We are pleased to offer special programs and events in addition to our regular weekly classes. Workshops offer the opportunity to explore and experience specialized yoga subjects on a deeper level than the shorter class format allows. Topics include a wide range of yoga therapy, meditation, philosophy, anatomy, children's programs, and dance. Workshops are presented in a relaxed community atmosphere and are led by our most experienced studio teaching staff as well as visiting master teachers from around the country.
We typically begin taking workshop registrations six weeks prior to the event (sometimes more). Our site is fully secure, but if you wish to avoid online registration, we are happy to register you by phone or in person. Visit our workshop page and click on the REGISTER button for the program or event. This takes you to our fully secure YogaReg website to reserve your spot and pay for your workshop.
If you need to cancel your registration, you may do so up until the day before the event for either a studio credit (no fee) or a refund (minus an administrative fee of 10% the cost of the workshop). Because your spot has been reserved in workshops and teacher pay has been guaranteed, no refunds or credits can be given the day of or after the workshop. Please complete this form to request studio credit or a refund.
Sharing the Space
Certain workshops (mainly visiting teacher workshops and Amir’s yoga therapy workshops) are very popular and highly enrolled. We do our best to accommodate as many students as possible who want to participate, but we also must limit the numbers of attendees to prevent over-crowding. We do cap the attendance well within what the rooms are capable and authorized to hold, but even so, some people find it uncomfortable to practice in close quarters. If you are not accustomed to practicing and learning while sharing the room with large numbers of people, feel free to contact us and we can let you know if a workshop is nearing capacity.
Upcoming Workshops and Events at Sun & Moon
Take a yoga break during your holiday break. Hour-long yoga classes in lieu of our regular class schedule.
On a winter's evening, gently summon equanimity and refresh your perspective.
Join Rixie in this celebration of a year completed and a year to come.
Breathe, twist, stretch, and enjoy. It's New Year's Day yoga with Annie & Amir.
Start the new year with yoga, deep relaxation, and great ideas for a great year.
Families that breathe and relax together are happy and healthy! Family Yoga Fun Fridays help you make time to really and truly be present together. Additional winter dates Feb 2 and March 2.
Tuck yourself in for a future of good night sleeps.
Finding – no less maintaining – balance is a physical and mental, and a moment-to-moment challenge. Find support in your quest through mudra, bandha, self-massage, yoga postures, visualizations and meditations.
Who are we? What is our purpose in this life? How can we fulfill that purpose without suffering or causing others to suffer? Perennial questions answered by a perennial and beloved text.
Give yourself the gift of deep rest in Restorative Yoga with Amir.
Sometimes the earth moves under our feet. Or our seat. or our bellies. Take those moves in stride, and with strength, by practicing yoga on the ball.
Nothing says "yoga" like family. Nothing says "family" like yoga! Additional winter dates Sun Feb 4 and Sun March 4
Gayle shares four practice routines for different needs in doable increments of time.
Each month, a different teacher. Each month, a different charity. Each month, a chance to practice for yourself and others. This month, to benefit Britepaths.
An effective and novel approach to balance rehabilitation.
Let your creative energy loose, awaken your spirit, and bring fluidity, breath, and embodied joy into your life. Additional winter date: March 2
How we connect with the ground allows us to find support, become flexible, and feel strong; how you experience the ground influences all that you do.
The spiral is also revered in yoga to represent either the upward and outward journey of awakening, or the cyclical trap of confusion and ignorance. We'll study the spiral in many forms this weekend,
Let your creative energy loose, awaken your spirit, and bring fluidity, breath, and embodied joy into your life.
Baxter Bell MD shares the newest news on Yoga for Healthy Aging.
Directly after the Saturday workshop, Baxter will discuss and sign his new book, "Yoga for Healthy Aging."
What you emphasize when you practice yoga determine whether you're maximizing or minimizing its extraordinary benefits.
Welcoming back Kira Sloane for another yoga lovefest.