Tuesdays 9:15 – 10:30 am (HST) **Hybrid: LIVE ONLINE & IN-PERSON**

Starting Tuesday, July 7, 2020

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Jivamukti is a physically and intellectually stimulating vinyasa style of yoga that integrates the physical, philosophical and spiritual aspects of yoga. Like ashtanga yoga, Jivamukti yoga can include hands-on assists to help students find alignment – only with students’ consent, of course. Classical yoga teachings, drawn from a monthly focus, stream through the class in a way that is relevant to modern day life. Each class grounds itself in 14 key elements and involves Sanskrit, chanting, teachings, and flowing asana sequences set to uplifting music, with meditation and a deep relaxation to close. 

Jivamukti Yoga is a thorough, vigorous vinyasa practice whose teachers adhere to five tenets: ahimsa (non-violence), bhakti (devotion), meditation, nada (sacred sound), and study of yogic texts. 

Sarah McTee

Whether small or large, Sarah’s classes feel personal and create a safe environment to let your true self shine through, providing a path to apply yoga in your everyday life. Like many who practice at the Still & Moving Center, Sarah is an ocean-loving yogi. She moved to Hawaii in 2002 to attend graduate school at UH, specializing in coral reef ecology. When life subsequently carried her to the east coast she was introduced to, and became a dedicated student of, the Jivamukti style of yoga. Studying with the founders, David Life and Sharon Gannon, and under the rigorous and inspiring mentorship of Andrea Boyd, Sarah received her certification to teach Jivamukti in 2011. Since then, Sarah has augmented her yoga practice and teachings with the study of massage therapy.

 

Still & Moving Center

Health Protocols

For your health and those around you, and in accordance with public regulations,  Still & Moving Center has adopted the following measures to minimize contagion.

As of July 2020, in-person classes are limited to a maximum of:

12 students in the Barefoot Ballroom

5 students in the Dance Dojo.

Due to limited class sizes, students who wish to attend classes in person need to register in advance through our website.

By entering the building you agree to follow these protocols:

7 POINT PROTOCOL LIST

  1. Wear a FACEMASK IN CLASS and throughout the building.
  2. Wash your hands before entering building and sanitize frequently thereafter
  3. Receive a touchless temperature reading upon entering: 100 degrees or more, no entry.
  4. Bring your own yoga mat and equipment, or you can rent or buy it from us.
  5. If possible, remove yourself from the room to cough or sneeze. If you cannot, cough/sneeze into your inner elbow. Leave the building for the day if you continue to cough or sneeze.
  6. Maintain spatial distance of 6 feet in class and throughout the building.
  7. Bring in your own water, and eat outside the building. (You may rent or buy: mats, bolsters, blankets, blocks and straps.)

Mahalo for your kokua in protecting your own health 

and the health of those around you!

 

 

 

Directions for getting to the online Zoom class:

1. One hour in advance, kindly sign up for your live online class on in MindBody / on our website. Our desk staff will then email you a link to your class on Zoom.

2. Please use the link to sign into Zoom, 5-7 minutes before class, allowing extra time to download the the app if you are  new to Zoom.

3. Contact the desk staff at 808.397.7678 for troubleshooting.

with Live Music by Dulcinea Tincher

Yoga, Aromatherapy & Massage by Kristin Klein

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Join Kristin & Dulcinea for this special seasonal class w/ live music and therapeutic touch. Through the use of tools like breath work, therapeutic postures, and specific essential oil blends, our bodies can become a sanctuary to lean into as we slow down and ground ourselves during this holiday season. Let this be an opportunity for you to reconnect & replenish your home within.

Recognizing that every body is different, Kristin adapts the poses to suit the individual. She includes guided relaxation techniques and gentle massage at the end of class. Kristin’s class is the perfect transition from the weekend to the week ahead.

kristinKristin Klein is a certified Hatha/Vinyasa & Kundalini Yoga Teacher.  With six years of teaching experience, Kristin has developed a unique style of teaching, blending self healing techniques with the practice of yoga.  Her range of experience includes everything from Chair yoga to Hot Yoga.  Kristin is known for her gentle, encouraging style and loves helping those new to yoga and those looking to gain a deeper understanding of the body/mind through moving meditation.
Dulcinea’s voice glides and lilts as if riding the air currents. Her style is soothing and soulful. Surrounded by music, Dulcinea grew up loving the way singing made her feel. The same feeling and passion inspired her to teach yoga. “My journey with Yoga, and music has been the greatest love affair in my life. Never have I been so whole in my body and quiet in my mind. The power, grace, and beauty that come with Yoga, are what I share in my classes. The ability to express the soul and speak the universal language of music, is what I share in my song.  I sing and teach yoga to empower, inspire and heal. Being able to share this beauty with the world is my deepest joy.”
 

with Erica Jago, Teacher, Author & Yogini

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Entering into the Silence gives our Highest Self an opportunity to emerge in vision form. Learn how to incorporate more creative pauses into your daily practices to draw out what is being revealed to you and what you want to make of that. Often, what we make is art. This practice is a dynamic fusion of rhythmic vinyasa and slow deep holds to prepare the body for artistic meditations. There will be moments of silence in between meditations to seduce your inner artist through paper and pen. Please bring: your favorite journal, paint or pen to use, some supplies will be provided. 

Both workshops 11/30 and 12/7 are $40

Individual workshop $25

“Art of Attention” books will be for sale at the workshop for $40. Get yours personalized with an author’s signature!

Erica Jago_portraitErica Jago is an accomplished graphic designer, teacher and artist whose groundbreaking yoga workbook Art of Attention, which she designed and co-authored with Elena Brower, was ranked #1 for book design on amazon.com and is now translated into 3 languages. She is well-known in her communities in both San Francisco and Hawaii for incorporating design to visualize instructional concepts into artful and meaningful class experiences. Her classes and retreats use Vinyasa and Kundalini Yoga to master a profound love in our attitudes, our emotional experiences and our relationships to our bodies. For more information, visit www.jagoyoga.com

 

with Live Music, Aroma-Touch and Candlelight

by Dulcinea Tincher. Yoga, Aromatherapy & Massage by Kristen Klein

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 EVERY 2nd Sunday

A  yoga class that starts with a meditative visualization and proceeds at a relaxed pace, with an emphasis on the breath and enjoying movement. Along the way, Kristin provides tips on reflexology and self-healing, as well as fascinating information about how the body works.  Recognizing that every body is different, she adapts the poses to suit the individuals.   By awakening the body’s innate healing capacity, the spirit is free to live more fully.  Kristin gives guided relaxation and a bit of aroma touch massage at the end.

The entire event is enlivened by Dulcinea’s enchanting, lyrical voice and guitar. Her music gracefully soars in and out of Kristin’s yoga cuing, the two women co-guiding your experience with a beautifully balanced synergy.  You will leave feeling gently uplifted to start a vibrant new week .

kristin-300x257Kristen Klein is a certified Hatha/Vinyasa & Kundalini Yoga Teacher.  With six years of teaching experience, Kristin has developed a unique style of teaching, blending self healing techniques with the practice of yoga.  Her range of experience includes everything from Chair yoga to Hot Yoga.  Kristin is known for her gentle, encouraging style and loves helping those new to yoga and those looking to gain a deeper understanding of the body/mind through moving meditation.
 

with Tania Jo Ingrahm & Rupali Embry

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 Second Saturdays of the month! 1:00 – 3:00 pm

A four-part series of posture clinics to help you understand any yoga pose What holds a pose together? What forces make it effortless? Where can we relax, and where must we stay engaged? Knowing these principles of ‘right effort’ allows you to be simultaneously alive and dynamic in a yoga pose and yet expend the very least amount of energy. Together we’ll take a look at these dynamic forces within each pose and learn how to harness them to go deeper and wider. These posture clinics with Tania Ingrahm and Rupali Embry are each designed to stand alone—however you’ll get even more value by taking all four.

Saturday, June 14 – Standing Strong!

In the first session we’ll cover four of the key standing poses: tadasana (mountain pose or samasthehi), vira bhadrasana B (warrior B), trikonasana (triangle pose) and utthita parshvakonasana (extended side angle pose). By looking at the architecture of these four, you’ll be able to apply the principles to any standing pose; however, we’ll leave time for questions on other poses.

Saturday, July 12 – Achieving Lift Off!

In the second session, we’ll cover arm balances and their building blocks, including bakasana (crow), as well as vasisthasana (Sage Vasistha’s pose) and pincha mayurasana (peacock feather). Important elements such as strengthening exercises, wrist stretches and key alignment tips will also be offered. Each participant will get individual assistance to access these poses in a safe and progressive way.

Saturday, August 9 – East Side/West Side Story

In the third session, we’ll be going forward and backward with janu shirshasana (head to knee), upavishtakonasana (wide spread forward fold), ustrasana (camel) and dhanurasana (bow). If you hate these poses, come discover a way to make them fun and productive.

Saturday, September 13 – A Whole New World

In the last session, we’ll check out the inversions…sarvangasana (shoulderstand), shirsasana (headstand), halasana (plow) and adho mukha vrikshasana (handstand), along with the preparatory movements. If this class of poses terrifies you, come face your fears! We’ll present all the steps to work up to these slowly at your own readiness.

 

Tania and RupaliTania Ingrahm and Rupali Embry have both been teaching yoga for over 25 years and have trained nearly 400 yoga teachers worldwide. They are committed to helping you build tapas in your yoga practice—through a consistent daily practice you will be carried through life’s luscious human experience.

 

with Tania Jo Ingrahm & Rupali Embry

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A four-part series of posture clinics to help you understand any yoga pose What holds a pose together? What forces make it effortless? Where can we relax, and where must we stay engaged? Knowing these principles of ‘right effort’ allows you to be simultaneously alive and dynamic in a yoga pose and yet expend the very least amount of energy. Together we’ll take a look at these dynamic forces within each pose and learn how to harness them to go deeper and wider. These posture clinics with Tania Ingrahm and Rupali Embry are each designed to stand alone—however you’ll get even more value by taking all four.

Saturday, June 14 – Standing Strong!

In the first session we’ll cover four of the key standing poses: tadasana (mountain pose or samasthehi), vira bhadrasana B (warrior B), trikonasana (triangle pose) and utthita parshvakonasana (extended side angle pose). By looking at the architecture of these four, you’ll be able to apply the principles to any standing pose; however, we’ll leave time for questions on other poses.

Saturday, July 12 – Achieving Lift Off!

In the second session, we’ll cover arm balances and their building blocks, including bakasana (crow), as well as vasisthasana (Sage Vasistha’s pose) and pincha mayurasana (peacock feather). Important elements such as strengthening exercises, wrist stretches and key alignment tips will also be offered. Each participant will get individual assistance to access these poses in a safe and progressive way.

Saturday, August 9 – East Side/West Side Story

In the third session, we’ll be going forward and backward with janu shirshasana (head to knee), upavishtakonasana (wide spread forward fold), ustrasana (camel) and dhanurasana (bow). If you hate these poses, come discover a way to make them fun and productive.

Saturday, September 13 – A Whole New World

In the last session, we’ll check out the inversions…sarvangasana (shoulderstand), shirsasana (headstand), halasana (plow) and adho mukha vrikshasana (handstand), along with the preparatory movements. If this class of poses terrifies you, come face your fears! We’ll present all the steps to work up to these slowly at your own readiness.

 

Tania and RupaliTania Ingrahm and Rupali Embry have both been teaching yoga for over 25 years and have trained nearly 400 yoga teachers worldwide. They are committed to helping you build tapas in your yoga practice—through a consistent daily practice you will be carried through life’s luscious human experience.

 

with Tania Jo Ingrahm & Rupali Embry

Sign Up Now!

A four-part series of posture clinics to help you understand any yoga pose What holds a pose together? What forces make it effortless? Where can we relax, and where must we stay engaged? Knowing these principles of ‘right effort’ allows you to be simultaneously alive and dynamic in a yoga pose and yet expend the very least amount of energy. Together we’ll take a look at these dynamic forces within each pose and learn how to harness them to go deeper and wider. These posture clinics with Tania Ingrahm and Rupali Embry are each designed to stand alone—however you’ll get even more value by taking all four.

Saturday, June 14 – Standing Strong!

In the first session we’ll cover four of the key standing poses: tadasana (mountain pose or samasthehi), vira bhadrasana B (warrior B), trikonasana (triangle pose) and utthita parshvakonasana (extended side angle pose). By looking at the architecture of these four, you’ll be able to apply the principles to any standing pose; however, we’ll leave time for questions on other poses.

Saturday, July 12 – Achieving Lift Off!

In the second session, we’ll cover arm balances and their building blocks, including bakasana (crow), as well as vasisthasana (Sage Vasistha’s pose) and pincha mayurasana (peacock feather). Important elements such as strengthening exercises, wrist stretches and key alignment tips will also be offered. Each participant will get individual assistance to access these poses in a safe and progressive way.

Saturday, August 9 – East Side/West Side Story

In the third session, we’ll be going forward and backward with janu shirshasana (head to knee), upavishtakonasana (wide spread forward fold), ustrasana (camel) and dhanurasana (bow). If you hate these poses, come discover a way to make them fun and productive.

Saturday, September 13 – A Whole New World

In the last session, we’ll check out the inversions…sarvangasana (shoulderstand), shirsasana (headstand), halasana (plow) and adho mukha vrikshasana (handstand), along with the preparatory movements. If this class of poses terrifies you, come face your fears! We’ll present all the steps to work up to these slowly at your own readiness.

 

Tania and RupaliTania Ingrahm and Rupali Embry have both been teaching yoga for over 25 years and have trained nearly 400 yoga teachers worldwide. They are committed to helping you build tapas in your yoga practice—through a consistent daily practice you will be carried through life’s luscious human experience.

 

with Live Music by Dulcinea Tincher.

Yoga aromatherapy & massage by Kristen Klein

By awakening the body’s innate healing capacity, the spirit is free to live more fully. Stretch, flow and reset to music so that you will feel refreshed and ready for whatever Monday morning may throw at you. This yoga class soothes and revives, with an emphasis on the breath while enjoying the movement.

Recognizing that every body is different, Kristin adapts the poses to suit the individual. She includes guided relaxation techniques and gentle massage at the end of class. Kristin’s class is the perfect transition from the weekend to the week ahead.

kristin-300x257Kristen Klein is a certified Hatha/Vinyasa & Kundalini Yoga Teacher.  With six years of teaching experience, Kristin has developed a unique style of teaching, blending self healing techniques with the practice of yoga.  Her range of experience includes everything from Chair yoga to Hot Yoga.  Kristin is known for her gentle, encouraging style and loves helping those new to yoga and those looking to gain a deeper understanding of the body/mind through moving meditation.
 

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