Saturday, Sept 19
Backyard Yoga/Fall Equinox Ceremony
9:00 am - 11:15 am
with Grace Kendrick, CAS, E-RYT
As we enter a new spiritual doorway at the Fall Equinox, we take time to stop and take inventory of what we want to hold dear and what we want to release. Join our sacred circle for an equinox ritual and refreshing yoga class in a lovely outdoor setting.
Limited to 12 students. Socially distanced. Private location. Donation-based.
October 5-12 (Group Date)
Ayurveda Fall Cleanse: Reboot your system and THRIVE
This 10-day simple, yet profound Ayurvedic cleanse is designed to reset the digestive system, strengthen the immune system and provide a healthy base for more harmonious food habits and a seasonal fall/winter diet.
Sunday, Nov 1
Mala Making for Good (Virtual)
10 am - 12 pm PST
with Grace Kendrick and Angie Hamstead
Mala is a Sanskrit term meaning “meditation garland” and was developed to keep the mind focused on the practice of meditation. In this workshop, you will get everything you need to create a beautiful mala to use as a tool for your meditation practice. On November 1, we will meet virtually to bless the beads, make the malas, and learn the significance of chanting as a form of prayer. Our time together will culminate in a chant for compassion.
My amazing friend and co-leader (Angie) lives in Knoxville, TN and we will be connecting coast-to-coast as we intend for loving-kindness and compassion in our country and the world.
Proceeds from this workshop will benefit the YWCA Knoxville and the Tennessee Valley and the Bill Wilson Center in San Jose, CA.
$108 - includes all mala making materials and two-hour guided session. First come, first serve on bead selection... so hurry!