WHAT I DO?
-Making KARMA Work for You-
with Venerables Tarpa and Venerable Chonyi from Sravasti Abbey
Friday, October 14, 2016
6 pm to 7:30 pm
Join us for an evening of exploring the effects of our thoughts and actions, and the power they hold over our pain and happiness.
Sponsored by CDA Dharma Friends
11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Christine will gently guide you to meet your "edge" and draw your gaze toward inner attention. Through this practice you will re-member your innate wisdom.
All that is required to participate is your curiosity and willingness to practice presence.
to reserve your spot!
COMMUNITY YOGA is 2-years old!! Community Yoga is the opportunity for our studio and teachers to give back to our community by offering current and new students a discounted price of $5.00/class, no one turned away for lack of funds. Space available on first come basis, drop-in only.
Teachers at Morning Light rotate the teaching schedule, giving students an opportunity to experience the different teaching styles amongst the participating teachers.
It is our mission to make yoga accessible and affordable to our beloved community.
For more information: 208-667-3813
Yoga Nidra means yogic sleep- a state of conscious deep sleep for extreme relaxation and subtler spiritual exploration. It is a unique marriage of science and spirit, taking your brain to the alpha state and eventually the even deeper theta wave state.
Experience the power of Sound- sound healing techniques activate each chakra, massages the subtle bodies, and are designed to resonate with the higher frequencies of consciousness as you are guided to an inner journey to amplify the vision of life in a wider landscape.
This has been a well-attended event so please arrive early to reserve your spot. Please, no late arrivals. Door will be locked once the meditation begins in respect to students who have settled in. Unfortunately we cannot allow children to attend this meditation event.
Husband and wife, Rob and Melissa, are kirtan artists, yoga teachers and storytellers. Melissa’s angelic voice is the perfect compliment to Rob’s more earthy, singer-songwriter vocals, and together they create an accessible environment that invites both the uninitiated and the more experienced kirtan participants to feel welcome.
What's kirtan? Click here if you're unfamiliar with kirtan.
Here's what studio owners and yoga teachers are saying about Rob and Melissa:
"Rob and Melissa bring the beauty and the bhav."
-Daniel Stewart, kirtan artist/co-owner Rising Lotus Yoga
and Melissa light up the room with their soulful voices and their
passion for Sanskrit chants and inspirational lyrics. Together they
capture the audience with their joy-filled performances and their sweet
glances at each other. If kirtan is indeed a path to the Divine, then
Rob & Melissa will
pave the way."
-Jeni Martinez, Owner/Three Trees Yoga
"I love me some Rob and Melissa kirtan! They create an incredibly warm and inviting atmosphere where people can let their voices shine. Their harmonies together along with Rob's amazing guitar playing soothe the soul and bring much joy."
-MJ Daniels, Teacher/8 Limbs Yoga
"Whenever I think of working with Rob and Melissa, I smile. They are truly Bhakti Yogis leading with heart and soul. Their gift of kirtan will change you. You will smile more too."
-Jenniferlyn (JL) Chiemingo, Dir. of Yoga/hauteyoga Queen Anne
"Rob and Melissa...bitchin' kirtan!"
-Amber Tande, Owner/Sutra Yoga
Rob is a singer/songwriter with a message of joy and celebration who began sharing his music with the yoga community after a teacher heard one of his songs, "Breathe", bought a CD and began playing it in her yoga classes. Then the same teacher asked him to lead a kirtan at her studio, and he and Melissa have been chanting ever since. Besides singing kirtan with Melissa, Rob continues to write, record and perform as a solo artist. Learn more
Although Melissa has been singing her entire life, it was through Rob's encouragement that she began sharing her sweet, lyrical voice with others. Through the discovery of kirtan and bhakti yoga she found deeper access to her authentic voice. Melissa began her practice of yoga over 15 years ago, and has been teaching since 2012. Whether leading kirtan or a yoga practice, Melissa provides a safe space to honor the humility of curiosity and welcomes the thrill of discovery in the potential of each individual's expression.
In addition to leading kirtans, Rob and Melissa also teach workshops and live music yoga classes.
Click here for a full list of their offerings
For booking info or any other questions, please email:
Teresa has been offering Restorative Yoga in the Coeur d'Alene community for more than a decade, receiving inspiration from the first Restorative Yoga class she attended in Seattle during her Teachers' Training. She is especially inspired by the work of Judith Hanson Lasater, internationally known yoga teacher.
Teresa will lead you in a journey of deep relaxation and renewal. Come enjoy a place of safety and calm during this once-a-month class.
Come experience the immersion of sound healing that reverberates throughout your body. Waves of healing vibrations wash over each cell of your body, realigning you to your highest consciousness.
Debbie is an intuitive Healer who is passionate about facilitating healing through the medium of the sound of the Himalayan Singing Bowls.
Come relax, restore, and heal.
Details for this class will be posted soon!
Instructor: Christine Lovejoy
Appropriate for seniors; those with limited range of motion and chronic pain; larger bodies; and people recovering from joint replacements (doctor and/or PT released).
Please call for more information or questions and to register and prepay: 667-3813.
Class will be limited to 10 students.
Formal sitting & walking meditations. All traditions welcomed. Basic instructions on meditation techniques per request.
DHARMA CLASS: Thursdays, 5:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Cost: Dana
Tibetan Buddhist tradition, under the guidance of Sravasti Abbey - practice includes silent meditation, visualization, recitations and chanting (sadhana), and guided Lam Rim meditation. Practice and study are led by the lay community.
We are currently studying from the SAFE modules (Sravasti Abbey Friends Education), a distance learning program that focuses on one's personal and inner transformation through the study and practice of the Buddha's teachings.
We are also studying from Marshall Rosenberg's Non-Violent/Compassionate Communication on the fourth Thursday of every month.
In the Buddhist tradition, it is customary to offer dana or generosity to the facilitator and/or to the studio.
4th Thursday of every month 5:30-7:00 p.m. Cost: Dana
If you want to learn "deep-listening" and develop skills to communicate your authentic feelings and needs, then come study and learn this simple yet powerful methodology for communicating. You will learn how to develop compassionate communication.
We are currently studying "What You Say Matters by Judith and Ike Lasater. It is helpful to read the current chapter ahead of time.
Marashall Rosenberg provides us with the most effective tools to better health and relationships. "Nonviolent Communication connects soul to soul, creating a lot of healing. It is the missing element in what we do." -DEEPAK CHOPRA, author of Ageless Body, Timeless Mind