Events

National Yoga Month: Events and Deals in Metro Phoenix

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Urban Yoga

For the entire month of September, all of the studio's 6:30 a.m. sunrise flow classes are $8. Additionally, the studio is offering specials on monthly massage auto-pay memberships, which cost $30 for a half-hour, $50 for one hour, $75 for one and one-half hours, and $100 for two hours.

Wednesday, September 11, from 5:30 p.m. to 6:45 p.m.: Sundown Yoga at the Garden. Practice with nature at the Desert Botanical Garden. Cost is $18 general or $14 for members. (Sundown Yoga will be every Wednesday at the same time through 10/16)

Friday through Sunday, September 13 to 15: Anatomy of Spirit weekend intensive with Mary Bruce Delve into the subtle body energies, learning about chakras, koshnas, gunas, and vayus. Learn the relationship between these subtle centers through theory and tantric practices that bring dynamic balance to the body and mind.

New students can sign up for a two-week trial membership for $25.

Sumits Yoga Scottsdale

If you're new to the studio you can do a special two-week trial membership for $20. The studio has recently added flow and yin classes to the schedule.

Sumits Yoga Biltmore Sunday, September 15, from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.: Handstand workshop with Mollie Karlicek Wanna learn how to invert, or build the confidence and strength to do so without a wall? Whether your goal is to learn the basics of the handstand or how to gain more hang time, you might want to check this workshop out. The class is $35.

Sunday, September 22 at 1:30 p.m: Fall Equinox 108 Sun Salutations workshop with Julie Blew Ring in the fall the right way, by reconnecting to your energy source and deepening awareness of the changes in the body and mind that come with the change of seasons. Cost is $35.

New students can do a two-week trial membership for $20

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