Yoga, Barre & Fun!
We offer Yoga and Barre classes at the Dharma Connection to to help students develop stillness of mind, stamina, strength, and flexibility. A regular yoga practice tones the body, improves mental focus, eases the spirit creating better overall health. On a deeper level, yoga is a path for transformation of life, where the yoga mat becomes the world and the skills that you learn in class translate to everyday situations. Whether you are a beginning or an experienced student, seeking a gentle or vigorous practice, we offer classes to move you along your path. Teachers here take a personal interest in you and support your progress with individualized instruction and hands-on guidance. We are offer a no-pressure atmosphere where regular people can take yoga and barre classes.
Stand Up Paddle Board Yoga
Fridays from 3:30 - 5:00 w/Jess Lanahan (at Hoxie Pond)
Saturdays from 9-10:30 w/Donna Pagliarani (at Hoxie Pond)
Wednesday's from 10 - 11:30 wDonna Pagliarani (at New Seabury)
Get in on the action and enjoy the country's fastest growing water sport right here on Cape Cod. Stand up paddle boarding (SUP) is the ideal adventure for yoga lovers who enjoy time on the water.
We will supply all of the paddling gear (board, paddle, PFD) or you can bring your own board and gear. You may want to bring sunscreen, water, sunglasses, bug spray, and a towel. You may also wish to bring a change of clothes in case you get wet which is part of the fun!
Cost: $45 (with gear provided)
$25 (bring your own gear)
Pre-registration 24 hours in advance is required, no drop-ins allowed.
No experience is required, but you must know how to swim.
Total Barre® Instructor Foundation Course - Level 1
10 am - 6 pm
Cost: $375, plus the cost of the manual
DON'T MISS OUT! First come first served...
The 7 hour, one-day Total Barre Foundation Course provides the groundwork for Instructors to produce safe, effective and varied barre programs that address the needs and goals of every client. Participants are introduced to the Total Barre Principles – six movement awareness fundamentals that provide the structure and biomechanical basis for each exercise. During the course, participants have the opportunity to experience the movements before examining the application of the principles, and learn the essence of each exercise along with the theories of dynamic stability, optimal mobility and movement efficiency.
Restorative Yoga for Emotional Stability Teacher Training
Facilitator: Cora Wen
August 28th-30th (Friday Evening, Saturday & Sunday)
Restorative Yoga is a practice that has a special ability to leave us feeling deeply nourished and rested. It is an exploration of the art of relaxation through creating poses with props to help guide us towards activating our sympathetic nervous system or the body’s relaxation response. This intelligent and accessible style of yoga is rooted in the Iyengar yoga tradition and has become a practice being studied by many universities for its therapeutic benefits. In this special intensive, we will explore how Restorative Yoga can be used to support our emotional health. Modern day stress is quickly becoming an epidemic health issue which greatly impacts our physical, mental and emotional wellness. A Restorative Yoga practice can help support managing emotions such as anxiety, depression or the experience of grief. This workshop will focus on educating the practitioner/teacher on Eastern & Western views of each emotion, how emotional states present in the physical/subtle bodies & how to use props to enhance poses that may be supportive for each emotional state.