Rainbow Hills Community Center is a place for connection, offering classes and workshops in the physical, mental and spiritual arts. We know that where two or more people are gathered with a shared loving intent, a beautiful synergy occurs. By connecting with ourselves, each other, our Earth and The Cosmos, we will heal ourselves and our world.
Gather at the equinox, solstice and full moon. Join our drum circle to connect with the seasons.
A sacred space to honor the journey of your soul through healing ceremonies and rites of passage.
Uniting breath with movement to calm the mind, strengthen the body and harmonize our energy fields.
I first discovered Yoga while living in New York City during the mid-nineties. I spent a week at the Sivananda Ashram in Upstate New York,where I was introduced to asanas, pranama and yogic philosophy. I continued practicing Sivananda Yoga for the next 7 years. During that time I became interested in the history of yoga which led me to the study of Astanga yoga, and, eventually to The Krishnamacharya Yoga Mandiram in Chennai, India. There at the birthplace of Yoga, I learned the importance of breath, and had the wonderful opportunity to study Vedic Chanting and a form of energy work called Pranic Healing. Several years later, while living in Santa Cruz, CA, I discovered Tri Yoga, a wonderful form of flow yoga created by Yogini Kaliji. Today I teach a form of energy flow yoga which incorporates the many teachings I have benefited from. I think of asanas as body mudras. When the body is holding a specific asana, it changes the energy flow in the body. When combined with breath awareness they give you the beautiful energy practice of Yoga. And, ultimately, the practice prepares the body for meditation.
Balance your body, mind, and spirit with yoga and tai-chi.
Expand your mind through learning Sanskrit, herbal therapies and more.
Join us for drum circle and dancing or meditation and silence.
Find your tribe at Rainbow Hills Community Center where all are welcome.
Due to COVID-19, please wear a mask when arriving for class.
We will be outdoors and spaced approximately 12 feet apart during class, so you’ll be able to enjoy your practice without a mask.
Please bring your mat, and a towel to put under the mat. If you don’t have a mat, please contact Christine.
COST: Suggested donation $5 – $12. Donations will be used to construct our outdoor pavilion.