This class is geared toward teachers and students who wish to explore ways to teach and/or practice with osteopenia or osteoporosis. 6 spots left!
We will be CLOSED on Thursday, November 22 and Friday, November 23 for the Thanksgiving Holiday. However, we will hold one special class on Friday at 10:00am taught by Trace Sahaja Bonner! Class is free, but please bring a coat for our warmth drive!
(Last class on Wednesday, November 21 at 4:00pm)
Reiki share, also known as Reiki circle or exchange, is a gathering of like-minded Reiki believers who participate in group healing treatments on each other. The main purpose for the Reiki share is to give and receive Reiki in a casual atmosphere of friendship, honor, positive energy and devotion. The Reiki Mandala is open to all practitioners and non-practitioners to either give or receive Reiki.
Restorative yoga poses help us learn to rest deeply and completely. Let Ursel Harmon guide you through a restorative sequence to help your relax before the holidays.
This two part program is designed to take a deeper look at Yoga with Director of Holy Cow Yoga Center, Trace Sahaja Bonner. Maybe we feel better in the body want to learn the deeper aspects of the poses themselves. Or, feel an overall sense of ease emerging from within that sparks a desire to know more about yourself. If you are in either of these places, then this program may give you your next step on this journey. These programs can be taken either together or separate. Choose one or the other, or both. One is not necessary to take the other.
Gentle Yoga is gaining popularity because it gives the body the stress reduction it needs to heal and be at ease. Holy Cow Yoga Center has always loved offering a gentler approach to Yoga along side our more vigorous classes. We are proud to host a weekend training on Gentle Yoga with Ursel Harmon, 500 RYT. Ursel will share an in-depth knowledge of how to work with this growing demographic.
Yoga, mindfulness and breathing can be ideal tools to assist teens with their busy schedules, social pressures, the demands of school and changing hormones. Jill Keefer leads our monthly class to help early teens develop a more in-depth yoga practice and learn meditation skills. Teens leave feeling calm, relaxed and more confident! Ages 10-14. Cost is $13.
Special Fall Series: Tuesdays from 8-9:00am. Get outside! We’ll get this class moving with a 30 minute walk along the West Ashley Greenway, behind Holy Cow Yoga Center. Upon returning to the studio, we’ll practice 30 minutes of mindful and meditative yoga.
Come and learn about this unique method of yoga that has been passed down through generations of teachers. You will learn the postures of the sequence that form the foundation of the Primary Series. Appropriate for all levels of yoga practitioners as we will explore the building blocks as well as the full variations of some of the more challenging postures.
Sometimes we need to spend time breaking down a specific genre of poses. This weekend we examine forward bending postures, alignment and variations. We will also focus on physiology of the spine and the manipura chakra. These physical aspects along with the study of kriya yoga and upanishads give us the ability to cleanse the mind and allow us to bow humbly to our truest self.
The Great Sweet Potato Harvest. Our team will be volunteering during one of the Green Heart Project’s Crop Mob garden workdays. From 5-7pm @ Mitchell Elementary, 2 Perry St. We will be harvesting sweet potatoes from our urban farm and need all hands on deck.