FLASH SALE - BoPo Yearly Bundle Sign up

June 21, 2019,
11:59 PM to 11:59 PM

BoPo Yearly Bundle* NOW $1099 (that's only $91/month!) ($1249 value) ANNUALLY Unlimited regular classes 10% off TWO services monthly 2 guest passes/month 10% off workshops 10% off at “Gift Boutique” *service discounts may be applied to Reiki,Chiropractic, Massage, Sound Healing | Teacher Trainings not included in any discounts | Guest passes for new students only.




FLASH SALE - BoPo 5-pack of classes Sign up

June 21, 2019,
11:59 PM to 11:59 PM

BoPo 5-pack of classes+ $85 ($95 value) +expires after 3 months - Please….NO EXTENSIONS!




The Yoga Sutras: The Root Cause of Addiction and How to Free Ourselves From Suffering with Reverend Jaganath Carrera Sign up

June 23, 2019,
1:00 PM to 3:00 PM

Join Reverend Jaganath Carrera as He discusses the ancient teachings of the Yoga Sutras and how we can apply them to help free ourselves from the root causes of addiction - that ultimately cause suffering.

Through humor, stories, and wisdom, He will help us to understand as well as suggest techniques we can use to discover what may cause our addictions and how to overcome them. Uncover the peace that is your birthright and your true nature.

Please join us for this enlightening afternoon with a Master Teacher!

Reverend Jaganath is the founder and spiritual head of Yoga Life Society. He is a direct disciple of world renowned Yoga master and leader in the ecumenical movement, Sri Swami Satchidananda, the founder and spiritual guide for the Integral Yoga Institutes and Satchidananda Ashrams worldwide. Reverend Jaganath has taught at universities, prisons, Yoga centers, and interfaith programs both here and abroad. He was a principle instructor of both Hatha and Raja Yoga for the Integral Yoga Teacher Training Certification Programs for over twenty years and co-wrote the training manual used for that course. He established the Integral Yoga Ministry and developed the highly regarded Integral Yoga Meditation and Raja Yoga Teacher Training Certification programs. Reverend Jaganath is a master bodyworker and holds a Masters Degree in Acupuncture. Reverend Jaganath Carrera is the author of Inside the Yoga Sutras: A Sourcebook for the Study and Practice of Patanjali's Yoga Sutras and Awaken: Inside Yoga Meditation.




Women, Food, & Healing: A Therapeutic Support Group with Melanie Struble, LCSW, LCADC Sign up

June 26, 2019,
6:00 PM to 7:30 PM

Do you judge what you eat, do you judge yourself? Are you constantly thinking about food…what you “should or shouldn’t" eat, how much you “should or shouldn’t" eat, or if you’ve eaten too much?

Do you label foods as “good” or “bad”? Do you determine your self-worth by the number on the scale? Is your relationship with food on your mind? Does what you eat or don’t eat make you feel better or worse about yourself?

If the answer is “yes” to any of these questions, join Melanie Struble, LCSW, LCADC for an 6 week support Wednesdays - NEW SESSION begins June 26 - 6 sessions: 6/26,7/3, 7/10, 7/24, 7/31, 8/7 Time: 6:00-7:30pm Investment: $300 (This is a closed group for women ages 18+. Pre-registration is required. You must sign up for all 6 sessions…no drop-ins. Please call Melanie Struble at 201-708-8448 to determine if this group is appropriate for you)




Sound Healing Meditation with Joy Mino Sign up

July 12, 2019,
7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Quiet your mind and release old physical and energetic patterns with this amazing Sound Healing Meditation using Himalayan Singing Bowls.

The use of Himalayan Singing Bowls, vibrationally attuned to each energy center, allows for healing pathways to open and stuck energy to be released. Find your inner calm and walk away feeling refreshed and renewed.

Each participant will receive a personal experience with the bowls. PRE-REGISTRATION RECOMMENDED $30 preregistration $35 at the door (no class packages please!) Limited to the first 15 registrants.




Drum Circle with Tommy Hayes Sign up

August 3, 2019,
7:30 PM to 10:00 PM

Drum circle experience can bring you many healthy benefits and it is recreational and lot's of fun!

Relaxation, stimulation, meditation, healing and spiritual fulfillment are all part of what you can feel while drumming. Drumming helps alleviate stress within your mind and body, which in turn can help reduce pain as you become more relaxed. It is also a good form of exercise and can leave you in a sense of euphoria. This is all very therapeutic and good for your mental and physical well being. In general, drumming is recreational and lot's of fun! A drum circle can bring rhythm and harmony to its participants and enhance your musical creativity.

There are different styles of drum circles. Some are led by a facilitator, who starts a rhythm and each player joins in finding their place in the beat. Sometimes the drummers play all in sync, other times there can be variations added with the drums and many other types of percussion instruments. Some drum circles are free form, in a sense that most of the drummers play off each others beats. One of the most important parts of a drum circle is for the participants to listen to the rhythm and beat. Once everyone learns to play together there is a feeling of unity. Drum circles also provide energy not only to the drummers but also to those who like to dance to the rhythms. Most drum circles have a space within the center of the circle of drummers left open for dancing. There is never any pressure on anyone as this is a time to relax and create within your own ability.

Refreshments will be provided.

Bring your own drum or rent a drum for use during the circle for $5.




WAH! Kirtan with WAH! Sign up

August 18, 2019,
8:00 PM to 9:45 PM

Wah! plays harmonium, shares mantras, stories and meditation.

Here she gathers with people to sing kirtan, a traditional call-and-response style of singing from India. Wah! connects people to what heals them. www.wahmusic.com

Wah! is a legend in the yoga world. Her music and events inspire personal growth. She has shared her wisdom with people of all walks of life lecturing at Princeton University, Loyola Marymount University and performing at yoga conferences and festivals.

Kirtan with Wah! - $35 Wah! will also offer a class Yoga & Self Healing on Monday, August 19, - $30 Pre-register for BOTH EVENTS for $60




Yoga and Self Healing with WAH! Sign up

August 19, 2019,
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

Get ready to move, breathe, and deeply relax!

Wah! teaches yoga and plays live music for savasana. As described in her book Dedicating Your Life to Spirit, Wah! has taught to athletic, handicapped, the young and the old, the well and the ill, offering tools for wellness and self-healing. Her teachings come from Anusara, Bihar, Kundalini Yoga and various healing traditions. Breathwork, moving postures, self-healing practices, deep relaxation. All levels welcome.

***Wah! *is a legend in the yoga world. Her music and events inspire personal growth. She has shared her wisdom with people of all walks of life lecturing at Princeton University, Loyola Marymount University and performing at yoga conferences and festivals.

Class with Wah! - $30 Wah! will also offer a Kirtan on Sunday, Aug 18, - $35 - Pre-register for BOTH EVENTS for $60




The Yoga Sutras: How to Let Go of Things We Can’t Control & Trust That Things Are Unfolding Exactly As They Should Be with Reverend Jaganath Carrera Sign up

September 22, 2019,
1:00 PM to 3:00 PM

Do you ever wonder why things are going the way they are? Do you want to control everything? Understand everything? Are you “shoulding” alot?

Join Reverend Jaganath Carrera as He discusses the ancient teachings of the Yoga Sutras and how we can apply them to today’s world. Through humor, stories, and wisdom, He will help us to understand as well as suggest techniques we can use to discover and trust how things are unfolding. Uncover the peace that is your birthright and your true nature. Please join us for this enlightening evening with a Master Teacher!

$25 in advance $30 at the door

Reverend Jaganath is the founder and spiritual head of Yoga Life Society. He is a direct disciple of world renowned Yoga master and leader in the ecumenical movement, Sri Swami Satchidananda, the founder and spiritual guide for the Integral Yoga Institutes and Satchidananda Ashrams worldwide. Reverend Jaganath has taught at universities, prisons, Yoga centers, and interfaith programs both here and abroad. He was a principle instructor of both Hatha and Raja Yoga for the Integral Yoga Teacher Training Certification Programs for over twenty years and co-wrote the training manual used for that course. He established the Integral Yoga Ministry and developed the highly regarded Integral Yoga Meditation and Raja Yoga Teacher Training Certification programs. Reverend Jaganath is a master bodyworker and holds a Masters Degree in Acupuncture. Reverend Jaganath Carrera is the author of Inside the Yoga Sutras: A Sourcebook for the Study and Practice of Patanjali's Yoga Sutras and Awaken: Inside Yoga Meditation.




Drum Circle with Tommy Hayes Sign up

October 5, 2019,
7:30 PM to 10:00 PM

Drum circle experience can bring you many healthy benefits and it is recreational and lot's of fun!

Relaxation, stimulation, meditation, healing and spiritual fulfillment are all part of what you can feel while drumming. Drumming helps alleviate stress within your mind and body, which in turn can help reduce pain as you become more relaxed. It is also a good form of exercise and can leave you in a sense of euphoria. This is all very therapeutic and good for your mental and physical well being. In general, drumming is recreational and lot's of fun! A drum circle can bring rhythm and harmony to its participants and enhance your musical creativity.

There are different styles of drum circles. Some are led by a facilitator, who starts a rhythm and each player joins in finding their place in the beat. Sometimes the drummers play all in sync, other times there can be variations added with the drums and many other types of percussion instruments. Some drum circles are free form, in a sense that most of the drummers play off each others beats. One of the most important parts of a drum circle is for the participants to listen to the rhythm and beat. Once everyone learns to play together there is a feeling of unity. Drum circles also provide energy not only to the drummers but also to those who like to dance to the rhythms. Most drum circles have a space within the center of the circle of drummers left open for dancing. There is never any pressure on anyone as this is a time to relax and create within your own ability.

Refreshments will be provided.

Bring your own drum or rent a drum for use during the circle for $5.