Welcome to Samadhi!
September is a great month for Samadhi Events. Join us for any or all of these great offerings!
108 for a Cause – with the Give Back Yoga Foundation
All proceeds support the Prison Yoga Project
~ Suggested donation: $30 ~
Led by Saraphina Mesmer!
Friday the 19th, 6-8pm. Find out more HERE
Yoga and Neurosculpting ~ The Gateway to Nourishing Relationships
Learn meditation and yoga techniques to rewire new patterns of intimacy!
$70 – couples receive a 20% discount!
Sunday the 21st, 12-4pm. Find out more HERE and about Neurosculpting HERE
Principle-Based Partner Yoga™: Techniques for Teachers and Other Practitioners
with Elysabeth Williamson, founder and Samadhi 500HR Trainer
Friday the 26th, 6-8pm: INTRODUCTION
Saturday the 27th, 1:30-3:30pm: ASSISTING AND ADJUSTING POSTURES
Saturday, 6-8:30pm: MOVING BEYOND DUALITY
and Sunday the 28th, 12:30-3pm: PARTNER INVERSIONS AND AERIAL POSTURES
Take the Full Weekend for $185, Single Sessions for $108, or just Friday night for only $25!!!
Find out more about the training HERE and about Elysabeth HERE
FREE Senior Yoga in September!
with Samadhi’s September teacher of the month:
Dr. Gail Waldstein
Senior Yoga for Healthy Aging
Sundays ~ 3:00 – 4:15 PM
Gail Waldstein, M.D. is a retired pathologist, poet and writer who is a registered yoga teacher. She trained atSamadhi in 2010, and then at Duke Integrative Medicine in Therapeutic Yoga for Seniors. She is attentive to safety, careful of body alignment, and an enthusiastic practitioner who offers classes in hatha, yin and restorative.
Her yogic mission is to offer safe, invigorating yoga instruction because she understands the body and the importance of keeping it healthy and active as we age. Gail believes playing in the body is an integral aspect of living well and coordinates the asana practice with the breath, as well as encouraging a mind/body connection. Her series of poses vary, focusing on flexibility, balance, core strength, as well as maintaining healthy joints, preventing osteoporosis, and stress reduction. She currently teaches boomer/senior yoga at Samadhi, at Cherry Creek Athletic Club, and at several Denver Park and Rec centers.
“As you get older you will understand more and more that it’s not about what you look like or what you own, its all about the person you’ve become”
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Samadhi is a beautiful space with positive energy and staff. My experience at Samadhi has enhanced and advanced my love of yoga, beyond asana and beyond my time in classes. ~ LBJ
Samadhi is the answer to my soul’s need for a comprehensive yoga practice and sangha. The teachers keep growing with us, and the students are clearly thriving. ~ Lisa Kaley-Isley
When I walked into Samadhi, I knew this was the center my heart has been looking for. Samadhi teaches not only the poses of yoga, but also the spiritual aspect, all within an external space created with an intention of peace allowing me to connect with that internal peace of stillness, that connection to the divine. ~ Tracey Thiele
I have tried several yoga studios in the Denver area, but none compare to Samadhi. All of the instructors are great, with each offering something unique. I have never been disappointed. Samadhi is a beautiful place to practice. ~ Kerry O’Hanlon
Samadhi and yoga have become a central part of my life. I enjoy the many facets; my spirituality, exercise, a sense of community. The staff and instructors are very open and helpful. The effect in my life is broad and deep. I am very appreciative of the experience, the center and the people. ~ Steve Fante
Samadhi is a true treasure for yogis in Denver . Practicing at Samadhi provides a wonderful sense of devotion, strength and existence. ~ Ana Luevano