Relax & Restore (6 week series)

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02-28-2018 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
The Gallery @ The Green House
Address: 447 E 38th St, Indianapolis, IN 46205, USA

The Resilient Yoga: RELAX & RESTORE 6-Week Series is designed to help you learn and use mindfulness practices like to yoga and breathing meditation to de-stress the body and mind, leaving you feeling refreshed, restored and relaxed. This introductory course is open to brand new beginners as well as those who wish to reconnect with the fundamentals of yoga and stress reduction.

Cost (Health Investment): $35 for 6 weeks (Wednesdays 6:30-7:30pm)

Long term benefits of yoga practice include:
– Increased energy levels
– Enhanced ability to concentrate
– Increased clarity and confidence
– Better equipped to traverse life’s challenges
– Decreased tension and stress related issues
– More restful sleep

New to yoga? No worries. We’re a loving and supportive community that will help you learn the way. Yoga is accessible for anyone, regardless of age and fitness level. You don’t need to be flexible to practice yoga. You simply need the desire to show up and do your best!

Mats, provided on a first come first served basis. Dress comfortably. A towel and some water to sip on is optional.

Why Yoga?
Stress is directly correlated with poor health. Clinical research continues to support the use of yoga practice as a low cost and low maintenance health intervention capable of strengthening resilience factors that reduce stress, a significant health risk factor.

Cancellation Policy:
There are no refunds. If you must cancel, funds will be donated to Resilient Yoga Community Programs, a nonprofit organization and you will receive a tax deductable receipt for this donation.

About The Instructors:
Molly Moore found love for yoga while serving in the Peace Corps in Nicaragua. After experiencing a series of personal health issues, she found physical, mental and spiritual healing through her yoga practice and teacher training experience at the Santosha School. Molly is passionate about bringing the benefits of yoga to community settings in a practical and approachable way. She happily serves on the Resilient Yoga Board, utilizing her skills in teaching, programming, event management, operations and accounting. When she’s not on her mat, she’s gardening, playing music, relaxing and enjoying time with her partner and two cats.

Keri was introduced to yoga many years ago as a treatment for her asthma symptoms and was instantly hooked. Keri maintained a home practice with her daughter, but combined her love of traveling and yoga together as often as possible. On a trip with Belizeyoga in 2012, Keri was inspired to find a yoga teacher training course at home. Keri was thrilled when a friend introduced her to Santosha School and Pierre – the depth of training and inviting studio space was exactly what she was hoping for. Keri has a big love for people, and looks forward to sharing her practice with youth in Indianapolis Public Schools.

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  • 01-20-2018 8:30 am - 01-20-2018 9:45 am

    Please bring your mat and join me for yoga at The Green House Gallery with its wood floors and art.  Class style is breezy and no-nonsense, with notes on alignment, sensations in the body (weight balance, tension, compression, stretch), breath, and pulling back the curtain on what you're thinking and feeling at any given moment.

    Cost: I am offering these classes to the community as volunteer service. Please consider donating to Second Helpings. Second Helpings and its volunteers rescue fresh, perishable food, prepare thousands of hot meals per day, and deliver them to community organizations for free. It also offers free culinary job training to people in need, who go on to work here in Indianapolis.

    Tony's Teaching Cred: I love being in nature, helping people sharpen their skills, and helping people unfold and unpack complicated topics. Each week, I teach two yoga classes and lead a meditation at Eli Lilly and Company. I've been teaching there since 2013. I also co-facilitate the Saturday meditation at An Lac Buddhist temple. I took my RYT-200 at Peace Through Yoga Eagle Creek in 2013 and taught there for 1 year.

    I first caught the teaching bug when I was in graduate school at IU-Bloomington (MS Organic Chemistry). From 2002-2003, I taught three semesters and three summer sessions of organic chemistry labs and ran discussion sessions in organic chemistry. I tutored several members of the women's cross country team and the football team during that time also. From 2004-2009, I volunteered at the Lafayette Adult Resource Academy, where I helped people with their english language skills, basic math skills, and prepare for the US citizenship test.

    Meditation: After yoga, you are welcome to join our informal meditation group at An Lac Buddhist Temple (5249 30th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46218, park in the rear) for seated meditation, walking meditation, and discussion.

  • 01-27-2018 8:30 am - 01-27-2018 9:45 am

    Please bring your mat and join me for yoga at The Green House Gallery with its wood floors and art.  Class style is breezy and no-nonsense, with notes on alignment, sensations in the body (weight balance, tension, compression, stretch), breath, and pulling back the curtain on what you're thinking and feeling at any given moment.

    Cost: I am offering these classes to the community as volunteer service. Please consider donating to Second Helpings. Second Helpings and its volunteers rescue fresh, perishable food, prepare thousands of hot meals per day, and deliver them to community organizations for free. It also offers free culinary job training to people in need, who go on to work here in Indianapolis.

    Tony's Teaching Cred: I love being in nature, helping people sharpen their skills, and helping people unfold and unpack complicated topics. Each week, I teach two yoga classes and lead a meditation at Eli Lilly and Company. I've been teaching there since 2013. I also co-facilitate the Saturday meditation at An Lac Buddhist temple. I took my RYT-200 at Peace Through Yoga Eagle Creek in 2013 and taught there for 1 year.

    I first caught the teaching bug when I was in graduate school at IU-Bloomington (MS Organic Chemistry). From 2002-2003, I taught three semesters and three summer sessions of organic chemistry labs and ran discussion sessions in organic chemistry. I tutored several members of the women's cross country team and the football team during that time also. From 2004-2009, I volunteered at the Lafayette Adult Resource Academy, where I helped people with their english language skills, basic math skills, and prepare for the US citizenship test.

    Meditation: After yoga, you are welcome to join our informal meditation group at An Lac Buddhist Temple (5249 30th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46218, park in the rear) for seated meditation, walking meditation, and discussion.

  • 02-03-2018 8:30 am - 02-03-2018 9:45 am

    Please bring your mat and join me for yoga at The Green House Gallery with its wood floors and art.  Class style is breezy and no-nonsense, with notes on alignment, sensations in the body (weight balance, tension, compression, stretch), breath, and pulling back the curtain on what you're thinking and feeling at any given moment.

    Cost: I am offering these classes to the community as volunteer service. Please consider donating to Second Helpings. Second Helpings and its volunteers rescue fresh, perishable food, prepare thousands of hot meals per day, and deliver them to community organizations for free. It also offers free culinary job training to people in need, who go on to work here in Indianapolis.

    Tony's Teaching Cred: I love being in nature, helping people sharpen their skills, and helping people unfold and unpack complicated topics. Each week, I teach two yoga classes and lead a meditation at Eli Lilly and Company. I've been teaching there since 2013. I also co-facilitate the Saturday meditation at An Lac Buddhist temple. I took my RYT-200 at Peace Through Yoga Eagle Creek in 2013 and taught there for 1 year.

    I first caught the teaching bug when I was in graduate school at IU-Bloomington (MS Organic Chemistry). From 2002-2003, I taught three semesters and three summer sessions of organic chemistry labs and ran discussion sessions in organic chemistry. I tutored several members of the women's cross country team and the football team during that time also. From 2004-2009, I volunteered at the Lafayette Adult Resource Academy, where I helped people with their english language skills, basic math skills, and prepare for the US citizenship test.

    Meditation: After yoga, you are welcome to join our informal meditation group at An Lac Buddhist Temple (5249 30th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46218, park in the rear) for seated meditation, walking meditation, and discussion.

  • 02-10-2018 8:30 am - 02-10-2018 9:45 am

    Please bring your mat and join me for yoga at The Green House Gallery with its wood floors and art.  Class style is breezy and no-nonsense, with notes on alignment, sensations in the body (weight balance, tension, compression, stretch), breath, and pulling back the curtain on what you're thinking and feeling at any given moment.

    Cost: I am offering these classes to the community as volunteer service. Please consider donating to Second Helpings. Second Helpings and its volunteers rescue fresh, perishable food, prepare thousands of hot meals per day, and deliver them to community organizations for free. It also offers free culinary job training to people in need, who go on to work here in Indianapolis.

    Tony's Teaching Cred: I love being in nature, helping people sharpen their skills, and helping people unfold and unpack complicated topics. Each week, I teach two yoga classes and lead a meditation at Eli Lilly and Company. I've been teaching there since 2013. I also co-facilitate the Saturday meditation at An Lac Buddhist temple. I took my RYT-200 at Peace Through Yoga Eagle Creek in 2013 and taught there for 1 year.

    I first caught the teaching bug when I was in graduate school at IU-Bloomington (MS Organic Chemistry). From 2002-2003, I taught three semesters and three summer sessions of organic chemistry labs and ran discussion sessions in organic chemistry. I tutored several members of the women's cross country team and the football team during that time also. From 2004-2009, I volunteered at the Lafayette Adult Resource Academy, where I helped people with their english language skills, basic math skills, and prepare for the US citizenship test.

    Meditation: After yoga, you are welcome to join our informal meditation group at An Lac Buddhist Temple (5249 30th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46218, park in the rear) for seated meditation, walking meditation, and discussion.

  • 02-17-2018 8:30 am - 02-17-2018 9:45 am

    Please bring your mat and join me for yoga at The Green House Gallery with its wood floors and art.  Class style is breezy and no-nonsense, with notes on alignment, sensations in the body (weight balance, tension, compression, stretch), breath, and pulling back the curtain on what you're thinking and feeling at any given moment.

    Cost: I am offering these classes to the community as volunteer service. Please consider donating to Second Helpings. Second Helpings and its volunteers rescue fresh, perishable food, prepare thousands of hot meals per day, and deliver them to community organizations for free. It also offers free culinary job training to people in need, who go on to work here in Indianapolis.

    Tony's Teaching Cred: I love being in nature, helping people sharpen their skills, and helping people unfold and unpack complicated topics. Each week, I teach two yoga classes and lead a meditation at Eli Lilly and Company. I've been teaching there since 2013. I also co-facilitate the Saturday meditation at An Lac Buddhist temple. I took my RYT-200 at Peace Through Yoga Eagle Creek in 2013 and taught there for 1 year.

    I first caught the teaching bug when I was in graduate school at IU-Bloomington (MS Organic Chemistry). From 2002-2003, I taught three semesters and three summer sessions of organic chemistry labs and ran discussion sessions in organic chemistry. I tutored several members of the women's cross country team and the football team during that time also. From 2004-2009, I volunteered at the Lafayette Adult Resource Academy, where I helped people with their english language skills, basic math skills, and prepare for the US citizenship test.

    Meditation: After yoga, you are welcome to join our informal meditation group at An Lac Buddhist Temple (5249 30th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46218, park in the rear) for seated meditation, walking meditation, and discussion.

  • 02-21-2018 6:30 pm - 02-21-2018 7:30 pm

    The Resilient Yoga: RELAX & RESTORE 6-Week Series is designed to help you learn and use mindfulness practices like to yoga and breathing meditation to de-stress the body and mind, leaving you feeling refreshed, restored and relaxed. This introductory course is open to brand new beginners as well as those who wish to reconnect with the fundamentals of yoga and stress reduction.

    Cost (Health Investment): $35 for 6 weeks (Wednesdays 6:30-7:30pm)

    Long term benefits of yoga practice include:
    - Increased energy levels
    - Enhanced ability to concentrate
    - Increased clarity and confidence
    - Better equipped to traverse life’s challenges
    - Decreased tension and stress related issues
    - More restful sleep

    New to yoga? No worries. We're a loving and supportive community that will help you learn the way. Yoga is accessible for anyone, regardless of age and fitness level. You don't need to be flexible to practice yoga. You simply need the desire to show up and do your best!

    Mats, provided on a first come first served basis. Dress comfortably. A towel and some water to sip on is optional.

    Why Yoga?
    Stress is directly correlated with poor health. Clinical research continues to support the use of yoga practice as a low cost and low maintenance health intervention capable of strengthening resilience factors that reduce stress, a significant health risk factor.

    Cancellation Policy:
    There are no refunds. If you must cancel, funds will be donated to Resilient Yoga Community Programs, a nonprofit organization and you will receive a tax deductable receipt for this donation.

    About The Instructors:
    Molly Moore found love for yoga while serving in the Peace Corps in Nicaragua. After experiencing a series of personal health issues, she found physical, mental and spiritual healing through her yoga practice and teacher training experience at the Santosha School. Molly is passionate about bringing the benefits of yoga to community settings in a practical and approachable way. She happily serves on the Resilient Yoga Board, utilizing her skills in teaching, programming, event management, operations and accounting. When she’s not on her mat, she’s gardening, playing music, relaxing and enjoying time with her partner and two cats.

    Keri was introduced to yoga many years ago as a treatment for her asthma symptoms and was instantly hooked. Keri maintained a home practice with her daughter, but combined her love of traveling and yoga together as often as possible. On a trip with Belizeyoga in 2012, Keri was inspired to find a yoga teacher training course at home. Keri was thrilled when a friend introduced her to Santosha School and Pierre - the depth of training and inviting studio space was exactly what she was hoping for. Keri has a big love for people, and looks forward to sharing her practice with youth in Indianapolis Public Schools.

  • 02-24-2018 8:30 am - 02-24-2018 9:45 am

    Please bring your mat and join me for yoga at The Green House Gallery with its wood floors and art.  Class style is breezy and no-nonsense, with notes on alignment, sensations in the body (weight balance, tension, compression, stretch), breath, and pulling back the curtain on what you're thinking and feeling at any given moment.

    Cost: I am offering these classes to the community as volunteer service. Please consider donating to Second Helpings. Second Helpings and its volunteers rescue fresh, perishable food, prepare thousands of hot meals per day, and deliver them to community organizations for free. It also offers free culinary job training to people in need, who go on to work here in Indianapolis.

    Tony's Teaching Cred: I love being in nature, helping people sharpen their skills, and helping people unfold and unpack complicated topics. Each week, I teach two yoga classes and lead a meditation at Eli Lilly and Company. I've been teaching there since 2013. I also co-facilitate the Saturday meditation at An Lac Buddhist temple. I took my RYT-200 at Peace Through Yoga Eagle Creek in 2013 and taught there for 1 year.

    I first caught the teaching bug when I was in graduate school at IU-Bloomington (MS Organic Chemistry). From 2002-2003, I taught three semesters and three summer sessions of organic chemistry labs and ran discussion sessions in organic chemistry. I tutored several members of the women's cross country team and the football team during that time also. From 2004-2009, I volunteered at the Lafayette Adult Resource Academy, where I helped people with their english language skills, basic math skills, and prepare for the US citizenship test.

    Meditation: After yoga, you are welcome to join our informal meditation group at An Lac Buddhist Temple (5249 30th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46218, park in the rear) for seated meditation, walking meditation, and discussion.

  • 03-07-2018 6:30 pm - 03-07-2018 7:30 pm

    The Resilient Yoga: RELAX & RESTORE 6-Week Series is designed to help you learn and use mindfulness practices like to yoga and breathing meditation to de-stress the body and mind, leaving you feeling refreshed, restored and relaxed. This introductory course is open to brand new beginners as well as those who wish to reconnect with the fundamentals of yoga and stress reduction.

    Cost (Health Investment): $35 for 6 weeks (Wednesdays 6:30-7:30pm)

    Long term benefits of yoga practice include:
    - Increased energy levels
    - Enhanced ability to concentrate
    - Increased clarity and confidence
    - Better equipped to traverse life’s challenges
    - Decreased tension and stress related issues
    - More restful sleep

    New to yoga? No worries. We're a loving and supportive community that will help you learn the way. Yoga is accessible for anyone, regardless of age and fitness level. You don't need to be flexible to practice yoga. You simply need the desire to show up and do your best!

    Mats, provided on a first come first served basis. Dress comfortably. A towel and some water to sip on is optional.

    Why Yoga?
    Stress is directly correlated with poor health. Clinical research continues to support the use of yoga practice as a low cost and low maintenance health intervention capable of strengthening resilience factors that reduce stress, a significant health risk factor.

    Cancellation Policy:
    There are no refunds. If you must cancel, funds will be donated to Resilient Yoga Community Programs, a nonprofit organization and you will receive a tax deductable receipt for this donation.

    About The Instructors:
    Molly Moore found love for yoga while serving in the Peace Corps in Nicaragua. After experiencing a series of personal health issues, she found physical, mental and spiritual healing through her yoga practice and teacher training experience at the Santosha School. Molly is passionate about bringing the benefits of yoga to community settings in a practical and approachable way. She happily serves on the Resilient Yoga Board, utilizing her skills in teaching, programming, event management, operations and accounting. When she’s not on her mat, she’s gardening, playing music, relaxing and enjoying time with her partner and two cats.

    Keri was introduced to yoga many years ago as a treatment for her asthma symptoms and was instantly hooked. Keri maintained a home practice with her daughter, but combined her love of traveling and yoga together as often as possible. On a trip with Belizeyoga in 2012, Keri was inspired to find a yoga teacher training course at home. Keri was thrilled when a friend introduced her to Santosha School and Pierre - the depth of training and inviting studio space was exactly what she was hoping for. Keri has a big love for people, and looks forward to sharing her practice with youth in Indianapolis Public Schools.

  • 03-14-2018 6:30 pm - 03-14-2018 7:30 pm

    The Resilient Yoga: RELAX & RESTORE 6-Week Series is designed to help you learn and use mindfulness practices like to yoga and breathing meditation to de-stress the body and mind, leaving you feeling refreshed, restored and relaxed. This introductory course is open to brand new beginners as well as those who wish to reconnect with the fundamentals of yoga and stress reduction.

    Cost (Health Investment): $35 for 6 weeks (Wednesdays 6:30-7:30pm)

    Long term benefits of yoga practice include:
    - Increased energy levels
    - Enhanced ability to concentrate
    - Increased clarity and confidence
    - Better equipped to traverse life’s challenges
    - Decreased tension and stress related issues
    - More restful sleep

    New to yoga? No worries. We're a loving and supportive community that will help you learn the way. Yoga is accessible for anyone, regardless of age and fitness level. You don't need to be flexible to practice yoga. You simply need the desire to show up and do your best!

    Mats, provided on a first come first served basis. Dress comfortably. A towel and some water to sip on is optional.

    Why Yoga?
    Stress is directly correlated with poor health. Clinical research continues to support the use of yoga practice as a low cost and low maintenance health intervention capable of strengthening resilience factors that reduce stress, a significant health risk factor.

    Cancellation Policy:
    There are no refunds. If you must cancel, funds will be donated to Resilient Yoga Community Programs, a nonprofit organization and you will receive a tax deductable receipt for this donation.

    About The Instructors:
    Molly Moore found love for yoga while serving in the Peace Corps in Nicaragua. After experiencing a series of personal health issues, she found physical, mental and spiritual healing through her yoga practice and teacher training experience at the Santosha School. Molly is passionate about bringing the benefits of yoga to community settings in a practical and approachable way. She happily serves on the Resilient Yoga Board, utilizing her skills in teaching, programming, event management, operations and accounting. When she’s not on her mat, she’s gardening, playing music, relaxing and enjoying time with her partner and two cats.

    Keri was introduced to yoga many years ago as a treatment for her asthma symptoms and was instantly hooked. Keri maintained a home practice with her daughter, but combined her love of traveling and yoga together as often as possible. On a trip with Belizeyoga in 2012, Keri was inspired to find a yoga teacher training course at home. Keri was thrilled when a friend introduced her to Santosha School and Pierre - the depth of training and inviting studio space was exactly what she was hoping for. Keri has a big love for people, and looks forward to sharing her practice with youth in Indianapolis Public Schools.

  • 03-21-2018 6:30 pm - 03-21-2018 7:30 pm

    The Resilient Yoga: RELAX & RESTORE 6-Week Series is designed to help you learn and use mindfulness practices like to yoga and breathing meditation to de-stress the body and mind, leaving you feeling refreshed, restored and relaxed. This introductory course is open to brand new beginners as well as those who wish to reconnect with the fundamentals of yoga and stress reduction.

    Cost (Health Investment): $35 for 6 weeks (Wednesdays 6:30-7:30pm)

    Long term benefits of yoga practice include:
    - Increased energy levels
    - Enhanced ability to concentrate
    - Increased clarity and confidence
    - Better equipped to traverse life’s challenges
    - Decreased tension and stress related issues
    - More restful sleep

    New to yoga? No worries. We're a loving and supportive community that will help you learn the way. Yoga is accessible for anyone, regardless of age and fitness level. You don't need to be flexible to practice yoga. You simply need the desire to show up and do your best!

    Mats, provided on a first come first served basis. Dress comfortably. A towel and some water to sip on is optional.

    Why Yoga?
    Stress is directly correlated with poor health. Clinical research continues to support the use of yoga practice as a low cost and low maintenance health intervention capable of strengthening resilience factors that reduce stress, a significant health risk factor.

    Cancellation Policy:
    There are no refunds. If you must cancel, funds will be donated to Resilient Yoga Community Programs, a nonprofit organization and you will receive a tax deductable receipt for this donation.

    About The Instructors:
    Molly Moore found love for yoga while serving in the Peace Corps in Nicaragua. After experiencing a series of personal health issues, she found physical, mental and spiritual healing through her yoga practice and teacher training experience at the Santosha School. Molly is passionate about bringing the benefits of yoga to community settings in a practical and approachable way. She happily serves on the Resilient Yoga Board, utilizing her skills in teaching, programming, event management, operations and accounting. When she’s not on her mat, she’s gardening, playing music, relaxing and enjoying time with her partner and two cats.

    Keri was introduced to yoga many years ago as a treatment for her asthma symptoms and was instantly hooked. Keri maintained a home practice with her daughter, but combined her love of traveling and yoga together as often as possible. On a trip with Belizeyoga in 2012, Keri was inspired to find a yoga teacher training course at home. Keri was thrilled when a friend introduced her to Santosha School and Pierre - the depth of training and inviting studio space was exactly what she was hoping for. Keri has a big love for people, and looks forward to sharing her practice with youth in Indianapolis Public Schools.

  • 03-28-2018 6:30 pm - 03-28-2018 7:30 pm

    The Resilient Yoga: RELAX & RESTORE 6-Week Series is designed to help you learn and use mindfulness practices like to yoga and breathing meditation to de-stress the body and mind, leaving you feeling refreshed, restored and relaxed. This introductory course is open to brand new beginners as well as those who wish to reconnect with the fundamentals of yoga and stress reduction.

    Cost (Health Investment): $35 for 6 weeks (Wednesdays 6:30-7:30pm)

    Long term benefits of yoga practice include:
    - Increased energy levels
    - Enhanced ability to concentrate
    - Increased clarity and confidence
    - Better equipped to traverse life’s challenges
    - Decreased tension and stress related issues
    - More restful sleep

    New to yoga? No worries. We're a loving and supportive community that will help you learn the way. Yoga is accessible for anyone, regardless of age and fitness level. You don't need to be flexible to practice yoga. You simply need the desire to show up and do your best!

    Mats, provided on a first come first served basis. Dress comfortably. A towel and some water to sip on is optional.

    Why Yoga?
    Stress is directly correlated with poor health. Clinical research continues to support the use of yoga practice as a low cost and low maintenance health intervention capable of strengthening resilience factors that reduce stress, a significant health risk factor.

    Cancellation Policy:
    There are no refunds. If you must cancel, funds will be donated to Resilient Yoga Community Programs, a nonprofit organization and you will receive a tax deductable receipt for this donation.

    About The Instructors:
    Molly Moore found love for yoga while serving in the Peace Corps in Nicaragua. After experiencing a series of personal health issues, she found physical, mental and spiritual healing through her yoga practice and teacher training experience at the Santosha School. Molly is passionate about bringing the benefits of yoga to community settings in a practical and approachable way. She happily serves on the Resilient Yoga Board, utilizing her skills in teaching, programming, event management, operations and accounting. When she’s not on her mat, she’s gardening, playing music, relaxing and enjoying time with her partner and two cats.

    Keri was introduced to yoga many years ago as a treatment for her asthma symptoms and was instantly hooked. Keri maintained a home practice with her daughter, but combined her love of traveling and yoga together as often as possible. On a trip with Belizeyoga in 2012, Keri was inspired to find a yoga teacher training course at home. Keri was thrilled when a friend introduced her to Santosha School and Pierre - the depth of training and inviting studio space was exactly what she was hoping for. Keri has a big love for people, and looks forward to sharing her practice with youth in Indianapolis Public Schools.