Upcoming Workshops and Events

Celebrate Diwali

Indian Festival of Lights

Friday, October 28 | 6 p.m. 

Offer Light | Celebrate Light | Be Light

Join the local Indian community for a Puja (prayer) ceremony, chanting, music, inspiration talks, followed by home-cooked traditional Indian food. 

Sliding scale: $10 or more Space is limited; pre-registration is HIGHLY encouragedProceeds will go to benefit local non-profit F.A.R.M. Cafe & EDGE (EDucation for Girls Empowerment)

Medicinal Wisdom Traditions:

Ayurveda 101

4 Saturdays, Oct 22 – Nov 12 | 2 to 3:30 p.m.

Explore the Ayurvedic understanding of what is required for sustainable health & longevity. Take the series or individual sessions. Register by October 14 to receive the early bird rate. 

  • Week 1: Your Unique Mind-Body Type: Ayurveda gives us a framework to understand our unique blueprint which allows us care for our health effectively.
  • Week 2: Daily & Seasonal Routines: Science now confirms what our ancestors practiced, that daily & seasonal routines based on nature are foundational to well being. Learn to build a supportive morning routine.
  • Week 3: Principles of Diet & Digestion: We will look at food ingredients & cooking from the standpoint of digestive health & nourishment.
  • Week 4: Self Care Practices / Q&A: Learn daily skin care, detox, recovery from stress, EMF protection & more; with practical, hands-on, simple, at-home therapies.

Jacob Clark ia an Ayurvedic clinician specializing in digestive tract pathology with a decade of applied knowledge as a student of Vedic sciences. Learn more at HCAClinic.org.

Release & Restore: Therapeutics of the Low Back

Sunday, November 6    |    1 to 3:00 p.m. with Noelle Austin, Yoga Therapist

  • Understand the anatomy & causes of lower back pain
  • Practice movement, breath & relaxation techniques to relieve lower back pain
  • Learn tools for a more easeful life

Noelle is certified through the International Association of Yoga Therapists.

Email Noelle about full or partial scholarship options. noelle.roseceleste (@) gmail. com

 

Embodying the Yoga Sutras

Philosophy & Physical Asana Practice

Saturday, October 15 | 1 to 6 p.m.

Explore some of the main themes of Pantanjali’s Yoga Sutra and how this ancient yogic text (originally written in a form of Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit), can be applicable to our daily lives and our relationships.

Led by Michael Johnson, Clearlight Yoga

Michael has been a full-time yoga instructor for nearly 20 years. He integrates original music in his classes along with a secular approach to the non-dual philosophy behind yoga.

A husband, father of a 4 year-old, caretaker for a rescued cat and dog, he is also a lead instructor for Asheville Yoga Center’s 200hr Teacher Training and 300hr Advanced Training Programs. He is also the co-founder of 195-Day Yoga and Meditation Challenge, Clearlight Yoga and the musical project Ösel.

Embodying the Yoga Sutras: Philosophy & Physical Asana Practice

Explore some of the main themes of Pantanjali’s Yoga Sutra and how this ancient yogic text (originally written in a form of Buddhist Hybrid Sanskrit), can be applicable to our daily lives and our relationships.

Michael has been a full-time yoga instructor for nearly 20 years. He integrates original music in his classes along with a secular approach to the Non-dual philosophy behind yoga.

As a husband, father of a 4 year-old, caretaker for a rescued cat and dog…he is a lead instructor for Asheville Yoga Center’s 200hr Teacher Training and 300hr Advanced Training Programs. He is also the co-founder of 195-Day Yoga and Meditation Challenge, Clearlight Yoga and the musical project Ösel.

 

Sound Bath & Yoga Nidra

Saturday November 19   |   4 to 5:30 p.m. 

with Jeremiah Brown

Registration Coming Soon!