- Training Thursday: Debbie, Trudy, and Carmen complete anatomy workshop with Leslie Kaminoff!
- Cassandra completes massage therapy training, offers 4yoga discount to new clients!
- Training Thursday: Deb L. and Shigeko complete advanced assisting training at Sanctuary!
- August (2019) pose of the month and class schedule
- Welcome new teachers for August!
- beginner series
- benefits of yoga
- book club
- guest teachers
- health fair
- laughing yoga
- new class
- new teachers
- places for yoga
- pose of the month
- purpose of yoga
- styles of yoga
- teacher training
- Training Thursdays
- yamas and niyamas
Tag Archives: november
Reserve your space to practice at The Downing Museum in November! Continue reading
Thanks for checking out this occasional series on our blog, Training Thursdays! In this installment, we report on Cassandra’s Rasayana workshop with Mas Vidal at Liberation Nashville. Cassandra shares these thoughts about the November 12 event: Mas came to Nashville … Continue reading
As autumn deepens in the month of November, the qualities of yin get stronger. Yin energy moves inward and down in contrast to yang energy that moves outward and up. Ideally, we can harmonize our personal energy field with the … Continue reading
Do you work or take classes at SKYCTC? Then we hope you stop by the 4yoga table at the school’s Health & Wellness Fair held on the Main Campus on Thursday, November 19, 2015! The event will take place in … Continue reading
For those of you heading downtown for class this weekend, we want to let you know about three events that will bring lively activity to the Fountain Square area. We encourage you to leave a little extra time before class to … Continue reading
As autumn deepens in the month of November, we can reflect on the life-flowing energy of the natural world moving deeper into the core as an opportunity to practice self-reflection. As Patanjali explains in the Yoga Sutras, the niyamas are … Continue reading
“On a bare branch / a crow has settled / autumn dusk.” — Haiku by Matsuo Basho This month we reframe our use of time to adapt to the shorter days with the “fall back” time change. Perhaps you can … Continue reading