Source On High offers classes five days a week. These range from putting meditation in motion with Tai Chi, building your core with Glow Moves, or enjoying FREE meditation group. Our unique variety of classes offer a full spectrum of healing through movement.
Drop In $15
5 class pass $60
10 class pass $100
Unwind Yoga & Body Rolling
Unwind Yoga moves slowly, allowing the body to reset and balance. A style incorporating propping and resting for longer periods to fully release tension and holding patterns. Body Rolling is a self-massage that improves posture, range of motion, muscle tone, flexibility, alignment, and organ function. All materials are included.
The Brick Sit House is a FREE, warm, secular meditation community open to anyone interested in living a happier, more authentic life. No Charge, no chanting, no bowing. If you've never sat with us please arrive 10 minutes early.
6:00 - 7:30 pm
Learn skills from partner and solo acrobatics as you grow stronger and more flexible. We will guide you through proper physical techniques that will allow you to practice confidently and with ease. Get ready to feel the release of all your daily tension and the stretch of muscles previous neglected as your strength grows. No partner needed. All levels welcome.
Practice a core-building class that encompasses yoga asana and Pilates. This class is designated to invigorate and strengthen your body and mind while enjoying the benefits of warmth to reduce muscle strain.
Experience a heated environment (80*) to practice a core building class that encompasses yoga asana and Pilates. This class is designed to invigorate and strengthen your body and mind while enjoying the benefits of a warm environment to reduce muscle strain. All levels are welcome and encouraged.
Intro to Ashtanga Yoga
Asthtanga Yoga is rooted in a traditional approach which is to build strength, flexibility, stamina, and open the mind over time. This system is based on a set sequence of poses that students embody as a result of a consistent practice. The asana (poses) are coordinated with prana (breath) which can create a moving meditation. The asana are not complicated in this first series so mostly anyone can achieve a higher state of awareness by honoring their body and letting go of limitations to be present and receptive.
Sundays (Dec. 3rd and 17th only)
This is a family-centered practice! All ages are welcome, and the definition of "family" is whatever that means to you: it could be moms, dads, kids, aunts, friends, grandmothers, etc. Cost is $5 per person.
Yang Family Style Tai Chi
Meditation in Motion. Yang style is characterized by large, slow, rounded, extended and open movements that flow seamlessly from one to the next without breaking one’s energy. Minimal physical force and tension is used. Tai Chi helps to improve balance, lower blood pressure, reduce pain, and improve posture, digestion, and sleep quality. Stretching muscles, ligaments, and tendons to improve body alignment and relaxation.
Sundays (Dec. 3rd and 10th only)
Move out of the weekend and into the week more rested and complete. This restorative practice, taught by Anella Wetter, relies on the use of props and prolonged holding of a few, simple poses to achieve a deep level of relaxation. Come ready to slow down the pace of life, move mindfully, and soothe your nervous system. Leave each week with tips on how to ease into every evening and sleep better. Pay $15 to drop in or use your SOH Class Pass. Click here to register.