their lives. You do not need to be a part of a 12-step program to participate. This yoga practice is perfect for beginner yoga students as well as those with more yoga experience. This class starts in October.

Femme Group

This group will discuss the weekly experiences of life as a femme/woman through both open and focused discussion. This group will help femmes/women identify strengths they already utilize and may not be aware of. This group will connect femmes/women together to offer peer support and feedback as well as connect them to additional resources as necessary. This group will be primarily facilitated by Ashley Whiteside, LMSW with the option for co-facilitation available. Ashley is a licensed social worker who has an interest in supporting the success of femmes/women. Every Wednesday at 7:30pm.

Him: Healing in Masculinity

HiM formed when a group of individuals recognized the need for men to discuss the range of issues that they face. HiM creates and holds spaces where men of all experiences can gather to be in community with one another in pursuit of healing. Every Thursday at 7:30pm.