with Kalen Lee Scholz
Sundays, April 11th – May 2nd, 3:00 – 4:o0 p EST
Join Kalen online or in-person for this 4-week series of yoga classes designed specifically for people who have spent a lot of time exercising and training in the athletic world. This series is perfect for anyone who is “strong but tight”, who wants to make stretching and recovery more of a priority, thinks they are not flexible enough for yoga, or thinks yoga is “not enough of a workout”. Kalen, with 20 years of athletic experience from competing and coaching sprint kayaking to training and racing in marathons, cycling races, and long-distance triathlons, will lead you through sequences with the specific goals of increasing flexibility, offering some accessible challenges, and working towards recovery and openness in deep and restorative stretches. At the end of the series you will have a more profound awareness of your body as well as some techniques for calming down the mind that will certainly be useful in future athletic endeavors (and in life in general!) All experience levels are welcome.
Sundays from 3-4:00p
SOLD OUT IN STUDIO – We have plenty of space on Zoom!
$55 for the series
with Kalen Lee Scholz
Mondays, April 12th – May 3rd, 6:00 – 7:o0 p EST
Mondays from 6-7:00p, In-Studio or via Zoom
$55 for the series or $17 for a drop in
via Anne Ethier w/ Dr. Cedar Barstow & Julia Corley
Friday April 9th & Saturday April 10th, 11 am – 3 pm EST
The Heart of Ethics (online)
With Dr. Cedar Barstow, M. Ed., D.P.I., Certified Hakomi Trainer, and Julia Corley, LCHMCA, NCC, SEP, Certified Hakomi Teacher.
April 9-10, 2021
11 a.m – 3 p.m. EST
$185 early bird by March 1, $225 thereafter
**We have limited sliding scale spaces available upon request**
7 CE’s available through *NBCC and NCBTMB
(*NBCC offers core hours for GA LPCs & related hours for GA LCSW & LMFTs)
Right use of power and influence is at the very heart of ethics. Developed by Hakomi Therapist and Trainer Dr. Cedar Barstow, the Right Use of Power approach focuses on the relational dynamics that bring ethics to life. Engaging both heart and mind, core concepts include grounding in a felt sense of both sides of the power differential, exploration of power parameters and under- and over-uses of power, and working with practical processes for resolving relationship difficulties. This workshop will be highly experiential, with focus on awareness, skill, and pro-activity.
Power is simply the ability to have an effect, or to have influence – but the right use of this influence is both simple and complex. Personally and in positions of trust, the right use of power is the use of power to accomplish goals; prevent, heal, and repair harm; and to promote well-being for all.
The power spiral model is at the heart of Right Use of Power. Increasing skillfulness is learned through a spiraling process of gaining understanding and awareness at higher and higher levels of complexity, inclusivity, and transcendence. As you gain the knowledge and skills you need to use your power wisely, you’ll explore and engage with these four dimensions of the spiral:
Be informed: Informed Use of Power
Be compassionate: Conscious Use of Power
Be connected: Caring Use of Power
Be skillful: Skillful Use of Power
Right Use of Power is a dynamic way to explore issues of ethics and power, both personal and professional. This study can be profoundly restorative and empowering. This approach brings heart and soul to ethics, and builds sensitivity and awareness to the use of power and influence.
with Dr. Elise Faust
Two Saturdays, May 15th & June 12th, 1:00 – 4:30 pm EST
“Ayurveda is the science, art, awareness and practice of learning who we are, how we are made up, and ways of living appropriately so that we become more powerful versions of ourselves.
Join me for a 2 part workshop series that will delve more deeply into the subtle layers of our bodies….our subtle bodies….
We will learn and practice accessing a deeper connection to the direction and flow of the five subtle bodies of Prana.
We will learn and reconnect to the 7 major chakra centers.
We will wed these two (pranic subtle bodies and chakra centers) in ways that empower the expression of our doshas…Vata, Pitta, and Kapha
First day of workshop will focus on learning and understanding, as well as practices.
You will design and take away your individual practices, incorporating them into your daily life.
Second day of workshop, we will revisit and share how they worked within you, your responses, etc.
We will delve a little more deeply into a personal relationship with the chakra system and how we can use it from an Ayurvedic perspective.
I look forward to sharing knowledge, ideas, and experience with you!”
–Dr. Elise Faust
PART 1: May 15 (Saturday)
PART 2: June 12 (Saturday)
1-4:30 pm EST each day
$160 for both days (recommended)
Part 1 can be taken separately if necessary. $80
with Anne Ethier
August 28, 2021 | 1:00 – 4:30 pm EST
With Anne Ethier, LPC
August 28, 2021
1 p.m – 4:30 p.m. EST
$54 early bird by July 31, $68 thereafter
3 CE’s available through *LPCAGA
(*LPCA of GA offers core hours for GA LPCs & related hours for GA LCSW & LMFTs)
with Anne Ethier
Saturday, September 25th, 1:00 – 4:30 pm EST
There is an art and a science to hands- on assists in yoga. Touch helps to communicate to the body direction, alignment, and adjustments that verbal cues often do not. Touch can also help assist students to deepen into the ease and calm of their breath, which frees up physical and emotional energy.
This is for teachers and students alike who wish to learn more about alignment and the balance of effort and ease in your yoga practice.
Come prepared to learn:
- Ethical and responsible use of power as a teacher
- Healthy alignment for maximum benefit for most bodies
- Confidence in “reading” bodies, including your own
- Enhance your ability to honor differences in bodies with an understanding of anatomy and psychology
- Practical reasons to touch or not in yoga poses
- The science behind touch
- Technical and applicable ways to assist another in poses
About The Instructor – Anne Ethier:
Using simple yet profound methods of empathetic and genuine presence, mindful attention, and gentle acceptance, Anne helps students awaken to their growth and healing. Trained as a certified massage therapist, counselor and yoga teacher, Anne teaches anatomy in a practical and easily accessible format. With over 22+ years of experience in the health and fitness industry, Anne brings a unique blend of body oriented counseling, mindfulness, and extensive study in human physiology to the art of yoga.
YOGA RETREAT – St John, USVI
with Lindsey Hammond
Jan 3nd – 9th, 2022
Relax and rejuvenate with 5 Points Yoga in the U.S. Virgin Islands to kick off 2022 and, let’s be real, say good riddance to 2020 and 2021. You’ve been through a lot, and your nervous system deserves a week of worry-free relaxation. We’re so excited to head to Lindsey’s happy place (a.k.a. St. John) for a 7 day/6 night retreat at a private luxury villa with amazing views. Treat yourself to a yoga and meditation class each day followed by swimming, snorkeling, kayaking, SUP yoga, hiking, and beach bumming. By the end of trip, we’re positive St. John will be one of your happy places too.
Your registration fee covers accommodations, all activities, breakfast, lunch, and 4 dinners all by an onsite chef specializing in feeding yogis.
- 2900pp – Single Room w/ Queen Bed
- 2400pp – Shared Room w/ Queen Bed (shared)
Reserve your spot by paying a 25% deposit. The final balance is due by November 1, 2021. The deposit is refundable until the trip’s minimum booking is reached (5 people).
Q: Do you have a payment plan available?
- A: Yes. We want the decision to go on this trip to be easy-breezy. After the 25% deposit, an 8-month payment plan for the remainder of the balance is available ($225-$275/month depending on accommodation choice.
Q: How long does it take to get to St. John?
- A: There are direct Delta flights from ATL that take about 3 hours. Once you’ve arrived at the St. Thomas airport (STT), it’s a short, beautiful ferry ride over to St. John. Flights to St. Thomas from ATL range from $300-$700 dollars, and many carriers fly into the island.
Q: Can I do the yoga classes?
- A: Yeppers! The yoga classes will be designed with retreat participants in mind and will include a variety of options for any experience level.
Q: What if the trip doesn’t meet its minimum booking number?
- A: If the trip doesn’t meet the minimum booking number by 4/23/21, your deposit will be refunded in full within 7 business days.
Q: Can this count toward yoga teacher training hours?
- A: Yes, you can use this trip to count toward your 200-hr or 300-hr certification. Please chat with Lindsey about your goals for hours and the trip to develop an individualized study plan. Up to 10 hours will be available.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign-up & learn more!