What’s New at YogaFish?

  • Easter Schedule: Join Charlie for 8 AM YinRestorative on Sunday, April 21. The Tergar Meditation group will also be meeting from 4-5:30 PM and you are always welcome.
  • Season is here and classes are fuller! Please keep in mind that reserving online is the best way to ensure your space in class. If you are on a wait list, you will receive an email or text to let you know you’ve been added to the class. Not getting notifications? Let us know and we’ll check to be sure we have your correct info, and that you’re set up to receive them. If everything looks good, check your spam folder to be sure they’re not getting lost!
  • We appreciate your help with parking: Please park in the middle of the parking lot or in the two spots in front of the studio, not in front of our neighbors’ businesses. Thank you for helping us to be good neighbors!
  • Scholarship Opportunities are available: If you find benefit in a regular yoga studio practice but are unable to attend due to financial considerations, please contact us. We have a limited number of scholarship opportunities available on an ongoing basis.
  • Looking for the perfect complement to your yoga practice? Check out the steel mace and Werq cardio dance classes offered by our neighbors at Diversified Therapeutics! Steel mace classes improve your shoulder strength and mobility, back and grip strength– the perfect complement to your yoga practice (and so much fun!). Werq is a wildly addictive dance workout that feels like a party with friends. Your first class is free– visit their Facebook page to learn more and click on “Book Now” to schedule your first class. 

Saturday, March 23, 1-3 PM. Relax, Restore, Renew: a special restorative class & Yoga Nidra to nourish your body & spirit. Join Maggie for a special two hour restorative yoga class with Yoga Nidra. Let go of stress and allow yourself to drop into a state of healing self-awareness with this nourishing practice, releasing into conscious rest and a state of ease.

This class includes accessible, supported yoga poses for thorough relaxation, together with guided breath work and meditation. We conclude with Yoga Nidra: a guided meditation practice that uniquely unwinds and regulates the nervous system, effectively reducing stress and anxiety while deeply relaxing, restoring and rejuvenating to promote healing.

No experience is required! Space is limited- please reserve online. Tuition: $25 before March 16, $30 after.

Tantra: The Art of Creation. Saturday, April 6, 1-4 PM with Adam Flores. 

This ancient shamanic practice weaves sensual and mystical allure– together we untangle these threads to unveil truth.

Explore the mystery of Shiva & Shakti: Learn symbolic language of Mantra, Yantra, Mandala and the Ritual Practice of Puja.

Go beyond the ordinary into magical reality: Release fears and limiting beliefs, while integrating desires of the psyche.

Embark on a journey of self-discovery and transformation. Tuition: $45 before April 1, $60 after. No experience required. Space is limited- please reserve online.

 

 

Saturday, May 4, 2019, 12 – 8 PM. Introduction to Craniosacral Therapy, 8 NCBTMB Continuing Education Hours (includes 12 CE Hours online for massage therapists, 20 Hours Total) Open to All – No Experience Necessary. If you’ve always been interested in connecting with the body/mind on a “deeper level”, this is the class for you! Craniosacral is a “non-invasive/subtletherapy” which anyone can do! A simple technique done through the clothes is a therapy based on intention, soft hands and an open heart. It has been successful in addressing a variety of conditions including injuries, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia, depression, anxiety, chronic pain, headaches and promotes an over-all sense of well-being.

In this class we will look at the basic anatomy of the craniosacral system and cover a 10-step protocol which will be performed through the clothing. To prepare for our Craniosacral experience, we will open with a partnered “Chakra Unwinding”. Come share in this amazing journey. No experience is necessary– open to all who are interested. Bring an open heart and open mind to class.

Tuition: $169 (includes manual and certification). A $25.00 non-refundable fee is required to hold your space in class . $144.00 Balance Due at Class (Check or Cash; checks made payable to Jeannette Cunniff, instructor). Class limited to 10 people. Reserve online today. 

Class is offered through Massage CE Learning Tree. Jeannette Cunniff, LMT, NCBTMB; NCBTMB Approved CE Provider 450015-06 since 2006.  For Information on the Class & Instructor: 941-879-6200 or visit www.massagecelearningtree.com.

Saturday May 18, 1-6:30. Reiki I Training with Rev George Hughes, IAYT, E-RYT 500
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 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.

This clear, concise and hands-on class gives all participants the opportunity to discover the relaxation, healing and balance available through Reiki practice. George also encourages participants to discover their unique intuitive abilities.

There is no experience required to attend this class. A Certificate of Completion and Lineage and a Manual are included in the course fee. Tuition: $100 before May 11; $125 after. Space is limited. To learn more or reserve your space, please click here.

Sunday, May 19, 1-3 PM. Yoga Nidra with George Hughes. 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 5/11. $25 after.  Reserve your space by clicking here.