June marks the start of summer and the heat is on! But the nights are still gorgeous and so are the good times at Tucson Yoga. For the month of June we have Blue Spirit Wheel, a kirtan/chant group from Atlanta, treating us for a night of kirtan June 7. We're bringing back another evening of Lounging Lizards Restorative June 14 with Joanna. Laura Brown is doing another installment of Advancing Your Practice. And, Gabrielle is leading a Summer Soulstice Celebration. Don't forget it is still not too late to sign up for the Street Yoga Teacher Training!
Cinema Nirvana returns for a blockbusting summer of entertainment and dharma Saturday, June 22nd with the contemporary classic mafia crime film, The Godfather. Based upon the novel of the same name by Mario Puzo, and directed by Francis Ford Coppola, it is hard to over-estimate the influence of this sweeping narrative. It is universally regarded as one of the greatest films in world cinema, rated number two (behind Citizen Kane) by the AFI (American Film Institute).
We at Tucson Yoga are pleased to be able to present to you "Live Music Live Yoga" where we showcase musicians playing to your vibe of practice as your groove to theirs. Live Music Live Yoga is a Friday night exclusive where Alyssa Kratz' class blooms into an evening of live music and your practice. Class cost is still the same $6 drop-in or class pass. Please do consider a $5 donation for your live musician's time!
Last month was a whirlwind of events ending with Bhagavan Das! This month we are slowing it down starting with Joanna Carichner leading a Friday Night Restorative class. Just the thing to start the early stage of summer. Laura Brown will also be leading a moon based workshop on deepening your practice of forward folds in conjunction with the full moon. Keep your eye on the TY website for more Friday night Live Music, Live Yoga announcements which is gaining popularity. And, take a sneak peek to what's coming in June!
Alysa Volpe will be leading a weekly yoga class, Saturdays 12:30-1:30 pm designed for mothers-to-be to have a sacred space to honor and strengthen their bodies, relax their mind, connect with other women in a sharing community, and become aquainted with a practice specifically designed for the journey and celebration of pregnancy. If you are expecting, join Alysa in a comfortable, relaxed class just for you!
Saturday, March 23rd at 7:30pm, Cinema Nirvana presents Monty Python’s Life of Brian, also known simply as The Life of Brian, which after 33 years, is still one of the funniest movies ever made, according to many. It tells the story of Brian Cohen (played by Graham Chapman) who was born on the same day and in a stable down the block from Jesus Christ.
This month, Tucson Yoga is bringing you an array of experiential workshops including AromaYoga with doTerra essential oils, Basic Sanskrit for Yogis, Gonga Yoga, Spring into Spring, and Total Body Fitness with Jason Temkin.