Sundays 11 am – 12 noon (HST)

Starting May 31

Click here to see your timezone

Move through the energy – prana – of inhaling and exhaling, smoothly flowing between postures. Yin Yoga then becomes the soothing tonic that can help us find balance and inner calm. In this practice poses are held longer, with deeply relaxing “stretching” poses that open and energize the “meridians,” or energy pathways of the body, restoring youthful joint mobility as you quietly activate your life force.

This class is open to all levels. Join us live online to nourish your spirit, rejuvenate your body, and enliven your mind!

Optional: You can come to class with a yoga mat and any cushions, towels or blankets that you may want to use as props during your practice.

 

David Sanders

David is a well-loved yogi of tremendous insight and inspiration, which he artfully and humorously weaves into every class, making it a beautiful body mind spirit experience for his  students.  He is also skilled at creating classes that uniquely meet the needs of every student in attendance. David began teaching at Still & Moving Center on its first anniversary in 2011 and has been a vibrant member of our community ever since.

David began his personal yoga practice in college in 1973 while attending San Diego State University and continued studying at a variety of locations in Los Angeles, primarily Yoga Works, Santa Monica. David deepened his practice at Kalani Honua on the Big Island of Hawaii, graduating from their Yoga Teacher Training in April of 2002. David  taught at Kalani from 2003 to 2009, both regular classes and at yoga retreats held there. While at Kalani, he had the opportunity to study with visiting teachers, including Shiva Rea, Lynne Minton, Saul David Raye and Duncan Wong. As a life-long student, David never ceases to acquire knowledge and greater understanding into application.

Sign up now!

Wednesdays, 7:30 am.

Vinyasa yoga is a series of poses that will move you through the power of inhaling and exhaling. Vinyasa movements are smoothly flowing and almost dance-like, which explains why it is sometimes referred to as Vinyasa Flow or just Flow.

David SandersDavid Sanders

David is a well-loved yogi of tremendous insight and inspiration, which he artfully weaves into every class, making it a beautiful body mind spirit experience for his  students.  He is also skilled at creating classes that uniquely meet the needs of every student in attendance.

David began his personal yoga practice in college in 1973 while attending San Diego State University and continued studying at a variety of locations in Los Angeles, primarily Yoga Works, Santa Monica. David deepened his practice at Kalani Honua on the Big Island of Hawaii, graduating from their Yoga Teacher Training in April of 2002. David  taught at Kalani from 2003 to 2009, both regular classes and at yoga retreats held there. While at Kalani, he had the opportunity to study with visiting teachers, including Shiva Rea, Lynne Minton, Saul David Raye and Duncan Wong. David joined the yoga community on Oahu in 2009 and has been teaching at Still & Moving Center since its first anniversary in 2011.

Sign up now!

 

Price: $49 each session, $79 for both.

We begin with a meditative yin yoga series with David Sanders, opening the energy lines in and around the heart in preparation for the Limitless Bliss portion of the workshop. In this traditional yin session, we will hold our asana (poses) for 3-5 minutes each, cultivating our patience and increasing the body’s flexibility and openness. Grant accompanies our yin yoga with the deeply soothing, lilting song of the Swiss Hang drum.

From the stillness of yin, Grant leads us into light movement, bringing us fully present in the body. His segment of the workshop is titled: Introduction to Limitless Bliss and the Wisdom of Love.

This interactive group communication session is geared towards the enlightenment of all participants, with no affiliation to any religion or tradition. Anybody can join!

Operating on a level of truth and integrity, Grant helps bring us to awareness of the whole one consciousness that we all are.

He also helps us to uncover deep unconscious and subconscious tendencies that keep us from aligning with spirit and our higher selves. Grant assists in bringing up people’s “stuff” that is not actually theirs. We work together on seeing it for what it is and letting it go, together for the duration of the session, and individually for many days afterwards. Everyone’s privacy is honored, and all healing happens collectively during the session.

It is up to each individual to continue the work on their own “stuff” after the session…if they choose. Grant simply initiates the healing process that our higher selves want.

Grant speaks about cultivating, sustaining and realizing love and the true nature of ‘bliss’. He provides guidance on our self-driven process to transcend fear and illusory limitations through dedicated lifestyle shifts infused with spiritual aspirations.

Grant suggests steps each person can take on their own in the stages of enlightenment that are possible for everybody. He gives take-home practices for individual clearing and recharging of our systems to be inundated with pure light and higher consciousness. He teaches grounding and stabilizing techniques to assimilate the increasing intensity of life force while remaining completely relaxed and “in the body”. Before leaving, we receive as ‘homework’ certain mindfulness practices to increase acceptance, gratitude and love, to embrace life from the vantage point of the higher self.

Each session will be unique and valuable, the second session allowing participants from the first to go deeper. Newcomers welcome to both.

David Sanders

David Sanders  began his personal yoga practice in 1976, studying at a variety of locations in Los Angeles, including Billy Porter’s Urban Yoga Workout, and Yoga Works, Santa Monica. David deepened his practice at Kalani resort on the island of Hawaii, graduating from their Yoga Teacher Training in April of 2002. David has taught at Kalani Resort on Big Island, Hawaii for past six years at regular classes and at men’s yoga retreats. While at Kalani, he had the opportunity to study with Alan McGrew, a student of Paul Grilley and Sarah Powers, authors of the current practice known as Yin Yoga. 

 

Grant Goodwin devotes his existence to being a living instrument of Source. Grant is free from any religion or system of belief. Grant travels the world studying with spiritual teachers and healers, thus far in India, Africa, Europe, North America, Central America, and South America. Most of all, Grant learns from his ongoing meditation practice and practice of unconditional love in every moment.

Grant is also a lover of natural science, with his bachelor’s degree in Tropical Plant and Soil Sciences at the University of Hawaii. His unique fusion of intense spiritual devotion and scientific understanding make him a super-powered outlet for source energy to reach human beings with fresh, new and inspiring information.

 

Sign up now!

This Sunday, September 18, 2016, David’s yin class will be graced by two guest gong healers, Malcolm Wasserman and Crystal Hinton, playing their ancient instruments to promote wellness and world peace. This will be a powerful healing experience, synergizing the potent effects of yin yoga with the power of the gong.

Dance Dojo at Still & Moving Center is the ideal room for this powerful healing experience, synergizing the potent effects of yin yoga with the power of the gong. Pre-registration is highly suggested as space is limited. Donations for the musicians will be deeply appreciated.

Still & Moving Center is proud to support and participate in Lululemon’s 808 Meditate Movement event, the first one on Oahu. Join us for a full day of meditation in motion island-wide. Our wonderful yoga teacher, David Sanders, will be offering a candlelight flow and meditation to live music at our center in the evening.

All events are FREE

Spaces are limited. Pre-registration encouraged!

Sign Up Now!

Slide1

with David Sanders for yoga and SkyLove Soleil, visiting musician from Hawai’i island

Sign Up Now!

Immerse yourself in the river of two powerful forces merging for a one-time event. By popular demand, Sky Love is adding another session at Still & Moving Center. This Sunday, August 3, 11-12:15 David Sanders’ yin yoga class will be done to Sky Love’s musical accompaniment. By engaging in the deep inward meditation of David’s yin practice, with Sky’s awesome soundscape of crystal bowls and didgeridoo, you will give yourself the opportunity of an exceptionally healing and uplifting experience. Bring your prayers, your dreams and your visions for this rare opportunity to nourish the best within yourself.

The event will be followed by a free, optional sat sang and potluck. 

Space is limited at this well-attended class. Advance registration recommended.

 with David Sanders

Live meditative music by Michael Tanenbaum

$25 per session

$65 for all 3

Saturday, July 20, 27 & Aug 3

2:30 – 4:30 pm

Sign Up Now!

Nourish your spirit, rejuvenate your body, and enliven your mind! Open to all levels

Replenish, revive, balance and restore. Enjoy an introduction to Yin Yoga and a deep practice, with a lively Q&A on the philosophy and health benefits of Yin and then experience the magic for yourself! Join David and get to know your body/mind in this deeply calming, profound workshop. Please bring your own cushions and blankets if you have them.

ストレッチする女性Session 1 July 20, will focus on basic concepts, anatomy and physiology, focusing on toning and lengthening the spine and limbs.

Session 2  July 27, will go deeper into the practice, with focus on breath, pranayama and hip openers.

Session 3 August 3, will bring it all together with meditations to facilitate deepening the Yin experience, with a full-body practice.

Yin yoga is a practice of long-held, deeply relaxing “stretching” poses that open and energize the “meridians,” or energy pathways of the body, restoring youthful joint mobility as you quietly activate your prana, or life force.

Whereas the popular yang styles of yoga target the muscles of the body, yin yoga targets the more interior, supportive structures – the ligaments and tendons of the joints. Yin Yoga is the soothing tonic that is so missing in our busy lives, that can help us find balance and inner calm.

Read More


Search
Massage Special!

Receive
10% off of 3 treatments
15% off of 6 treatments
when booked with the same
therapist.

Copyright © 2018 Still & Moving Center, Honolulu, Hawaii.