Upcoming Workshops and Retreats
Shamanic Journey and Yoga Practice – Imbolc, the Turning of the Seed
With Michelle Anderson and Marta Aarli
Saturday, February 3rd, 3-7 pm
Join us for a journey from the depths of darkness to into light. In this workshop we will
Intro to Qigong Workshop
With Heather MacDonald
Saturday, Feb 3, 11:30-1:30 pm
In this workshop we will cover:
Loving Space: Valentine’s Day Couples Yoga & Thai Massage
Friday, February 9, 6:30-9 pm
With Yuki Tsuji
Cost $75 per couple, $65 if before 1/24
Come discover each other on a deeper level, both physically and emotionally through partner yoga and Thai massage practices. Simple but strong action of supporting each other physically and touching with compassion will strengthen your relationship. Connect deeply with each other in a safe environment and allow yourself to be yourself and love your partner for who they are. This all-levels workshop is for everyone. No previous yoga nor Thai massage experience is necessary to enjoy this workshop.
Eddie Modestini Asana Workshop
$200 for the weekend, $55 drop-in
Join Eddie for a weekend of self-inquiry, self-discovery, and self-healing. Develop a deep awareness of the challenges arising in your practice and cultivate the tools through reflection in the postures to find freedom from the afflictions in your life.
Mindfulness Meditation in the tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh
Every Thursday 7-9 pm
Free and open to all – donations welcome
Join the Mountain Stream Sangha for sitting meditation, walking meditation, mindful movement and dharma sharing in the tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh.
Fresh Start Yoga and Meditation at Shambhala Mountain Center
with De West and Brian Spielmann
March 2-4, 2018
$150 Tuition plus 2 nights lodging
Yoga and meditation for all beings. Find the posture within by learning to go deeper into the subtle aspects of your practice.
Therapeutic Yoga and Rolf Movement™ for Healthy Vision
6-week Therapeutic Yoga Series
with Michelle Anderson and Suzanne Picard
TUESDAYS, 9-10am BEGINNING JANUARY 16
Jan. 16, 23, 30 and Feb. 6, 13, 20
We will engage in experiential anatomy, combining discussion and movement, to understand the science of seeing and how the eyes have evolved together with structures and nerves of the neck. We will address eyestrain, headaches, chronic neck and shoulder tension, effects of trauma and brain injury, and many causes of vision decline due to aging.