Relax, Restore, Renew, Recharge!
Are you a practicing yogi? A once in a while yogi? A wounded yogi? A wish you were a yogi? We welcome you. At Sanctuary Yoga you can come as you are and leave refreshed, restored, renewed, and recharged!
Like the symbol of the spiral, the spiritual journey is one in which the destination is reached when we return to the Self. The postures represent just such a return to the Self. As we bend forward or twist our bodies we curve our awareness back toward ourselves, looking inward to find the stillness in our center. As we learn to surrender and release into that return, we can recuperate from the outward actions of our busy everyday lives, taking solace in self-reflection. This movement inward is like the coiling action of a spring, and is the necessary precursor to our uncoiling into our next project, activity, or growth spurt. Without it we can become like elastic that has been stretched too far: unable to return to its original length, it loses its ability to hold things together.
~ Donna Farhi
Sanctuary Healing Arts Center Yoga Classes
Do you find yourself experiencing any of the following:
- Sleep issues
- Digestion issues
- Muscle tension
- Chronic pain
Or do you just need to relax and come back to center?
It has been shown in study after study all of the above conditions are helped through the practice of yoga. Haleya’s gentle and mindful approach focuses on engaging the rest and digest parasympathetic nervous system so that you may restore and heal your parts affected by stress. She hopes you'll join her in connecting to that deep quiet sanctuary within.
Upcoming Yoga Classes
Upcoming Events › Yoga
Jan 17, Jan 24, Jan 31, Feb 7, Feb 14, Feb 21 @ 5:30 pm – 6:45 pm
Are you stressed, anxious, burnt out, or always fighting to keep yourself ahead of the game? Sanctuary Yoga is your place to take care of your mind, body, and soul at a deep level. Sanctuary Yoga is gentle but focused. It is slow, steady, and mindful. It allows your nervous system to let go deeply to help your whole system recalibrate and reset itself.