"Be like a tree and let the dead leaves drop." - Rumi

The change in season is nature's way of having us stop and pay attention. We stop to admire new blooms in the spring, and we stop to wonder at colorful leaves in the fall. It may be hot today, but have you noticed the mornings are cooling off? We start to become aware of what's going on around us and also within us.

Many yogic and Ayurvedic traditions suggest we are aligned to nature and her cycles. So in the fall (my favorite time of the year!), we start to let go of the extra stuff, we start to slow down, and we start to ground down. As Rumi says, we let the dead leaves drop. Fall is nature's way of having us be more mindful of what we're carrying so that we might be able to let go of what we don't need.

In my classes this month, we'll burn off the energy of the summer and embrace the transition to fall. I hope you'll join me!

Namaste,
Alicia
THIS WEEKEND
w/ Arielle Otero

FRIDAY, September 13th 2019
6:30-7:30 p.m.

by donation // pay what you wish
w/ Meeraj Moosa

SATURDAY, September 14th 2019
10:30-11:30 a.m.

Cost: $10

***Parking is FREE! We'll provide a validated parking ticket.***

To arrive at The Landing & Marina, follow the pedestrian bridge from Bessemer Court over the railroad tracks. There are both stairs and elevator access to this location, and there will be a tent for those of you looking for a little shade too!
 
w/ Ashley O'Hara

SUNDAY, September 15th 2019
10:30-11:30 a.m.

Cost: $10

The entrance to Grandview Park (or Emerald View Park ) is located at the corner of Bailey and Beltzhoover Avenues, near the intersection of Mount Washington and Allentown neighborhoods.
w/ Lynn Rescigno

SUNDAY, September 15th 2019
5:30-7 p.m.

regular class pricing
UPCOMING EVENTS
w/ Heather Stants

SUNDAY, September 29th 2019
1-3 p.m.

Dance Flow Yoga is a smooth blend of vinyasa flow yoga and dance with emphasis on breath, expansive movement, fluidity, and exploration of the space between the shapes. This is a very active practice style. Yoga experience strongly recommended.

Cost: $35 in advance // $40 at the door
w/ Joseph Carringer

SUNDAY, October 27th 2019
1-2:30 p.m.

This workshop consists of seven 11-minute meditations that are produced with guidance from the commonly accepted modern seven chakra system and their corresponding musical keys. All seven chakra mediations will include unique extended didgeridoo meditations accented with chord notes performed on concert pitch contemporary Himalayan singing bowls.

The intention of these seven unique extended chakra meditations is to support clearing, connecting, and revitalizing one’s subtle energy system.


Cost: $45