Mohari is your space to gather, learn, share knowledge, and ask questions.
Our workshops are designed to increase your efficacy in healing and in your ability to thrive. Our classes and workshops are here to spread the knowledge of holistic wellness and to help you discover which practices are best for you as an individual, and for your community.
Upcoming Classes & Workshops
AcroYoga – Partner Thai Massage June 30th
Another season of community gathering and connection through the Magic of AcroYoga
AcroYoga is a playful connection that celebrates the joy of embodiment. A practice of kind communication, through verbal and body language. A dance of interweaving energy lines, bones, muscle strength and breath. AcroYoga teaches us how we connect and relate to others, how much we can trust and how much unconditional support we are capable of providing.
We typically work in teams of three where we take turns basing, flying and spotting. Some skills you will develop with AcroYoga include: Active flexibility, finding your center of gravity, aligning your bones with your partner, and efficient use of your strength.
Suitable for all levels, beginners welcome!
About the teacher
Tamara has been practicing yoga for over 20 years and teaching since 2012. Her greatest passion is sharing AcroYoga, because she believes that true yoga happens when we apply all the inner and outer work achieved in your individual yoga practice to connect with others in kind and playful ways. As an AcroYoga teacher she will cheer and coach you into discovering your abilities for greatness, play and trust.
$25.00 Add to cart
2 for 1
First time students only
$50.00 Add to cart
SOUND “Healing” TEMPLE
Sunday Sound “Healing” Temple with Jeffrey Mooney, and special musical guests.
A super sonic voyage where deep listening, lush and rich sounds will relax, elevate and energize you. We will use a range of musical flavors from the low hum of Tibetan bowls, didgeridoo, Halo and trance drumming to live looping of kalimba, flute and voice. We create sound scapes together.
Jeffrey Mooney has been performing and teaching in the Bay Area for over 25 years. He was one of the winners of an IZZIE award for the soundtrack for Sean Dorsey’s “The Missing Generation” this year and has made numerous compositions for Bay area artist as well as performing his own work. He has been teaching a ritualistic approach to music, rhythm, and voice to bring people together and recover our natural creative spirit.
Levitation may occur.
July 2nd, 2017. 11am-1pm
August 6th, 2017. 11am-1pm
Salaam (Peace) Yoga for Women
Monday July 10th & 24th, 2017. 7pm – 8pm
Salaam (Peace) Yoga is a therapeutic Raja yoga class for women, especially women of color, Muslim women, etc. who may face more physical and mental barriers to accessing self care due to stress that has accumulated over the course of their lives. Raja yoga combines the yoga ABC’s: Asana (movement), Breath (prana), and Centering (meditation) to promote healing and enhance stress resilience. In addition to benefiting from the yoga practice in class, you will learn some at-home techniques to manage stress. Limited mats will be provided for a fee ($1).
Please arrive early to minimize disruptions to the class. The first class of the month is donation-based with a suggested donation of $10-30, whereas the second class of the month is $18.
$18.00 Add to cart
Kiiko Matsumoto Style Acupuncture Seminar
August 19-20, 2017. 8:30am-5:30pm
Musculoskeletal Disorders and Back Treatments.
Presenter: Monika Kobylecka
This is an advanced Kiiko Matsumoto seminar, students will review diagnostic skills, review treatment strategies, learn more detailed treatment strategies and theories used to treat common clinical presentations, and how to quickly assess patients using Kiiko Matsumoto Style (KMS) acupuncture. Focusing on the treatment of the yin and yang aspects of the human body, this class will review front treatment strategies and add detailed supporting back treatments for common musculoskeletal problem affected by pathologies of the back- low back pain, sciatica presentations, neck pain, piriformis syndrome, TMJ, headaches, degenerative disc disease, scoliosis and much more. This seminar will review abdominal reflexes, front treatment strategies, and clinical shortcuts. Monika Kobylecka, LAc is currently one of the principle teachers of KMS acupuncture seminars in the United States, and is the co-author of Kiiko Matsumoto’s forthcoming textbook. Monika works closely by Kiiko’s side. Monika also treats pediatric pain patients at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. Her clear, step-by-step, hands-on seminars are essential for all practitioners wishing to learn KMS acupuncture. Class size is limited to 30 participants. The small class size will allow for ample one-on-one practice for students to gain self-efficacy in applying these skills in the clinic. Class is open for both beginner and advanced KMS practitioners.
- Properly identify and palpate.
- Understand how to use palpation skills and the patient’s medical history to choose effective treatments for both acute and chronic pain.
- Learn specific needling techniques used in Kiiko Matsumoto Style acupuncture to maximize the efficacy of a treatment.
With early purchase, students will be forwarded a PDF version of the class outline. We encourage students to review these notes in advance and come to class with any questions in mind. 14 CA CEU’s PENDING
Please email us at info@Mohari.Life for any questions.
- Early Bird: sold out
- Early’ish Bird: $350
- Regular Price: $400
$400.00 Add to cart