Events

To register for any event, you can email us or call 215-482-7877 and we will respond as promptly as possible! Please also note our refund policy under Schedule & Fees. Thank you!

Ongoing Monthly/Bi-Monthly Events

Chakra Meditation and Oneness Blessing

Every Other Monday Evening from 6:30-8:30pm - next session - February 19th

Suggested Donation - $5-$10

The format for the evenings is Sharing Circle, Chakra Dhyana and Oneness Blessing. All are welcome!

Alternately facilitated by Maureen Malone, Sharon Stratton and Jana Pechmann Lunger, Oneness Blessing Givers.

To register, please call Maureen at 215-424-4444 or 215-431-8838.

The Chakra Dhyana is a very powerful Spiritual Practice to awaken Kundalini, connect you with higher conscious, and clear and activate the 7 chakras. Using the Chakra Dhyana, we briefly chant the Bija Mantras for each Chakra. At the conclusion of the Chakra Dhyana the Oneness Blessing will be given. The Oneness Blessing is an energy transfer that initiates a neuro-biological change in the brain that connects us with spirit. It results in a growth in consciousness by creating a shift in the perception and experience of life. It is non-denominational; and awakens our connection with the oneness in everything, allowing each of us to deepen our relationship with ourselves, those we love, and with all that is.


Early Morning Aquarian Sadhana

Sunday, February 18th from 5:00am - 7:30am

FREE!

Get up before the sun and join us for this free practice in the amrit vela, the ambrosial hours before dawn. We start with about 20 minutes of reading from Japji Sahib, a Sikh scripture. After which we practice a Kundalini kriya (yoga exercises) together. Following the exercises, we chant the Aquarian mantras (as taught by Yogi Bhajan) for 62 minutes and enjoy a deep meditation. Start your day/week with this refreshing spiritual practice!


February 2018

The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali with Shiva Das

4 Wednesday Evenings - February 14th, 21st, 28th and March 14th - each evening from 6:30 - 9:30pm

Investment - $108 for full series

Or $30 per class

Join us for this fascinating study and immerse yourself into the primary underlying philosophy of Yoga! This experience will challenge your perspective, and change the way you see you and life itself! In This Course we will Investigate the history of Vedic Philosophy and culture; Pantanjali the ancient sage; the purpose and goal of Yoga; the obstacles on the yogic path; the 8 fold practice of Ashtanga Yoga; the results of a yogic practice and the nature of Enlightenment. We hope you will join us!


March 2018

Injury Prevention and Awareness in Yoga with Dr. Martin Orimenko

Wednesday evening, March 7th from 6:30 - 9:30pm

Investment - $30

Dr. Martin Orimenko is a chiropractor, acupuncturist and naturopath, with training in Ayurveda, bodywork, nutrition and energy healing. Currently the director of Live Well Holistic Health Center in Ardmore, he has been in practice since 1990 treating a wide variety of conditions. He was the anatomy instructor for a St. Louis based massage school for eight years. Previous to this he taught biology at several private secondary schools, including Friends Select here in Philadelphia. He has had a yoga practice since the age of seventeen.

www.livewellholistichealth.com/dr-martin-orimenko.html


Kali Natha Yoga - The Yoga of the Divine Feminine with Shakti Durgaya Kali

Thursday, March 8th from 7:00 - 9:00pm

Suggested Donation - $20

Kali Natha Yoga, as taught by Ma Jaya Sati Bhagavati, is the mystical yoga of the Divine Feminine. During this introductory evening you will experience the Kali Natha Yoga asana series of the Divine Mother honoring Mother Kali, Shakti practices and an asana series dedicated to Mother Kundalini. Kali Natha Kundalini tantric pranayama practices will be interwoven through the evening. This practice is suitable for students of all levels and abilities.

Shakti Durgaya Kali, Kali Natha Yoga Acharya, has been sharing this mystical yoga for more than 18 years. She was initiated into Kali Natha Yoga by Ma Jaya Sati Bhagavati, her guru and the founder of Kashi Ashram. Her passion is to share Ma Jaya's lineage and to ease every heart. 


Kirtan with KIRTAN SOUL REVIVAL!

Saturday, March 10th at 8:00pm

Tickets - $20 in advance; $25 at the door

Sing, dance, and revive your soul with an evening of healing call and response chanting, funky devotional music, and heart-felt sacred song. Through KSR's simple presentation, even non-singers can easily experience the joy of being surrounded by harmony in a space that enourages improvisation and exploration. Join us for a heart-opening, uplifting celebration of life!

Kirtan Soul Revival (KSR) is NYC's funkiest devotional mantra music experience. Since 2011 they have been fusing traditional Sanskrit mantras, original music, and music from around the world to create unique, dynamic sounds that merge guitar-driven funk, rock, gospel, rhythm and blues, world grooves, and chants. Soul-stirring vocals and three part harmony add fullness and depth to their sound. Calia Marshall, Helen Styring Tocci and Todd Keller, with drummer Terrence Pompey, are all longtime yoga practitioners and musicians. They have created a singular sound in the growing genre of mantra music. KSR brings the connecting power of harmony and a fusion of Eastern and Western sounds to a public craving more positivity, love and community in its music and life.

"Kirtan Soul Revival is a fresh and uplifting voice in the world of kirtan music. Vibrant, soul-stirring singing with stellar harmonies and groovin' guitar - KSR will make your heart smile." - Sean Johnson, kirtan artist


Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra with Michelle Stortz

Sunday, March 11th from 4:00 - 6:00pm

Investment - $20

OR Bring a Friend - 2 for $30 ($15 each)!

Divine Sleep Yoga Nidra is a guided meditation that systemactically leads you into a deep state of relaxation through breath awareness, body scanning and imagery. This state 'turns on' the relaxtion response, which is the body's natural healing state. There is nothing for you to do, but to get comfortable and listen.

Yoga Nidra is typically practiced while reclined in a comfortable position, though it can also be done sitting upright. The workshop will also include a guided sitting meditation and gentle mindful movement.


Spring Morning Retreat Week with Shiva Das

Monday, March 19th - Friday, March 23rd from 6:00-8:00am each day

Investment - $108 for the full week

Or $25 per day

Start the new season with this amazing week-long retreat, without traveling or taking off from work. We meet each morning for an intensive two-hour yoga/meditation class to experience the benefits of:


An inspiring satsang / sharing circle
Seasonal practices based on Ayurveda
Rejuvenating Pranayama
Asansa to purify and open the chakras
Stress, tension reduction & increased energy
Self-awareness & concentration
Self-love & personal empowerment

This is the perfect way to heal, renew and energize in the midst of daily life!



Anatomy and Physiology for Yoga with Amanda Hall

Saturday and Sunday, March 24th and 25th from 12noon - 6:00pm

Investment - $130

This workshop will provide an overview of the basic structure and function of the body’s major systems as they relate to yoga. Amanda will review common diseases within these systems, and highlight relationships to the subtle body. She will incorporate a review of the latest scientific literature revealing yoga’s benefits and measurable physiological effects. This will be an interactive workshop with chanting, guided meditations, and group work.

Amanda Hall has practiced yoga since 2005, and been expanding her knowledge, skills, and passion for healing ever since. She has worked as both an adult and pediatric nurse in inpatient and outpatient settings, and is currently pursing a Family Nurse Practitioner Degree at Drexel University. She holds a certificate from Drexel in Integrative Therapies, and a B.S. in Biology from Washington College. Amanda is very passionate about integrating yoga and other non-pharmacological therapies into mainstream healthcare. She graduated from Yoga on Main’s YTT-200 hour training in the Spring of 2014, and is currently developing a yoga program at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia for adolescents with chronic headaches. She hopes to inspire upcoming yoga teachers to continue studying and sharing yoga as a holistic system for healing, prevention, and health maintenance.