Events 2019

Sage Woman Series
with Suzanne Silvermoon & Asmita Runge
An Eight Week Series beginning Sunday, January 20, 5-7p
then on Sundays, 5-7: 1/27, 2/10
(6-8p Round Table Discussion with Ayurvedic Meal), 2/17, 2/24, 3/3, 3/17, ending March 24.

The Sage Woman Series will meet the unique challenges of women transitioning from the Mother stage to the Master stage of life. Participants will learn to implement specific tools drawn from the ancient traditions of Yoga and Ayurveda. These tools will help navigation of the varied, body/mind/spirit challenges of this grand transition of a woman’s life to cultivate wellness, empowerment, and creativity.

Cost: $300 for 8 weeks, 16 hours
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(Early Bird Special: $275 when paid prior to January 10th — contact Karen.)

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Sound Bath with Joshua Stoddard
Sunday, April 14, 7–8:30p

Each sound bath is performed with the intention of providing a calming experience to leave you feeling centered and recharged. Angelic soundscapes are created through a stream of consciousness process using voice, quartz crystal sound bowls, guitar, and shruti box. Joshua combines his passion and over 20 years’ experience as a musician to provide a
space of peace and healing for others. Learn more …

Cost: $20
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Inner Revolution: Exploring the Interphase of Personal Transformation and Social Change –
with Dr. Joel & Michelle Levey

Saturday and Sunday, May 18 & 19, 1-5p

Work with these experienced and beloved friends of Yoga Circle Studio who bring so much wisdom to support our personal growth. This quote inspires us:

“In this era, to become a spiritual inquirer without social consciousness is a luxury that we can ill afford, and to be a social activist without a scientific understanding of the inner workings of the mind is the worst folly. Neither approach in isolation has had any significant success.” ~Vimala Thakar

Visit the Levey’s website: Wisdom at Work

Cost: $125 for both Saturday and Sunday or $75 per day.
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