Breathe in the fresh ocean air and rediscover the true you! Connect on the beach and become fully alive and fully aware of nature’s gifts. When you allow yourself to be in the moment and capture the true essence of your being, life’s worries begin to fade with the ocean breeze. You are able to lift your feet up through the pebbled sand and discover a path of inner light, gratitude, and inspiration. Located on Jupiter Beach on Sundays at 8am this class is held just South of the Reef Club at beach staircase #50.
Gentle Yoga is structured around rejuvenating and healing the body. Experience balance and harmony through a slow and mindful practice designed to release tension, reduce stress and promote relaxation. Yoga props such as blankets, blocks, bolsters, and straps are often used for safe practice, and to allow the body to fully achieve each position comfortably. Held at a slower pace Gentle Yoga focuses on stretching all areas of the body while releasing stress and tension from joints and muscles. Through gentle yet powerful poses, breath awareness, mantra and meditation you will also learn how to connect with your true heart’s desire. Emphasis is always on self-awareness, breath, and honoring the body.
One of the most common things yoga practitioners say is, “Can you imagine what life would be like if I started this when I was younger?” Kid’s yoga has grown into one of the fastest-growing expressions of yoga in the world. In this fun & engaging practice, children are given the freedom to discover their inherent creativity, joy, and confidence while learning skills for relaxation, concentration, and healthy internal dialogue.
Medicine Drum Circle (All Ages Welcome)
The drum circle, led by Buckley Griffis, is held on the 3rd Friday night of each month at 7:30 pm. The medicine circle is an ancient healing practice that has been a vital part of communities all over the world. In this circle, we play drums and other percussion instruments with the clear intention of healing ourselves and others. The circle includes three rounds. The first round is a release of those things which no longer serve our higher self. In the second round, we invite new manifestations into our life. Things that we want to create and enjoy. In the final round, we focus the energy of the circle wherever it is needed. To a loved one or a group of people. Maybe to a situation in our lives or a part of the Earth that needs healing. This is a ritual that focuses our energy and attention in a fun and meaningful way. We like people to come at the beginning of the circle and stay until the end so we are all participating in the journey together. No musical experience is needed to enjoy this medicine circle. Drums and small percussion instruments will be provided, however, anyone is welcome to bring their own instruments.
The word sadhana is a sanskrit word meaning spiritual practice. This all levels practice is consciously sequenced to support the intention of holding a sacred space for self inquiry and creating a mindful entrance into your day. It incorporates a balanced blend of meditation, movement and breath work that will leave you feeling centered, calm and energized for your day.
A spontaneously sequenced form of vinyasa flow yoga. This practice encourages mindful exploration of the postures amidst an invigorating combination of fluid movement and deeper, prolonged holds. This practice incorporates elements of vinyasa, breathwork and mindfulness and is ideal for practitioners looking for a practice that is eclectic and inclusive of a well-balanced synthesis of energizing and calming elements.
Practiced in a warm room, power vinyasa challenges and inspires practitioners to cultivate an easeful mind while engaged in dynamic, exhilarating movement. Postures are linked together fluidly and married to the breath to create tapas, the fire of discipline that purifies and detoxifies the body and clears the mind. This practice is designed for practitioners looking for a strong physical practice that revitalizes and nourishes one’s Self from the inside out.
This prenatal class is for women at all stages of pregnancy with no previous yoga experience necessary. It is a short, gentle prenatal yoga practice designed to build strength, while you learn to connect your breath to the asanas. As we flow through this practice you will activate your body while connecting to the light growing within you. It is our intention to make you feel more calm, comfortable and confident with every class through yoga, breathwork, meditation, and discussion. Your prenatal yoga practice will improve your circulation, strengthen the support of your uterus and pelvic muscles as well as help you maintain a limber spine. We will also address the challenges faced in the pregnancy journey all the way through childbirth such as nausea, sciatica, swelling, and even labor. I want to create a safe, open community that allows you to freely discuss any issues, from discomforts and concerns to the wonderful new changes your body and baby are experiencing.
Restorative yoga is a deeply nourishing practice that invites the use of props such as bolsters and blankets to encourage a deep letting go into each posture. Postures are held upwards of 10-15 minutes offering the benefits of deep relaxation, breath awareness, and release of unconscious holding patterns. This practice offers a tremendously healing space to explore the vast realms of consciousness accessed through deep relaxation.
Soulful Sunday Vinyasa
Take time to dive deep and honor your spirit on this sacred day. Sundays are a reminder to breathe deep & restore a sense of ease and balance in your life. This practice harmoniously integrates various elements from the yoga tradition’s vast teachings: breathwork, mantra, mudra and meditation accompanied to vinyasa flow yoga & kundalini kriyas. This recipe serves to recharge your system & refresh your spirit. The weekly theme for this practice is drawn from the ongoing changes in our natural surroundings. Through the ritual of connecting with the natural elements, an exploration into the deeper dimensions of Self is awakened.
Sweat Lodge Vinyasa (Heated)
Enjoy this strong, detoxifying vinyasa practice in a heated room. Sweat Lodge Vinyasa is held each Friday evening as a way to purge the week and purify body and mind through a practice that challenges, inspires and elevates your vibe. We warm the room with space heaters and accompany the practice to the sounds of tribal rhythms and primal beats to facilitate a deep cleansing, ultimately leading into the sweet space of stillness with each practice incorporating a sitting meditation following the movement practice. Step into your weekend feeling recharged and refreshed!
The Gathering Place: Inner Work + Meditation Group
The Gathering Place is an inner work + meditation group facilitated by Kula Founder, Scott Feinberg. The intention and spirit of this group is to offer a safe and sacred container to gather ourselves AND to gather together. A place to unpack our human experience. A place for self investigation. A place for deeper contemplation. A place for community.
We meet live online on Thursdays from 7:30pm-9:00pm eastern standard time. You can tune in via Zoom from the comfort of your own home anywhere in the world. There are four sessions per year, each focusing on a different topic.
All sessions are also recorded, archived and made available to all members so not to worry if you miss a session.
We have also created a private facebook group and meditation group on the Insight Timer App for members of The Gathering Place so that we may continue to nurture this community throughout each week and in between sessions with extra support, live-stream pop up meditations, resources for growth and posts designed to foster conversations about the spiritual path.
We are incredibly excited and honored to welcome you into The Gathering Place!
This peaceful, gentle practice offers a sacred container to unwind and replenish your body, heart and mind. Our signature Unwind Practice combines mindfulness meditation, gentle movement, yin and restorative yoga to support you in releasing stress and finding your way back to center.
The yin style blends yoga asanas with Taoist meridian theory and mindfulness meditation techniques. Postures are held in the range of 3-5 minutes with muscles relaxed to target the connective tissue and organ systems. This slower form allows the asanas to be experienced as containers for self-inquiry and receptivity through a gradual attunement to the subtle contours of experience. The practice gradually guides students into deeper layers of interiority. This practice is designed for practitioners looking for a slower-paced, more meditative approach to yoga and offers a great compliment to a power yoga based practice.
Designed to train both our active and receptive modes of being. More rajasic or “type a” people will be met where they are while also beginning to develop techniques for slowing down and introspection. More tamasic or “mellow” people will also be met where they are while beginning to develop techniques for enlivening their energy system. The practice offers people of both constitutions a more sattvic, or balanced practice leaving them in a state of energized clarity and centeredness.