CLASSES & WORKSHOPS

UNION ARTS CENTER :  uacny.com

Workshops are held at UAC - unless otherwise noted.

2 Union Ave. Sparkill, NY 10976

Register for workshops and events here.


Fall Workshop Series -

somatic and restorative practices in yoga

October 22, November 12, December 17

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somatic and restorative practices in yoga - moving into rest

October 22, November 12, December 17

7-915pm — 40/workshop

Each evening will include gentle movement sequences to increase awareness, breath and balance in our bodies. We will explore what it means to approach yoga somatically - from the inside out. Every session will close with a restorative practice to deepen our ability to fully rest in our own skin.

The movement explorations in this series of workshops will build on one another; yet, each workshop can be taken individually. Open to ALL levels - beginners are welcome.

Advance registration is required - register online HERE


Restorative and Slow Yoga - An Experiential Workshop about Moving (& Being Still) with Awareness

Image by Euan Uglow

Image by Euan Uglow

RESTORATIVE AND SLOW YOGA WORKSHOP

A balancing mix of slow stretches, gentle yoga sequences, and restorative poses – these workshops focus on our interoceptive, or inward, experience of yoga.  

Slow yin stretching releases and nourishes connective tissues. Gentle yoga sequences ground and energize.  Restorative poses relax and repair.  All are focused on cultivating our felt-sense alignment, a more full, easy breath, and overall wellbeing.

These practices can be a means of returning choice, strength, sensory awareness and safety to our body - by deepening our capacity to listen to ourselves.  All you need is comfortable clothing. Mats are provided or you are welcome to bring your own.

Advanced registration required, space is limited.

Upcoming dates: TBA

Questions?/ Reserve - gin@magdalen.studio.

Cost: 30/workshop


 Storied Bodies - A Narrative Workshop       

STORIED BODIES

Open to all women, and to all who identify in any way as feminine, storied bodies offers a place to investigate the ways we tell our stories, and how we listen to the stories of others. Led by Gin MacCallum, these workshops extend from her interest in how narratives shape our conversations, our bodies, our imaginations, and our communities.  

This is a laboratory space during which a smattering of research, practices and questions will be offered to provoke and guide the exchange.  Participation is encouraged, but all are always free to opt out of discussion.  There will be tea.

Advance registration required, space is limited.

Upcoming dates: TBA

Questions?/ Reserve - gin@magdalen.studio.  

Cost: 40/workshop