Nourish News

Here you will find up to date information on studio happenings, schedule changes and more.

  • Happy Solstice!Happy Solstice!
    Today marks the shortest day of the year and the longest night. From this day until Midsummer, the days will grow longer. This is acknowledged and celebrated throughout many cultures. In Celtic tradition, the Winter Solstice was a time of rebirth and renewal, as signified by the return of the sun. Annually, my family lights up the darkest night with a bonfire and the warmth and light of good friends. No matter what your tradition, this is a lovely opportunity to reflect on the year past and set intentions for the year ahead. We have a few schedule changes to reflect the holiday weeks ahead. There will be no 6pm class on Monday Dec 21, Thursday Dec 24 and Thursday Dec ...
  • December 2020December 2020
    As 2020 winds down, let’s make this a month to remember! Set aside time to care for your tender heart as the holidays may not look like they have in years past. Tune in to simple pleasures. Try a new recipe. Read a good book. Go for a hike and breathe in the beauty that surrounds you. Put on some Christmas music and dance in your kitchen. Simmer cinnamon sticks, cloves and orange peel in a pot of water on the stove and let it scent the air. There are so many ways to infuse a little happiness into your life.
  • Save Big November 28 OnlySave Big November 28 Only
    Purchase a 2 month class pass and receive the 3rd month 50% off. Commit to your Practice and your community this holiday season! This is available as a gift certificate as well!
  • Happy Thanksgiving!
    This is a season where we cultivate and acknowledge gratitude. It may feel more challenging than years past, but I am confident we can all find a few things. Our health. A roof over our heads. Food in our bellies. Our yoga community. I, for one, am grateful for YOU! Your continued support keeps the doors open during this pandemic. You, showing up again and again, inspires others to do the same and through this action, our community grows, deepens, becomes richer and more connected. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. There are a few things I want to share with you. Firstly, if you have travelled out of New England over the holidays or been in contact with someone who has ...
  • A New Yoga Book I Want You to Know About! Plus Free Masterclass
    I’m so excited to share that Embrace Yoga’s Roots: Courageous Ways to Deepen Your Yoga Practice – is now LIVE! Written by my mentor, Susanna Barkataki, she invites you to embrace a deeper understanding of yoga by exploring the history and injustices contributing to the separation experienced when a yoga practice ignores traditions. Then, learn how to embody that understanding using the tools and resources she offers, guiding your practice toward a more honorable, inclusive, and liberated yogic state.    It is such an honor to support Susanna in sharing this amazing resource! Go here to get your copy of the book. Much love, Lanta
  • Black Friday Add-On
    This class was born out of a conversation with Jessica Leff of Parker Mountain Comfort Wraps, in which we felt a desire to “bring our hearts together”. Join us directly after the 9am Classical Yoga class to combine breath, movement, visualization and the element of fire to gain clarity and invite inspiration. Tune in to what your heart needs and how best to support yourself in the holiday season. Sign up here.
  • An amazing week ahead!An amazing week ahead!
    We have an amazing week ahead! 3 offerings with 3 wise women! Relax into restorative postures with Lisa sharing inspiring poetry. Explore your imagination through ancestral journeying with Jess. Tap into your inner wisdom with Sheri.
  • Be Gentle With Yourselves.
    Tomorrow is a big day and no matter what the outcome, there will be challenges. It’s going to be uncomfortable. As yogis, we know how to sit in discomfort. We know how to return to center. We know how to tap into our breath and be present to whatever is unfolding. And when we forget all that we know we can forgive ourselves. We can offer ourselves grace. We can be gentle with ourselves. Sip tea. Bake. Take a nap. Or a bath. Or both. This month, I have curated a series of offerings to support you…the gentle wisdom of Lisa Wagner, a journeying class, tapping into intuition through the brow/3rd eye chakra, and a Black Friday alternative to mass ...
  • Happy Halloween!
    October is my favorite month! Maybe that is because it’s my birthday month (lol) or that I love dressing up on Halloween (Samhain), but I think it goes deeper than that. Life feels vital and urgent to me in Fall. Leaves are falling off the trees. Days are getting shorter. We have harvested the last of our gardens in preparation for the first hard freeze. We have stacked the wood and winterized all the things. We are in the frenzy of ready-making. This preparation is as old as time. Did you know that Samhain, a Gaelic festival marking the end of the harvest season and the beginning of winter, shows up in literature from about the 10th century on! No wonder we feel ...
  • We’ve got you!
    We are firmly entrenched in October. Election day is looming. Covid numbers are up and the days are getting shorter. That’s enough to throw anyone out of sorts! How are you? Stop and take a deep breath. Check in with yourself. It is natural to notice some apprehension, or feel some tension in the body. Take a moment to extend compassion to yourself. These are challenging times. BUT you have everything you need to move through them with grace and ease. You have yoga. Patanjali teaches us that by restraint of the fluctuations in our mind, we will experience yoga or union; self-realization. This restraint is developed through practice and non-attachment…through asana (poses) and pranayama (breath work)…through self-inquiry and meditation. These ...

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