a six week course

Tuesdays, January 15 - February 19, 2019 / 5:30-6:45pm
$80 fee for 6 wks. - $70 for Yoga Basics “Repeats” (fee includes discount at end of course on classes or memberships)

Join us for a six week beginning journey of yoga….designed for those brand new to yoga, or just wanting to brush up and get back in the game. We’ll start with learning safe alignment and breathing practices, and move through the warm-up sun salutations that are the cornerstone of the Ashtanga Yoga practice.  After that we’ll move through energizing standing poses and then go to the floor to address seated postures and the finishing, cooling down portion of the practice.

 Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is a healing, energizing and fun yoga practice.  We’ll offer modifications for all postures so you can make the practice work specifically for you and your body.  By the end of the six weeks you’ll be able to flow through half of the Ashtanga Primary Series...and receive a discount on a class pass or membership as a dividend of attending Ashtanga Yoga Basics! Course led by Shari SImon, E-RYT500.


a six week course

Saturdays, January 19 - Feb. 23, 2019 / 8:00-9:15am / $80 fee includes discount on classes at end of course

Join us for a six week course for beginners and beyone, as we dive into the basic postures, alignment and breathing of the Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga practice.  You’ll be guided through the fundamentals, and on the last class, you will be part of the regular Saturday morning Mysore class, with your instructor guiding you along the way.  Mysore is the traditional way to learn yoga -  moving through the set sequence of poses you’ll be taught, and ultimately moving at your own pace, with plenty of individual help from your teacher.  Mysore is the traditional method to learn Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga…you are able to move at your own pace, learn to memorize the sequence of poses over time, and receive plenty of individual attention from your instructor. This course is for all levels of practitioners with modifications offered when needed, and lots of support for your yoga journey! Course led by Rob Tegge, RYT500.


with Cassandra Kish

Saturday, January 19, 2019 / 1:00-2:30pm / $35 pay by 1-18…$40 day of workshop

Having a flowing practice revolves around having a solid idea of how to distribute your weight and balance that with resistance. When we learn to move the body through open space, making decisions about where to emphasize tension and where to release we end up at a deeper level of consciousness in our practice as well as in our lives. Once float is achieved there is a steadiness that starts creeping into our lives. Overcoming stress becomes easy and we have tools to see how being responsible for all that has shown up in our lives is the most powerful position. Join us for this Workshop to learn how to float through your practice and life. 


with Sally Miller

Sunday, January 20, 2019 / 3:00-5:00pm / $35 pay by 1-19…$40 day of workshop

Yin Yoga is a powerful compliment to our flowing Vinyasa practice. Through passive postures held close to the ground, Yin Yoga energizes and harmonizes the flow of prana through the fascia. In practical terms, this corresponds to an increase in range of motion and flexibility. Similar to Restorative Yoga , Yin challenges our deeper connective tissues to release tension and return to a more pliable, fluid state. Don't miss this opportunity to give your muscles a break, and explore your yin side.  This  workshop is open to all levels


with Dr. Mahesh Mangalick

Sunday, February 3, 2019 / 1:00-3:00pm / $35 pay by 2-2…$40 day of workshop

Sage Patanjali coded the entire knowledge of Yoga Meditation that had come down through many generations orally in Guru-Disciple tradition in India, in 195 succinct aphorisms, organized in four chapters, about 200 years before Christ. Known as Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, these aphorisms, or statements, were very brief, for ease of memorization, especially because there were no means to record during those times. Yoga knowledge is based on Sankhya Philosophy, which explains that life happens when mind gains awareness from union with Pure Consciousness of ONE Source. Yet, mind with ego remains unaware of presence of The ONE Source within the body. With systematic practice of Ashtanga Yoga, mind purifies and separates from union with Pure Consciousness. That is when ONE Source reveals in its  Glorious State Alone, called Kaivalya. This is Nirvana, or Moksha, or Liberation from bondage of life-death cycle. This workshop will elaborate the essence of Yoga Knowledge in easy to understand language, with emphasis on Practices most suited to the current fast paced lifestyle...and is open to everyone!