Join us and our wonderful guest teachers for our 25 hour mindfulness and meditation 101! 💓 learn or refresh what you already learned about the basics of meditation, history, practice and
Join us and our wonderful guest teachers for our 25 hour mindfulness and meditation 101!
💓 learn or refresh what you already learned about the basics of meditation, history, practice and benefits
💓 we will talk about brain anatomy and physiology, meditation and chronic stress and the latest research about the benefits of meditation
💓 practice the different types of meditation in class and at home
💓 discuss and learn breathwork
💓 learn ways to live more mindfully in your daily life, discuss compassion towards self and the environment, learn zero waste living
💓 and much more 🙏
Our training teaches practical ways to begin a home practice and lead private or group meditation sessions. Perfect for yoga teachers, professionals, teachers and those who wish to deepen their own practice.
Weekday and weekend training registration is OPEN!
Sept 23rd-27th 10:30a-3:30p
Dec 13th 6-9p, Dec 14,15th 9a-6p
We are a yoga alliance continuing ed provider.
Sign up: yogacollectivenyc.com/mmtraining
23 (Monday) 10:30 am - 27 (Friday) 3:30 pm
The Yoga Collective NYC
135 W 29th St, Rm 603
If the class shows sold out on Eventbrite please book on MindBody TO BOOK YOUR SPOT ON MINDBODY PLEASE >>>>CLICK HERE <<<<
If the class shows sold out on Eventbrite please book on MindBody
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Join us every Monday evening at CocoMat SOHO for donation-based yoga classes and free cocktails from Deep Eddy Vodka. Classes will be held downstairs of the store.
If this is your first class with us please fill out the following LIABILITY WAIVER
Each class is open level Vinyasa, with an ab burn out and will be set to dynamic beats.
Bring your own mat all levels are welcome. Must be over 21 to consume alcohol.
We will accommodate on a first come first serve basis, space is limited.
Recommended fee for each class is $10, if you choose to pay less, just select “Register as Unpaid” and pay what you want at the door. If you can not make it to class simply cancel at least an hour before class and you will have credit toward any other class in the future. If you are a no-show, however, we will charge your card on file $5 for the no show. This creates a respectful and inclusive everyone. <3
(Tuesday) 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
49 Mercer Street, New York, NY 10013
Yoga in Central Park This 60 min, sunny-day, all-level classes will be a mindful blend of strengthening, balancing and opening poses with just the right amount of relaxation.
Yoga in Central Park
This 60 min, sunny-day, all-level classes will be a mindful blend of strengthening, balancing and opening poses with just the right amount of relaxation. You’ll walk away feeling recharged and refreshed and a little more at peace.
Bring your own mat or fold a blanket; wear layers of comfortable athletic attire.
Everyone is welcomed. The focus is to enjoy the experience. Modifications will be provided for all levels.
For insurance purposes, ALL who wish to attend are required to sign a release form.
Enter park @ W 72nd St, New York, NY (72nd Subway stop, trains B & C)
We meet at the benches around the IMAGINE mosaic in Strawberry Fields at 6:00. I will be there with a clipboard and sign. After 10 – 15 mins to get people gathered and registered, we’ll head over to the lawn to start.
Donations of any form are accepted and received with gratitude. Give what you can if and if you can’t, show up anyway.
Shanti out xoxo
(Wednesday) 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
New York, NY 10023
If the tickets are sold out on Eventbrite please head over to MindBody To book your spot Open Level, Free Yoga <3 No Class the rest of AUGUST! Classes will resume
If the tickets are sold out on Eventbrite please head over to MindBody To book your spot
Open Level, Free Yoga <3
No Class the rest of AUGUST!
Classes will resume Sept 4th.
MATS are provided in the community center.
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Lots of love!
Sputnik Yoga Team
(Wednesday) 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Throop and Lafayette, Brooklyn, NY 11221
About Join BGI every select Thursdays from 6:30-7:30pm for free outdoor yoga on the elevated boardwalk of the Naval Cemetery Landscape. Brought to you by
Join BGI every select Thursdays from 6:30-7:30pm for free outdoor yoga on the elevated boardwalk of the Naval Cemetery Landscape. Brought to you by Nature Sacred and Brooklyn Greenway Initiative.
May 9th & 23rd
June 13th & 27th
July 11th & 25th
August 8th & 22nd
September 12th & 26th
The class will draw from the various yoga traditions and will use breath and movement to achieve meditation and relaxation.
Classes are suitable for all experience levels and will include postures and breathing techniques that promote balance, strength, and flexibility of body and mind. Just remember these classes are BYOM (Bring your own Mat).
About S. Cecilia Zuniga:
Cecilia draws inspiration from various healing modalities and traditions to create a wellness experience that is in accordance to the energetics for a given time and season. Contingent on the style, a typical class will integrate alignment based vinyasa Yoga, Ayurveda, women’s practice’s, Chinese medicine and Reiki.
Be it a yoga class, an art project, or a way of life, Cecilia has always been inspired by ritual, the esoteric and nature. She credits her upbringing in magical and enchanting places such as New Mexico & Mexico.
In addition to being a yogini, Cecilia is a wellness content creator by day. She is completely immersed and surrounded in the wellness industry. Her background is in design, arts and technology. A classic “ENFP”, she is a people-centered creator with a focus on possibilities and a contagious enthusiasm for new ideas, people and activities.
Find out more here!
- B57 Bus to Flushing Av/Classon Av (2 min walk)
- B62 Bus to Flushing Av/Classon Av
- B48 Bus to Wallabout St/Wythe Av (5 min walk)
- G train to Flushing Ave (13 min walk)
(Thursday) 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Naval Cemetery Landscape
63 Williamsburg Street West, Brooklyn, NY 11249
Join Terri Carta, Executive Director of the Brooklyn Greenway Initiative for a ride on the waterfront greenway! Beginning at Old Fulton Street by Brooklyn Bridge Park going through Red Hook
Join Terri Carta, Executive Director of the Brooklyn Greenway Initiative for a ride on the waterfront greenway! Beginning at Old Fulton Street by Brooklyn Bridge Park going through Red Hook and ending at Valentino Pier. There will be stops along the way to take in the views, learn more about the implementation process of the Greenway through the years and discuss the future of this infrastructure in additon to its impact on the borough of Brooklyn.
(Thursday) 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Furman Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Tickets are now on sale for the next Disco Yoga. We will serve your fave Disco Tunes with the side of yoga! The class will be held on the indoor
Tickets are now on sale for the next Disco Yoga.
We will serve your fave Disco Tunes with the side of yoga!
The class will be held on the indoor and the rooftop portion of the roof of Bogart House that has phenomenal views and is located short walk from the Grand stop of L train in East Williamsburg. That means two floors of yoga at the same time! Weather permitting.
6:30 pm Doors
7 pm to 8 pm Yoga class
8 pm to 9 pm drinks
Any yoga ticket includes one drink and a ticket to the after party
Drinks and food will be available for purchase
All night long Happy Hour specials from Deep Eddy Vodka, Phocus and Right Now Wine
Wear your best disco outfit and get a free drink ticket < 3
More about Amber our DJ:
Amber Valentine has been playing all over New York City and beyond since 2006. She is a regular at some of the best clubs in the city, including Output, Elsewhere, Good Room, House of Yes, and Le Bain, and has played internationally in Milan and at the legendary Life Ball in Vienna. She is a resident DJ for nightlife queen Susanne Bartsch. Alongside JD Samson, she throws a party called “Pat” that draws world class DJ talent and a crowd so fun they don’t stop dancing til the lights come on. This year, Amber was awarded “Best DJ” at the 2018 Brooklyn Nightlife Awards.
More about Sputnik Yoga:
The goal is to offer yoga 4 everyBODY! We are a nomad yoga studio and offer pop up yoga events in LA and NYC. We also work closely with like-minded brands and provide yoga activations for music festivals. We also offer private fitness classes, Happy Healthy Hours, corporate events and nutritional consulting.
We’re looking for food vendors, dj’s and someone who has lots of costumes. Emails if you are one of those.
(Thursday) 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
230 Bogart Street 3rd floor, Brooklyn, NY 11206
Live Music Yoga Class Every Friday Night 6:30 - 8pm Jivamukti Yoga School, Union Square All Levels Welcome *** Please check my website and socials regularly for upcoming musicians *** Drop in
Live Music Yoga Class
Every Friday Night
6:30 – 8pm
Jivamukti Yoga School, Union Square
All Levels Welcome
*** Please check my website and socials regularly for upcoming musicians ***
Drop in class is regular price, discounts available for class packages and memberships.
Cash Donations for the musician encouraged.
Why Live Music?
Because there is something so simultaneously transcendent but also incredibly universal about moving our bodies to music. Every culture at every time has created music and used movement to feel connected to self and other. Because music is life, and music is community! Doing yoga to live music is a really special experience, quite different than practicing to recorded music.
For anyone new to the practice:
Jivamukti Yoga is a dynamic physical practice, combined with meditation and spiritual philosophy. Class is open to all levels, but expect to be challenged!
(Friday) 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Jivamukti Yoga NYC
Can meditation improve high blood pressure, anxiety, depression, or pain? If a doctor told you to meditate, would you hesitate? Science of Spirituality Presents Meditation as Medication: A Doctor's Perspective Meet with top Medical
Can meditation improve high blood pressure, anxiety, depression, or pain?
If a doctor told you to meditate, would you hesitate?
Science of Spirituality Presents
Meditation as Medication: A Doctor’s Perspective
Meet with top Medical Experts and Researchers and learn how meditation has changed them and their patients. Both speakers are co-authors of the book – Meditation as Medication, a best seller!
Retreat is FREE of Charge
Saturday, September 28, 2019
10.30 AM – Registration & Welcome
11 AM – 12.30 PM
Meditation for Body, Mind and Soul: Meditation Experiences within Clinical Practices
Speaker: Dr. Matt Raider, M.D., Medical Director, CT
Alcohol and Drug Treatment, Family Practice, Geriatric and Nutrition Expert
In his talk, Dr. Raider will discuss his personal experiences with meditation as medication in his 30+ years of clinical practices and its benefits for the body, mind, and soul.
12.30 – 1.30 PM Vegetarian Lunch [Free]
1.30 PM – 3 PM
The Brain and the Science of Meditation
Louis Ritz, Ph.D., University of Florida, Department of Neuroscience
In his talk, Louis will discuss his personal experiences with meditation and his research on meditation and its benefits for the body, mind, and soul.
Speakers for the day:
Matthew Raider, MD
Dr. Raider received his MD with honors from the University of Michigan Medical School in 1979. Dr. Raider also served as Chief Resident from 1981-82 and completed his residency in Family Medicine in 1982. He subsequently coordinated the geriatrics curriculum for the Middlesex Family Medicine Residency in Middletown, CT and continues to do so now. He has held faculty positions at University of Connecticut Medical School and continues to teach resident physicians, students and nurse practitioners, drawing on an extensive experience of over 150,000 patient encounters over a 30+ year period. Dr. Raider has extensive experience in the treatment of alcohol and drug dependence and has treated 3,000+ individuals with substance abuse problems. Dr. Raider has long maintained an interest in meditation, vegetarian nutrition and endurance fitness training and given several hundred lectures in the USA and Canada on the health aspect of meditation.
Louis A. Ritz, Ph.D.
Lou is on the faculty of the Department of Neuroscience, within the University of Florida College of Medicine and the McKnight Brain Institute. Dr. Ritz is focused on medical and graduate education. He is a co-course director for Clinical Neuroscience, taken by second year medical students, and is co-author of the textbook “Medical Neuroscience”. He was selected, based on an Educational Portfolio, as a member of the College of Medicine’s “Society of Teaching Scholars” in 2006.
At the University of Florida he also is Director of a campus-wide Center for Spirituality and Health, which offers workshops, academic programs, and interdisciplinary research ventures exploring the impact of spirituality on health. For the undergraduate Honors Program Dr. Ritz directs two courses, “Spirituality and Health” and “Neurotheology.” The Honors students named Dr. Ritz the “2018 Honors Professor of the Year.
Science of Spirituality is a multi-faith, spiritual organization, under the direction of Sant Rajinder Singh Ji Maharaj dedicated to transforming lives through meditation.
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
No. This form of meditation can be done by any one – from 8 to 80 years! Generally, recommended for kids 8+ years or older
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
NJ Transit Perth Amboy train station is a 10-12 minute walk to the meditation center.
What can I bring into the event?
Nothing! No yoga mats, no postures required. Just your presence.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
We would love to answer your questions and RSVP at 732-366-9009 ext. 3.
What’s the refund policy?
It’s a FREE event including a vegetarian lunch!
(Saturday) 10:30 am - 3:00 pm
Science of Spirituality Meditation Center - Perth Amboy, NJ
15 Market St, Perth Amboy, NJ 08861
Hudson River Park's SUBMERGE Marine Science Festival celebrates NYC's coastal waters and brings marine science
Hudson River Park’s SUBMERGE Marine Science Festival celebrates NYC’s coastal waters and brings marine science to life. This day of interactive science aims to inspire audiences of all ages and make marine science and STEM accessible and engaging for everyone. Learn about the ecosystem of the Hudson River Estuary through hands-on science activities, catch-and-release fishing, science stage events, kayaking and more!
Some highlights at this year’s festival include:
The SUBMERGE Science Stage – Experience larger than life experiments with Mad Science, meet New York’s Birds of Prey with the Wildlife Institute of Eastern NY, sing and dance with the Funkinships, and more!
Meet local Hudson River creatures such as striped bass, oyster toadfish, and blue crabs in the Roving River – Hudson River Park’s aquarium tricycle that showcases wildlife on wheels
More to come!
As part of Hudson River Park’s Park Over Plastic initiative to reduce our plastic footprint and improve the health of the Hudson River, this year’s festival is sponsered by partners committed to supporting HRPK’s sustainability efforts. Sponsors include:
Hudson River Park’s Estuary Lab is committed to advancing public awareness and understanding of our local waterways. At SUBMERGE, dozens of organizations that further this mission will share their work.The Estuary Lab offers hands-on education and interactive scientific research with the purpose of communicating the ecological importance of the Park’s 400-acre estuarine sanctuary. Through the Estuary Lab’s parkwide programs, visitors are invited to experience the River as a living laboratory for community engagement and stewardship.
(Saturday) 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Pier 84 at Hudson RIver Park
555 12th Avenue, New York, NY 10036
When was last time you wrote a letter to your granny, sent a birthday card to your favorite uncle, or scribbled a note to an old friend? Time to come
When was last time you wrote a letter to your granny, sent a birthday card to your favorite uncle, or scribbled a note to an old friend?
Time to come put pen to paper and join The Writing Den! We supply the writing materials, tools, and postage, then mail everything afterward. Plus deliver any correspondence received at the next month’s den. Our den leaders are there to help choose that special card or check a mailing address.
We hope you will stop by to write, chat, and and experience the joy and benefits of handwriting!
About The Writing Den
The Writing Den is a new and growing 501(c)(3) nonprofit that launched in San Diego, September 2017, New York City, October 2018, and Seattle, February 2019 (#4, #1, and #3 U.S. cities with the largest homeless population). We help those in need communicate, connect, and tell their stories through handwriting.
We partner with and set up monthly dens at homeless service and community organizations. These include New York’s Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen, Housing Works Bookstore and Cafe, New York Public Library/Muhlenberg Library and New York City Relief at New York City Rescue Mission, San Diego’s First Presbyterian Ladle Fellowship and Alpha Project Bridge Shelter, and Seattle’s Mary’s Place Women’s Day Center.
The Writing Den: “Connecting Those In Need”
(Saturday) 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Housing Works Bookstore Cafe
126 Crosby St
Soul Hikes was created to combine mindfulness and hiking. Our unique hikes are carefully crafted to offer an experience that embodies mind, body, and soul. Memberships for unlimted hikes are also
Soul Hikes was created to combine mindfulness and hiking. Our unique hikes are carefully crafted to offer an experience that embodies mind, body, and soul. Memberships for unlimted hikes are also available and include a hiking kit. This can be found at: https://www.inspirationalretreats.com/soul-hikes
(Sunday) 8:00 am - 9:30 am
2 Cataract Hollow Road, Berkeley Heights, NJ 07922
Learn about Hudson River Park’s wildlife by joining knowledgeable naturalists on guided nature walks along the Park’s esplanade. Hudson River Park is home to many plant and animal species including
Learn about Hudson River Park’s wildlife by joining knowledgeable naturalists on guided nature walks along the Park’s esplanade.
Hudson River Park is home to many plant and animal species including over 100 species of birds. Peek into some of our gardens to discover butterflies, dragonflies and other interesting insects. Get to know the native plants that thrive in unexpected places in and around the river’s edge. Each nature walk is unique and offers a one-of-a-kind treasure hunt-like experience.
Nature guides will meet participants at the Christopher Street Fountain (Park entrance at Christopher St.) at 9AM sharp. Please wear comfortable shoes and dress appropriately for the weather. Loud noises and barking tend to startle wildlife and reduce viewing opportunities – please be considerate and leave your dog at home.
HRP Nature Walks are led by the following dedicated, volunteer park naturalists:
WALTER LAUFER is a self-taught urban naturalist, with a special interest in butterflies and dragonflies. For many years, Laufer has spent time in western North America hiking with naturalist guides. Since 2005 he has been converting the knowledge gained in the wild to knowledge useful in the urban environment.
To date, Laufer has learned to identify over 100 varieties of vegetation from pine trees to periwinkles found in the Park; over that time he has observed more than 80 bird species and 50 insect species living in or passing through the Greenwich Village and Tribeca segments. He loves sharing his expertise and passion for the flora and fauna of Hudson River Park.
KEITH MICHAEL is a self-taught urban naturalist, photographer, avid birder and dedicated explorer of New York City’s five boroughs. Birds are his driving focus, but the vistas, trees, wildflowers, grasses, butterflies, dragonflies; scaled, slithery and furred fauna that can be observed within NYC are equally remarkable to him. Michael has published two books of writing and photographs Once Around the Block: A Birder’s Year in the West Village and 1000 Days: World Trade Center Rising, leads his own series of New York City WILD! nature walks, and is a monthly contributor to WestView News. The West Village portion of Hudson River Park is home turf for daily walks with his Pembroke Welsh Corgi, Millie.
For Michael, reconnecting with the rhythms and sheer wonders of the natural world in our urban midst is a potent antidote to the stress and electronic distractions of our daily routines. Michael believes that curiosity is the key – there will always be more to see and learn. JUST LOOK!
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
1 Train to Christopher St.
A C E B D F M Trains to W. 4th Street
Enter Park at Christopher Street for meeting location
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please contact Hudson River Park’s Estuary Lab at 212-627-2020 or email@example.com
(Sunday) 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Christopher Street Fountain
Christopher St. & West St., New York, NY 10014
Join us for Silent Disco Yoga and Shopping at Fjallraven. Stick around for a discount and light breakfast <3 Class 10 am to 11 am space is limited
Join us for Silent Disco Yoga and Shopping at Fjallraven.
Stick around for a discount and light breakfast <3
Class 10 am to 11 am space is limited
(Sunday) 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Fjällräven Epic NYC
38 Greene Street, New York, NY 10012