1835 Newport Blvd. #A208, Costa Mesa, CA 92627 | 949.642.7400
Located directly in the center of Orange County, YogaWorks Costa Mesa is close not only to the spectacular coastal beaches, but also South Coast Plaza, University of California Irvine, Orange Coast College and the Fairgrounds. Adjacent to Triangle Square, our Costa Mesa yoga studio is the largest in Orange County, with three light-filled, airy yoga rooms and a beautiful private Pilates studio. The buildings modern Mediterranean design facilitates natural sunlight, and students often lounge on the outdoor patio surrounded by water fountains and lush foliage.
Our Ashtanga, Kundalini, Candle Flow, YogaWorks Slim, Baby & Me, Prenatal yoga classes are popular with college students, moms, professionals and athletes. Making the most of our central location, students often ride their bike to class and then off to the beach!
Located in the Costa Mesa Courtyards at the intersection of Newport Blvd. and Harbor Blvd. 2nd level entrance above the UPS/Tech Room Store.Get DRIVING DIRECTIONS
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Unlimited Memberships receive: Unlimited yoga and fitness classes | 1 guest pass per month | $5 members-only monthly subscription rate for MyYogaWorks.com, which offers over 1,000 online yoga videos on demand | Rewards for referring new members | 5% discount at our studio boutiques | 15% off your first package of private yoga | 15% off your first package of Pilates Reformer classes. These offers cannot be combined with other discounts and promotions. *PLEASE NOTE: Benefits vary at YogaWorks Atlanta and Houston.
Class Packages are non-refundable and expire 6 months from the date of purchase. To discuss reactivation or extension options, please contact your local studio and we'll be glad to help you.
Mala Making Workshop: How to Make and Use Your Own Mala Bracelet
by Alyson Atma Simms
MALA MAKING WORKSHOP: HOW TO MAKE AND USE YOUR OWN MALA BRACELET
MARCH 11, 2018
$65 (price includes choice of gem or wood beads mala making kit)
1835 Newport Blvd., Costa Mesa, CA 92627
Join Alyson Atma Simms for a very special workshop where you’ll learn how to make and use your very own mala. This yogini has been making, selling, and teaching about malas worldwide (and in our own YogaWorks studios!!), so come learn from the expert. Everything you need to make your very own wrist mala will be provided. While you are crafting your sacred jewelry, you will learn all about malas: the history, how to pick one, the levels of chanting, the planetary energies in each finger and what to do when your mala breaks. We truly hope you can join us!
Open to all levels. Please bring a yoga mat or something comfortable to sit on.
"This was a sweet experience. It felt like coming home. Alyson delivers complex material in a down-to-earth, easy-to-understand way. I will seek out her classes!" -Cyndi Saluthe
"What I love about Alyson is that she is radiant and beautiful from the inside out and brings a realness or authenticity to her classes. She conveys her knowledge and spirituality in a very graceful way." -Emily Mohr
"Alyson's teachings are deep yet very accessible. Her style is friendly, open and engaging. She's light and fun and it rubs off on you." - Amy Ingram
"I had no idea how malas could make meditation easy and fun!" Susan Whitaker
“Malas are important tools of both worship and healing. When we use a mala with our mantra recitation, the power of the mantra enters into the beads of the mala, which become energized at a subtle level. The more often we use them, the greater their power becomes. The mala gathers and magnifies the power of the mantra forming a sphere of energy and protection around us.” ~ David Frawley
Why Use a Mala:
Malas have become a popular tool in the yoga world these days. The reason is not just because they are beautiful to wear, but because they really work! Malas (sometimes called malabeads or prayer beads) can have a very powerful effect on the mind, body, and spirit. They help increase ones focus and concentration. They activate a healing response by lowering heart rate and reducing blood pressure. Using these tools helps to reduce stress and balance one’s emotions. Malas help bring in wisdom and depth. Depending on what stone you use can also have an affect. Wood beads usually have a grounding quality, diamond cut beads can amplify the energetic property of the crystal, and even mixing and matching the gems can create different energies. Whatever you choose, it’s a powerful tool to help your meditation practice. Find out more from Alyson Atma Simms at www.atmasofferings.com.
How to Pick out a Mala:
“How do I pick out my mala?” As the owner of Atma’s Offerings, I get this question a lot. When teaching How to Make Malas, we always discuss this important topic, along with other major points around malas (when it breaks, why 108 beads, how to use it…) I can tell you to use muscle testing to choose, run your hand over a few if they are on a table and sense which one is it, or google every stone ever written about to see what you are needing. I can give you all sorts of other tips to choose your mala, including using our Vedic astrologer to look at your chart and give you a prescription!
And / But the easiest and best way is this: It is the one you keep being drawn to. When looking at the malas online or in person, it is the one you keep going back to and looking at. It’s really just that simple. If you are reading this newsletter, at one of the yoga festivals with us, taking yoga, doing meditation or any sort of self-inquiry, you have “enough” intuition to decide for yourself. Your intuition has been developed enough to know what is right for you.
Alyson Atma Simms, E-RYT 500, is a natural bridge between the earthly and divine realms. Her teaching style brings an intensity of spirit, while enveloping you in grace and humor. She was drawn to her first yoga class in 2001 and her life became one of devotion. With a degree in Art Education and a long time interest in gems and jewelry making, it only seemed natural to bring these into her love of yoga. Her teachings in Hatha, Kundalini, & Meditation have led her around the world to teach.
Costa Mesa, CA
Mar 11, 2018
Yoga of 12-Step Recovery
by Nikki Myers
YOGA OF 12-STEP RECOVERY
JUNE 22-24, 2018
$550; $495 if paid before 5/22
1835 Newport Blvd, Costa Mesa, CA 92627
The Y12SR program presents a framework for addiction recovery that includes the cognitive approach of 12-step programs, the trauma healing approach of Somatic Experiencing and body-based approaches of yoga and mindfulness.
Using material from ancient texts, trauma research and modern neuroscience studies, we’ll learn how combining cognitive and somatic approaches can support changes in brain patterning. Y12SR training equips participants with the knowledge, understanding and application of yoga and the 12 steps. Participants will gain the tools to offer weekly Y12SR classes in their communities.
In this 3 day training we will:
This is a combination of the Y12SR Intensive and the Leadership trainings. This training results in full Y12SR certification.
An accomplished teacher, speaker, and founder of Y12SR: The Yoga of 12-Step Recovery, Nikki Myers is a Yoga Therapist, Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, and ARISE Interventionist Intern. Based in its theme ‘the issues live in the tissues’, Y12SR is a relapse prevention program weaving the art & science of yoga with the practical tools of 12-step programs. Nikki’s work has been featured in the NY Times, Huntington Post, Yoga Journal, and Origins Magazine. She received the 2014 NUVO Cultural Visionary Award. Y12SR meetings are available throughout the U.S. and internationally. The curriculum is features in many addiction treatment centers. www.y12sr.com
Costa Mesa, CA
Jun 22 - 24, 2018
FRI, SAT, SUN
If you want to do yoga, at any age, weight, or strength level, we welcome you.
Read our helpful guide on which classes we recommend for beginners and what to expect on your first day of class.
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