In Acroyoga (a blend of acrobatics, yoga and Thai massage), a washing machine is any repeatable flow. Join us to Refine your Acro technique Smooth out your transitions Flow gracefully from pose to pose. Combine and rev up to an exciting Spin Cycle.
Come and learn the simple self-treatment techniques of the MELT Method (MELT). MELT is a breakthrough self-care system that helps prevent pain, heal injury, and erase the negative effects of aging and active living. MELT simulates the hands-on techniques of manual therapy to eliminate stress, pain, and dysfunction. Register Here.
July 21 - September 8, 2015
Tuesdays at 7:45-9:00pm
Answer the Call of the Creative Spirit and nurture yourself with a weekly gathering in sisterhood. Enjoy an accessible, all-levels yoga practice infused with poetry, wisdom teachings, guided journaling and meditation, essential oils and Enicia’s handcrafted dark chocolate. Starts July 21
are offered here regularly. Our next round of courses begin Friday, June 19 at 1:00pm and Tuesday, June 30 at 7:45pm. Intro to Meditation starts Wednesday, June 3 at 7:15pm. Learn more about intro to yoga here and intro to meditation here. Register for either here.
July 13-16 and August 3-6 1-4pm
Come join the fun this summer at the TYC! Yoga gives children a sense of coordination and a feeling of confidence. It teaches good postural habits and breathing exercises to keep us calm, centered and focused.
$100.00/week or $30.00/per day
This is an excellent opportunity for yoga teachers to expand their knowledge of Ayurveda and apply this understanding to their practice and teaching. Arun Deva is a prominent figure in the world of Ayurveda and it is an honor to have him here to host this special training.
"TYC has been a great help to me both individually and for my patients. I find their approach and knowledge of yoga as a healing modality to be very beneficial. I have enjoyed the classes I have attended very much and have never had a better yoga experience. Several of my patients have also had significant improvements in the quality of their health because of the their participation at TYC. I look forward to many more rewarding experiences with TYC." -- Erik Lundquist, MD Director of Temecula Center for Integrative Medicine
This community has opened my heart in ways I could have never anticipated. The TYC is a place where I feel safe to venture out on the "skinny branches," as I explore and expand my perspectives. The teachers are highly trained, and in their own unique way, validate who I am. Their guidance and inspiration push me to be my best, and provide me with tools to navigate through my every day life, as authentically and openly as I can. Everyone here is interested in growing and expanding past their boundaries, and it is exciting and inspiring to be around people with that kind of energy! After class, I always feel less stressed, more grounded and strong, and a lot more knowledgable about anatomy! Most importantly, TYC honors all the components involved with the organization - the teachers, the students, and the community.
I love being a teacher @ TYC, more than that I thoroughly enjoy being a collective part of the community.
I remember when the TYC was just a seed, not yet planted, rooted, or growing....but a dream, an idea....with a vision of many (community) coming together from different life enhancing fields collectively to support each other, learn from, grow with & strengthen not just as individuals, but reaching beyond that to uplift those near, far, known and unknown. It has been a joy to see this fruition take place as well as be a part of it.
I love knowing that I am supported as a teacher, a student, a friend, whether things are going smooth and graceful or turbulent & challenging.
I love the friendships/ relationships that have been formed in this community and beyond. The sharing of ideas, celebration of successes as well as the subtle/sweet supportive encouragement during struggles. I am ecstatic to see how the students new to the Collective are welcomed with open arms & open hearts, not just by the teachers and owners but by the kula (yoga community), allowing those unknowing or unsure to feel & know that they are safe, they are home and that they too are part of something even bigger.
~Elissa Marshall, Certified Śraddhā Yoga Teacher