New Workshops & Events at YogaFish!

Dear friends: Please keep in mind that our space is limited. Reserving via MindBody’s online scheduling system is the best way to ensure your spot in class. We also ask that when visiting our studio, you park in the middle of the lot (not in front of a building) or in one of the two spots directly in front of our space. This keeps our neighbors happy, which is very important to us. Thanks for your help! 

Connected Warriors with Maggie Turmel is ongoing, Mondays from 3-4. This is not a YogaFish class for the public but is offered through Connected Warriors only for active service members, vets and their families. Please visit the Connected Warriors website for more information. If you know someone who may be interested, please help us spread the word. 

The Gift of Present Time with Robin Jillson. Saturday, January 14, 1-3:30. “Be in the o-gift-facebook-1moment.” “Stay present.” “Enjoy the Now.” Most of us have heard those expressions, but few of us have learned exactly what that means and how to achieve it. This fun and experiential workshop teaches you to be fully present in your body and emotions and give you tools you can use immediately to improve your happiness and well-being. Our time together will acquaint you with the right brain and how it perceives time, teach you to recognize physical and emotional present time, and provide you with guided experiences of present time. There will be plenty of time for questions, discussion and suggestions for everyday practice.  Tuition: $20. For yogis and non-yogis alike- no experience required! Click here for more information or to reserve your space online.

Asana Clinic: Standing Poses and Mindful Transitions with Laura Wenger, ERYT500. Saturday, January 28, 1-3:30. In this installment of the YogaFish Asana Clinic series, we’ll focus on the most common standing poses of vinyasa yoga.

  • Study the differences and relationships between poses
  • Learn how to transition with strength and grace, using props and muscular energy to move 1904168_655173564544834_1340311211_nmindfully
  • Build the foundation of each posture so that you always have your feet in the “right place.”
  • Work with your body’s strengths to maximize each pose
  • Learn how to modify for your body as you gain strength and flexibility
  • Practice self-inquiry to reveal your own best alignment
  • Identify patterns in your practice that might lead to common injuries

Some previous knowledge of yoga is helpful but not required. All levels are welcome and modifications will be offered. Space is limited to 10. Bring your questions and be prepared to work (in a compassionate way)! Tuition: $35 before January 21. $40 after. Click here for more information or to reserve your space online.

Yoga Nidra with Laura Wenger, E-RYT500. Saturday, February 4, 1-2:30 PM. Yoga Nidra (“Yogic Sleep”) is a way to experience profound calmness, stillness and clarity. It is one of the deepest of all meditations, leading awareness through many levels of mental process to a state of supreme stillness and insight. Yoga Nidra often leads to deep relaxation, assisting the body in dropping out of “fight or flight” and back into “rest and digest” state for a calmer mind and a more efficient immune system. The practice is done lying down on your yoga mat for at least one hour. No experience is necessary to take this class. Mat and blanket recommended, but not required. Tuition: $20 before January 28, $25 after. Please reserve online to ensure your place in class. 

MELT Method: Basics and Beyond with Amba Greene. Saturday, February 11, 1-4. Release UnknownTension & Reboot Your Energy! Learn simple self-care techniques you can use every day to make your body feel better and function more efficiently. Relieve aches and pains brought on by aging and active living. Reduce inflammation, ease chronic neck & low back strain, improve alignment, & learn how to keep your whole body working better. Join Advanced MELT Instructor Amba Greene for a 3-hour workshop to introduce you to MELT. $50 if paid by February 4, or $60.00 after. For a full description or to reserve your space, please click here. 

Savaaahsana! with Kim Cook, E-RYT200. Saturday, February 25, 1-2:30 PM. Have you ever wished Savasana lasted longer? We have just the practice for you! Join Kim for this special 90 minute session of just your favorite pose- Savasana! We’ll use supportive props to create a restorative, relaxing pose that’s right for you. Then it’s time to drop into a deep meditative state as the healing vibrations of Crystal Bowls and a specially tuned Harp wash over and through your body, mind and soul. You’ll leave refreshed, relaxed, and rejuvenated. Tuition: $25. No experience required. Click here to reserve your space online.

MELT Method: Five-Week Workshop Series with Amba Greene. Wednesdays: February 15, 22, March 1, 8, 15, 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM. Our annual offering is back! Join Advanced MELT Instructor Amba Greene for a special MELT program, offering the opportunity to learn all the MELT moves in the NY Times bestselling book: The MELT Method!

** Feel confident to practice MELT at home!
** Experience intermediate moves not in the book and the new NeuroStrength curriculum!
** Participate in a 28 Day Rehydration Challenge!134979
** Learn other Self- Care practices!
**Be proactive and evolve your health!
 There will be time for discussion and Q & A.

Space is limited to 18 participants. Bring a yoga mat and water. Rollers and Balls and Books will be available for purchase for home practice (cash and checks, please).  Tuition: $200 if paid by February 8 or $225 after. Click here for more information or to reserve your space online.

The Yamas & Niyamas: Living Your Yoga with Laura Wenger, E-RYT500. Saturday, March 17, 1-4 PM. More than just yoga postures, the practice of yoga is designed to be a holistic system that leads to a deeper sense of overall health, happiness, and well-being. In this three hour workshop, we will explore the ethical precepts that comprise the first two limbs of the yogic path. The yamas and niyamas, rather than a being rigid set of rules, are an invitation to bring clarity, joy and wisdom to everyday life through practical guidelines of right conduct. This workshop includes lecture and discussion on how we can bring the practice of yoga off the mat and into our daily lives. No experience necessary. Tuition: $30 before March 11, $35 after. Please register online to reserve your space in class. 

Reiki Training Level 1 w/Rev. George Hughes, E-RYT 500. Saturday, April 8, 1-6:30 PM.  Reiki is a Japanese technique for stress reduction and relaxation that also promotes healing. It is a form of hands-on-healing used to cleanse, balance and heal while invigorating the mind, body and soul. Reiki is based on the idea that an energy life force flows within each of us.
This workshop will be led by Rev. George Hughes, an Usui Reiki Master and yoga teacher.  We will explore the principles and practice of Reiki Self-Healing in an environment that promotes self-discovery as well. One cannot begin to heal others until they have taken the responsibility to heal themselves.
No experience is necessary to take this class.  Tuition: $100 before April 1, $125 after. Space is limited. Click here to read more, and to reserve your space in class.

Yoga Nidra with George Hughes, E-RYT500. Sunday, April 9, 1-3 PM. Back from his adventures in India, George is happy to guest-teach one of our most popular workshops:Yoga Nidra. Yoga Nidra (“Yogic Sleep”) is a way to experience profound calmness, stillness and clarity. It is one of the deepest of all meditations, leading awareness through many levels of mental process to a state of supreme stillness and insight.
Yoga Nidra often leads to deep relaxation, assisting the body in dropping out of “fight or flight” and back into “rest and digest” state for a calmer mind and a more efficient immune system. The practice is done lying down on your yoga mat for at least one hour. Please bring anything you need to help yourself be comfortable, including a pillow and/or blanket. No experience is necessary to take this class. Mat and blanket recommended, but not required. Tuition: $20 before April 1, $25 after. Please reserve online to ensure your place in class.