Weekend Round-up

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There are so many incredible happenings in the yoga community right now that it’s difficult to list them all in our newsletter. Each weekend seems to boast a list of we-just-have-to-go-to events. The best part, there always seems to be something for everyone. Here are four ways to invite a yogic vibe into your weekend. Namaste friends.

Yoga for Labor and Delivery at Jaya Yoga Park Slope: If you’re expecting, you and your partner may want to spend this Saturday night with Kelly Devi. In this workshop, you’ll learn “simple techniques that facilitate natural childbirth and release tension and fear.” No previous yoga experience? No problem. Kelly is sure to have everyone breathing more easily by the end of this three-hour session.

How to Approach Arm Balances at the Iyengar Yoga Institute of NYC: For yogis who are seeking a new challenge (crow to chaturanga perhaps?), this arm balance workshop with Hugh Millard is for you. You’ll spend two hours improving your strength and gaining the courage you may need to bring your balances to the next level. Brand new beginners may want to sit this one out, but if you have a regular practice and have been craving something more, spend your Sunday with Hugh.

Flow into Food at Sangha House: Ximena Rojas and Dennis Teston manage to tie three of our favorite things into one exciting evening. Yoga, education, and delicious food are the focus of this two and a half hour workshop where they will lead you through an asana practice while educating you on foods that warm your body for the cold winter season. After practice you’ll be served a three-course meal with some of the foods talked about while you practiced.

And if you call the Left Coast home…

Fly Free with Connection to Self at YogaWorks: Experience the playful side of arm balances  with Joan Hyman. This three-hour workshop will explore the foundation of these balances—good for those yogis who may be newer to the art. Joan will help you channel your courage so you can explore these poses with ease—and excitement.

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