Events & Workshops

We offer a variety of unique events and workshops throughout the year in addition to our regular Wellness Services, including daily Yoga Classes and weekly Tai Chi Classes. The events below change seasonally. You can register online for events and classes here.

Restorative Yoga +Acupuncture

Thursday, October 26th     6:00 – 7:30 pm

Marilyn leads a restorative class that ends with a fully supported, extended savasana.  In this fully relaxed state, your body’s ability to repair is at its peak, making savasana a great time to receive acupuncture. Aimee will come around to place a few needles to address your specific health issues while you blissfully rest on your yoga mat.

Feel the combined healing power of these two modalities together.

No experience necessary, perfect for beginners or seasoned yogis. Wear comfortable clothing.  Yoga mats are provided but feel free to bring your own. $30.00. Space is limited.  Register online here.

Intro to Tai Chi Yang Style, 12-Form with David

Tuesdays,  Sept. 26th to Nov. 14th,  7:15 – 8:30 pm

This is an 8-wk class starting September 26th . You will begin each class  with traditional qi gong warm up exercises.  David will then slowly guide you through the Yang Style 12-Form.  He will go deeper into the bases of  tai chi principles, the tai chi stance, footwork, and breathwork.  Wear comfortable clothing and socks. For all levels, no experience necessary.

Instructor, Dr. David Teschler is a lecturer, author, consultant, and coach. He works with elite athletes, executives, community leaders, and universities.  He holds a PhD in Sports Medicine Counseling, a Master of Divinity in Buddhist Studies, and a Bachelors degree in Liberal Arts.  He is a Board Certified Sports Psychologist, and a Member of both the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM), and the National Institutes of Sport (NIS).

David is a 10th Degree Master Instructor in Tai Chi Chuan; trained under Grand Master, Chou Yuen-Li at the Institute of Physical Culture in Shanghai, Peoples Republic of China, and recognized by the Martial Arts Masters World Federation. Additionally, he is a Fifth Degree Black Belt in Kenpo Karate, a Third Degree Black Sash in Bok Mei Pai, and a Second Degree Black Belt in Southern Preying Mantis, Kung Fu.

David is also an Ordained Buddhist Priest in the Zen tradition of meditation practice.  He teaches meditation, and guides practice at the Zen Bridge Community in Stillwater Minnesota.

$100.00 for 8 wks. To sign up, stop in at our studio or register online here.

Yoga for Stress and Anxiety

Mondays, October, 2nd, 9th and 16th  6:00 – 7:00 pm

Are you feeling stressed or anxious? Having trouble sleeping due to the constant spinning of your mind and thoughts?
Join us and learn how to quiet the mind, reduce emotional reactivity and increase resilience through:

Breathing techniques
Conscious relaxation
Gentle movement

Class can be adapted for those who can not or prefer not to sit on the floor. Yoga mats provided. Bring your own if you prefer.
Wear comfortable clothing. No yoga experience necessary.
Instructor: Marilyn Calver
Cost: $40 for all three classes. Pre-registration is required. Stop in at the studio or online here.

This series is supported in part by
If this is not affordable for you, please email to inquire about a lower payment. No one will be turned away due to funds.

Intro to Tai Chi Yang Style, 24-Form with Aimee

Saturdays,  starting October 21, 2017    10:00 – 11:00 am

This is a 10-wk class, each one slowly builds on the previous class to learn the entire Yang Style , short form.   Aimee focuses on low impact movements for the whole body. This practice will help you maintain range of motion, improve circulation and balance.  At the end of the 10-wks you will have the 24 form memorized and can continue to refine your practice by joining us in Lowell Park, Saturday mornings during the summer months for Tai Chi by the River.

$120 for 10-wks or $15 per class for drop ins, payable at time of class. Stop in or register here.