Jason Farrington is currently wrapping up his 200 hour yoga teacher training program from Balanced Yoga University, and has been practicing yoga for about 4-5 years now. This class is targeted to beginners, but it has benefit for all. All classes are free or by donation.
Ongoing, most Sundays from 6:00 - 7:00 PM. $15 drop in, $60 three class pass. Sacred Shimmy updates here.
Tuesdays – Cardio Intervals & Agility Drills – Energy system development through cardiovascular and agility drills using small hurdles, cone drills, interval training, and sprints.
Wednesdays – Core & Control – Unique combination and isometric movements to enhance core strength, range of motion and flexibility, and balance.
Thursdays – Strength & Power – Functional, dynamic, big muscle exercises using kettlebells, bodyweight, TRX, plyos, and bands.
Fridays – Wild Card/Trainer’s Choice!
Try your first session for free! Session Passes are available. Passes are valid for two months from the date of purchase, and are for individual use only.
8 Sessions (~1x/week) $80 $60
16 Sessions (~2x/week) $128 $96
24 Sessions (~3x/week) $168 $126
Drop-In $12 $9
Questions? Email ErinLSJohnson@columbus.
Fundraiser for the CRC - The Clintonville-Beechwold Community Resources Center Food Pantry.
Young artists and their friends will be selling their creations to raise money for the food pantry. This project was inspired by 8 year old, Ellie Brownell. The CRC provides 24,000 pounds of food to nearly 1,500 families a year.
On May 9th, come buy some art and paint a mural with us!
Snacks provided :)
Young artists Ellie Brownell, Ayla Bella, Wilson Roberts and more.
Wake Up is an active global community of led by young mindfulness practitioners, aged 18-35, and inspired by the teachings of Zen teacher and peace activist Thich Nhat Hanh. We come together to practice awareness in order to take care of ourselves, nourish happiness, and contribute to building a healthier and a more compassionate society. All ages are welcome at our gatherings.
"To love, in the context of Buddhism, is above all to be there. But being there is not an easy thing. Some training is necessary, some practice. If you are not there, how can you love? Being there is very much an art, the art of meditation, because meditating is bringing your true presence to the here and now. The question that arises is: Do you have time to love?" -Thich Naht Hanh (1997)
These trances are in the tradition of Felicitas D. Goodman www.
Guided by postures adapted from a variety of sources and driven by a rattle sounded at a particular tempo and rhythm, participants often have visions with personal significance. The trances wake people up. They release deeper levels of consciousness and open people to deeper understandings. Doing the trance is also good for your nervous system.
*Instructions for participation: Please arrive on time, the door will be closed at 7:45 so that the session can begin without interruption. Fasting will enhance the experience, but is not required. For best results, do not eat at least 30 minutes prior to the session. Avoid alcohol throughout the day. Wear loose-fitting clothing and avoid wearing metal.
*Young adults / teens welcome.
*Susan does not accept payment for this work, but if you'd like you may support the use and maintenance of the studio space with a small contribution.
Larry Marotta & David Reed (Cols.)
Scenic Railroads (Cols.)
Jason Zeh (Kansas City)