This event is being hosted by the wonderful Crystal Kemp. Global Raw will be providing the raw vegan food options and loves to support our fellow community members. If you are in the Portland or Vancouver area check out the link below for more information.
The word equinox means equal. “Nox” means night. It is said that there is an equal amount of daylight and night during this time.
We have chosen to take this day to encourage balance and change within ourselves and welcome the yoga community to our home in Battle Ground, to participate with the same like-mindedness.
There are multiple myths, practices, superstitions, and rituals associated with the equinox, all of which we respect. It is our desire to unite fellow yogi’s in thanks, food, bodywork, music, balancing asanas, meditation and entertainment.
We invite you to take a moment upon arrival to write down what you’ve been most thankful for this year, and something that you wish to let go of. Note cards and writing utensils will be provided. We will have a pot to hold the notes of thanks, which will be shared anonymously during the meditation. We are also using a fire pit to burn the writings of the things you want to let go of.
Please fill out the online form if you are planning to be in attendance of this unique yoga event. Space is limited to only 40 attendees. We are VERY dog friendly, so please feel free to bring your socialized canine along. It will have a 3/4 acre kennel with a covered dog house to play in with our dogs.
(4:30-5:00) Arrive/check in relax, enjoy the outdoors
(5-5:30) Meet & Greet
(5:30-5:45) Set Up Mats
(5:45-6) Group Guided Meditation
(6-7) Beginning Balancing Sequences
(7-7:45) Snack & Chat
(8-9) Intermediate Balancing Sequences
(9-9:30) Snack, Chat & Dessert
(9:45-?) Poi Fire Dance
Food provided by
Chef Teri Vlaskamp