We offer a variety of affordable drop-in yoga and meditation classes on a weekly basis. You are welcome to drop in on the day of class, but paid pre-registration is necessary to reserve your spot. All classes and workshops have a 24-cancellation policy.
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Mondays, 7-8:30Pm (monthly)
Limited to 10 people
- June 25th
- July 23rd
- August 20th
Cha Dao, "The Way of Tea" is a practice that comes from Chinese lineage and is over 10,000 years old. It has been used by the Daoists and Sages as a form of medicine and a way to cultivate awakened presence, sustaining long states of meditation. Tea, when used in ceremony, is a blend of all the elements of nature - taking in Earth, Water, and Fire as they dance around in a spirited and guided movement to create the power of the Leaf. The session offers a meditative approach to help wind down for the evening.
LIMITED TO 15 PEOPLE
What better way to start your evening than with the union of yoga and acupuncture?
Kamie Slegers, yoga therapist and Ayurvedic practitioner, will lead you through a guided meditation that will begin your 60 minutes of gentle yoga flow to bring balance and flexibility into your body. During class, you will use a variety of props to support you along your yoga journey. Surrender into a supportive restorative pose for the last 30 minutes and receive a facial massage with lovely local oils. Noah Frohlich, L.A.C. will provide distal acupuncture while you rest and release non-essentials, making space for the things that serve you best. Leave class feeling inspired, supported and relaxed. There is no need to have any prior yoga experience. This class is designed for all levels. Pre-registration is required. $25
- Guided grounding and focused group breathing/visualization pre-run
- Designated focus/intention for each week
- 2 or 4 mile run in mindful silence (option to increase mileage, if desired)
- Time to quiet the mind and awaken mindfulness of the body, thoughts, and surroundings
- Mindfulness Takeaway and discussion post-run
- All paces welcome
- Guided Running route: 4 mile loop (over Hennepin bridge to Stone Arch) or 2 mile out-and-back
- If more miles are desired, runners can add on after the 4 mile loop
- Purpose of the run is to focus on elements of mindfulness, not necessarily speed/pace
- Running in silence to enhance mindfulness
- Opportunity to join on Friday or Sunday (or both!)
- Each class will focus on the elements of MINDFUL RUNNING
- Finding stillness in one’s movement
- Mindful presence
- Gratitude practice
- Finding flow with the body, stride, breathing, and focusing the mind