Jun
19
6:00 PM18:00

The Sweat Sessions - Free classes @ Meatpacking District

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Fun, Free, Al Fresco Fitness Series - Tuesday nights through August

The Sweat Sessions - Meatpacking District

Join the Meatpacking District and the Wellth Collective for a fun al fresco fitness series consisting of three free 45-minute classes:
- 6:00pm
- 7:00pm
- 8:00pm
nearly every Tuesday night through the end of August!

Classes include yoga, boot camp, dance cardio, boxing, pilates, and more. Cool down and enjoy complementary healthy bites and hydrating sips from local business after select sessions at Samsung 837.

Exhale to Inhale is honored to be this year's charity partner.

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Jun
21
7:30 AM07:30

Summer Solstice Celebration in Times Square - June 21

Practice with us in the middle of Times Square!

Join us and thousands of other yogis as we practice right in the middle of Times Square NYC!  Find your center at the Crossroads of the World. Each year, thousands of yogis from around the world travel to Times Square to celebrate the Summer Solstice with free yoga classes in the heart of New York City. On the northern hemisphere’s longest day of the year, become part of this global celebration with one of the classes taking place all day long on Thursday, June 21, 2018.

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Sarah Platt Finger leads a yoga practice at Summer Solstice 2017

 The Exhale to Inhale teams assisting yoga

The Exhale to Inhale teams assisting yoga

The classes are free but you must pre-register!

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Jun
26
6:00 PM18:00

The Sweat Sessions - Free classes @ Meatpacking District

  • Hudson River Park’s 14th Street Park (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Fun, Free, Al Fresco Fitness Series - Tuesday nights through August

The Sweat Sessions - Meatpacking District

Join the Meatpacking District and the Wellth Collective for a fun al fresco fitness series consisting of three free 45-minute classes:
- 6:00pm
- 7:00pm
- 8:00pm
nearly every Tuesday night through the end of August!

Classes include yoga, boot camp, dance cardio, boxing, pilates, and more. Cool down and enjoy complementary healthy bites and hydrating sips from local business after select sessions at Samsung 837.

Exhale to Inhale is honored to be this year's charity partner.

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Jun
12
6:00 PM18:00

The Sweat Sessions - Free classes @ Meatpacking District

  • Hudson River Park’s 14th Street Park (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Fun, Free, Al Fresco Fitness Series - Tuesday nights through August

The Sweat Sessions - Meatpacking District

Join the Meatpacking District and the Wellth Collective for a fun al fresco fitness series consisting of three free 45-minute classes:
- 6:00pm
- 7:00pm
- 8:00pm
nearly every Tuesday night through the end of August!

Classes include yoga, boot camp, dance cardio, boxing, pilates, and more. Cool down and enjoy complementary healthy bites and hydrating sips from local business after select sessions at Samsung 837.

Exhale to Inhale is honored to be this year's charity partner.

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Jun
6
5:30 PM17:30

Cultivate Sustainable Happiness (and shop with a discount @ Athleta)

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Join us for a Wellness Panel at Athleta UES!

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We'll be discussing cultivating sustainable happiness, the focus of Steven Adams' new book, On the Way. Panel will be moderated by Zoë LePage, founder of Exhale to Inhale, a non-profit that brings yoga to survivors of domestic & sexual violence. Panelists include Steven Adams (author), Amanda Margusity (fitness instructor + Athleta ambassador), and Grant Henry (founder of Rhythmic Flows Yoga). The evening will also include live music, meditation, and of course we'll be serving sips & sweets, + special discounts all night long.

 

Purchase a $15 ticket and receive 20% off to shop!

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Jun
5
6:00 PM18:00

The Sweat Sessions - Free classes @ Meatpacking District

  • Hudson River Park’s 14th Street Park (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Fun, Free, Al Fresco Fitness Series - Tuesday nights through August

The Sweat Sessions - Meatpacking District

Join the Meatpacking District and the Wellth Collective for a fun al fresco fitness series consisting of three free 45-minute classes:
- 6:00pm
- 7:00pm
- 8:00pm
nearly every Tuesday night through the end of August!

Classes include yoga, boot camp, dance cardio, boxing, pilates, and more. Cool down and enjoy complementary healthy bites and hydrating sips from local business after select sessions at Samsung 837.

Exhale to Inhale is honored to be this year's charity partner.

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May
24
6:30 PM18:30

Lisa Danylchuk is back at ISHTA on Thursday May 24th!

Join Lisa for a fundraiser flow & learn about trauma in the yoga practice!

In this vinyasa style class we will discuss the two most important things to be aware of when working with trauma in the yoga practice, and you’ll have the opportunity to practice with both of these in mind. We’ll practice yoga for about an hour, then have time for questions, answers and discussion with Lisa and members of the Exhale to Inhale team. Come ready to breathe, move and reflect.

$25 / 60 Min class + 30 min Q&A

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Lisa Danylchuk, LMFT, E-RYT is a best selling author, a licensed psychotherapist and yoga teacher trainer specializing in trauma treatment. Lisa and is the founder of The Center for Yoga and Trauma Recovery based in Oakland, CA and offers training to yoga teachers and mental health professionals across the globe. She is a graduate of UCLA and Harvard University, and serves on the board of the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation. More information at: http://www.howwecanheal.com.

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May
18
7:30 PM19:30

Dance for Hope w/Laura Gill @ La Maida 5/18

What is hope? A feeling of expectation and desire for action!

We are here to create change. We are the movers and shakers committed to creating a positive shift by raising awareness and money to make a difference.
Join Laura Gill for a dance and movement class to celebrate our bodies, have fun together, and raise awareness for domestic violence. Open to all levels.  All proceeds from this class will be donated to Exhale to Inhale

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Laura Gill has been teaching and dancing professionally for 8 years and received her certificate for Exhale to Inhale’s Trauma-Informed Yoga Teacher training. She is excited to begin her 200-hr teacher training with Yoga108 this month and is passionate about bringing healing through dance and movement.

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May
17
7:30 PM19:30

Basics Level FUNdraiser class w/Cassie Naaktgeboren @ Bend + Bloom

Join Cassie for this Basics-level class and raise funds while you practice!

Consider yourself too tight, inflexible, or high strung for yoga? Bend + Bloom Basics will inspire the yogi in you. By focusing on yoga fundamentals we develop body awareness, learn basic postures, focus on proper alignment, and practice coordinating the breath and movements gracefully together. Develop a connection to your physical and energetic body while cultivating strength, balance, and relaxation. Extra attention is given to help the tight hamstringed and vertigo prone among us to yogify with confidence. 

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50% of proceeds from this class will be donated to ETI!

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Originally from Iowa, Cassie made the big move to Brooklyn with her husband and cat in tow in August of 2012 to share her love of yoga and music with students of all ages. In her Hatha classes, Cassie strives to foster a nurturing and joyful environment in which individuals of any age or experience level can be free to explore their bodies, minds, and spirits in their practice. Through mantra, asana, pranayama, and meditation, we'll tap into that light that shines so brightly in us all; that light that is our true potential.

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May
6
2:00 PM14:00

NAAM x ETI Community yoga class - May 6th

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Naam has joined with Exhale to Inhale to provide special community classes every Sunday.  Proceeds from these classes will be donated to ETI and will help us bring the healing practice of yoga to survivors who can most benefit, yet might not otherwise have access.

Every class will be lead by a guest teacher. Guest teachers come from diverse backgrounds and approach class with their own unique style and philosophy.

Join Guest Teacher Esthefany Castillo on Sundays in May!

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Yoga to me is the practice of finding ease during discomfort, both on and off the mat. I am a creative yoga instructor. I like to teach both with and without music, using the presence or lack thereof, as a tool to help my students to connect with their bodies. I teach a medium to fast pace vinyasa flow, offer hands-on adjustments when requested, and without a doubt always bring my warm and outgoing personality with me to class. My goal for every class is to inspire and challenge students to discover new connections within themselves, and with others.

Every Sunday @ 2pm
Naam Yoga
141 West 72nd Street
Suite 1  NYC

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May
6
2:00 PM14:00

#itstimetoheal @ Yoga Vida w/Erica Chen - 5/6

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Rhythmic Flows + #itstimetoheal is a collaboration with Exhale to Inhale for the entire month of April where live music and vinyasa yoga will be brought together to support this non-profit organization. With Grant Henry playing the handpan during the entire 60-minute flow, Erica Chen will teach this amazing class.

This final class is a $15 minimum donation and can be prepaid through this site or with cash immediately before the event begins. 

100% of the proceeds from this wonderful event will be donated to Exhale to Inhale.

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Apr
30
7:00 PM19:00

Rhythmic Flows and #itstimetoheal w/Julia Suklevski

live music and vinyasa yoga

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Rhythmic Flows #itstimetoheal is a collaboration for the entire month of April where live music and vinyasa yoga will be brought together to support Exhale to Inhale. With Grant Henry playing the handpan during the entire 60-minute flow, Exhale to Inhale instructor, Julia Suklevski, will teach this amazing class.

25% of the proceeds for the entire month of April will be donated to Exhale to Inhale

Each class is $10 and can be prepaid through Eventbrite or with cash immediately before the event begins. Please note that we only have 30 mats available, so it is best to reserve online beforehand. Mats are provided, but you are more than welcome to bring your own.

Rhythmic Flows:  https://www.rhythmicflows.com
Location:  Kids at Work | 123 W 20th Street #2E, New York, NY 10011

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Apr
29
12:30 PM12:30

ETI x NAAM: Move for Meaning Community Class Sunday - 4/29

Naam Yoga has joined with Exhale to Inhale to provide special donation based community classes every Sunday!  Proceeds from these classes will be donated to ETI and will help us bring the healing practice of yoga to survivors who can most benefit from yoga, yet might not otherwise have access.

Sundays in April join us for an introduction to Naam Yoga

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What is Naam Yoga?  
Naam Yoga works with the healing properties of breathwork, sound meditation and dynamic movement to revitalize the body.  In this Intro to Naam Yoga class, the instructor will guide you through all aspects of breathing techniques, mantras, healing hand positions (mudras), and standing postures. Naam Yoga has many health benefits, such as improving circulation, detoxifying, reducing stress, increasing positivity, and balancing the nervous system.

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Kalpana Kanthan - Kalpana—Sanskrit for imagination—grew up in India and never imagined that she would teach yoga in New York City. A staunch believer in the power of a strong mind-body connection, Kalpana has practiced various forms of bodywork and energy healing, such as Iyengar Yoga, Pranayama, Reiki, Dahn Yoga, and
Pilates, for over 15 years. Naam found her in 2016, bringing her the strength, focus, and faith she needed to push forward at a crucial juncture in her life.

*Hands on assist in class offered by Candy Capili. IG: @botanical.guru01
Investment: $15

Sunday April 29th @ 12:30pm
Naam Yoga
141 West 72nd Street
Suite 1  NYC

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Apr
28
12:30 PM12:30

#itstimetoheal @ Rhinebeck Yoga Studio w/Elle & Liz

Join Elle Renaldo & Liz Levine on Saturday 4/28 from 12:30-1:45pm

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The amazing women & teachers over at Satya Yoga (now known as Rhinebeck Yoga Center) are so graciously teaching another ETI benefit class this April in support of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. 

 

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Rhinebeck resident Elle has loved and practiced yoga for years. Deepening her commitment, she completed her 200-hour training and is continuing her education with Sondra Loring, Liz Levine, and Sarah Willis. Elle’s yoga journey sparked a total life shift, where she realized change in oneself is always possible. Rooted in Vinyasa style, her classes encourage reflection, self-discovery, and inner radiance. Her background in teaching and approachability invite practitioners of all levels to participate. She is honored to be teaching at Satya, the studio that has inspired her in so many ways, and is eager to share all that she learns.

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Liz has practiced yoga for over thirty years, beginning in the early eighties when her mom opened a yoga/aerobics studio on Long Island. As a runner and student she realized early on that yoga was the perfect path for her. She is grateful for the fabulous teachers who have guided her deeper into the practice: Beryl Bender Birch, Thom Birch, Jonji Provenzano and more recently Sondra Loring, Jessie Lee Montague, Ragunath Cappo, Paige Elenson and Baron Baptiste.

Since 2008 she has been honored to complete teacher trainings with Sondra, Jessie and Ragunath, and is nearly certified in Baptiste Yoga. Liz’s Vinyasa classes teach students to develop a love for yoga with all that it has to offer. She is a physician who specializes in Internal Medicine and has started a program to teach yoga and meditation to health care providers.

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Apr
24
7:00 PM19:00

Rhythmic Flows and #itstimetoheal w/Megan Prasad

live music and vinyasa yoga

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Rhythmic Flows #itstimetoheal is a collaboration for the entire month of April where live music and vinyasa yoga will be brought together to support Exhale to Inhale. With Grant Henry playing the handpan during the entire 60-minute flow, Megan Prasad will teach this amazing class.

25% of the proceeds for the entire month of April will be donated to Exhale to Inhale

Each class is $10 and can be prepaid through Eventbrite or with cash immediately before the event begins. Please note that we only have 30 mats available, so it is best to reserve online beforehand. Mats are provided, but you are more than welcome to bring your own.

Rhythmic Flows:  https://www.rhythmicflows.com
Location:  Kids at Work | 123 W 20th Street #2E, New York, NY 10011
Classes also taught on 4/26, 4/27 & 4/30

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Apr
24
10:00 AM10:00

Contemporary Forms @ Gibney Dance Company w/Tyler Schnese

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Join Tyler and Gibney Dance for a fundraising dance class - April 24th

Class Description: GDC’s Artistic Associates offer contemporary dance classes that deepen technique, enhance individual artistry, and offer opportunities to create connections with other class takers through interpersonal experiences forged in movement. Bringing forth a diversity of training and performing experience, each Artistic Associate crafts their own class influenced by these guiding principles and animated by their own personal histories and current investigations.
 
Beginning with somatic and self-reflective practices, classes then progress toward highly rigorous physical states created through experimenting with extremes: strength vs. tenderness, gesture vs. full body physicality, structure vs. play. This class arc is coupled with chances to observe and exchange constructive feedback with others. GDC values leadership-building along all entry points, and company classes reinforce a framework that embraces virtuosity in many forms.

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Tyler Schnese grew up in Appleton, WI. After graduating from SUNY Purchase he joined the Hessisches Staatsballet in Wiesbaden/Darmstadt where he danced works by Alexander Ekman, Richard Siegal, Crystal Pite, Václav Kuneš, Itzik Galili and Marcos Morau (La Veronal) among others. He received a nomination for the German Stage Prize (Der Faust) in 2016 for his interpretation of the title role in Tim Plegge’s Kaspar Hauser. Tyler recently created work for Neo’s Dance Theatre in Akron, OH and is currently based in Brooklyn where he dances with MeenMoves and MADBOOTS DANCE. Tyler is now an Artistic Associate at the Gibney Dance Company.

Open to all students
Gibney Dance Company
280 Broadway (Entrance: 53A Chambers)

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Apr
23
7:30 PM19:30

#itstimetoheal FUNdraising Yoga Class @ Y7 w/Amy & Emily

Join Amy & Emily on 4/23 @ Y7 STUDIO

As part of April’s sexual assault awareness month, Y7 Studio has partnered with Exhale to Inhale to bring you an uplifting 75 minute candlelit vinyasa flow co-taught by Amy Apgar and Emily Torockio at Y7’s beautiful Bowery Lab space. Your $25 donation will go directly to Exhale to Inhale to sponsor a survivor to attend an ETI yoga class. All levels welcome. Mat, towel, sweat, and tunes provided.

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Amy Apgar has practiced and studied movement since childhood, and has over six years of experience as a yoga instructor. She holds a BA in Dance and completed her 200 hour YTT at Prana Power Yoga, has studied with I.Am.You. Studio, The Baptiste Institute, Exhale to Inhale - and continues her studies each and every time she steps into the studio. In addition to teaching full time, she also works as a Teaching Mentor on the teaching management team at Y7 Studio. Amy’s goal is to help students listen and attune to their own unique bodies and minds. Amy believes that yoga should be uplifting, cathartic, empowering, and FUN - a moving meditation that cultivates honor, respect, and value for all parts of your Self. 

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Apr
23
7:00 PM19:00

Rhythmic Flows and #itstimetoheal w/Joelle Ng

live music and vinyasa yoga

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Rhythmic Flows #itstimetoheal is a collaboration for the entire month of April where live music and vinyasa yoga will be brought together to support Exhale to Inhale. With Grant Henry playing the handpan during the entire 60-minute flow, Joelle Ng will teach this amazing class.

25% of the proceeds for the entire month of April will be donated to Exhale to Inhale

Each class is $10 and can be prepaid through Eventbrite or with cash immediately before the event begins. Please note that we only have 30 mats available, so it is best to reserve online beforehand. Mats are provided, but you are more than welcome to bring your own.

Rhythmic Flows:  https://www.rhythmicflows.com
Location:  Kids at Work | 123 W 20th Street #2E, New York, NY 10011
Classes also taught on 4/24, 4/26, 4/27 & 4/30

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Apr
22
12:30 PM12:30

ETI x NAAM: Move for Meaning Community Class Sunday - 4/22

Naam Yoga has joined with Exhale to Inhale to provide special donation based community classes every Sunday!  Proceeds from these classes will be donated to ETI and will help us bring the healing practice of yoga to survivors who can most benefit from yoga, yet might not otherwise have access.

Sundays in April join us for an introduction to Naam Yoga

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What is Naam Yoga?  
Naam Yoga works with the healing properties of breathwork, sound meditation and dynamic movement to revitalize the body.  In this Intro to Naam Yoga class, the instructor will guide you through all aspects of breathing techniques, mantras, healing hand positions (mudras), and standing postures. Naam Yoga has many health benefits, such as improving circulation, detoxifying, reducing stress, increasing positivity, and balancing the nervous system.

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Kalpana Kanthan - Kalpana—Sanskrit for imagination—grew up in India and never imagined that she would teach yoga in New York City. A staunch believer in the power of a strong mind-body connection, Kalpana has practiced various forms of bodywork and energy healing, such as Iyengar Yoga, Pranayama, Reiki, Dahn Yoga, and
Pilates, for over 15 years. Naam found her in 2016, bringing her the strength, focus, and faith she needed to push forward at a crucial juncture in her life.

*Hands on assist in class offered by Candy Capili. IG: @botanical.guru01
Investment: $15

Sunday April 22nd @ 12:30pm
Naam Yoga
141 West 72nd Street
Suite 1  NYC

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Apr
19
7:00 PM19:00

Yoga Nidra & Gong Sound Healing w/Tara and Theresa

From inner peace to outer peace ... #itstimetoheal

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Yoga Nidra or divine sleep is a state of consciousness between waking and sleeping. It is a state where your body is encouraged to reach deep relaxation through a series of verbal instructions given during the session. In yoga nidra the practitioner remains in a state of light pratyahara with four of his or her senses internalised, that is, withdrawn, and only the hearing remains connected to the instructions. The practice of yoga nidra has been found to deeply heal anxiety and tension. Led by Tara Sanders.

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The Gong is one of man’s oldest therapeutic instruments, and has been used in yoga, sound meditation, and vibrational therapy for ages. The sounds and vibrations of the Gong are used for stress reduction, stimulation of the glandular system, and as a facilitator to break up emotional blockages. The sounds of the Gong have the power to resonate in every cell of the body simultaneously causing transformation of the entire self. During a Gong Bath aka a sound bath, all you need to do is relax on your back, or sit up in a meditative posture and experience the healing sounds of the Gong. Led by Theresa  Lyn Widmann. 

$15 Suggested Donation
Anahata
35 North Front St. 2nd Floor
Kingston, NY 12401
www.anahatakingston.com

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Apr
18
6:00 PM18:00

Take Back Your Power - wine, words, book reading & signing

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Take Back Your Power: Join award-winning author Sweta Srivastava Vikram, at the release of her debut U.S. novel Louisiana Catch, and a team of esteemed women panelists working in wellness. Louisiana Catch (Modern History Press) is a book about a grieving daughter and abuse survivor who must summon the courage to run a feminist conference, trust a man she meets over the internet, and escape a catfishing stalker to find her power. 

In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, there will be a panel discussion (featuring Sweta Vikram - Author, Tyvette Symone - ETI Teacher, Marissa Beckett - Director of Programs & Community Partnerships at the NYC Family Justice Center, Queens) on the need for dialogue about the impact of sexual violence on womens' lives, what can we do to better protect ourselves, and how yoga and meditation can help with the healing process. 

There will be wine, words, book reading and signing, Q&A, and a short meditation led by Caroline Smith - ETI Teacher. We think you'll leave feeling inspired, grounded, and grateful.

Louisiana Catch is on U.K.’s “Best Books to Read in 2018” list.

This event is free though you must RSVP

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Apr
16
7:00 PM19:00

Rhythmic Flows and #itstimetoheal w/Rebecca Macies

live music and vinyasa yoga

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Rhythmic Flows #itstimetoheal is a collaboration for the entire month of April where live music and vinyasa yoga will be brought together to support Exhale to Inhale. With Grant Henry playing the handpan during the entire 60-minute flow, Rebecca Macies will teach this amazing class.

25% of the proceeds for the entire month of April will be donated to Exhale to Inhale

Each class is $10 and can be prepaid through Eventbrite or with cash immediately before the event begins. Please note that we only have 30 mats available, so it is best to reserve online beforehand. Mats are provided, but you are more than welcome to bring your own.

Rhythmic Flows:  https://www.rhythmicflows.com
Location:  Kids at Work | 123 W 20th Street #2E, New York, NY 10011
Classes also held on 4/23, 4/24, 4/26, 4/27 & 4/30 @7pm

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Apr
15
12:00 PM12:00

ETI x NAAM: Move for Meaning Community Class Sunday - 4/15

Naam Yoga has joined with Exhale to Inhale to provide special donation based community classes every Sunday!  Proceeds from these classes will be donated to ETI and will help us bring the healing practice of yoga to survivors who can most benefit from yoga, yet might not otherwise have access.

Sundays in April join us for an introduction to Naam Yoga

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What is Naam Yoga?  
Naam Yoga works with the healing properties of breathwork, sound meditation and dynamic movement to revitalize the body.  In this Intro to Naam Yoga class, the instructor will guide you through all aspects of breathing techniques, mantras, healing hand positions (mudras), and standing postures. Naam Yoga has many health benefits, such as improving circulation, detoxifying, reducing stress, increasing positivity, and balancing the nervous system.

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Kalpana Kanthan - Kalpana—Sanskrit for imagination—grew up in India and never imagined that she would teach yoga in New York City. A staunch believer in the power of a strong mind-body connection, Kalpana has practiced various forms of bodywork and energy healing, such as Iyengar Yoga, Pranayama, Reiki, Dahn Yoga, and
Pilates, for over 15 years. Naam found her in 2016, bringing her the strength, focus, and faith she needed
to push forward at a crucial juncture in her life.

Sunday April 15th @ 12pm
Note there's no class on 4/22
Naam Yoga
141 West 72nd Street
Suite 1  NYC

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Apr
14
5:15 PM17:15

#itstimetoheal Flow + Restore with Nikita

Join Nikita Cassidy at Shaktibarre on 4/14!

This class begins with vinyasa flow yoga sequences to help link breath and movement, followed by more restorative and slower-paced movement, ending with a sweet savasana accompanied by reiki energy healing and essential oils.

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Nikita says:  Dealing with anxiety and depression as a teenager, yoga changed and ultimately saved my life. It gave me a safe space to explore my body, while also allowing me to get out of my head. This inspired me to complete my 200-hour training and spread the healing power of yoga to others. My goal is to give my students a safe space to explore themselves and make room for self discovery and transformation.

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Apr
13
4:00 PM16:00

Sarah’s transformative Sweat & Samadhi class plus Author Event

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In honor of sexual assault awareness month, a portion of the proceeds from Sarah’s powerful and transformative Sweat and Samadhi class on Friday, April 13th will be donated to Exhale to Inhale. This special class will be specifically focused on the healing powers of yoga.  

Class will be followed by a book launch and signing, by Exhale to Inhale teacher and award winning author, Sweta Srivastava Vikram. Sweta will be here for the release of her debut U.S. novel, Louisiana Catch, which is currently on U.K.’s “Best Books to Read in 2018” list. Meet the author, and get a copy of this powerful book signed by Sweta after the class!

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Louisiana Catch is a book about a grieving daughter and abuse survivor who must summon the courage to run a feminist conference, trust a man she meets over the internet, and escape a catfishing stalker to find her power.

SYNOPSIS:  “Ahana, a wealthy thirty-three-year-old New Delhi woman, flees the pain of her mother’s death and her dark past read more ...

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Apr
10
7:00 PM19:00

Rhythmic Flows and #itstimetoheal w/Jessica Rapp

live music and vinyasa yoga

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Rhythmic Flows #itstimetoheal is a collaboration for the entire month of April where live music and vinyasa yoga will be brought together to support Exhale to Inhale. With Grant Henry playing the handpan during the entire 60-minute flow, Jessica Rapp will teach this amazing class.

25% of the proceeds for the entire month of April will be donated to Exhale to Inhale

Each class is $10 and can be prepaid through Eventbrite or with cash immediately before the event begins. Please note that we only have 30 mats available, so it is best to reserve online beforehand. Mats are provided, but you are more than welcome to bring your own.

Teacher: Jessica Rapp | http://www.jessicarappyoga.com
Rhythmic Flows:  https://www.rhythmicflows.com
Location:  Kids at Work | 123 W 20th Street #2E, New York, NY 10011
Classes also taught on 4/16, 4/23, 4/24, 4/26, 4/27 & 4/30

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Apr
8
2:00 PM14:00

ETI x NAAM: Move for Meaning Community Class Sunday - 4/8

Naam Yoga has joined with Exhale to Inhale to provide special donation based community classes every Sunday.  Proceeds from these classes will be donated to ETI and will help us bring the healing practice of yoga to survivors who can most benefit from yoga, yet might not otherwise have access.

Every Sunday in April join us for an introduction to Naam Yoga

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What is Naam Yoga?  
Naam Yoga works with the healing properties of breathwork, sound meditation and dynamic movement to revitalize the body.  In this Intro to Naam Yoga class, the instructor will guide you through all aspects of breathing techniques, mantras, healing hand positions (mudras), and standing postures. Naam Yoga has many health benefits, such as improving circulation, detoxifying, reducing stress, increasing positivity, and balancing the nervous system.

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Gabi Martin is a native Bostonian and proud New Yorker. She cares deeply about community, creativity and mindfulness. She was introduced to yoga 10 years ago; quickly realizing the healing benefits, she continued to practice and explore various styles. In 2015, Gabi started attending classes at Naam Yoga New York, and felt at home. She recently completed her Naam Yoga Certification in the Fall of 2017 and is excited to share this generous and joyful practice with the world.  She is grateful for the opportunity to take part in ETIxNAAM: Move for Meaning.

*Hands on assist in class offered by Candy Capili. IG: @botanical.guru01
Investment: $15

Sunday April 8th @ 2pm
Naam Yoga
141 West 72nd Street
Suite 1  NYC

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Mar
30
4:30 PM16:30

Donation based yoga @ Loom Yoga - Friday March 30th

Join us for donation based yoga classes every Friday in March at Loom Yoga Center!

These classes will be taught by graduates of the Loom Yoga Teacher Training program, and all class donations will go to Exhale to Inhale - to help us bring trauma-informed yoga to survivors of domestic violence & sexual assault.

$10 suggested donation
Every Friday in March from 4:30-5:30pm
The Loom Yoga Center

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Mar
25
2:00 PM14:00

NAAM x ETI Community yoga class - March 25th

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Naam has joined with Exhale to Inhale to provide special community classes every Sunday.  Proceeds from these classes will be donated to ETI and will help us bring the healing practice of yoga to survivors who can most benefit, yet might not otherwise have access.

Every class will be lead by a guest teacher. Guest teachers come from diverse backgrounds and approach class with their own unique style and philosophy.

Join Guest Teacher Annie Lee on Sundays in March!

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Hi, my name is Annie Lee and I’m currently a graduate student at Columbia University studying Alzheimer’s Disease. I have recently finished my 200-hour training, and I’m excited to share what I have learned with all of you! My teaching style is alignment-focused Vinyasa, You can expect a well-prepared sequence with a balanced mix of flow and breath work. I also like to take some time in class to really break down key poses to experience the fullest benefits of them! During my free time, I love to go on long walks with my dog, Lucky.

Every Sunday @ 2pm
Naam Yoga
141 West 72nd Street
Suite 1  NYC

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Mar
23
4:30 PM16:30

Donation based yoga @ Loom Yoga - Friday March 23rd

join us for donation based yoga classes every friday in march
@ Loom Yoga Center!

These classes will be taught by graduates of the Loom Yoga Teacher Training program, and all class donations will go to Exhale to Inhale - to help us bring trauma-informed yoga to survivors of domestic violence & sexual assault.

$10 suggested donation
Every Friday in March from 4:30-5:30pm
The Loom Yoga Center

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Mar
18
12:00 PM12:00

NAAM x ETI Community yoga class - March 18th from 12-1pm

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Naam has joined with Exhale to Inhale to provide special community classes every Sunday.  Proceeds from these classes will be donated to ETI and will help us bring the healing practice of yoga to survivors who can most benefit, yet might not otherwise have access.

Every class will be lead by a guest teacher. Guest teachers come from diverse backgrounds and approach class with their own unique style and philosophy.

Join Guest Teacher Annie Lee on Sundays in March!

Annie Lee.JPG

Hi, my name is Annie Lee and I’m currently a graduate student at Columbia University studying Alzheimer’s Disease. I have recently finished my 200-hour training, and I’m excited to share what I have learned with all of you! My teaching style is alignment-focused Vinyasa, You can expect a well-prepared sequence with a balanced mix of flow and breath work. I also like to take some time in class to really break down key poses to experience the fullest benefits of them! During my free time, I love to go on long walks with my dog, Lucky.

Normally Every Sunday @ 2pm - Except this Sunday class is from 12pm - 1pm
Naam Yoga
141 West 72nd Street
Suite 1  NYC

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