Thursday evening 6pm or 7:30pm
Your body is opening up practicing yoga? Open up your mind too with these special nights you will not want to miss.
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● Dharma Talks – 7:30pm to 8:45pm
Immerse yourself in the inspiring ideas of thought-leaders during Dharma Talks (Speakeasy). Our intimate and casual lecture series covers topics ranging from personal empowerment to community betterment. There will be 45 minutes conference and 30 minutes of exchange and questions!
More guest scheduled soon!
May 18th – Milk and Bone
$25 – Free for members!
● Qi Gong – 7:30pm
with David Cloutier
Qi Gong (or “cultivating vital energy”) is an ancient Chinese practice that combines movement, the breath and visualization.
Qi Gong increases our vitality and helps us regain a solid footing in the physical, emotional and spiritual planes.
Qi Gong helps us explore the various facets that make up our individuality and that, from a more holistic perspective, reflect the union between Human, Heaven and Earth. www.luciddavid.com
When I was quite young and in fragile health, I decided to sign up for a gym. Encouraged by the effects on my health and well-being, I worked as a physical trainer for more than 18 years. Then, my quest changed focus when I was introduced to Qi Gong. Impressed then by the simplicity of Qi Gong and the benefits it brought to my mental and physical health, I now have the mission of sharing this passion. Since 2009, I practice and study Qi Gong faithfully. I first had the good fortune to meet Master Ching Fung Dao Sr; now I am a student of Master Zhongxian Wu. Movement, breath and harmony are now part of my vocabulary and my life. One of my gifts is my ability to explain in simple but meaningful language the abstract concepts of this approach that truly changed my life.
$20 – Free for members!
● Music, Tibetain Bowls and YIN yoga
Apr 20th – 7:30pm
Musician since a young age, Guillaume studies classic violon before starting a degree in music therapy. His passion for music and healing make him explore and master healing sounds.
Her reputation has a wonderful yin yoga teacher is already proved at our studio. She will guide you trough a smooth and profound sequence inspried by Guillaume’s transcendents healing sounds. the class will end with a surreal savasana accompagnied by the tibetain bowls.
Our suggestion is quite simple:
Let the postures and the rhythm of the music do the rest.
You will be rocked by Guillaume’s slow hypnotic music and guided by Asami throughout this Yin yoga session.
And just when you think it’s over, you’ll enjoy even more!
This sublime practice closes with a Shavasana: 30 exquisite minutes of relaxation to the sounds of Tibetan bowls.
Open your eyes. Feel the effects of wellbeing.