The studio holds unique workshops and events. Hopefully you can experience something new that will enrich your life. I am always looking for ways to help people connect with themselves in novel ways: either through art, breathe or meditation. These events are also meant to be enjoyable!
Is happening with our buddies over at Pizza Port. It is going to be August 7th at 5:30 pm and taught by the wonderful Beth. Outdoors of course. It is $15 to drop in but also a great time to sign up for our $49 unlimited month!
All classes for anyone under 21 are $10 drop in.
Join our meetup! It is the Carlsbad Unpretentious Yoga and Sailing Group. If anyone knows how to sail please join!
Hiking Club, Yoga Hikers!
We have a hiking group Cotton Chillz. It is connected to our Facebook Page. We hope to post 2 hikes a week. You don’t have to do yoga to tag along.
Next book club is meeting on July 29th at 7:30. We are reading Palm Sunday. An autobiography of Kurt Vonnegut. I love Kurt Vonnegut. We will be meeting in the tent and talking about the book. Beth says he is a little self absorbed. She is probably right. He has a good outlook and a clever sense of humor.
This is a great group of people who come together on Wednesday afternoons at 1:30. It is a very gentle class to get you moving and the teacher is very cautious of peoples prior injuries. This program is run because of support from your co-op membership.
All classes are offered to ijourney or Leap to Confidence graduates for $5. We strongly encourage yoga as a coping mechanism to heal trauma. Erin and Robert (2 of our wonderful teachers) started the non-profit Ijourney as a way for Veterans to deal with their PTSD without the use of medication. I am a graduate of Leap to Confidence. It is a program designed for women to feel like themselves again after leaving abusive relationships or dealing with other uncomfortable life circumstances. For more information on Leap to Confidence or Ijourney click on these links. I am so happy to be able to support these organizations.
Befriending Your Body: How Yoga Helps Heal Trauma
is a great article by the author of The Body Keeps the Score