It is our goal to bring inspiring guest teachers to the Greenville area, as well as offer workshops with knowledgeable, local teachers. We hope that you will find a variety of workshops and events that enable you to discover and learn more about your own yoga practice. Please arrive no later than 10 minutes before a workshop start time out of respect to our guest teachers.
If you are interested in our retreat schedule, please visit our retreats page and be sure to sign up at least four to six weeks in advance.
To pre-register for any workshop, you can pay online using the class calendar or bring a check to the studio.
Anniversary Celebrations- 14 Years!
Bring a Friend for FREE!
- For the week of August 16-23, bring a friend to Greenville Yoga and their class is free.
- If they like class, they can come back, sign their waiver, get a new student pass and join us for more fun.
- $1 per entry
- First prize: 1 year of yoga!
- Second prize: 3 months of yoga
- Third prize: Manduka yoga mat or 1 month of yoga
- Enter beginning August 1st
- Drawing held 8/23 at 7pm at Paris Mountain State Park
- All money goes directly to Homeless Period Project
August 23- Potluck Party at Paris Mountain State Park
- Bring the whole family
- Outdoor games, field, creek and fire pit provided
- Resident Dogs will be providing vegan, veggie and gourmet hot dogs
- Bring a favorite side dish, dessert or drink to share
- FREE- we are paying park entrance for you for the day
- Hike 4:30-5:30, Party 5:30pm- 8:30pm
August 25- Sacred Movement with Liz
- Level 2 & 3 Flow Class to close out our anniversary month!
- Set to a specific music playlist created by Max Strom
- Regular class price
Next Level: Bhakti Yoga Flow with Erick Herlong
September 7, 2019
Bhakti flow combines aspects of love, compassion and healing with the grace of vinyasa flow yoga. This workshop will not only stretch your body and your breath but will also stretch your heart by inviting you to move beyond the physical aspects of the practice and experience the asanas on an emotional level. The workshop will begin with a short talk, which will introduce Bhakti yoga along with a theme. This theme will be woven throughout the workshop. We will then have a 90-minute asana practice with specially selected music which will enhance the theme and energy of the class. We will incorporate universal mantras through Kirtan (singing together) – at the close of the class.
This workshop will challenge you to let go of anything in your life that feels stagnant, it will empower you to create the life you desire by asking you to embrace the truth of who you are. The workshop will seek to provide a space for you to explore your yoga practice on a deeper more personal level in an effort to encourage you to live your life to its highest potential.
cost: $24 (Free to Inspired Path Members)
From Summer to Fall: Seasonal Yin with Matt
September 21, 2019
Join Matt for a double Yin class this time. We will begin with a series for the lower body to let go of the time of heightened activity in the summer. This is the series for the Stomach and Spleen associated with feelings of anxiety and equanimity. After a brief rest, Matt will guide you through a series for the upper body that prepares you for fall- a time of turning in and a little more quiet. This series will target the Lungs and Large Intestine and has to do with the feelings of grief and inspiration (or letting go).
cost: $24 ($20 Inspired Path Members)
Yoga Nidra: Sleep of the Yogi
September 27, 2019
Join Jill for deep relaxation and the sleep of the Yogi. Decompress from your work week in a whole new way.
If you plan to attend, please pre-register on our website. It helps us know how many props to have on hand to be sure you are supported and can rest with ease.
future dates: 10/11, 10/25, 11/1, 11/22, 12/13, 12/27
time: Fridays, 7:15-8:15pm
cost: regular class price
Period Packing Party!!!
Sunday- October 6, 2019
We NEED you! Each quarter we are hosting a Period Packing Party for the Homeless Period Project. It is a great way to serve, laugh and get to know one another. We could use your time and / or donations:
For example, if our goal is to make 200 packs we will need to raise:
*1000 tampons (25 boxes)
*1000 pads (21 boxes)
*1000 liners. (21 boxes)
And we need beautiful humans to pack these care packages. Many hands create light work. We hope to see you here!
Books Worth Talking About
October 13, 2019
This isn’t a book club, exactly, but a chance to read meaningful books and talk about them with nice people. We’ll choose books that well help us learn and grow, but that (hopefully) won’t feel like a chore to read. You can read all the books, or just pick and choose what’s of interest to you. Join us in reading:
The Art of Asking: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Let People Help
by Amanda Palmer
Amanda argues that there is beauty in receiving—in allowing those who love you, or even total strangers—to help. But asking for help can be hard. From her time as a street performer in Boston to her days sleeping on fan’s couches as a touring musician, Amanda discovered that allowing people to help her fostered connections of greater love and depth than she ever could have imagined. Amanda is a great writer who’s led a fascinating life. She’s honest and shares her failures as well as her successes.
Meet at Coffee on Stone- just across the street, next to Moe’s Barbeque.
Next Level: Find Your Balance with Jill Adrien
Description to come
cost: $24 (free to Inspired Path members)
Max Strom Breathe to Heal
October 25-27, 2019
This 18-hour transformational event Max will reveal his secrets and techniques on:
- The interconnection of the emotions with the mind and body
- Connection, Vulnerability, Isolation, Intimacy
- Crisis as an Axis of Transformation
- Triggering Emotional Healing
- Lifespan tools, writing and discussion.
- Evolutionary Breathing Patterns to
- alleviate anxiety
- improve sleep
- improve grief
- alleviate depression
- refocus and relax at work
This course is 18 hours over 3 days.
View Max’s TED-x talk Breathe to Heal here.
Born with severe clubbed feet, Max Strom spent much of the first six years of his life with his feet confined in plaster casts and braces. Today, he is known for inspiring and impacting the lives of people from all walks of life, teaching personal transformation and Inner Axis yoga worldwide. His teachings are not limited by contemporary yoga culture, and instead they are known to reach the heart of people across the globe. His method addresses the internal, and emotional aspects of our life, as well as physical healing. He has taught tens of thousands of students, trained several hundred teachers. Many know him for his two inspiring books: A Life Worth Breathing, published in five languages and used as required reading in many yoga trainings, and, There is No APP for Happiness, addressing the challenge of finding meaning in the digital age. A dynamic speaker, Max has presented three TEDx events, a keynote speech on ethics at the Lu Lu Lemon global management conference, and keynote addresses at wellness conferences, corporate conferences, and many yoga festivals. Most recently he presented at the first Wellness Symposium in Saudi Arabia, and the prestigious World Government Summit in Dubai. His TEDx talk, Breathe to Heal, is one of the most viewed talks on breath work in history. Max is recognized by both the Yoga Alliance US and UK at their Advanced Teacher Level (ERYT 500). You can see more of Max Strom’s work on his DVDs. www.maxstrom.com
Space will be limited. First come, first serve. Must pay in full to hold your space. This event will sell out. No refunds after 10/15/19.
Heart of Yoga with Erick Herlong
December 14, 2019
cost: $24 ($20 Inspired Path Members)