This month at the studio
Escape the winter chill and join us bi-monthly for holiday gifts, revelry and cheer!
Browse vendors selling original art and jewelry.
Enjoy tea, warm elixirs, snacks, and free wine with purchase.
LIVE ART AND MUSIC
Event Dates: December 14, December 21, January 4, January 18, February 1, February 15
Introducing inversions and arm balanced through a rhythmic sequence.
This 2 hour long workshop with Nikki and David will show you how to work hard in a playful way and get into challenging poses with ease.
Rocket yoga is based on a modification of traditional Ashtanga Vinyasa while offering an open space that allows individual creative modifications while honoring the core values of ancient Ashtanga practice.
Open to beginners and advances practitioners.
“The Rocket is designed to wake up the nervous system and feed it the precious prana it craves while promoting a spirit of change and freedom in the practive.” – Larry Schultz (Rocket Creator)
Sunday, November 23rd
Daya Yoga Studio (360 Jefferson st)
Hot Tea and long relaxation after…
Come indulge in the Holiday spirit and join us at Daya Yoga with local handcrafted goods and gifts for yourself or your loved ones!
Sunday, December 7th, 1-5pm
Mia Anter – One of a kind silver jewelry handmade in Brooklyn
Dharma Eyewear – Socially conscious designer eye wear
Libby Mislan – Handmade screen-printed clothing and bags
Crystal Chimer – Hand crafted cosmic jewelry
Nu Atlantis – One of a kind, hand made functional art / orgonite and quartz jewelry
Hand made pottery from the Hudson Valley
Authentic yoga apparel made in India
Ayurvedic teas, oils and soaps
Tarot card readers and Henna artists
MEMBERSHIP SALE – 6 classes for $30
Baked good and warm drinks ($2) Hot Mulled Wine and Cider!!
Revitalize your body and spirit at our dynamic, fun-filled, donation-based Friday Yoga class. Tap into your intuition, release old energy, and move into creativity and awareness.
Friday, November 7th
7:30 – 8:45pm Yoga by Donation
9:00 – late night…party, food and jams. Bring snacks and instruments, your dog and some love….We need to survive this winter together!
Traditional Thai Massage is a form of bodywork rooted in Ayurveda and the ancient spiritual teachings of Thailand’s Buddhist healers. Often called Thai Yoga Massage, this deeply relaxing yet invigorating therapy incorporates deep passive stretching, joint mobility, and pressure applied to energetic pathways similar to those of Traditional Chinese Medicine.
In this workshop Yves guides students through the dance-like movements and practical applications for the artful technique of Thai Massage. The workshop will focus on promoting deep relaxation and addressing common chronic conditions. Focusing on
generalized back pain, anxiety, digestive discomfort, and aches and pains brought on by the demands of daily life and rigorous fitness activities.
Thai massage promotes flexibility, muscle tone, restful sleep and focus. Some describe the experience as profoundly healing and facilitating a connection with the divine self. The effects of Thai Massage can be felt within minutes and will inspire balanced, relaxed energy. Traditional Thai Massage is practiced on the floor on a padded mat for comfort, without the use of lotions or oils. The receiver is dressed in loose fitting, comfortable clothing that allows for warmth and ease of movement. Thai massage is for everyone!
If you have specific medical concerns such as pregnancy or injury please contact Yves or the studio before registering.
Workshop is November 9th, 4-6pm
To register email email@example.com
$25 per person
$40 for couple
Yves’s interest in the healing arts and the mindbody relationship was sparked after several years of devoted Yoga practice and study. The exploration of movement with breath, meditation and nutrition allowed for a discovery of self love, health and satisfaction that had previously seemed beyond reach. With a desire to further understand the benefits of natural healing and selfcare she began studies in Massage Therapy and Traditional Chinese Medicine at the Pacific College of Oriental Medicine. Now a Practitioner of Massage Therapy including Thai Yoga Massage and a 200 hour Registered Yoga Teacher through Yoga Alliance. Yves’s Integrative massage style may incorporate breath awareness, gentle movement and deep muscular manipulation. Through her
work Yves continues to explore the profound and infinite rewards of natural health and encourages clients and students to find balance and health through movement, mindfulness and above all, self-love.