Willow Glen Yoga

Founded in 1996 by Kent Bond, Willow Glen Yoga is a community-based studio dedicated to creating a safe haven for both the novice and the experienced practitioner in the effort of cultivating health and ease in the body and mind. The focus of the studio is on fitting the practice to the student, not the student to the practice.

Find us at 1190 Lincoln Ave., Ste #3, San Jose, 95125 or online at www.willowglenyoga.com

Full Body Rollout: Pose 4 A Purpose

A benefit workshop with Kent Bond

September 15, 2018
1 pm to 3 pm

This class will use self massage therapy balls to help roll out the issues in your tissues. Loaded with stress? Learn correct breathing and self massage techniques to decelerate, decrease pain, and live better in your body. All levels welcome.

Donation of $40 or more, cash or check (made payable to Cancer CAREpoint). Participants can pre-register by sending a check made out to Cancer CAREpoint to our studio address: 1190 Lincoln Ave., Ste #3, San Jose, 95125


Movie night at Willow Glen Yoga

September 15, 2018
Doors open 6:00, movie from 7-8:30

Join your fellow yogis for a viewing of Walk With Me. Food and drink will be served. Bring a back rest or make yourself comfortable on bolsters and blankets. A cinematic journey into the world of a monastic community that practices the art of mindfulness with Zen Buddhist master Thich Nhat Hanh.

“Slow down and breathe. This contemplative journey follows in the steps of Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh and is a rare insight into life within a monastic community. The sun rises. Everything is calm and still. Life is beautifully serene as Benedict Cumberbatch’s composed, meditative voice reads an extract from Thich Nhat Hanh’s early journals. So begins Max Pugh and Marc J Francis’ (Black Gold, LFF2006) fascinating and immersive exploration of what it means to devote one’s life to mindfulness. With unprecedented access to the famous secluded monastery of Plum Village in the South West of France, Walk With Me captures the daily routine and rituals of monks and nuns on a quest to develop a deep sense of presence. It is an insightful rumination on the pursuit of happiness, living in the present and our attachment to material things – a welcome remedy to the stresses of city life and a world in turmoil.” – Laure Bonville, London Film Festival

Suggested donation $20 (or more if you are so moved)