Develop (or Hone) Your Home Practice
Join us February 17 and 18 for our “Develop Your Home Practice” Workshop – 10% discount available before Feb 1. Learn to tailor a home practice just for YOU to increase your benefit of yoga between classes.
Learning to Learn in Yoga
Do we come to yoga to “do” or to “learn”? This language matters and so does the approach. Learn to learn yoga despite the obstacles set forth in practice!
Iyengar and Vinyasa
Join us for our next 4-week Special Series – “Iyengar and Vinyasa”. We will explore the reasons and depth of sequential posture within yoga practice and discover why the flow of asanas really matters.
The Hands and Feet of Yoga – Foundations and Sensations
Hands and Feet are important foundations for so many of our Yoga postures. Gaining sensation and awareness in these much ignored body parts can lead to more connection within our practice. Join our Special Series in September to explore!
The Sprouts from “Embrace Yoga’s Roots”
We have finished our journey with “Embrace Yoga’s Roots” by Susanna Barkataki, but the work has just begun. What will sprout from the roots of yoga for you?
Chapter VI in Embrace Yoga’s Roots gives us the actionable steps toward the liberation that yoga promises. The ethical foundations of Yama and Niyama are the root of all action – on or off the mat…in the studio and beyond.
Listen, Lift Up, Take Action
Chapter V in Embrace Yoga’s Roots begins to give us tools and suggestions to reconnect in our yoga spaces and communities. We must acknowledge that we do not live in a vacuum and that it takes creativity to stay integrated and involved.
Leaning into Reconnection
Chapter V in “Embrace Yoga’s Roots” starts to give us a pathway to reconnection. Knowing and acknowledging where we have separated from the roots of yoga is only the first step, and individual growth is just the beginning.
Accomplice over Ally – Equity over Diversity
In sections 3 and 4 of Chapter IV in Embrace Yoga’s Roots, we look at clarity of terms and roles we play within our yoga communities and beyond. How Iyengar Yoga as a traditional approach intersects with the social realities of Western Yoga is quite fascinating and something to reflect more upon.