Season of Gratitude!
Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend.~Melody Beattie
New Student Special
We want to continue to reach out to new friends and invite you to be part of our family of yogis by signing up for our new student offer.
Start something new to strengthen your body, mind and soul.
We offer classes from beginning to intermediate, suitable for all levels. If you are new to yoga and need help choosing a class-please contact us to find a class that suits your needs.
Purchase in the studio, or online here:
$20 for 1 Week-OR- $50 for 1 Month Unlimited YOGA classes for you. (new & local students only)
Restorative Yoga & Yoga Nidra
with Janet Rankin
Friday DECEMBER 4th
$15 drop in
NOVEMBER SHAMANIC JOURNEY AND DRUMMING CIRCLE
Friday Nov. 20th 7:00 – 8:30 pm at Grass Valley Yoga
“Honoring the form of world and spirit; surrendering to endless death and rebirth; this is the source of all healing — the shaman’s power.”
~ Theodore Tsaousidis
We are honored to have the amazing Mariscela Alvarez unite & guide our community in this very special experience!!
During our November circle, join us to create a “bridge” to the Spirit World through Shamanic Journeying and Drumming!
A Shamanic Journey leads us into an altered state of self-awareness during non-ordinary reality, providing access to a higher wisdom of spiritual guidance and healing. A Shamanic Drumming Circle provides us an opportunity to connect with our community of like-spirited people to support each other in our sacred journey of self-discovery.
Cost: $10 – Register with Mariscela at (530) 863-0003 or email@example.com. Visit: www.fyspirit.com
Women & men are welcomed!
Bring your friends, drums, rattles and blankets. No experience necessary… come with an open mind and open heart.
Check our full Fall Schedule HERE
Hot Stone Restorative Yoga
This inward practice uses postures that are supported with props to slow down the mind and cultivate awareness through breath. As the body begins to unwind and let go, hot stones are placed on the body to deepen a sense of presence. Restorative yoga calms the nervous system and brings balance to the body’s systems, stimulating the body’s own natural healing process.