- 6:00 to 7:30 pm, Jivamukti Beginner Vinyasa Class. Studio open at 5:30 pm for meditation
- 6:00 to 7:45 pm, Jivamukti Open Class. Studio open at 5:30 pm for meditation
- (1st-Tuesday of the month Potlucks after yoga.Once a month, join us for a special meal together)
- 9:00 to 10:30 am, Jivamukti Beginner Vinyasa Class
- 9:00 to 10:45 am, Jivamukti Open Class
Jivamukti Spirtual Warrior Classes are available from 7:30 to 8:30 am each morning by appointment. Please call if you’d like to arrange a class.
Open Classes and Beginner Vinyasa–drop in $20, 10 pass $150.
Spiritual Warrior Class–drop in $20, 10 pass $150. (Pre-registration required) By appointment only.
Mats & Props Available for Your Use.
Jivamukti Beginner Vinyasa Class
No experience in yoga is necessary. You begin where you are to learn the fundamentals of a smooth, flowing yoga style. Basic poses are broken down into easily accessible versions, and then integrated with the breath to create a dance-like sense of flow. We cultivate comfort in our bodies, diminishing self-consciousness while we gradually build flexibility, strength and focus.
Spiritual Warrior Class
The Spiritual Warrior sessions are a compact, brisk, vinyasa flow of a full of range of postures that wake up every zone of the body and mind. (Pre-registration required)
Jivamukti Open Class
The Open Class means open to all levels, from beginner to advanced, though some yoga experience is helpful.
This is a free form, flowing, dance-like journey, with slow portions, building to vigorous peaks, and gentling back into cooling relaxation. Motion and stillness, exertion and relaxation, energetic expansion and contraction: these are the dynamic poles within which we play and experience our bodies anew. The teacher creates a safe, mutually supportive atmosphere for the shared inner exploration. Employing music, mantra, breath exercise and a brief meditation, the Open Class weaves it’s magic to help us reconnect to the pure core energy within us all.
Yin Yoga Class
Led by Carol Ellis. Integrating body, mind and spirit techniques based in traditional Chinese medicine and meditation. Supportive props for this practice:
- X2 yoga blocks or books
- A bolster/pillow/rolled up sleeping bag
- A blanket or towel
In the Jivamukti tradition, exploring a pose includes its energetic dimension and it’s emotional signature. Bethel will guide a flow portion including specific preparatory poses to inform a workshop breakout session where we take our time to look more deeply at poses we may just be growing into. May include use of props, partner assists, and demonstrations.
Suitable for people with an established practice, but not a static practice.
After the class, we will have a half hour for tea and talk, for those with questions or insights to share.