Yoga, Ayurveda, meditation, Reiki, massage, singing bowls, wine and love. You’ll find all this and more on this week’s calendar.
Monday, February 17: Join Beth Sanchez at Samadhi Center for Yoga & Meditation this evening to learn about Ayurveda, the sister science of yoga. She’ll share information about asana, meditation, eating, cooking, cleansing therapies and more. The workshop continues on March 3.
Tuesday, February 18: Im’Unique continues their Illustrating Union Yoga Tour with another free evening yoga class at Wings Over the Rockies. Be sure to arrive early for this popular class. The Illustrating Union Yoga Tour is at the museum through next Tuesday, with the next tour stop beginning in April, when Im’Unique spends 8 weeks at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science.
Helgrid Randolph offers another chance to learn about Ayurveda with her workshop tonight at Harmony Yoga. She’ll focus on using essential oils and aromatherapy for self-care.
Thursday, February 20: The Infinite Monkey Winery yoga events return. Join teachers from The Yoga Mat at the winery every third Thursday evening of the month for an hour long yoga class. Enjoy a glass of wine after class, included in the price of your ticket. Don’t forget to bring your yoga mat.
Friday, February 21: Kindness Yoga Hilltop hosts this week’s Friday Night Yoga Club. With Outlaw Yoga led by Justin Kalisewski, and live music from his singer/guitarist father Ken K., this event is sure to sell out.
What to know learn about dynamic meditation? Check out the free intro evening with Nancy Nielsen at Kosha Yoga.
Saturday, February 22: Let go of tension and anxiety with an afternoon of Yoga Nidra. Jeremy Wolf guides you through visualizations and deep relaxation techniques in his workshop at Samadhi Center for Yoga & Meditation.
Practice Qigong for Organ Cleansing and Longevity this afternoon at Asana Studio with International Instructor and Master Trainer, Brian Seraiah Wood. Brian has trained in both China and Thailand.
The River hosts Julia Clarke, the Yoga Director and Ayurvedic Wellness Consultant at the Vail Vitality Center, for her workshop Yoga for the Seasonal Body: A Bhava Vinyasa. This evening workshop, designed for the winter “Vata season,” includes a heart chakra-focused vinyasa practice followed by a hip opening Anjali Restorative Yoga Practice.
Experience the healing energy of gongs, singing bowls, voice and chimes at tonight’s Gong Synergy concert at Vital Yoga in the Highlands neighborhood. Bhakti gayaka Paul is joined by Asian Medicine Practitioner Christina Wilson for this event. Or start with a 5 p.m. Vinyasa class and stay for the Tibetan Singing Bowl concert at Asana Studio for only $20.
Lovers’ Yoga author Darrin Zeer guides you and your “special someone” through yoga and massage tonight at Warrior Academy Yoga. This event includes wine, chocolates and appetizers, plus you’ll get a copy of Darrin’s book to take home.
Sunday, February 23: Asana Studio hosts Australian yoga teacher and Lululemon ambassador Collin Poole for her Yang, Yin, Nidra workshop this afternoon. The workshop begins with a dynamic flow, moves into the long holds of Yin Yoga, and ends with meditation and the relaxation of Yoga Nidra.
Learn Reiki, a relaxing Japanese energy work technique, in the Level 1 training with Carrie Varela at Breathe Yoga Cycle on Broadway. Learn Reiki for self-treatment as well as the treatment of others in this afternoon workshop. Participants will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the training. Continue with Reiki level II training on March 1.
Invert and arm balance, all with smooth transitions in Cheryl Deer’s Gravity Surfing: Shifting Perspective afternoon workshop at Root Yoga Center. Or call in love with yoga teacher and Somatic Psychotherapist Carolina Lorenzo at Karma Yoga Center. Carolina will guide you through some light yoga, somatic awareness practices, discussion, partner work, meditation and visualization to call in sacred love. Bring along your journal for this one, and join Carolina 20 minutes before class for tea time to move into “a sweeter, softer, more internal space. This workshop is open to singles and those looking to deepen their current relationships.