The Goodman Community Center is proud to host a variety of activities for people of all ages in our community. Our activities calendar lists special events or ongoing activities outside of our regular programming. The event listings below are not comprehensive and show only some of our outside facility renter's events.
To edit an existing event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the changes. She can make updates Monday through Friday, during normal business hours. To inquire about hosting your own event or activity, please read our Reserving Rooms page.
This class is designed to empower you to try new postures that demand your mind and body to communicate to each other. The class will be a peak pose vinyasa class where you'll learn how to warm up the body and prepare it for more challenging postures. You will be fully supported in your endeavor to try new things and the approach is compassionate and playful. Many modifications will be offered and you are welcome to join even if you're just curious about poses but scared to try them out yourself. I invite you to discover what your amazing body is capable of doing.
Ages: All welcome
Fee: $5 / $4 fitness center member
Registration required: No, drop-in class
Alisa is passionate about the healing and transformative power of yoga as a tool to help navigate through life's journey. She celebrates simply showing up on your mat and she taps into whatever your needs are that day; whether it's to hold space, go deep, be held, express laughter and light, or encourage emotional release. She is a firm believer in teaching with intention and empowerment, so creative and thoughtful sequences are offered and opportunities to explore movements in your own way are encouraged (even celebrated). Yoga is a lifestyle that she wishes to share with others, so she offers an array of opportunities to connect - including vinyasa movement, restorative grounding, rhythmic release dancing, dharma talks, trauma trainings, sacred circles, yoga activism discussions, and community service involvement. Her hope is that her classes and gatherings serve as a tool to your toolbox on your healing journey, a healthy way to cope with life's mysteries. To find out more about, visit her website alisaandrea.com