Registration & Dates
Cost is $180 per person for 8 sessions, payable by cash, check, by credit card, or as a gift certificate online. Payment is for all sessions, regardless of attendance. (Please reach out if you need to pay in installments.)
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register. Upon registration, you will be sent a health intake questionnaire to fill out.
Tuesday Evenings 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. @Modus Locus ~ The Place To Be Yourself ~ 3500 Bloomington Ave. S. Minneapolis, MN 55407
March 6, 13, 20, 27
April 10, 17, 24
What Is The Yoga With Calley Practice Project?
A yoga workshop series to build regularity around a yoga practice, and deeper understanding of the ways your yoga practice can be refined to support and strengthen your mind, body, and breath. Education science tells us it takes 8-12 weeks to integrate new information.
~ An intentional setting (same time/place each week)
~ A community (same small group of no more than 12 people to support regularity)
~ Tools (custom sequence with detailed print-out instructions and audio guide for at-home use)
Develop Your Practice
Sessions are meant to help develop a short (8 minutes) daily solo yoga practice, and as a tool for self-learning and growth, with the support of an intimate group. Staying accountable to ourselves may be a great challenge, as we are often encouraged to serve others. By practicing, we gain insight into the great web of our personal health, and functionality within our chosen communities.
Learn By Association
We practice yoga asana together (12 ppl max) for 90 minutes, beginning with a five-minute meditation, some intro to yoga concepts, and then workshop-style practice. Sequences are tailored based on health intake information of the group, facilitating greater understanding of ourselves physically, mentally, & emotionally. Learning our body, mind, and breath through observation and repetition of stillness and movement, and how these are reflected in a yoga sequence, the energy / matter relationship, and the basics of Ayurveda. We observe our poses in contrast to those of one another as a sort of mirror.
“You cannot simply read about the practice to gain its benefits, you have to actually do it.” – Jon Kabat-Zinn, creator Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction