because sundays are for rest . . .

we warmly invite you to join us for a series of late afternoon Spring meditations for moments of pause, breath & reflection.
Starting this Sunday,  March 19th 4-5:30.
Gatherings will consist of an introduction to the astrological and numerology forecast for Spring 2017, breathing exercises and observing your own light and deep breathing patterning and a warm up and down of movements of the Kundalini Yoga tradition. This workshop is designed for both the beginner and the advanced practitioner, those who are seeking an opportunity to slow down and take a moment of reflection and breathe and shed some of that Winter-ness.
*The first session will work to clear the first three chakras in the energetic body. We will explore themes of security, self-acceptance,  desire, creativity, personal power and commitment. 
*The second session will focus exclusively on the fourth chakra of the heart, known as the balance point between the higher and lower centers of the body. We will navigate the concepts of forgiveness, acceptance, and compassion for self and other.

*The third session will elaborate on the higher centers; chakras five through seven. We will explore topics of universal truth, intuition, and transcendence.


Come to one or all three offerings and sit with our beautiful community and expose yourself to the magic and essence of you.
Picture Farm
338 Wythe Ave
Williamsburg Brooklyn
Sunday March 19th 4-5:30pm
Sunday April 2nd 4-5:30 pm
Sunday May 7th 4-5:30pm
how much?
Each session $35
Purchase all three for $80

About Marina Trejo

Marina Trejo has been studying movement and wellness since childhood, her young life permeated by dance, music, Pilates, Yoga and an unconventional childhood spent mainly on the beach in Southern California.  At JL Body Conditioning of Del Mar, CA, she apprenticed and began her first immersion of Pilates study under former Martha Graham dancer Julian Littleford from 1992 to 1993 . She began full time teaching at Astrid de Wild Studios in Santa Barbara, CA from 1993 to ’97. After relocating to New York, she would teach at Power Pilates from 2001- 2006, concurrently opening the Brooklyn Pilates studio happy now flat belly in 2003. In 2008 she relocated to Marina Trejo Pilates on the Southside of Williamsburg in Brooklyn.

Marina has continued her examinations of alternative modalities and holistic health, studying anatomy under Irene Dowd, receiving her 200 hr Yoga certification thru Om Yoga in 2004 and becoming a New York State Board licensed esthetician via the Christine Valmy school in 2011. She continues to study other movement modalities, bodywork and sacred teachings that inform her teaching. She has been featured in Vogue, NY Magazine and T Magazine. She resides in Brooklyn NY with her beautiful husband and 2 boys.

About Alejandro Lázaro

Founder and Meditation Advisor of UntoSelf, Alejandro is a certified Kundalini Yoga and Meditation Teacher based in New York City. He specializes in creating personalized meditation routines for clients from all walks of life using a method of numerology as taught by Master Yogi Bhajan. Through one-on-one sessions, group workshops and retreats, Alejandro strives to be a mirror for your own personal growth and development in this life.

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Picture Farm is proud to announce the 2017 edition of the Picture Farm Film Fest, with a program made up of: Global Environment Issues for the Local Audience, Black Voices in Independent Film, Defying Gender Identity Labels and Untold Stories of Struggle & Change from Around The World.

Opening night will feature the New York premiere of “The Memory of Fish” Friday, March 24th at 7:30 pm with a post-screening Q&A with director Jennifer Galvin.

Saturday March 25th we have show three distinct programs:

QUEER CITY begins at 1:30 pm, featuring shorts addressing Defying Gender Identity Labels.

LADIES WITH LENSES presents at 4:30 pm, featuring Films About Women Made By Women.

POSITIVELY BLACK at 7:30 pm with Black Voices in Independent Film.

Each program will be followed by a moderated Q&A session.

Sunday March 26th we will present a shorts program followed by a closing feature:

Kicking off at 2:30 pm, OUR EARTH LIKE NEVER BEFORE with shorts tackling Global Environment Issues for the Local Audience.

At 6:30 pm our closing film “After Spring” will be preceded by “That’s Where War Became Personal For Me”

To reserve a seat, check out the Brown Paper Tickets page… 

Massive Thanks to Adorama, Explosion Robinson, Sprout Home, Zio Baffa wines, and Pabst Blue Ribbon who are helping make this festival far more interesting and delicious.