Make and Take Class

Hosted by Amanda Kocur

Sunday March 29th

2:00pm – 3:30pm

Join us for an afternoon of learning about Young Living Essential oils and how they have changed our lives! You’ll have the opportunity to smell and try out oils and you won’t leave without a few homemade goodies of your own!  Some of the goodies you can look forward to making are: colored bath salts, lemon fresh sea scrub, sleep spray, and a face sugar scrub.

Sign up required by March 21st


Kundalini Yoga Workshop

with David Dragonfly

Join David for an afternoon of Kriyas and meditations used to awaken the dormant power within.

Changes in technology, society, and sociology are profound in their impact on our lives. In the chaos of the information age, people find it difficult to connect with their quiet inner life. Our mind, body, and spirit must be aligned to work with and accept these changes. This ancient science has helped mankind throughout history. All we need to do is to dive in and keep practicing.

Kundalini Yoga is the yoga of the Aquarian Age.

No experience necessary, all levels welcome.





Daoist Yoga Workshop


Introduction to Daoist Yoga

Tradition, practice and mysticism.

with Sifu Damon Honeycutt

Dates: April 25th & 26th

Time: from 11:30 to 5:30 pm each day

Cost: $150 both days, $90 one day

This workshop is an introduction to the art of Daoist Yoga.  Daoist Yoga is an internal practice that uses both static (Yin) and dynamic (Yang) postures to promote health, flexibility, strength and longevity. The primal energies of Yin and Yang are integrated with the Wu xing (5 Elements : Earth, Wood, Metal, Fire, Water) allowing practitioners of Daoist Yoga to fully understand the subtleties of expansive and intrinsic energy.

This workshop will give the participant :

a deeper understanding of Daoist Yoga

tools to empower the students personal practice

an introduction Daoist history and tradition

practical explanations and applications of Jing, Qi, and Shen

Yin and Yang elemental postures

What is?

Daoist Yoga


Daoist Yoga is an internal practice that can uses both static (yin) and moving (Yang)postures to promote health, flexibility and strength. The primal energies of yin and Yang are then integrated with the wu xing (5 elements). This manifold way evolves the art to a deeper understanding for the practitioner to harvest a lifelong cultivation that enfolds within the practice itself.

With breath, motion and intention, Daoist Yoga enhances the jing (essence), refines qi(energy) and brings shen (spirit) force of all who practice.

Daoist yoga not only provides a development of acumen and character but gives the body, mind and spirit preparation for advanced practice in any movement art, thus being a great foundation or supplement to any training.

Sifu Damon Honeycutt was one of Paul and Suzee Grilley’s early students, with their recommendation he went on to become one of Daoist Master Paulie Zink’s core pupils. Damon travels and teaches the Daoist arts to a select few in the USA and abroad.