Mens’ Kula

WHAT’S MEN’S KULA?

What’s unique about Men’s Kula is that we practice together, exploring a theme about masculinity. We check in around our relationship to the theme, and do practices including pranayama, asana, chanting, to help embody the object of the theme more fully. 

Come practice together at Spring/Fall studios, then join us for brunch at Tomate cafe after. 

 

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September Kula led by David Schlussel: Nature

Nature –

Yoga is a discovery of our true nature.

Yoga was invented to strip away the conditioning that has us feel repressed into artificial limitations.

This month we’ll be stepping out into nature for our practice.

We’ll warm up a bit in the parking lot, set some intentions, then go for a silent hike, observing the life, death, and decay surrounding us until we get to an open space to practice. We will move and open and liberate our spirits, picnic and connect, (bring something to share) and then enjoy each other on the hike back up.

Please bring plenty of water, good walking shoes, and something to carry your mat if you want one.

No yoga experience necessary. All levels welcome.

This month the practice will be led by David Schlussel

* WHAT’S MEN’S KULA?
What’s unique about Men’s Kula is that we practice together, exploring a theme about masculinity. We check in around our relationship to the theme, and do practices including pranayama, asana, chanting, to help embody the object of the theme more fully.

Invite your brothers!

Who’s in?

The practice happens the second Sunday of every month, and is by donation (Suggested $25). No one turned away (NOTA).