CELEBRATE SUMMER SOLSTICE AT CLAGUE PARK WITH CLAIRE SCOTT MILLER.   NEW DATES ADDED! 

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Summer Solstice 2017 is Wednesday, June 21. Enjoy yoga flow classes outdoors to celebrate the Solstice and summer.  Refreshing and invigorating flow ending with a relaxing and reflective savasana.

Wednesdays:


June 14, 21, 28
July 12, 19, 26

8:30-9:30 AM


Register under "classes". Regular class packages eligible for this event. If this event is well attended, we may offer a third outdoor class series this summer in August.  Clague Park is located at the northeast corner of Clague Road and Hilliard Boulevard. We will hold class in the gazebo. Park by the tennis courts.  Please pre-register for this class, there is no front desk at Clague Park, thank you for your cooperation.

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Authentic Adult Ballet on the Barre Summer 2017 with Kathryn O'Connell


ADULT BALLET WORKSHOP SERIES SUMMER 2017

4 Thursdays from 12PM-1PM:

July 6, 13, 20, 27

$60 for 4-week series


Learn to dance at Krysia Energy Yoga!

Adult Ballet class can be taken in ballet soft shoes, or in pointe shoes. These dance classes are designed for adult beginners with some previous ballet training. Students will utilize previously learned ballet technique while working in soft or pointe shoes. Each class will include barre exercises. These exercises focus on strengthening the feet and ankles.

An emphasis on proper body alignment will be a key point of focus, in addition to hip rotation and postural placement. Improve strength, balance and coordination, while learning something new and exciting! Registration is required for this workshop as this is a series of classes, not single drop-in classes. Consistent attendance is important, as each class will build upon the previous concepts studied.

Minimum of 5 students required to run the workshop series.

photo credit: miamivalleydanceacademy.com

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STRIKE A POSE: ALIGNMENT, DIRECTION, GROUNDING WITH KRYSIA MACIUSZKO

Alignment - The Foundation of a Healthy Practice

A full weekend dedicated to breaking down each pose and having it fit to your body right now and in the future. Ashtanga is appealing to many Westerners because we live in a goal oriented society. The Ashtanga series is a sequence when traditionally taught you do not move on until you have in the teachers eye "mastered a pose." You have the goal of being able to get yourself into position and do a pose. What does it mean to master a pose? According to the Yoga Sutras it is to be held with "steadiness and comfort." Join us for a weekend of nitty gritty, ego connecting, goal oriented, body awareness pose clinics! All levels welcome!!!

Friday, July 7, 2017
8-9PM: Warming up: Pose clinic breaking down Sun Salutation A and B in the Ashtanga series format. Learn how to line up the bones and the major muscles supporting you in the pose. 

Saturday, July 8, 2017

10AM-12PM Break down the standing poses of the series. Learn what it takes to stand solid on your own two feet as well as one. 

Standing poses - A Foundation of Strength

Standing poses are invigorating, are strength-building, and refresh the body and mind by removing tension, aches, and pains. In addition to these benefits (and many more), standing poses teach the principles of correct movement, which are fundamental not only in yoga postures, but also in everyday movement. This workshop will focus on aligning your standing postures by working from the ground up to allow complete understanding of an ideal alignment.

Saturday, July 8: 12:30-2:30PM

Seated Poses - A Foundation of Tranquility 

A well-balanced yoga class includes seated poses as they are considered therapeutic and counteract the strength of standing. Come align your seated practice and feel the calming effect they have on your body. Seated poses remove fatigue, refresh the brain, and sooth the nerves. They are a perfect addition to your practice to help recover from illness, promote sleep, and regulate blood pressure! This workshop will help you find ease and comfort in seated poses and teach you ideal alignment to promote a healthy spine.

Sunday, July 9, 2017
2-4PM: Finishing: Supine and Inverted Poses for Beginners - A Foundation of Revitalization 

The ending sequence of poses in yoga classes are some of the most fun and most revitalizing. The benefits of going upside-down are so numerous, that headstand and shoulder stand are referred to as the king and queen of yoga poses, respectively. The benefits of the poses learned in this workshop are only met when the poses are done safely and with proper alignment, so come be upside-down with us and get a new perspective on yoga and your life.

 $140 for full weekend of yoga and workshops.
 
CECs available for students ON THE PATH to yoga teacher training.

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ACRO YOGA WEEKEND
FEATURING KATE KAY AND ABBY YOUNGS
ACRO YOGA FOR ALL LEVELS: THAI FLY & ACRO THERAPEUTICS WORKSHOP WITH KATE KAY

​Saturday: 7/15/2017
From: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Room: Studio 2

Have you ever been curious about the restorative version of Acro Yoga? How using a partner as a prop can enhance and deepen your stretch with each breath? Then this All Levels workshop is for you! Join us as we learn how to trust our acro partner and allow our bodies to lengthen deeper than ever before. This workshop will be about cultivating trust in your acro practice in order to prepare you for the acrobatic sequences after. Sunday's workshop will be building off some of the basics we covered on Saturday. Join us as we cultivate an inspiring, relaxing, and creative practice with others.

$35 Investment
CECs available for students on THE ENERGY PATH to 200 H Yoga Teacher Training

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ACROYOGA: STATIC AND FLOW WITH ABBY YOUNGS

​Sunday: 7/16/2017
From: 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Room: Studio 1


Whether a beginner acroyogi or developing practitioner, finding the flow is what it's all about. Moving as one through space is an art.  Finding one breath, creating one synergistic expression; this is our goal. In this workshop, we will begin in static poses, then create and connect movement to find the flow. No experience or partner necessary.

$35 Investment

CECs available for students on THE ENERGY PATH to 200 H Yoga Teacher Training

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LET'S BE REAL, YOGA ISN'T ALL ABOUT THE POWER
Gentle Yoga
with Claire Scott Miller
Friday, August 11, 2017 
8-9PM
: Tonight you get to experience the duality of yoga. The power of the Ashtanga primary series then how to create a gentle practice. It is the interval training of yoga realizing some days you need to amp it up and others a little more TLC.

$20 for Individual Workshop 
​$135 for Full Weekend

What is Vinyasa? with Krysia Maciuszko
Restorative Yoga Workshop with Jim Doughman
Saturday, August 12, 12:30-2:30PM
How to Teach Vinyasa Yoga
Fundamental Perspectives on Teaching Yoga

Props, Straps, Blocks and Bolsters with Jim Doughman
Saturday, August 12, 2017
 

12:30-2:30 pm-:What do I do with this stuff? The beauty of yoga is that it is for any BODY given the right tools. And let's face it, it's nice to be able to do things on our own BUT sometimes it's really nice to have some help. Be empowered to grab that prop for that extra something that will assist in bringing more power in your practice. Jim will show you how props can help steady, support and enhance your pose.

$40 for Individual Workshops
​$135 for full weekend
Sunday, August 13
From: 2-4 PM


Let stress and tension melt away and connect with a deep sense of peace and relaxation.
Restorative Yoga is a gentle healing form of Hatha yoga that is practiced with props to provide a supportive environment for total relaxation.

These gentle poses create physiological responses which are beneficial to your health and can reduce the effects of stress-related illness.

The class is slow, deeply nurturing and suitable for all ages – particularly those with chronic pain or limitations.

Learn yogic breathing and meditation techniques as you practice gentle restorative Hatha poses while your body is supported with bolsters and blankets.

Experience deep relaxation as you stimulate the body to move toward balance.

Activate healing from stress of daily activities, major life events, injuries, chronic stress, fatigue, or illness.

Discover poses that you can integrate into your daily routine.

Benefits of Restorative Yoga:

1.) Restorative Yoga is healing for the body and mind.

2.) Long supported holds of poses allow us to really engage in the benefits of the poses.

3.) Restorative Yoga reduces stress.

4.) Creates space for emotional healing

CECs available for students ON THE PATH to teacher training
 
$40 For Restorative Yoga Workshop Only

Full weekend of Workshops: $135

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THE POWER OF SOUND, SILENCE, AND SINGING BOWLS: INCLUDES YOGA AND A SOUND BATH 

Saturday, August 19, 2017
12:30-2:30 PM
$30 Investment

photo credit: http//www.thegazett.com/

WITH CHRISTINA GROZIK AND KRYSIA MACIUSZKO


This workshop explores the importance of sound and how we are impacted by it in our every day lives. Discover the energetic aspect of your words and how powerful they can be. Experience a hands on demonstration utilizing Tibetan Singing Bowls and learn about the benefits of them

We will also discuss the impact of silence....

For the second half of the workshop, we will take to the mat so be sure to bring your yoga gear. After a little breath and movement, we will relax to a sound bath.

The illustrious Krysia Maciuszko will guide us through our yoga practice as Christina Grozik takes us on an exciting sound journey.

CECs available for student on THE ENERGY PATH to 200 H Yoga Teacher Training.

Yoga Thai Massage
With Bryan Langsdale, LMT 

Call 216-666-1945 to schedule an appointment! ​

$90 for 60 Minutes $135 for 90 Minutes ​ $150 for Personalized Yoga Thai Massage plus Sound Healing ​with Live Instruments and Tuning Forks The experience of receiving Thai massage is often described as having yoga done to you, it will make you feel great both physically and energetically. 2,500 years ago a dynamic bodywork therapy based upon yoga and Ayurveda practices, appeared in the temples of Thailand. This therapeutic art was directly rooted in the Indian healing traditions of Ayurvedic medicine. The father founder of Thai Yoga Massage, Jivaka Kumarbhaccha was a renowned doctor and yogi, he treated the Buddha, among others. After the Buddha’s death, the earliest Buddhist monks travelled to Southeast Asia and were accompanied by Ayurvedic doctors. These doctors practiced a healing art, that would later evolve into traditional Thai Massage. ​ The practitioner guides the client through a series of yoga postures, while palming and thumbing along the body’s energy (‘Sen’) lines and pressure points. Together these actions result in a comprehensive full body treatment that relieves muscular tension, improves circulation, boosts the immune system and balances the body energetically. Thai Yoga Massage is performed on a mat on the floor; both client and practitioner are dressed in comfortable clothing allowing ease of movement and flexibility.