BLUE BUDDHA healing arts

fall in love with taking care of your body


Intro to Essential Oils

Have you heard about Essential Oils and are interested in learning more? Do you want to learn how to kick toxic chemicals out of your home, relieve stress, sleep better and live life above the wellness line? In this beginners guide to oils, we will highlight several of the most popular and versatile oils, what you can use them to replace & why Young Living is different!

Lead by: Amber Osborn

December 9th, 2018


$10 per person [If you purchase the essential oil starter kit, your $10 fee will be waived]

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We are hosting our annual OneWarm Coat Drive and collecting clean, gently worn coats of all types and sizes from now until December 8th. This years a little different — for every item that you donate you will be entered into a raffle for a FREE 60 MINUTE MASSAGE. We will be distributing all contributions to people in need in our community.

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Prenatal & Postnatal Yoga

New momma's and soon to be momma's, take some time for yourself! This yoga class is ideal for pregnant women and those who are recovering from childbirth. We will focus on yoga poses, breath work, and relaxation techniques that will help with childbirth and recovery. Physically and mentally easing discomforts that come with pregnancy and help the rehabilitation of the body postpartum. This class is open to all points of pregnancy as well as those postpartum looking to move in a safe and beneficial way.

Sunday January 20th | 10:30-11:30 AM

$20 per person

[ This workshop is included in our unlimited monthly yoga membership + 10 mat class card ]

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LoveYourBrain Yoga for the Traumatic Brain Injury Community

Six Week Gentle Yoga and Meditation Series

A FREE 6-week yoga and meditation program for people who have experienced a TBI (including concussion) and their caregivers. People will have the opportunity to:

Practice gentle yoga adapted for the TBI community, Learn meditation techniques to promote relaxation, Connect with others and build lasting relationships through group discussion

Our programs start in January, April, July, and October. Classes are limited to 13 students so reserve your space today.

Upcoming series at Blue Buddha:

January 9th - February 13th | Saturday’s from 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Visit for more information + registration details


Yin Yoga Class with Jennifer Ciarimboli

Yin yoga is a slow-paced style of yoga with postures, or asanas, that are held for longer periods of time—for beginners, it may range from 45 seconds to two minutes; more advanced practitioners may stay in one asana for five minutes or more.

March 15th | 6:00 - 8:00 PM


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Yin Yoga Teaching Immersion

Open to all CYT 200 Yoga Instructors

Required for any instructors pursuing the full program

How to Safely Incorporate Yin Yoga Shapes to Vinyasa Classes with Jen Ciarimboli

March 15th | 6:00-8:00 PM Yin Yoga Class (Also Open to the public)

March 16th | 10:00-4:00 PM Teaching Immersion

In this six-hour immersion learn how to safely use and blend Yin Yoga shapes with our Vinyasa Flow classes, in order to complement the intention of the class. We'll spend ample time looking at how connective tissue is targeted in Yin Yoga, how it responds to passive holds in the practice and how to safely move beyond a passive hold.

We'll also cover some of the more controversial topics in Yin Yoga including:

Is Yin Yoga safe? Should we ever "stress" a joint? What is creep and why should we care? Yin Yoga for special populations

$125 per person

[ Attendance to Yin Yoga on March 15th with Jennifer is required to any teacher enrolled in the immersion on March 16th. The Yin Yoga class cost is included in the immersion cost ]

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Yin Yoga Teacher Training with Jennifer Ciarimboli

Yin Teacher Training Fundamentals

May 31st - June 3rd, 2019 | 10:00AM-6:00PM

June 14th - June 16th, 2019 | 10:00AM-6:00PM

In this 50-hour training, including 45 contact hours, we will explore the foundational theories, benefits and teaching methodology of Yin Yoga. We discuss the deep ancient roots of the practice and how the Taoist & Buddhist philosophies have shaped and influenced the intentions and teachings. Together, through practice, lecture, dyad and small group work, we’ll explore the non-striving, passive nature of yin yoga and the importance of intentionality. Significant time will be spent on understanding the foundation of the meridian system of Chinese medicine as it relates to yin yoga and how Qi is affected through the practice. We will take time to delve deeply into the yin yoga shapes, sequencing, and to how to incorporate yin yoga and philosophy into any practice for any student population. A great emphasis will be placed on daily practice, self inquiry and developing a mindfulness practice in your role as a yin yoga teacher.

This training is suitable for teachers with a minimum of 200 hrs of prior yoga teacher training with a desire to teach yin yoga.


• Yin Yoga philosophy

Anatomy and the understanding of our own natural pattern

Yin Yoga & the energy body, basic understanding of the meridian system, organ pairs & Qi

• Understanding Yin Yoga Shapes, including variations, modifications, use of props and sequencing

What it means to hold a safe, sacred space for a Yin practice


Visit our Facebook event page for a full description on the teacher training or learn more about Jennifer here.

*Please call our studio to sign up*


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