yoga sociale

YOGA SOCIALE

SOCIAL EVENTS

  • Creativity-Community-Flow
  • 6/12/2022-17:0
  • 6/12/2022-19:0
  • 938 B Street, Hayward, CA
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  • Yoga Sociale was born with the idea of creating community of people that share the same desire for a healthy body, a tranquil mind and socialising with people that share the same ideas! Learn screen printing on fabrics and walk home with your own custom tote bag. We will start with a gentle yoga flow, and then sit down to unleash our creativity. Bring a friend, enjoy a glass of wine and spend a night making art. The class will be led by a professional artist.
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  • Mantra Chanting and Meditation
  • 6/18/2022-11:45
  • 6/18/2022-13:0
  • 938 B Street, Hayward, CA
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  • Please join us to chant and sing mantras, and meditate together. Mantra chanting, or kiirtan, is a popular devotional practice from the yoga tradition. It helps to awaken a feeling of universal love in the heart, and is a great way to create the mood for peaceful meditation. Starting with music makes meditation feel less like homework, and more like a love story.
  • Dada Nabhaniilananda The Monk Dude - Dada is a yoga monk, a meditation instructor, an author, a keynote speaker and a musician. Born in New Zealand, he was ordained as a monk in India in 1979 and has been teaching meditation for 40 years. Dada has appeared on stage with the Dalai Lama, taught in more than 40 countries and has spoken for Apple, NVIDIA, Google, CISCO, Lam Research Intel and Facebook.
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  • Mantra Chanting and Meditation
  • 8/6/2022-11:45
  • 8/6/2022-13:0
  • 938 B Street, Hayward, CA
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  • Please join us to chant and sing mantras, and meditate together. Mantra chanting, or kiirtan, is a popular devotional practice from the yoga tradition. It helps to awaken a feeling of universal love in the heart, and is a great way to create the mood for peaceful meditation. Starting with music makes meditation feel less like homework, and more like a love story.
  • Dada Nabhaniilananda The Monk Dude - Dada is a yoga monk, a meditation instructor, an author, a keynote speaker and a musician. Born in New Zealand, he was ordained as a monk in India in 1979 and has been teaching meditation for 40 years. Dada has appeared on stage with the Dalai Lama, taught in more than 40 countries and has spoken for Apple, NVIDIA, Google, CISCO, Lam Research Intel and Facebook.
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  • Yoga & Soundbath: Recharge your mind and body
  • 7/22/2023-14:0
  • 7/22/2023-15:30
  • 938 B Street, Hayward, CA
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  • Immerse yourself in a transformation journey of relaxation, stress reduction, and enhanced focus through the combination of a slow vinyasa flow yoga practive and a deeply-immersive sound bath meditation. You will lead through a 60 mins slow vinyasa flow to release tension, cultivate mind and body and then follow through a sound journey with crystal singing bowls, washing away your mental chatter, soothing your brain with alpha-theta brain waves, and moving you to a healing parasympathetic state.This powerful raw organic sound vibrations shower you from head to toe, harmonizing the energies of your body: physical, mental, and emotional. With regular practice, people report greater clarity and calm in their lives.
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  • Osho Guru Kripa (Master's Blessing) : One day meditation retreat with Atmo
  • 11/4/2023-10:30
  • 11/4/2023-18:0
  • 938 B Street
  • Namaste beloved soul, In all of Osho's teaching you will find him talking about two things mostly : "meditation and awareness". This retreat we will learn art of being aware with beautiful meditation techniques Osho has designed for modern mind. This will help us to deal with our stress level, anxiety , depression, overwhelming emotions and takes us towards blissful and peaceful life with love , kindness and appreciation. Art of being aware helps us in our daily chores, work, relationship and finding truth. As Osho says : The way a man of awareness lives, each moment is filled with tremendous grace and beauty. It is reflected in his actions, even in the smallest actions – just in the gesture of his hand or just the way he looks; in the depth of his eyes or the authority of his words or the music of his silence. His very presence is a celebration.” We will learn about 5 awareness that osho talks about and techniques to implement in daily life. 1. Body awareness- 2. Mind awareness- 3. Emotions awareness - 4. Dream awareness - 5. Samasati (Total awareness) Highlights: * 3 powerful meditations - 1 hr each * Talks/ Osho discourses * Question/Answers *Group healing energy
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  • Donation-Based OSHO Nadabrahma Meditation ®
  • 12/16/2023-16:0
  • 12/16/2023-18:0
  • 938 B Street
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  • Facilitated by Swami Dev Satyarthi Ma Prem Sarita Nadabrahma is the humming meditation – through humming and hand movements, conflicting parts of you start falling in tune, and you bring harmony to your whole being. Then, with body and mind totally together, you “slip out of their hold” and become a witness to both. This watching from the outside is what brings peace, silence and bliss.
  • oshosanfrancisco@gmail.com
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  • Donation-Based OSHO Kundalini Meditation ®
  • 1/13/2024-16:0
  • 1/13/2024-18:0
  • 938 B Street
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  • Facilitated by Swami Dev Satyarthi Ma Prem Sarita This meditation is best done at sunset or in the late afternoon. Being fully immersed in the shaking and dancing of the first two stages helps to “melt” the rocklike being, wherever the energy flow has been repressed and blocked. Then that energy can flow, dance and be transformed into bliss and joy. The last two stages enable all this energy to flow vertically, to move upward into silence. It is a highly effective way of unwinding and letting go at the end of the day.
  • oshosanfrancisco@gmail.com
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  • Yin Yoga & Sound Healing Wellness Workshop
  • 1/20/2024-14:0
  • 1/20/2024-16:0
  • 938 B Street
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  • Led by Iva Chu, ERYT500 Are you feeling overwhelmed or burned out after the hustle and bustle of holidays and you want some rest, inspiration, and relaxation. This workshop is for you to reset and recharge your mind and body. In this two-hour workshop, we will cover the following: · The purpose of mindfulness practices that apply directly to Yin Yoga. · What Yin & Yang tissues are in the body and why each type needs different exercise. · How Yin Yoga can increase strength, mobility, and resilience in dense connective tissue. · How to practice Yin Yoga safely and effectively with the Four Principles of practice. After some discussion, you will experience a relaxing and rejuvenating Yin Yoga practice.  Iva will guide you through a series of poses designed to balance the nervous system and restore the body from head to toe.  Leave with increased mobility, less mental and physical tension, and a little more peace. After the yin practice, we will transition to sound bath therapy, a guided meditation that induces a state of extreme relaxation between consciousness and sleeping. Sound Bath provides helpful tools for even the busiest skeptic who wants to achieve a reflective, self-healing state and experience calming relief in their daily life.
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  • Donation-Based OSHO Nadabrahma Meditation ®
  • 1/27/2024-16:0
  • 1/27/2024-18:0
  • 938 B Street
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  • Facilitated by Swami Dev Satyarthi Ma Prem Sarita Nadabrahma is the humming meditation – through humming and hand movements, conflicting parts of you start falling in tune, and you bring harmony to your whole being. Then, with body and mind totally together, you “slip out of their hold” and become a witness to both. This watching from the outside is what brings peace, silence and bliss.
  • oshosanfrancisco@gmail.com
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  • Donation-Based OSHO Kundalini Meditation ®
  • 2/10/2024-16:0
  • 2/10/2024-18:0
  • 938 B Street
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  • Facilitated by Swami Dev Satyarthi Ma Prem Sarita This meditation is best done at sunset or in the late afternoon. Being fully immersed in the shaking and dancing of the first two stages helps to “melt” the rocklike being, wherever the energy flow has been repressed and blocked. Then that energy can flow, dance and be transformed into bliss and joy. The last two stages enable all this energy to flow vertically, to move upward into silence. It is a highly effective way of unwinding and letting go at the end of the day.
  • oshosanfrancisco@gmail.com
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  • Donation-Based Community Yoga
  • 2/10/2024-9:0
  • 2/10/2024-10:0
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  • This donation-based class is Self Care Slow Flow Varsha's passion for yoga started 6 years ago. Inspiration from her instructors and the desire to help her family and community led her to learn more about yoga. She is a certified 200 RYT yoga instructor trained to equip educators and changemakers with social-emotional learning strategies, mindfulness tools, and yoga practices that support educator well-being and transform communities. She enjoys teaching gentle yoga to all ages; performed at a slower pace, with less intense asanas, and usually includes extended restorative postures, some meditation, breath work, and relaxation. She believes in taking time for herself to learn, to grow, to be inspired, and be an inspiration for change .
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  • Donation-Based OSHO Nadabrahma Meditation ®
  • 2/24/2024-16:0
  • 2/24/2024-18:0
  • 938 B Street
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  • Facilitated by Swami Dev Satyarthi Ma Prem Sarita Nadabrahma is the humming meditation – through humming and hand movements, conflicting parts of you start falling in tune, and you bring harmony to your whole being. Then, with body and mind totally together, you “slip out of their hold” and become a witness to both. This watching from the outside is what brings peace, silence and bliss.
  • oshosanfrancisco@gmail.com
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  • Yoga for Good Sleep & Soundbath Journey
  • 3/9/2024-14:0
  • 3/9/2024-16:0
  • 938 B Street
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  • Perhaps what’s at fault with your insomnia isn’t something you did but rather something that you didn’t do—balance your yin and yang energies. If that’s the case, Yin Yoga can help you get better sleep. When yin and yang energy in our lives are in imbalance, one very common symptom of imbalance between yin and yang is insomnia or poor sleep, which is something you are likely to experience when you have too much yang energy or too little yin energy. Traditional Chinese Medicine works with the principle that your energy, or qi, flows through lines, or meridians, throughout the body. These lines of energy need to be open and balanced in order for us to remain in balance. This practice designed to enhance your yin energy and cool your yang aspects to promote a proper night of rest. In addition to incorporating the sound bath, the form of meditative therapy that can help reduce tension and pain, and the vibrations can put you in a relaxed state, allowing you to experience a high level of sleep pressure.
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  • Donation Based Community Yoga
  • 3/10/2024-9:0
  • 3/10/2024-10:0
  • 938 B Street
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  • This donation-based class is Sunday Morning Glory. Varsha's passion for yoga started 6 years ago. Inspiration from her instructors and the desire to help her family and community led her to learn more about yoga. She is a certified 200 RYT yoga instructor trained to equip educators and changemakers with social-emotional learning strategies, mindfulness tools, and yoga practices that support educator well-being and transform communities. She enjoys teaching gentle yoga to all ages; performed at a slower pace, with less intense asanas, and usually includes extended restorative postures, some meditation, breath work, and relaxation. She believes in taking time for herself to learn, to grow, to be inspired, and be an inspiration for change .
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  • Donation-Based OSHO Kundalini Meditation ®
  • 3/16/2024-16:0
  • 3/16/2024-18:0
  • 938 B Street
  • https://yogasociale.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/presentation-2.pdf
  • Facilitated by Swami Dev Satyarthi Ma Prem Sarita This meditation is best done at sunset or in the late afternoon. Being fully immersed in the shaking and dancing of the first two stages helps to “melt” the rocklike being, wherever the energy flow has been repressed and blocked. Then that energy can flow, dance and be transformed into bliss and joy. The last two stages enable all this energy to flow vertically, to move upward into silence. It is a highly effective way of unwinding and letting go at the end of the day.
  • oshosanfrancisco@gmail.com
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  • Donation-Based Yin Yoga
  • 3/24/2024-16:30
  • 3/24/2024-17:30
  • 938 B Street
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  • Stacey discovered yoga stumbling into a vinyasa yoga class by accident, thinking it was a coffee shop. Feeling like it was a sign to get healthy and completely in awe by watching the students flowing in unison and then observing their complete bliss in savasana, the next day she started taking classes. Fast forward 30 years, she's still an active practitioner! Born and raised in San Francisco, she has taken classes all around the bay area - in various yoga studios, gyms, and has even taken a college course for a semester on yoga. After settling down in the East Bay, getting married, and having 3 kids, she decided that one of her callings was to teach yoga. She received her 200 yoga teacher training (Yoga Alliance RYT 200) in a precious and small setting under the direct tutelage of Amelia Andaleon of Spiritually Fit Yoga, with an emphasis on Hatha and Yin yoga. To her, yoga is more than physical practice and is a moment in which she can be fully present and honest with herself, where the mind refreshes and resets. Her yin classes are focused on inner awareness, mobility and stretching, with a distinct focus on the breath - creating a deeply meditative internal space for the practitioner. Class Description: For optimum flexibility and health our bodies not only need active movement and muscle engagement (the yang practice), but our bodies also need the unique opening that only yin yoga can offer. Yin yoga practices long-held, seated poses to open the deeper tissues of the body: the ligaments, joints and connective tissues. Students are offered an opportunity to surrender, slow down and come back to balance. The Yin practice offers mental and emotional benefits as you become quiet, still and mindful of the present. This class is appropriate for all levels. Please dress in layers as in traditional yin yoga, the room will not be heated so that the muscles are cool, so that the stress of the posture can soak deeper into the connective tissues. Although some may think this is a passive yoga, it can be challenging to embrace the stillness and hold a pose for a longer period of time.
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  • Donation Based Community Yoga
  • 3/30/2024-9:0
  • 3/30/2024-10:0
  • 938 B Street
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  • This donation-based class is Sunday Morning Glory. Varsha's passion for yoga started 6 years ago. Inspiration from her instructors and the desire to help her family and community led her to learn more about yoga. She is a certified 200 RYT yoga instructor trained to equip educators and changemakers with social-emotional learning strategies, mindfulness tools, and yoga practices that support educator well-being and transform communities. She enjoys teaching gentle yoga to all ages; performed at a slower pace, with less intense asanas, and usually includes extended restorative postures, some meditation, breath work, and relaxation. She believes in taking time for herself to learn, to grow, to be inspired, and be an inspiration for change .
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  • Donation-Based OSHO Nadabrahma Meditation ®
  • 3/30/2024-16:0
  • 3/30/2024-18:0
  • 938 B Street
  • https://yogasociale.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/presentation-2.pdf
  • Facilitated by Swami Dev Satyarthi Ma Prem Sarita Nadabrahma is the humming meditation – through humming and hand movements, conflicting parts of you start falling in tune, and you bring harmony to your whole being. Then, with body and mind totally together, you “slip out of their hold” and become a witness to both. This watching from the outside is what brings peace, silence and bliss.
  • oshosanfrancisco@gmail.com
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  • Donation-Based Yin Yoga
  • 4/7/2024-16:30
  • 4/7/2024-17:30
  • 938 B Street
  • https://yogasociale.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/Stacey.jpeg
  • Stacey discovered yoga stumbling into a vinyasa yoga class by accident, thinking it was a coffee shop. Feeling like it was a sign to get healthy and completely in awe by watching the students flowing in unison and then observing their complete bliss in savasana, the next day she started taking classes. Fast forward 30 years, she's still an active practitioner! Born and raised in San Francisco, she has taken classes all around the bay area - in various yoga studios, gyms, and has even taken a college course for a semester on yoga. After settling down in the East Bay, getting married, and having 3 kids, she decided that one of her callings was to teach yoga. She received her 200 yoga teacher training (Yoga Alliance RYT 200) in a precious and small setting under the direct tutelage of Amelia Andaleon of Spiritually Fit Yoga, with an emphasis on Hatha and Yin yoga. To her, yoga is more than physical practice and is a moment in which she can be fully present and honest with herself, where the mind refreshes and resets. Her yin classes are focused on inner awareness, mobility and stretching, with a distinct focus on the breath - creating a deeply meditative internal space for the practitioner. Class Description: For optimum flexibility and health our bodies not only need active movement and muscle engagement (the yang practice), but our bodies also need the unique opening that only yin yoga can offer. Yin yoga practices long-held, seated poses to open the deeper tissues of the body: the ligaments, joints and connective tissues. Students are offered an opportunity to surrender, slow down and come back to balance. The Yin practice offers mental and emotional benefits as you become quiet, still and mindful of the present. This class is appropriate for all levels. Please dress in layers as in traditional yin yoga, the room will not be heated so that the muscles are cool, so that the stress of the posture can soak deeper into the connective tissues. Although some may think this is a passive yoga, it can be challenging to embrace the stillness and hold a pose for a longer period of time.
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  • Donation-Based Community Yoga
  • 4/13/2024-9:0
  • 4/13/2024-10:0
  • 938 B Street
  • Varsha's passion for yoga started 6 years ago. Inspiration from her instructors and the desire to help her family and community led her to learn more about yoga. She is a certified 200 RYT yoga instructor trained to equip educators and changemakers with social-emotional learning strategies, mindfulness tools, and yoga practices that support educator well-being and transform communities. She enjoys teaching gentle yoga to all ages; performed at a slower pace, with less intense asanas, and usually includes extended restorative postures, some meditation, breath work, and relaxation. She believes in taking time for herself to learn, to grow, to be inspired, and be an inspiration for change .
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  • Donation-Based Yin Yoga
  • 4/14/2024-16:30
  • 4/14/2024-17:30
  • 938 B Street
  • https://yogasociale.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/Stacey.jpeg
  • Stacey discovered yoga stumbling into a vinyasa yoga class by accident, thinking it was a coffee shop. Feeling like it was a sign to get healthy and completely in awe by watching the students flowing in unison and then observing their complete bliss in savasana, the next day she started taking classes. Fast forward 30 years, she's still an active practitioner! Born and raised in San Francisco, she has taken classes all around the bay area - in various yoga studios, gyms, and has even taken a college course for a semester on yoga. After settling down in the East Bay, getting married, and having 3 kids, she decided that one of her callings was to teach yoga. She received her 200 yoga teacher training (Yoga Alliance RYT 200) in a precious and small setting under the direct tutelage of Amelia Andaleon of Spiritually Fit Yoga, with an emphasis on Hatha and Yin yoga. To her, yoga is more than physical practice and is a moment in which she can be fully present and honest with herself, where the mind refreshes and resets. Her yin classes are focused on inner awareness, mobility and stretching, with a distinct focus on the breath - creating a deeply meditative internal space for the practitioner. Class Description: For optimum flexibility and health our bodies not only need active movement and muscle engagement (the yang practice), but our bodies also need the unique opening that only yin yoga can offer. Yin yoga practices long-held, seated poses to open the deeper tissues of the body: the ligaments, joints and connective tissues. Students are offered an opportunity to surrender, slow down and come back to balance. The Yin practice offers mental and emotional benefits as you become quiet, still and mindful of the present. This class is appropriate for all levels. Please dress in layers as in traditional yin yoga, the room will not be heated so that the muscles are cool, so that the stress of the posture can soak deeper into the connective tissues. Although some may think this is a passive yoga, it can be challenging to embrace the stillness and hold a pose for a longer period of time.
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  • Donation-Based Community Yoga
  • 4/20/2024-9:0
  • 4/20/2024-10:0
  • 938 B Street
  • Varsha's passion for yoga started 6 years ago. Inspiration from her instructors and the desire to help her family and community led her to learn more about yoga. She is a certified 200 RYT yoga instructor trained to equip educators and changemakers with social-emotional learning strategies, mindfulness tools, and yoga practices that support educator well-being and transform communities. She enjoys teaching gentle yoga to all ages; performed at a slower pace, with less intense asanas, and usually includes extended restorative postures, some meditation, breath work, and relaxation. She believes in taking time for herself to learn, to grow, to be inspired, and be an inspiration for change .
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  • Donation-Based Yin Yoga
  • 4/21/2024-16:30
  • 4/21/2024-17:30
  • 938 B Street
  • https://yogasociale.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/Stacey.jpeg
  • Stacey discovered yoga stumbling into a vinyasa yoga class by accident, thinking it was a coffee shop. Feeling like it was a sign to get healthy and completely in awe by watching the students flowing in unison and then observing their complete bliss in savasana, the next day she started taking classes. Fast forward 30 years, she's still an active practitioner! Born and raised in San Francisco, she has taken classes all around the bay area - in various yoga studios, gyms, and has even taken a college course for a semester on yoga. After settling down in the East Bay, getting married, and having 3 kids, she decided that one of her callings was to teach yoga. She received her 200 yoga teacher training (Yoga Alliance RYT 200) in a precious and small setting under the direct tutelage of Amelia Andaleon of Spiritually Fit Yoga, with an emphasis on Hatha and Yin yoga. To her, yoga is more than physical practice and is a moment in which she can be fully present and honest with herself, where the mind refreshes and resets. Her yin classes are focused on inner awareness, mobility and stretching, with a distinct focus on the breath - creating a deeply meditative internal space for the practitioner. Class Description: For optimum flexibility and health our bodies not only need active movement and muscle engagement (the yang practice), but our bodies also need the unique opening that only yin yoga can offer. Yin yoga practices long-held, seated poses to open the deeper tissues of the body: the ligaments, joints and connective tissues. Students are offered an opportunity to surrender, slow down and come back to balance. The Yin practice offers mental and emotional benefits as you become quiet, still and mindful of the present. This class is appropriate for all levels. Please dress in layers as in traditional yin yoga, the room will not be heated so that the muscles are cool, so that the stress of the posture can soak deeper into the connective tissues. Although some may think this is a passive yoga, it can be challenging to embrace the stillness and hold a pose for a longer period of time.
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  • Donation-Based Yin Yoga
  • 4/28/2024-16:30
  • 4/28/2024-17:30
  • 938 B Street
  • https://yogasociale.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/Stacey.jpeg
  • Stacey discovered yoga stumbling into a vinyasa yoga class by accident, thinking it was a coffee shop. Feeling like it was a sign to get healthy and completely in awe by watching the students flowing in unison and then observing their complete bliss in savasana, the next day she started taking classes. Fast forward 30 years, she's still an active practitioner! Born and raised in San Francisco, she has taken classes all around the bay area - in various yoga studios, gyms, and has even taken a college course for a semester on yoga. After settling down in the East Bay, getting married, and having 3 kids, she decided that one of her callings was to teach yoga. She received her 200 yoga teacher training (Yoga Alliance RYT 200) in a precious and small setting under the direct tutelage of Amelia Andaleon of Spiritually Fit Yoga, with an emphasis on Hatha and Yin yoga. To her, yoga is more than physical practice and is a moment in which she can be fully present and honest with herself, where the mind refreshes and resets. Her yin classes are focused on inner awareness, mobility and stretching, with a distinct focus on the breath - creating a deeply meditative internal space for the practitioner. Class Description: For optimum flexibility and health our bodies not only need active movement and muscle engagement (the yang practice), but our bodies also need the unique opening that only yin yoga can offer. Yin yoga practices long-held, seated poses to open the deeper tissues of the body: the ligaments, joints and connective tissues. Students are offered an opportunity to surrender, slow down and come back to balance. The Yin practice offers mental and emotional benefits as you become quiet, still and mindful of the present. This class is appropriate for all levels. Please dress in layers as in traditional yin yoga, the room will not be heated so that the muscles are cool, so that the stress of the posture can soak deeper into the connective tissues. Although some may think this is a passive yoga, it can be challenging to embrace the stillness and hold a pose for a longer period of time.
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  • Full Body Meridian Balancing Yin Yoga + Soundbath
  • 5/4/2024-14:0
  • 5/4/2024-16:0
  • 938 B Street
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  • In Chinese medicine, the channels in our body responsible for moving our life force energy are called “meridians”. Each of the 12 meridians is associated with certain organs in the body. These conduits form a network. If the network is disrupted, if blockages occur, the body will not function properly, the organs will not perform their function, and imbalance arises. When the meridians are clear and open, energy flows freely, and all is well once more. It is believed that when there is a blockage in a meridian or energy channel, disease sets in. This Yin yoga practice is designed to create conditions to open the meridian lines and let energy flow. By stressing or compressing our connective tissues, we are also stressing our organs and, in turn, releasing any blockages in our meridians. This practice also helps you to stimulate those channels with scraping (gua sha) methods to release energy blockages through the meridian circuit flow. In addition to incorporating crystal singing bowls with their precise frequencies, they serve as tools for clearing energy blockage and promote a state of energetic flow.*****Gua sha tools will be provided*****Wear something can expose your skin (arms & legs area)
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  • Donation-Based Community Yoga
  • 5/4/2024-9:0
  • 5/4/2024-10:0
  • 938 B Street
  • Varsha's passion for yoga started 6 years ago. Inspiration from her instructors and the desire to help her family and community led her to learn more about yoga. She is a certified 200 RYT yoga instructor trained to equip educators and changemakers with social-emotional learning strategies, mindfulness tools, and yoga practices that support educator well-being and transform communities. She enjoys teaching gentle yoga to all ages; performed at a slower pace, with less intense asanas, and usually includes extended restorative postures, some meditation, breath work, and relaxation. She believes in taking time for herself to learn, to grow, to be inspired, and be an inspiration for change .
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  • Donation-Based Community Yoga
  • 5/18/2024-9:0
  • 5/18/2024-10:0
  • 938 B Street
  • Varsha's passion for yoga started 6 years ago. Inspiration from her instructors and the desire to help her family and community led her to learn more about yoga. She is a certified 200 RYT yoga instructor trained to equip educators and changemakers with social-emotional learning strategies, mindfulness tools, and yoga practices that support educator well-being and transform communities. She enjoys teaching gentle yoga to all ages; performed at a slower pace, with less intense asanas, and usually includes extended restorative postures, some meditation, breath work, and relaxation. She believes in taking time for herself to learn, to grow, to be inspired, and be an inspiration for change .
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  • Donation-Based Community Yoga
  • 6/8/2024-9:0
  • 6/8/2024-10:0
  • 938 B Street
  • Varsha's passion for yoga started 6 years ago. Inspiration from her instructors and the desire to help her family and community led her to learn more about yoga. She is a certified 200 RYT yoga instructor trained to equip educators and changemakers with social-emotional learning strategies, mindfulness tools, and yoga practices that support educator well-being and transform communities. She enjoys teaching gentle yoga to all ages; performed at a slower pace, with less intense asanas, and usually includes extended restorative postures, some meditation, breath work, and relaxation. She believes in taking time for herself to learn, to grow, to be inspired, and be an inspiration for change .
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  • Donation-Based Community Yoga
  • 6/22/2024-9:0
  • 6/22/2024-10:0
  • 938 B Street
  • Varsha's passion for yoga started 6 years ago. Inspiration from her instructors and the desire to help her family and community led her to learn more about yoga. She is a certified 200 RYT yoga instructor trained to equip educators and changemakers with social-emotional learning strategies, mindfulness tools, and yoga practices that support educator well-being and transform communities. She enjoys teaching gentle yoga to all ages; performed at a slower pace, with less intense asanas, and usually includes extended restorative postures, some meditation, breath work, and relaxation. She believes in taking time for herself to learn, to grow, to be inspired, and be an inspiration for change .
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