New and Full Moon Circles

Mythical meaning and lunar rhythms


Summer Schedule:

Fridays, 4:30 - 5:30pm ET

June 25 🌕

July 9 🌑

July 23 🌕

August 6 🌑

August 20 🌕

Sept 3 🌑

Sept 17 🌕

Oct 1 🌑


Plug into lunar feminine cycles. We will discuss the current moon cycle with suggestions around how to optimize the potential of the Moon’s position and guard against potential potholes and blindspots. We will talk about the astrological configuration of the day with emphasis on the nakṣatra or star where the moon is located, the deity and mythology of the star, and the song or rāga attached to the star. Each star is associated with a Vedic story that refers to our own evolutionary process. The stories are a unique medicine, with practical remedial inspiration for us to discover. More info here.


Indian music, the math of emotion, aligns the subtle body by way of listening well. The connection between the star where the moon is and the associated song can bring us back to center. Back to authentic beingness. Back towards dharma or purpose. A Curated Spotify Playlist, relayed from my teacher, K. Sridhar will be shared every New and Full Moon in class.





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Six Months of Moon Gatherings



2021 Sidereal Zodiac Sidereal Zodiac Calendar for planetary events including dates of upcoming new and full moons





Allison Dennis holds a BFA in Musical Theatre with a Minor in Music from ECU where she studied Sanford Meisner's acting technique. She sang in jazz, funk, and folk bands, recorded and performed as a singer-songwriter, and performed supporting and leading roles in a variety of plays and musicals. 

In NYC at the turn of the millenium, she acted and sang in Off Broadway shows, and ultimately flew in the wildly popular Argentine circus De La Guarda. A back injury during a show brought her to yoga in 2001. 

A herniated disc with nerve impingement made movement quite painful for the first three years of the injury, so her entry point to yoga was the philosophy of India, not the poses. She concentrated on Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras for a decade while becoming a yoga asana teacher as therapy for her own physical pain. Once mobility returned, Allison was finally permitted by her physical therapist to take on an asana practice. Within months she had signed up for her first Yoga Teacher Training in 2005.

From 2010-2018 Allison owned and operated Heart of Yoga School out of Carrboro, NC where she designed and taught three distinct yoga teacher trainings, culminating in a full 800 hour YTT program. She led nineteen long-term trainings while managing the School, guiding curious seekers to become teachers and home practitioners. 

She also spends 2-3 months a year in India, deepening her understanding of the culture and wisdom systems.

Visit www.allisondennis.com for more info and to learn about her tours and retreats in India and Indonesia.