Willow Street Workshops

Willow Street is pleased to offer a variety of workshops each session, both by our own talented faculty and by world-renowned instructors.

Please visit our policies page for more information on registration and policies.

The Radical Act of Self-Care Begins with You with Maria Hamburger and Belinda Baer

We all want to slow down, let go and appreciate life. Yet we find ourselves being rushed, stressed, and never meeting our intentions. Join Maria and Belinda to acquire new tools to improve your life while dealing with everyday challenges. You will learn how to actively influence your state of wellbeing and satisfy your deep desire for wellness through the many healing practices of yoga and Ayurveda.

Workshops are designed to complement one another, but may be taken separately.

Date, Time and Location

January 11: Awaken the Inner Energies of Healing: Sun Jan 11 2015, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM -- TP
February 8: Love Yourself Inside and Out: Sun Feb 8 2015, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM -- TP
March 15: Improve Digestion, Physical and Mental: Sun Mar 15 2015, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM -- TP
April 12: Move from Stress to Happiness: Sun Apr 12 2015, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM -- TP

Registration Options

REGISTER All four sessions — $135.00
REGISTER Awaken the Inner Energies of Healing — $40.00
REGISTER Love Yourself Inside and Out — $40.00
REGISTER Improve Digestion, Physical and Mental — $40.00
REGISTER Move from Stress to Happiness — $40.00

Instructor(s)

Belinda Baer, founder of Wise Woman Ayurveda, is a certified Ayurvedic Consultant, Yoga Teacher and Ayurvedic Bodyworker. Experiencing the profound effects of the ancient healing tradition of Ayurveda has propelled her forward to share this common sense, life-changing information with others through education, consultations and bodywork. She trained at the Kripalu School of Ayurveda with well-known teachers of the Ayurvedic community. In addition, Belinda brings a depth and breadth of experience in yoga instruction to Wise Woman Ayurveda. She received her Yoga Teacher Certification from the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in 2001. Since then, she has studied various traditions with many different Yoga teachers, integrating their methods into her teaching style. Belinda currently lives and works in Silver Spring, Maryland with her family.
Maria is a Yoga Alliance E-RYT 500 and Certified Yoga Teacher.

Maria is a passionate believer in living and embodying a spirited life. She seeks to inspire her students to recognize the light inside themselves and manifest this in their lives, on and off the mat. Maria's progressive teaching style allows each student to experience their fullest capacity within a supportive atmosphere and a playful heart.

Along with Maria's regular teaching schedule she has assisted in the Willow Street Yoga Teacher Training program for the past 5 years and has co - taught in the Willow Street Yoga Immersion program.

Maria seeks to ignite the passion of the journey of yoga from where the richness of ourselves becomes the well from where we experience life.

School's Out Kids Yoga Play Days with the awesome kids' yoga faculty at Willow Street

School's out for the day: what to do with the kids? Bring them for a day of fun at Willow Street! Kids aged 5-10 will enjoy yoga, crafts, stories, games, lunch (you provide), healthy snacks (we provide), and outdoor time (weather permitting). Register 14 days in advance to get a great early bird discount; even better, sign up for all 4 days and get one free! In Takoma Park.

Date, Time and Location

Monday, Jan 19: Mon Jan 19 2015, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM -- TP
Tuesday, Jan 20: Tue Jan 20 2015, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM -- TP
Monday, Feb 16: Mon Feb 16 2015, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM -- TP
Friday, Mar 27: Fri Mar 27 2015, 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM -- TP

Registration Options

REGISTER All 4 days (get one free!) — $225.00
REGISTER Monday, Jan 19 (early bird) — $75.00
REGISTER Monday, Jan 19 — $95.00
REGISTER Tuesday, Jan 20 (early bird) — $75.00
REGISTER Tuesday, Jan 20 — $95.00
REGISTER Monday, Feb 16 (early bird) — $75.00
REGISTER Monday, Feb 16 — $95.00
REGISTER Friday, Mar 27 (early bird) — $75.00
REGISTER Friday, Mar 27 — $95.00

Instructor(s)

Release and Tone Stubborn Muscles with Judy LaPrade

Join licensed massage therapist Judy LaPrade to learn myriad ways to release and tone stubborn muscle groups, in support of breath expansion and full-body tension pattern release. In this series, our primary focus is Active Isolated Stretching, with detailed instruction also in breath work, home hydrotherapy, and self-massage techniques.

Each month has a different focus:

January: Diaphragm, Ribs, and Quadratus Lumborum
February: IT Band, Quads, Knees, and Hamstrings March: Psoas
April: Piriformis and Glutes
Students will hone skills and understanding by taking the whole series, but are welcome to sign up for individual sessions. Everybody welcome, including physical therapists, trainers, yoga teachers, massage and mental health professionals, and all levels yoga students. In Takoma Park.

Date, Time and Location

January: Diaphragm, Ribs, and Quadratus Lumborum: Sat Jan 24 2015, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM -- TP
February: IT Band, Quads, Knees, and Hamstrings: Sat Feb 21 2015, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM -- TP
March: Psoas: Sat Mar 28 2015, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM -- TP
April: Piriformis and Glutes: Sat Apr 25 2015, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM -- TP

Registration Options

REGISTER All four sessions — $120.00
REGISTER January: Diaphragm, Ribs, and Quadratus Lumborum — $40.00
REGISTER February: IT Band, Quads, Knees, and Hamstrings — $40.00
REGISTER March: Psoas — $40.00
REGISTER April: Piriformis and Glutes — $40.00

Instructor(s)

Judy LaPrade has been a massage therapist, mental health practitioner, and yoga teacher for many years. She holds Masters Degrees in both Rehabilitation and Counseling Psychology as well as 1,000+ hours training in Connective Tissue, Neuromuscular Therapy, and Sports Massage from the Florida Institute of Natural Health. Judy loves to share her passion for extreme self-care with people at all levels of ability through humor and serious fun.

Restorative Yoga Sundays with Tara Lemerise

Undo, unwind, let go, and experience true rest. Instead of asking your body and mind to do more, this practice soothes your nervous system, quiets your mind, and helps you release deeply held tension. For each monthly workshop you'll find a unique circuit of restorative poses where all the necessary blankets, blocks, and bolsters are skillfully arranged before you arrive. You simply come for the deep nourishing rest you need and deserve. Leave feeling completely revitalized and refreshed, ready for the week and month ahead. Everybody welcome. No yoga experience necessary. Sorry, no drop-ins; advance registration only. In Takoma Park.

Date, Time and Location

January: Sun Jan 25 2015, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM -- TP
February: Sun Feb 22 2015, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM -- TP
March: Sun Mar 29 2015, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM -- TP
April: Sun Apr 26 2015, 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM -- TP

Registration Options

REGISTER All four sessions — $100.00
REGISTER 3 sessions: January, February, March — $80.00
REGISTER 3 sessions: January, February, April — $80.00
REGISTER 3 sessions: January, March, April — $80.00
REGISTER 3 sessions: February, March, April — $80.00
REGISTER 2 sessions: January, February — $60.00
REGISTER 2 sessions: January, March — $60.00
REGISTER 2 sessions: January, April — $60.00
REGISTER 2 sessions: February, March — $60.00
REGISTER 2 sessions: February, April — $60.00
REGISTER 2 sessions: March, April — $60.00
REGISTER January only — $35.00
REGISTER February only — $35.00
REGISTER March only — $35.00
REGISTER April only — $35.00

Instructor(s)

Tara Lemerise, E-RYT-200, fell in love with yoga in 1999 and has been teaching since 2005 after graduation from the Willow Street Yoga Center Teacher Training. She is known for offering clear, light-hearted, and encouraging instruction to students of all levels. From restorative postures to arm balances and everything in between, Tara helps her students delight in each moment, even the challenging ones. Her students leave feeling more joyful, more grounded, and more at ease after each class. To learn more about Tara, visit her website: www.taralemeriseyoga.com.

Labor with Love: Yoga, Positioning and Partner Support to Enhance Your Birth with Michelle Cohen

This labor preparation intensive gives you the tools you need to enter your birth feeling equipped and empowered. Topics include a discussion of the stages of labor, optimal positioning, breath work, and key positions to use during labor. Michelle Cohen, mother of two, prenatal yoga instructor, and doula weaves together her knowledge of various comfort measures, yoga philosophy and postures, breath work, visualization and birth planning to help you actively and enthusiastically participate in your birth. For those seeking an active, participatory birth, this is a perfect complement to other childbirth education for first-time couples, and as a stand-alone refresher for second-time (or more!) moms. Registration fee is per couple. In Silver Spring.

Date, Time and Location

Sat Jan 31 2015, 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM -- SS

Registration Options

REGISTER Per Couple — $95.00

Instructor(s)

Michelle, RYT-200 is certified in vinyasa yoga, and has also completed Conscious Birthing Prenatal Teacher Training with Janice Clarfield and Itsy Bitsy Yoga Training for Tots and Tykes with Helen Garabedian. As the mother of two active boys, her greatest yoga moments occur off the mat and on-the-go. Completely transformed by pregnancy, labor and birth, Michelle has found her greatest passion in teaching prenatal and postnatal yoga. Her own children have taught her the most about connecting to the breath, the bittersweetness of impermanence, and the ability for the heart to hold more joy than ever thought possible. As a yoga teacher, she encourages her students to uncover and embrace their inner wisdom to empower them to lead a more truthful, conscious and passionate life. Trained as a doula, Michelle is thrilled to weave together her yoga, mindfulness, labor support, and parenting skills to serve as a resource for pregnant women during this magical and momentous stage of their lives.

Rock the Bakasana with Kelly Fisher

In this master class, practice yoga postures that have the same actions as Bakasana, crane pose, to help you find your strongest, lightest, most radiant posture possible. This is a chance to deepen your understanding of arm balances in general, the anatomy and breath behind them, and specifically to help your crane (also known as crow pose) take flight! Strong level I/II and up, in Takoma Park.

Date, Time and Location

Sun Feb 1 2015, 4:00 PM - 6:00 PM -- TP

Registration Options

REGISTER Per Person — $30.00

Instructor(s)

Kelly Fisher, E-RYT 500, teaches a grounded style of yoga that is both challenging and calming at the same time. Her instruction is rooted in her many years of meditation practice and her study of Anusara Yoga, tantric philosophy, and ayurveda. She emphasizes proper alignment so that her students can efficiently release tension while also building energy and strength. The human body contains an innate wisdom that we each have an ability to access if only we have the right tools to unlock it. Through practice of yoga asana and breath work, her students are gently guided to deeper and deeper places within their own hearts, bodies, and minds so that underlying knowledge can manifest in their daily lives. The subtlety of creative power is enchanting, and in Kelly's classes, thoughtful sequencing enables students to open to new poses as well as new levels of awareness within themselves. It is at once empowering and fun. This embodiment is a gift of the universe and in Kelly's classes, students have a safe space to celebrate that gift.

28 Day Meditation Challenge

Register to receive a daily email and up-to-date details for February's special Meditation by Donation offerings.

Date, Time and Location

Wed Feb 4 2015, 9:00 AM - 9:15 AM -- TP

Registration Options

REGISTER Per Person — $0.00

Instructor(s)

For Elizabeth, yoga has continually revealed amazing wisdom in the body, alchemical power in the heart, refined grace in the breath, and boundless depths in the soul. Her gratitude extends to all of her teachers (many here at Willow Street!) and the gifts that they continue to offer her on her journey. She has been practicing alignment-based yoga for 14 years, throughout a career in documentary science television and film production, web design, and urban arts education. Yoga has transformed her physically and energetically, and has helped her heal from and move through several injuries and personal challenges. Elizabeth's teaching promotes awareness, renewal, healing, fierce love, and innermost joy. She is a graduate of the amazing WSYC teacher training and is also trained by Jnani Chapman in Yoga Therapy for Cancer and Chronic Illness. Elizabeth leads classes for outpatients in hospitals and also works with trauma survivors. She loves sharing the incredible beauty and benefits of the practice with all of her students - and seeing them light up from the inside out!
Joe Miller, E-RYT500, draws upon his 20 years of yogic exploration and study of anatomy to recognize and celebrate our endless potential to align with the intelligence of the body. With humor and lots of individualized attention, Joe uses his deep understanding of Hatha Yoga, Tantric Philosophy, and Ayurveda to give students practical tools to experience fully this gift of life. Joe co-leads Willow Street's Teacher Training program, and continues to deepen his own practice by studying with his principal teachers and his amazing family.
Joy was introduced to Yoga Nidra in 2003 and immediately began incorporating it into her work with individuals and groups. Her offerings are informed by Rod Stryker, Richard Miller, a 25-year background in earth-based spiritual practices, and 8 years experience in maintaining a thriving international life coaching practice. She is a Certified iRest Yoga Nidra teacher and the creator of a popular Yoga Nidra CD. www.joykirstin.com
Philip Bender, RYT200, places breath, asana and meditation at the core of practice. He integrates these three powerful tools with clear instruction to create classes that emphasize inward transformation as much as outward. Philip is a graduate of Willow Street's YTT and continues his studies with Rod Stryker as he works toward certification in the Para Yoga system.
Tara Lemerise, E-RYT-200, fell in love with yoga in 1999 and has been teaching since 2005 after graduation from the Willow Street Yoga Center Teacher Training. She is known for offering clear, light-hearted, and encouraging instruction to students of all levels. From restorative postures to arm balances and everything in between, Tara helps her students delight in each moment, even the challenging ones. Her students leave feeling more joyful, more grounded, and more at ease after each class. To learn more about Tara, visit her website: www.taralemeriseyoga.com.
Tom Forhan, RYT 500, committed to sharing yoga after it guided him through one of the most difficult periods of his life. He began studying with Rod Stryker and completed his initial ParaYoga teacher training in 2013. He believes strongly in the power of integrating all the tools of the yoga tradition to create steadiness and ease in the face of change. He is grateful to many, but especially his first yoga teacher Sheree Mullen, as well as Joe Miller and Maria Hamburger. Tom has lived in Takoma Park for over 25 years; his work as an archaeologist has taken him from 19th century Irish tenements north of Baltimore to Mayan ruins in the jungles of Belize.

A Midwinter Night's Dream: Candlelit Yoga and Meditation with Tom Forhan and Daisy Whittemore

Feeling creaky and stuck in the wintertime? Tired of the chill and the dark? Join Daisy and Tom for a Friday night candlelit practice, starting with a smooth, warming flow followed by a meditation that will bring light into your heart. Geared to students who have completed at least one session of Yoga I. In Silver Spring.

Date, Time and Location

Fri Feb 6 2015, 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM -- SS

Registration Options

REGISTER Per Person — $30.00

Instructor(s)

Daisy Whittemore, RYT200, has spent more than 12 years studying different types of yoga, including Anusara, Iyengar, and Vinyasa flow. Her class offerings draw from a rich blend of these yoga styles with a focus on effective alignment-based practice to give students a solid foundation, with elements of flow to keep the body and breath moving. She completed her 200 hour teacher training in the Anusara style of yoga at Willow Street Yoga Center, and continues her study-as teacher and student-in alignment, sequencing, meditation, and philosophy with a wide-range of teachers including Sianna Sherman, Sally Kempton, Stacey Millner-Collins, Maria Hamburger, and Suzie Hurley. Daisy infuses laughter and light into her challenging classes, and welcomes the power of play (of which her children are her best teachers) as vector for growth and progress, both for her students and in her own practice. She encourages students to connect to their own power, flexibility, and peace, both on and off the mat. Of late, Daisy has also developed an alter ego, Yoga Nag, and is encouraging folks to do yoga. Today. And everyday. If you want to follow her blog and get a Nag-A-Day via email Facebook, or Instagram, go to Yoga Nag http://yoganag.wordpress.com/.
Tom Forhan, RYT 500, committed to sharing yoga after it guided him through one of the most difficult periods of his life. He began studying with Rod Stryker and completed his initial ParaYoga teacher training in 2013. He believes strongly in the power of integrating all the tools of the yoga tradition to create steadiness and ease in the face of change. He is grateful to many, but especially his first yoga teacher Sheree Mullen, as well as Joe Miller and Maria Hamburger. Tom has lived in Takoma Park for over 25 years; his work as an archaeologist has taken him from 19th century Irish tenements north of Baltimore to Mayan ruins in the jungles of Belize.

Rest for All: Restorative Yoga Teacher Training with Tara Lemerise

Some of our students' deepest experiences of yoga happen when we can give them the opportunity to stop working to control their body and mind and instead begin resting with support, awareness, and intention. The deep, purposeful kind of resting possible with restorative yoga can eliminate fatigue, expedite recovery from injuries, ease experiences of anxiety, and develop resistance to the impact of stress on physical and mental health, among other things. This teacher training will provide the tools you need to teach restorative poses with confidence and ease, both in a group setting and to one-on-one clients.

You will learn:
-detailed alignment and propping instruction of at least seven restorative postures
-the benefits, applications, and energetics of restorative yoga asanas
-when and how to use props to initiate a relaxation response
-how to address injuries, limitations, and special conditions during restorative practice
-ways to identify physical and energetic misalignment in restorative poses
-skills for physical and verbal adjustments during restorative practice

This training is ideal for:
-new and experienced yoga teachers who want to expand their teaching skills
-anyone currently enrolled in an immersion or yoga teaching training program

This training is eligible for 12 hours of continuing education credits with Yoga Alliance.
Please bring a camera/cell phone with camera and a pen/pencil for note-taking.
Tuition includes a Restorative Yoga Teacher Training Manual and a recommended-for-restoratives eye pillow. Participation in both days of this training is highly encouraged; Saturday-only registrations are available but limited.

Feb 7-8, 2015; 1pm-7pm (includes a lunch break).
Early birds: register by Jan 18 for only $210 (save $40)! In Silver Spring

Date, Time and Location

Saturday: Sat Feb 7 2015, 1:00 PM - 7:00 PM -- SS
Sunday: Sun Feb 8 2015, 1:00 PM - 7:00 PM -- SS

Registration Options

REGISTER Early bird registration — $210.00
REGISTER Basic registration — $250.00
REGISTER Saturday only — $160.00

Instructor(s)

Tara Lemerise, E-RYT-200, fell in love with yoga in 1999 and has been teaching since 2005 after graduation from the Willow Street Yoga Center Teacher Training. She is known for offering clear, light-hearted, and encouraging instruction to students of all levels. From restorative postures to arm balances and everything in between, Tara helps her students delight in each moment, even the challenging ones. Her students leave feeling more joyful, more grounded, and more at ease after each class. To learn more about Tara, visit her website: www.taralemeriseyoga.com.

Yoga Nidra: Better than a Nap with Joy Kirstin

Rooted in ancient yoga relaxation practices and non-dualism, this lying-down guided meditation practice gently loosens and releases learned patterns of anxiety and striving. It helps our systems let go of self-limiting patterns, allowing more natural ease and joy to shape our days. Evidence-based clinical research proves it to be a valuable adjunct therapy for insomnia, anxiety, depression, chronic pain, and PTSD. Included: discussion on how to best continue a home practice after this introductory live session. Everyone welcome; no experience necessary. In Takoma Park.

Date, Time and Location

Sat Feb 7 2015, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM -- TP

Registration Options

REGISTER Per Person — $30.00

Instructor(s)

Joy was introduced to Yoga Nidra in 2003 and immediately began incorporating it into her work with individuals and groups. Her offerings are informed by Rod Stryker, Richard Miller, a 25-year background in earth-based spiritual practices, and 8 years experience in maintaining a thriving international life coaching practice. She is a Certified iRest Yoga Nidra teacher and the creator of a popular Yoga Nidra CD. www.joykirstin.com

A Fine Romance: Yoga and Jazz, Valentine's Edition with Natalie Miller and the Nicole Saphos Trio

Treat yourselves to a most special evening that will make every heart sing! Join Natalie and the Nicole Saphos Trio for easygoing, restorative, post-dinner yoga accompanied by excellent live jazz. We guarantee a lovely experience for sweethearts and singles, too-no yoga experience necessary. In Silver Spring.

Date, Time and Location

Sat Feb 14 2015, 8:30 PM - 10:00 PM -- SS

Registration Options

REGISTER Per Person — $35.00

Instructor(s)

For Natalie Miller, yoga is powerful because it reminds us of the beauty within and all around us. Natalie's teaching blends creative, fluid sequencing with precise alignment instruction. She weaves attention to the breath throughout practice, helping students to cultivate connection with their bodies' inherent wisdom. With humor and eloquence, Natalie's classes inspire her students to bring the power of their yoga into the way they roll in the world: to love who they are and be in awe of who they're becoming. Her own practice is grounded in the extraordinary everyday of mothering three little girls, living in vibrant Takoma Park, and co-directing Willow Street Yoga with her husband, Joe.
Jazz bassist and vocalist, Nicole Saphos, is a multi-talented artist who is known for her hard driving bass lines and infectious voice. She studied Jazz Bass and Vocal Performance at Temple University. Since emerging onto the DC jazz scene not long ago in 2012, Saphos has established herself as a compelling entertainer performing in renowned venues such as Bohemian Caverns, and The Kennedy Center.

Yoga Nidra: Deepen Your Meditation Practice with Joy Kirstin

Make the most of Yoga Nidra's unique ability to relax you into your deepest innate wisdom-with a 50min guided YN practice followed by 30min for sitting or writing meditation. Each month's practice session is perfect for hitting the "Reset" button, nourishing your ongoing meditation practice, or dedicating time towards a specific life goal. Sessions are practice-focused with minimal instruction outside of the guided YN practice. Meditators and non-meditators welcome, including day-of registrations (space permitting). In Takoma Park.

Date, Time and Location

February: Sun Feb 15 2015, 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM -- TP
March: Sun Mar 22 2015, 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM -- TP
April: Sun Apr 19 2015, 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM -- TP

Registration Options

REGISTER All three sessions — $60.00
REGISTER 2 sessions: February, March — $45.00
REGISTER 2 sessions: February, April — $45.00
REGISTER 2 sessions: March, April — $45.00
REGISTER February only — $25.00
REGISTER March only — $25.00
REGISTER April only — $25.00

Instructor(s)

Joy was introduced to Yoga Nidra in 2003 and immediately began incorporating it into her work with individuals and groups. Her offerings are informed by Rod Stryker, Richard Miller, a 25-year background in earth-based spiritual practices, and 8 years experience in maintaining a thriving international life coaching practice. She is a Certified iRest Yoga Nidra teacher and the creator of a popular Yoga Nidra CD. www.joykirstin.com

Aging Gracefully with Yoga and Ayurveda with Belinda Baer and Penny Diamanti

As we grow older and wiser, sometimes we notice more anxiety, a lack of focus, dryness, stiffness, digestive issues, and even lowered immunity. Yoga and Ayurveda offer individualized tools and techniques to support a vibrant journey into wisdom. Belinda and Penny share myriad practices to help you age gracefully and well, and help you individually to choose practices to address your specific needs.

Full series registration recommended, although individual workshops may be taken separately. Everybody - including beginners - welcome.

I: Fundamental Practices and Daily Routines for Rejuvenation
-Learn gentle and restorative Asana to rejuvenate and nourish the body, mind and soul
-Discover daily and seasonal routines to increase focus, energy, comfort and immunity

II: Practices to Promote Ease, Calm, Clarity, and Sleep
-Dive deeply into the exploration of what you want your life to look like now
-Discuss natural ways to address insomnia and ease hormonal transitions
-Experience mediation and breathing techniques to promote calm, clarity, and a good night's sleep

III: Foods and Practices to Improve Digestion and Balance Weight
-Explore foods and cooking preparations that are nourishing and calming
-Learn practices to improve digestion and elimination, and balance weight
-Sample rejuvenating and revitalizing Ayurvedic treats

In Takoma Park.

Date, Time and Location

Part I: Fundamental Practices & Daily Routines for Rejuvenation: Sat Feb 28 2015, 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM -- TP
Part II: Practices to Promote Ease, Calm, Clarity, and Sleep: Sat Mar 28 2015, 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM -- TP
Part III: Foods & Practices to Improve Digestion & Balance Weight: Sat Apr 25 2015, 1:00 PM - 3:30 PM -- TP

Registration Options

REGISTER All three sessions — $95.00
REGISTER Part I: Fundamental Practices and Daily Routines for Rejuvenatio — $40.00
REGISTER Part II: Practices to Promote Ease, Calm, Clarity, and Sleep — $40.00
REGISTER Part III: Foods and Practices to Improve Digestion and Balance — $40.00

Instructor(s)

Belinda Baer, founder of Wise Woman Ayurveda, is a certified Ayurvedic Consultant, Yoga Teacher and Ayurvedic Bodyworker. Experiencing the profound effects of the ancient healing tradition of Ayurveda has propelled her forward to share this common sense, life-changing information with others through education, consultations and bodywork. She trained at the Kripalu School of Ayurveda with well-known teachers of the Ayurvedic community. In addition, Belinda brings a depth and breadth of experience in yoga instruction to Wise Woman Ayurveda. She received her Yoga Teacher Certification from the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in 2001. Since then, she has studied various traditions with many different Yoga teachers, integrating their methods into her teaching style. Belinda currently lives and works in Silver Spring, Maryland with her family.
Penny Diamanti, Certified Ayurvedic Health Educator (AHE), began practicing yoga and meditation in 1972, but detoured through a decade in government and corporate life before returning home to yoga. She began her studies at Willow Street with Suzie and Joe Miller and continues with Marion Griffin. After completing all of the Teacher Training modules with her primary teacher Rod Stryker, her special interest in Ayurveda led her to further studies, earning her Ayurvedic Yoga Therapist certification from the California College of Ayurveda in early 2012.

Yoga Nidra for the Seasons with Melissa Lindon

Be in harmony with the changing seasons using the gift of Yoga Nidra. Follow nature's way to go deep into the stillness of winter, then emerge into spring with clear vision and a sense of purpose. All levels of experience welcome; workshops may be taken separately. In Takoma Park.

Date, Time and Location

Winter Rest: Sat Feb 28 2015, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM -- TP
Spring Forward: Sat Mar 21 2015, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM -- TP

Registration Options

REGISTER Both workshops — $42.00
REGISTER Winter Rest — $25.00
REGISTER Spring Forward — $25.00

Instructor(s)

Melissa Lindon, E-RYT 500, approaches yoga as an opportunity to find balance and stability in a busy life, and reconnect to our innate joy. A ParaYoga Level I Certified Teacher, she has taught at the Yoga Center of Columbia since 2006, and studied with Rod Stryker since 2007. She enjoys practicing and leading yoga nidra for its profound benefits for mind, body, and spirit. www.melissalindon.com

Psoas Release Party with Jonathan FitzGordon

The psoas muscle is the main hip flexor of the body and the main engine of walking. It is essentially responsible for holding us upright while standing. A free and happy psoas allows the body to move with peak efficiency and little strain. Conversely, issues with the psoas can lead to any number of problems throughout your body-both physical and emotional.

Through a combination of lecture, discussion, and practice, students will:

-Learn the anatomy and physiology of the psoas muscle
-Begin to understand the Iliopsoas group and its core functions in the body
-Practice exercises that release long held chronic tension
-Get the best night's sleep in a decade



Everybody is welcome - no yoga experience is necessary. In Silver Spring.

Date, Time and Location

Psoas Release Party: Sat Feb 28 2015, 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM -- SS

Registration Options

REGISTER Psoas Release Party (early bird) — $75.00
REGISTER Psoas Release Party — $90.00

Instructor(s)

Jonathan FitzGordon is a yoga teacher and the creator of CoreWalking, a program teaching a natural walking technique that has been highly successful in alleviating pain, enhancing athletic performance and improving quality of life. His yoga classes are imbued with the love of anatomy and the moving body. He shares his musings on the body on his daily blog: www.corewalking.com.

The Science of the Private Lesson: Full 35 Hour Teacher Training with Francesca Cervero

Do you want to teach more private clients? Do you feel depleted from running all over town teaching tons of group classes? Do you feel drained from teaching the private clients you do have? I hear you! I have been there too. But it doesn't have to be this way.

It is possible to inspire and support meaningful change in your student's lives in a way that is sustainable. Teaching yoga one-on-one requires a different skill set than teaching group classes, and these unique skills are left out of most teacher trainings. In this full 35-hour teacher training you will be empowered to feel and trust your intuition, as well as learn practical and tangible actions you can implement in your teaching right away. Francesca will spill all her biggest secrets on what it takes to build a thriving private practice.

We will cover:
-how to turn a hectic home or busy office into a sacred space for yoga so that you can help your clients feel transported
-how to build trust with your students on every level, so they will open up to you, and real transformation can occur
-how to think on your feet and create sessions that meet your students where they are on physical, emotional, and spiritual levels
-understanding how anatomy can and should affect your teaching (finally, feel confident and anxiety-free when dealing with injuries)
-how to set boundaries (no more stress surrounding money or other sticky trigger points!)
-how to manage the business of yoga like a professional and have consistent, steady income you can count on
-how to manage your energy so you can teach a full schedule of private clients without getting drained or depleted
-how to deal with difficult clients so you fall in love with them and they stop driving you crazy ;-)
-how to manage the intense vulnerability of teaching one on one so you stop feeling nervous with new clients
-how to create long term relationships with clients who are committed to working with you, so you never have to hustle for clients again

Students will receive a training manual, certificate of completion, and eligibility for Continuing Education credits through Yoga Alliance. Spaces in this training are limited to ensure ample attention for all students: you will get a chance to practice teach, and receive immediate and helpful feedback from Francesca.

Would you like to go into your next private session feeling like a pro, with skills that will build your clientele? Register now to secure your spot.

March 1-5, 2015; 9am-5pm (includes a lunch break)
Early birds: register by Feb 6th for only $850 (save $75)! In Silver Spring.

Date, Time and Location

Sunday: Sun Mar 1 2015, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM -- SS
Monday: Mon Mar 2 2015, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM -- SS
Tuesday: Tue Mar 3 2015, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM -- SS
Wednesday: Wed Mar 4 2015, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM -- SS
Thursday: Thu Mar 5 2015, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM -- SS

Registration Options

REGISTER Early bird registration — $850.00
REGISTER Basic registration — $925.00

Instructor(s)

Francesca is a full-time yoga teacher and yoga teacher's mentor. She has been teaching yoga in New York City and Washington, DC since 2005 and the foundation of her teaching practice comes from OM Yoga Center's style of alignment-based vinyasa. Her teaching is also inspired by the years she spent in physical therapy, a deep study of anatomy, and the Buddhist writings of Tara Brach.

Francesca believes that introducing more people to the deeply healing benefits of yoga has the power to completely transform our world and the best way to get more people practicing (mindful, therapeutic) yoga is to raise the bar of professionalism for yoga teachers. She hopes that yoga teaching can be a career path that is respected and allows for sustainable income. She believe that the responsibility is on us as teachers to be worthy of, and demand such respect. It is for this reason she has maintained a thriving business teaching 25 private yoga clients a week and added a full practice teaching and mentoring yoga teachers in The Science of the Private Lesson.

Introduction to the Kettlebell Swing and Press with Marvin King

Join Chief Instructor Marvin King RKC, from the Bowie Kettlebell Club in Bowie, MD, to become acquainted with the art of the Kettlebell. Marvin introduces Authentic Russian Kettlebell technique alongside elements of yoga to show you how Kettlebell practice helps you build strength and improve joint mobility. All you need is bare feet, a bottle of water, and a desire to get stronger! Everybody welcome, but no serious injuries, please. In Silver Spring.

Date, Time and Location

Sat Mar 7 2015, 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM -- SS

Registration Options

REGISTER Per Person — $25.00

Instructor(s)

Marvin is a Russian Kettlebell Certified Instructor (RKC) and is a National Council of Strength and Fitness (NCSF) Certified Professional Trainer (CPT). In 2006 Marvin achieved the RKC Level-1 and the following year in 2007 achieved the Level-2 certification from Pavel Tsatsouline, (pioneer and founder of the RKC, Russian Kettlebell Challenge). Marvin is the owner and Chief Instructor of the Bowie Kettlebell Club (BKC) in Bowie, MD. He has been in the fitness arena for many years achieving high ranking in various martial arts and offers a course in Self Protection Training as part of his curriculum at the BKC. Marvin has introduced Kettlebells to;

yoga students - martial artist - runners - strength enthusiast - weekend warriors - and people just looking to get a little more functional body movement out of everyday life.

His unique approach to Kettlebell exercises, proper breathing, and joint mobility has helped many students better understand how Kettlebells can be used to improve yoga strength, running and walking endurance, all purpose flexibility, and proprioception awareness in everyday events.

Marvin has been seen introducing Kettlebells on the "Absolute Body Power Series" aired on Montgomery Co. cable TV. Kettlebells have been here in the US for a little over a decade and the correct usage of the Kettlebells is still hard to come by. The magic is in the detail. That's all we do!

Hips, Hams, & a Happy Low Back! with Rick Fiori

There is a reason why when hip or hamstring openers are announced in a yoga class half the class smiles while half the class groans. They are equally satisfying and challenging. Greater hip flexibility and lengthened hamstrings greatly reduce the risk of low back pain while building integrity in the low back as we age. As hips and hams open, deeply held stress and integrated emotions move through and from the body, while allowing the mind to process feelings and ultimately settle.

We will cover therapeutic techniques that open the body in a way that is mindful and safe, with a thoughtfulness that creates openness and healing. We will begin high, move slow, go upside down, and end low, culminating in meditation, powerful breath work and a juicy savasana. All levels. In Takoma Park.

Date, Time and Location

Sat Mar 14 2015, 1:30 PM - 4:00 PM -- TP

Registration Options

REGISTER Per Person — $30.00

Instructor(s)

After years of struggling with back pain, Rick found Willow Street; since beginning his studies of Anusara Yoga, he remains pain free. This new-found freedom inspires Rick to help people find their own freedom, no matter what form it takes. Rick is a graduate of Willow Street's YTT program and continues to be inspired and seriously impressed by his fellow students and teachers.

Strut Your Stuff in Pincha Mayurasana with Maria Hamburger

Join Maria to work towards this beautiful forearm balance with great shoulder openers, core strengtheners and coordination practice. Pincha Mayurasana is a wonderful pose for opening your upper back, strengthening your shoulder girdle, and showing off your colorful feathers! For students strong Level I/II+. In Takoma Park.

Date, Time and Location

Sat Mar 14 2015, 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM -- TP

Registration Options

REGISTER Per Person — $35.00

Instructor(s)

Maria is a Yoga Alliance E-RYT 500 and Certified Yoga Teacher.

Maria is a passionate believer in living and embodying a spirited life. She seeks to inspire her students to recognize the light inside themselves and manifest this in their lives, on and off the mat. Maria's progressive teaching style allows each student to experience their fullest capacity within a supportive atmosphere and a playful heart.

Along with Maria's regular teaching schedule she has assisted in the Willow Street Yoga Teacher Training program for the past 5 years and has co - taught in the Willow Street Yoga Immersion program.

Maria seeks to ignite the passion of the journey of yoga from where the richness of ourselves becomes the well from where we experience life.

Balance of Power: Find your Sustainable Center with Emma Magenta and Bernadette Birney

Many of us practice yoga seeking balance. Practically speaking, though - what does that really look like? Does balance entail standing on one foot, or on our hands? Does it mean allocating our time and energy equally across the board of life? (Nope!) Does the heroic approach to balance require becoming more willing to sway in the midst of uncertainty more of the time rather than less? (Probably!) Your body loves balance but may be approximating it in inefficient ways. To truly access the power of your own center, you might have to reach way out of your comfort zone into a realm of wobbles. Emma and Bernadette guide you beyond balance as a pathway to security, and toward balance as an expression of perpetual - but sustainable - evolution. In Silver Spring.

Early birds: register by March 1 for discounted rates!

Take a Stand with Emma Magenta and Bernadette Birney
Yoga is more about the ability to stand strong on your own two feet than the ability to stand on your head. Get your legs back under your pelvis, your pelvis properly tipped - and get back to where you belong. With their signature combination of savvy instruction, creativity and humor, Em and Bern will guide you in an exploration of balance between the front and back of your body, and the inner and outer edges - whether you have two feet solidly on the floor, or only one. All levels.

Courage to Wobble with Emma Magenta and Bernadette Birney
Sometimes balance is holding on. Sometimes it's letting go and riding the wave. How comfortable are you when things shift? In the afternoon, our focus broadens and softens as we re-imagine conventional poses in more fluid, unconventional ways. We'll close the day with yummy floorwork and restorative poses. Prepare for something magical. All levels.

Sacred Asymmetry: Balancing Mobility at your SI Joint with Bernadette Birney
Ever wonder why yogis are always talking about the sacrum? There should be 3-4 millimeters of movement in the joint where your sacrum meets your pelvis, and its absence or presence impacts your entire body - for better or for worse. We'll look at ways to keep this joint mobile and include techniques that we might not think of as traditional asana. Come with an open mind, prepared to challenge and maybe even dismantle some of your alignment preconceptions. Everybody welcome.

Beyond Kegels: A New Approach to Pelvic Floor Health with Emma Magenta
Nobody wants to really talk about what goes on "down there" in the pelvic floor region. The most we learn is that we should be doing Kegels - a lot of them, all the time. However, recent studies have shown that Kegels are only part of the story. Pelvic health throughout our lives requires more than simply muscling through. Join Emma Magenta for a respectful, yet clear exploration of how your yoga practice can awaken and stabilize the root of your body. Everybody welcome.

Date, Time and Location

Take a Stand with Emma Magenta and Bernadette Birney: Sat Mar 21 2015, 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM -- SS
Courage to Wobble with Emma Magenta and Bernadette Birney: Sat Mar 21 2015, 4:30 PM - 7:00 PM -- SS
Sacred Asymmetry: Balancing Mobility at your SI Joint with Bernadette Birney: Sun Mar 22 2015, 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM -- SS
Beyond Kegels: A New Approach to Pelvic Floor Health with Emma Magenta: Sun Mar 22 2015, 1:30 PM - 4:00 PM -- SS

Registration Options

REGISTER Full weekend early bird — $125.00
REGISTER Full weekend — $140.00
REGISTER Take a Stand with Emma Magenta and Bernadette Birney — $30.00
REGISTER Courage to Wobble with Emma Magenta and Bernadette Birney — $30.00
REGISTER Sacred Asymmetry: Balancing Mobility at your SI Joint with Bern — $45.00
REGISTER Beyond Kegels: A New Approach to Pelvic Floor Health with Emma — $45.00

Instructor(s)

Bernadette Birney is an idealist trying to look nonchalant in a smart alec suit. She has been teaching yoga for over a decade, and is also a writer, and a coach. Bernadette is known for her knowledge of tantric philosophy, the legends and lore of yoga, the anatomy of asana, surgically precise instruction, humor, and the occasional profanity. Her events are deliberately welcoming - a yoga'tude free zone. Bernadette is committed to the art of life on purpose, and to inspiring people to live their best lives. She has fostered a thriving local yoga community where she continues to mentor the teachers, and lead trainings and retreats. She has contributed to Yoga Journal, Fit Yoga, Origin Magazine, Elephant Journal, and is the author of a quirky, award-winning blog. Cyberstalk her at www.bernadettebirney.com
Emma writes: "I grew up on a sheep farm in the Flint Hills of Kansas. I attended Bryn Mawr College and later earned a diploma in acupuncture. I've studied hatha yoga and how to teach it for over 12 years with Amy Ippoliti, Christina Sell, Noah Maze, and many others. I study yoga philosophy and history with Douglas Brooks of the University of Rochester, and meditation with Paul Muller-Ortega, formerly of the University of Rochester.

When I took my first yoga class in New York City in 1995, I thought it was really strange and wonderful. It fit me perfectly! When we chanted Om, I thought, 'Yoga has singing - I love to sing!' When we reclined at the end of class, I thought, 'Yoga has resting - I love to rest!' Later, I was blown away to hear the teacher say that life is good, that we are all intrinsically good, and that yoga is a way to experience our goodness. 'Amazing - I believe that too!'

For over a decade, I taught a style of hatha yoga that combined this philosophy of intrinsic goodness with a system of biomechanical alignment. I became an excellent yoga teacher: devoted to my students, well-versed in anatomy and yoga history, and skilled in guiding a class through the rise and fall of a practice. While I loved how affiliation with a specific method validated me, recent challenging circumstances taught me to seek a deeper validation from my own mind and heart. Earlier this year I stepped away from teaching in a particular style, and toward a broader vision of yoga.

This has been an incredible opportunity to unfurl my unique teaching voice, expand my repertoire of practices, and re-dedicate myself to my mission as a yoga teacher. I love to cook, eat, sing, and walk; I love to laugh and fight and make up with loved ones, be outside, read and write, see movies, go swimming, and jump on trampolines. Through yoga, I seek to celebrate and enrich these everyday experiences in my life and the lives of my students."

Yoga for Cancer Support with Lucy Lomax

This workshop is for those with cancer, or those who support cancer survivors in any stage of treatment, healing, or recovery. We focus on gentle yoga poses and relaxing breath practices to bring a sense of grounding and ease into the body/mind. It concludes with iRest(R) Yoga Nidra meditation, an effective tool for managing the stress that living with cancer can entail. In Silver Spring.

Date, Time and Location

Sat Mar 21 2015, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM -- SS

Registration Options

REGISTER Per Person — $25.00

Instructor(s)

Lucy Lomax, E-RYT 500, RPYT, began meditating and practicing yoga in the 70's and teaching yoga in 1999. From 15 years of study in alignment-based yoga, her teaching focuses on anatomy, biomechanics, and integrative body/mind principles. Ever the student, she continues to study practical applications integrating therapeutic alignment-based yoga with Western medical approaches to healing. Lucy is a Certified Warriors at Ease teacher, a Level 1 iRest(R) Yoga Nidra teacher, and a Cancer Exercise Specialist. She focuses on trauma-sensitive yoga and meditation, on adaptive yoga for students with post traumatic stress, traumatic brain injury, amputation, or other special conditions, and on patients and survivors of cancer.

New Year's Evolution: Clearing Space in an Overwhelmed Life with Natalie Miller

We live in abundance, and this is both a blessing and a challenge. Our work, our homes, our calendars, our inboxes, our minds are full to the brim with to-dos, and this often leaves us running on empty.

Join Natalie to step into the new year by clearing the way for the life you want: one where you have the time and energy to be inspired - rather than overwhelmed - by life's abundance.

Together, with the help of yoga and meditation practices, self-reflection exercises, weekly clear-it-out tasks for home, and ample community support, we will:

-Evaluate and adjust our daily lives to reflect our values and intentions.
-Clear out living space: at home, in our calendars, in our heads.
-Learn to feel good about saying "No."
-Shift away from multitasking and toward working smart.
-Identify and eliminate habits that drain time and energy.
-Begin to make - and actually take - time for ourselves.


Each class includes balanced asana and meditation practice, plus time for self-reflection and discussion. Weekly re-cap emails plus an optional Facebook group help us to stay connected and motivated. Students may make up any missed classes, and additional class registrations are eligible for the multiclass rate.

Practices are geared to students with yoga experience - no very beginners, please - but will include modifications to suit yogis of all levels. Suggested reading: Brigid Schulte's Overwhelmed: Work, Love, and Play when No One Has the Time, which gives fresh sociological and psychological perspective on why and how Overwhelm is so prevalent today.

Class meets Saturdays, Jan 10-March 28 (12 weeks), 9:00-10:45am in Silver Spring.

Date, Time and Location

Sat Mar 28 2015, 9:00 AM - 10:45 AM -- SS

Registration Options

REGISTER Per Person — $295.00

Instructor(s)

For Natalie Miller, yoga is powerful because it reminds us of the beauty within and all around us. Natalie's teaching blends creative, fluid sequencing with precise alignment instruction. She weaves attention to the breath throughout practice, helping students to cultivate connection with their bodies' inherent wisdom. With humor and eloquence, Natalie's classes inspire her students to bring the power of their yoga into the way they roll in the world: to love who they are and be in awe of who they're becoming. Her own practice is grounded in the extraordinary everyday of mothering three little girls, living in vibrant Takoma Park, and co-directing Willow Street Yoga with her husband, Joe.

Happy Feet: Yoga for Addressing Plantar Fasciitis with Joe Miller

Plantar fasciitis is a remarkably common and challenging-even debilitating-condition. Join Joe to learn more about some of the underlying patterns that may be leading to your pain, and also explore practical tools to help you find relief. Everybody welcome-no yoga experience necessary. In Silver Spring.

Date, Time and Location

Sat Apr 18 2015, 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM -- SS

Registration Options

REGISTER Per Person — $30.00

Instructor(s)

Joe Miller, E-RYT500, draws upon his 20 years of yogic exploration and study of anatomy to recognize and celebrate our endless potential to align with the intelligence of the body. With humor and lots of individualized attention, Joe uses his deep understanding of Hatha Yoga, Tantric Philosophy, and Ayurveda to give students practical tools to experience fully this gift of life. Joe co-leads Willow Street's Teacher Training program, and continues to deepen his own practice by studying with his principal teachers and his amazing family.

Labor with Love: Yoga, Positioning and Partner Support to Enhance Your Birth with Michelle Cohen

This labor preparation intensive will give you the tools you need to enter your birth feeling equipped and empowered. Topics will include a discussion of the stages of labor, optimal positioning, breath work, and key positions to use during labor. Michelle Cohen, mother of 2, prenatal yoga instructor, and doula weaves together her knowledge of various comfort measures, yoga philosophy and postures, breath work, visualization and birth planning to help you actively and enthusiastically participate in your birth. For those seeking an active, participatory birth, this is a perfect complement to other childbirth education for first-time couples, and as a stand-alone refresher for second-time (or more!) moms. Registration fee is per couple. In Takoma Park.

Date, Time and Location

Sat Apr 25 2015, 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM -- TP

Registration Options

REGISTER Per Couple — $95.00

Instructor(s)

Michelle, RYT-200 is certified in vinyasa yoga, and has also completed Conscious Birthing Prenatal Teacher Training with Janice Clarfield and Itsy Bitsy Yoga Training for Tots and Tykes with Helen Garabedian. As the mother of two active boys, her greatest yoga moments occur off the mat and on-the-go. Completely transformed by pregnancy, labor and birth, Michelle has found her greatest passion in teaching prenatal and postnatal yoga. Her own children have taught her the most about connecting to the breath, the bittersweetness of impermanence, and the ability for the heart to hold more joy than ever thought possible. As a yoga teacher, she encourages her students to uncover and embrace their inner wisdom to empower them to lead a more truthful, conscious and passionate life. Trained as a doula, Michelle is thrilled to weave together her yoga, mindfulness, labor support, and parenting skills to serve as a resource for pregnant women during this magical and momentous stage of their lives.

Yoga. Learn. Practice. Share. Inspiring New Pathways of Freedom, Joy, and Happiness with Moses Brown

The lore of yoga is that it is a body of traditions and knowledge typically passed from person to person by word of mouth. In a Yoga Workshop we are taught through the practice and study of these traditions how to acquire knowledge and skills through experience. We practice becoming aware of something new and different by observation and we learn from our own experience. Yoga is a path and a practice that inspires learning. Nothing to "unlearn", only the creation of new paths of learning.

Yoga learning is about creating new impressions that inspire freedom, joy and happiness in our awareness and in our bodies that compete with old impressions of limitation and constriction in our awareness of ourselves. The more we learn to charge the new pathways, the more we discharge the old. The more we charge the new paths, the easier it is to locate them and to activate them. The less we follow the old paths, the more distantly they recede in our awareness and soon they cease to exist at all.

In these workshops we will empower the quality of giving delight to our own inspired state of learning. We will do this through learning about Yoga Philosophy, practicing those ideas in our asana practice, meditating on them so they can be cultivated more deeply and of course empowering them together as a community by playful interaction and having a lot of fun together. In other words, yoga is meant to be about learning, practicing and sharing together!

Each class will be unique and these two classes are suitable for all levels of yoga practice and can be taken together or as a single class. In Silver Spring.

Early Birds: register by April 1 for discounted rates!

Date, Time and Location

Saturday Practice: Sat May 2 2015, 1:30 PM - 4:00 PM -- SS
Sunday Practice: Sun May 3 2015, 1:30 PM - 4:00 PM -- SS

Registration Options

REGISTER Pair of workshops (early bird) — $80.00
REGISTER Pair of workshops — $95.00
REGISTER Saturday workshop (early bird) — $45.00
REGISTER Saturday workshop — $50.00
REGISTER Sunday workshop (early bird) — $45.00
REGISTER Sunday workshop — $50.00

Instructor(s)

Moses Brown believes that yoga should be a heart-opening experience that is supportive as well as empowering to the student. His teachings create an approach that is physically dynamic, mentally stimulating and therapeutic. Moses brings focus, concentration, and mindfulness to his classes, weaving them together with playfulness, joy and FUN!!