We are beyond excited and grateful for this week’s practice at the WHITECHAPEL PROJECTS with Rachel Wallace and Sandy Hall.
These two amazing women and incredible teachers are known for their powerful vinyasa practices, partner and acro skills, and – most importantly – their seamless ability to transfer “yoga” from an in-studio, on-the-mat experience into something that is wholly nourishing and deeply transformative in every moment of this thing we call LIFE.
Lots of students have been emailing and messaging to find out if this Sunday’s class will be more flight school than flow, so we reached out to the source for more details.
As Sandy said, “NOBODY needs a partner!” Why? Because there will be a fun and engaging flow, followed by a few chances to partner up and see what’s possible. Do you need to flip on someone’s feet? No way. But you just might find yourself getting the most delicious assist and we guarantee you will learn something worth sharing the next time you head to class.
So don’t miss out! WhiteChapel on Sunday at 10:30 AM. Two choices: just the flow or class + a cocktail. We are loving all the variety and creativity that this series is bringing to NJ…
Now onto all the events!
All week long at Yoga Peace Kula in Howell
Join Mindie Sobrinski for a magical week of daily yoga classes followed by building your very own fairy house.
Let imagination freely play, while enhancing flexibility, focus and fun.
July 10th at Shackamaxon Country Club in Scotch Plains
Play for P.I.N.K. helps 30,000 people a year turn their passion for play into lifesaving advances in breast cancer research. Come join us for a day you won’t forget, and in the process, help us and countless other volunteers, raise $ for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation to bring about breakthroughs in detection, treatment, prevention and survivorship. Join Gina outside on the Green of Shackamaxon Country Club for an open level Flow. All are welcome! Don’t forget to WEAR PINK!
July 10th at Hot or Not Yoga in Manahawkin
Learn the proper way to transition in and out of postures in the Ashtanga Vinyasa practice. We will explore traditional Ashtanga postures, how to work up to “jumping through” and “jumping back” between seated asanas, “floating” techniques on moving through sun salutations, and being comfortable on our hands with our feet off the ground. We will practicing using the bandhas and our core strength to help control these movements. This will be a physical posture class and is suitable only for the yogi with a background in Ashtanga or intermediate vinyasa. *BRING SOCKS!*
July 12th at Honor Yoga in North Brunswick
Relax and renew with Aerial Yin & Yoga Nidra. This unique workshop journeys deep into supported stretches using a low hanging hammock placed very closed to the floor. This ‘aerial’ hammock provides support for a relaxing mix of stretches through the upper and lower back, hip flexors, legs, and the whole body. As you lie down restored and supported in Savasana, you will be guided to a meditation technique known as Yoga Nidra that promotes deep rest and relaxation. Aromatherapy and thai yoga stretches will be offered through the practice to relax the nervous system and quiet the mind. No aerial or yoga experience required. Open to all levels.
July 12th at Elevate Yoga in Hazlet
Experience healing, balance and relaxation through sound. Bridget, a certified sound healer will guide you through a vibratory journey into a deep meditative state using the sounds and vibrations of crystal singing bowls, crystal pyramids, drums, chimes and other healing instruments. Gentle yoga, crystals, reiki and a relaxing fragrance designed to balance the Chakra system may all be used. These energies work together to heighten awareness, release physical, emotional and cellular blockages, and create a deep sense of relaxation, reduce stress and anxiety to leave you with a feeling of peace.
Friday to Sunday at DIG Yoga in Lambertville
A 14 hour Training for Yoga Teachers & Advanced Practitioners! This 3-Day training focuses on learning anatomy and the therapeutic applications of yoga to actively relieve pain and repair injuries. A variety or musculo-skeletal injuries and misalignments related to the upper and lower body will be reviewed. Incorporation basic anatomy and proper alignment into practical therapeutic yoga routines for optimal health.
July 14th at Honor Yoga in North Brunswick
An Aerial yoga class where the kids and parents can practice together. This is a wonderful bonding Sunday afternoon activity. Lots of fun and laughter for the whole Family. No prior Aerial experience needed. Kids must be at least 6 to participate.
July 14th at the Asbury Park Yacht Club
Come practice yoga while overlooking the ocean with April Puciata and other talented yoga instructors! All proceeds from these classes will go to Clean Ocean Action, a local nonprofit focused on ocean conservation.
May Louie first took yoga in college to fulfill a Phys-Ed requirement and immediately fell in love. She, unfortunately, did not continue with her practice but reconnected with it when she retired from her corporate job in 2002 and has since become a serious yoga enthusiast. After her second retirement in 2017, she completed her 200-hour RYT certification, studying with Dina Crosta, Ellen Mosko, and Jamie Segal Hanley, with a focus on alignment based flow.
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