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Come just for the movement practice or give yourself a rich and full evening of mindfulness by joining us for Candlelight Meditation from 7–8:30 p.m. 

  •  Weekly on Wednesday evenings beginning September 13, 2017
  • Time: 5:30–6:30 p.m.
  • Location: Public Chapel
  • Drop-in: $15 (Pay at the door by cash or check)
  • Multi-Week Passes: 4 weeks: $50; 8 weeks: $100; 12 weeks, $125

Multi-week passes are a cost-effective, flexible way to explore the movement practices that interest you. You may attend any classes you’d like. Passes are valid for one year from the purchase date.

To register for a multi-week pass, click the register button below or at the top of this page. You can pick up your pass at the first class you attend.

Drop-ins are welcome. You may purchase an individual class or a multi-week pass in person prior to the start of class by cash or check.


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Mindful Yoga

Instructor: Mike Riley 
4-week series: October 11–November 1, 2018

Explore yoga postures and movements with meditative awareness or mindfulness, intentionally paying attention to the experience of each moment. This practice cultivates full body and breath awareness, and a relaxed state of mind. 


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Meditative Movement

Instructor: Sandrine Harris 
4-week series: November 8–29, 2017

Awakening the body is a beautiful inroad to the focused attention of sitting meditation. Meditative movement is an invitation to tune into the body, move with ease, and work with the breath, cultivating a sense of wholeness and presence while feeling the support of community. This practice is accessible to all: gentle, breath-based, embodied. 


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Gentle Yoga

Instructor: Karen Sevenoff

4-weeks series: December 6–27, 2017

This practice combines the ease of a very gentle yoga practice and very slow fluid movement characteristic of somatic movement therapy. We’ll practice to maintain a consistent and kind awareness of inner body experience which can help re-establish body-brain connections, restore muscular function, and ease stiffness and pain. Includes a 15-minute, guided Yoga Nidra (yogic sleep or rest). 


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T'ai Chi Qigong

Instructor: Brendan Noonan

4-weeks series: January 3–24, 2018

Learn fundamental movements of t’ai chi and qigong with an emphasis on creating positive habits for good posture and correct movement. One focus of the practice is mind fitness and resiliency through moving meditation. Brendan’s goal is for you to walk away with some tools that can be applied to everyday life.


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Deep Flow

Instructor: Jade Duprey-Robinson 

4-weeks series: January 31–February 21, 2018

In this 60-minute practice, we will connect movements with breath, flow through seated positions, explore breath with held standing positions and dissolve tension with reclined restorative positions. Each session interweaves elements of power, gentle, yin, and restorative yoga to explore our capacity for self-healing, strength, balance, endurance, focus, and deep relaxation.


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Let Your Yoga Dance

Instructor: Theresa Nygren
4-week sessions: February 28–March 21, 2018

Let Your Yoga Dance is where joy and fun meet deep and sacred. Work your way up through the seven energy centers of the body (chakras) using easy dance moves and gentle moving yoga. Sometimes wild and filled with abandon, other times slow and focused on the deep quiet within, this series is designed to improve brain, heart, body, and soul health. No dance experience necessary.


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Mindful Yoga

Instructor: Mike Riley 
4-week series: March 28–April 18, 2018

Explore yoga postures and movements with meditative awareness or mindfulness, intentionally paying attention to the experience of each moment. This practice cultivates full body and breath awareness, and a relaxed state of mind. 


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Meditative Movement

Instructor: Sandrine Harris
4-week series: April 25–May 16, 2018

Awakening the body is a beautiful inroad to the focused attention of sitting meditation. Meditative movement is an invitation to tune into the body, move with ease, and work with the breath, cultivating a sense of wholeness and presence while feeling the support of community. This practice is accessible to all: gentle, breath-based, embodied. 


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Gentle Yoga

Instructor: Karen Sevenoff

4-weeks series: May 23–June 13, 2018

This practice combines the ease of a very gentle yoga practice and very slow fluid movement characteristic of Somatic Movement therapy. We’ll practice to maintain a consistent and kind awareness of inner body experience which can help re-establish body-brain connections, restore muscular function and ease stiffness and pain. Includes a 15-minute, guided Yoga Nidra (yogic sleep or rest). 


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T'ai Chi and Qigong

Instructor: Brendan Noonan

4-weeks series: June 20–July 18, 2018

Learn fundamental movements of t’ai chi and qigong with an emphasis on creating positive habits for good posture and correct movement. One focus of the practice is mind fitness and resiliency through moving meditation. Brendan’s goal is for you to walk away with some tools that can be applied to everyday life.


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Deep Flow

Instructor: Jade Duprey-Robinson 

4-weeks series: July 25–August 15, 2018

In this 60-minute practice, we will connect movements with breath, flow through seated positions, explore breath with held standing positions and dissolve tension with reclined restorative positions. Each session interweaves elements of power, gentle, yin, and restorative yoga to explore our capacity for self-healing, strength, balance, endurance, focus, and deep relaxation.


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Meditation in Motion: Slow Yoga

Instructor: Miranda Chapman 
4-week sessions: August 22–September 12, 2018

This hour-long practice will engage the breath, gentle yogic movement, and deep awareness with wisdom that allows for mind, body, heart connection while in dynamic spaces. This practice is meant to open the body with grace and ease to allow for a sense of deeper connection with yourself in the present moment.