REGISTER in-person at the event
PAYMENT IN CASH
1. Q. Can I have to register on-line, or can I pay in-person at the event?
A. Register IN-PERSON (cash-only) at the event, prior to the start of any class. Please be sure to arrive about 15 minutes before the start of the session to allow time for registration. Registration and opening ceremony is on Friday morning from 6-7am. We understand that is early for some and welcome you to register when you arrive prior to your classes later on in the event.
2. Q. Do I have to be an experienced yogi to attend?
A. NO. These classes are available to all levels from absolute beginner to well-practiced. No matter where you are in your wellness journey, there’s so much to learn at this wellness weekend event.
3. Q. If I register for a single class will food be included in the price?
A. NO. Food is only included in the price of the "day pass" purchases. AND, if you wish to purchase food at the event, please bring cash. Also, there are many wonderful restaurants nearby that take both cash and credit cards.
4. Q. What is included with the "light breakfast" & "light lunch"?
A. Light breakfast will be an assortment of fruits. Light lunch will be baguette sandwiches or coconut ceviche. Vegan friendly.
5. Q. Do I need to bring my own yoga mat?
A. NO, but it is suggested bring your own mat. We will have some mats available for RENTAL. If you have your own mat, please do bring it.
6. Q. Do I have to attend all of the classes for my day pass(es)?
A. NO. Take as many or as few classes as you like!
7. Q. Will the classes be in English or Spanish?
A. Classes in English and Spanish will be offered. Many of the classes can be followed along and understood, regardless of what language you speak, or don't speak. This is also an opportunity to deepen your language skills!
8. Q. Do I need to arrange my own transportation to and from the event?
Teacher Bios & Class Descriptions
(details are still being added as received)
STEPHANIE - is a certified: yoga instructor & continuing education provider, personal trainer & corrective exercise specialist, Ayurvedic wellness counselor, group fitness & barre instructor & retreat leader.
Slow Flow Yoga - blends slow-moving stretches & yoga poses that gently create flexibility, balance & strength in the body. This class will help you open the body, quiet the mind, experience peace & is suitable to all levels, beginner to advanced.
Sound therapy - Sound therapy, also known as a sound bath, promotes mental & physical well-being through a variety of instruments specifically designed to calm the mind & ease the body, creating a state of relaxation & space for mindful reflection. In this state, the human body’s natural rejuvenating & healing processes are enhanced.
Singing bowls of crystal quartz resonate in the body with a pure, healing sound. The vibrations oscillate with an energetically high frequency that resonates within the body. During the sound bath the brain will move from a normal alert waking state down into a restorative healing state. Heart rate & blood pressure will lower, & breathing will become deeper & fuller. The vibrations emitted from the instruments provide a cellular massage, stimulating large energy centers in the body with the various frequencies/tones known to promote health & well-being.
Kundalini Yoga - Kundalini yoga is a type of yoga that combines physical postures, breathing techniques, sound vibrations, and meditation to activate and balance the nervous system. It aims to stimulate the flow of energy from the base of the spine to the crown of the head, awakening the latent potential of the practitioner. Kundalini yoga can enhance the functioning of the autonomic nervous system, which regulates vital functions such as heart rate, blood pressure, digestion, and sleep. It can also modulate the secretion of hormones and neurotransmitters that affect mood, cognition, and well-being1. Kundalini yoga can help reduce stress, improve resilience, and promote mental clarity and awareness.