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|The Primary Series of Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga is called Yoga Chikitsa (meaning yoga therapy). It re-aligns the spine, detoxifies the body, and builds strength, flexibility and stamina. Not for beginners.|
|This mixed-level class is open to any level of practitioner. Directions are given to each student according to his or her capacity, with personal corrections offered when needed. Students are recommended to practice at their own pace, slowly working with variations independently within the flow of the Shiva Namaskar Vinyasa. Beginner to advanced.|
|An advanced level Hatha class that takes you beyond the Hatha 2 intermediate postures. Students will be challenged with advanced twists, inversions, backbends and arm balances to increase internal strength and create deeper openings in the body.|
|Hot Classic (silent)|
|This class is designed for students with hot classic yoga experience. Follow the Yogi as the teacher silently leads the class through a sequence of postures.
Not for beginners.
|Hot Vinyasa 2|
|This is an intermediate vinyasa class taught in a heated room. The heat will provide for a detoxifying sweat while you flow through a dynamic sequence of postures following your breath. A regular Hot Flow practice is recommended prior to attending this class. Not for beginners.|
|With a partner, you can learn how to practice postures in a whole new way! Join this class and have fun learning about your own practice by helping someone else with theirs! Partner Yoga is fun and designed for students with at least one year's experience. Class will include backbends, inversions, and balancing poses. Bring a friend... or meet one in class!|
|A mixed level Power practice. The Mixed-Level class is for any student who has prior yoga experience.|
|A mixed level Vinyasa class with more of an emphasis on strengthening. Yoga experience and knowledge of basic postures is recommended.|
|A mixed level asana practice, followed by pranayama breathing exercises & meditation - a full yogic practice. |
|Roots of Yoga|
|Roots of Yoga is a monthly workshop aimed to build a solid foundation of practice, and expand the scope of yoga.
These workshops cover a mix of topics, sometimes going deeper into specific areas of yoga or introducing new yogic concepts that are outside of the regular schedule.
Open to all yogis - all levels.
|A mixed level, full yogic practice for Universal Yoga. Combining static/dynamic asana practice for strength & stretch conditioning, mudras & pranayama for focus & energy control, full multi-directional sequencing for coordination and reaction training, as well as yantra visualization and japa mantra meditation for improved concentration. The Mixed-Level class is for any student who has prior yoga experience.|
|The Universal style of yoga (USY) is based on the knowledge of the human structure and universal rules of modifications of this structure. According to the traditional idea of yoga, a human being consists of seven bodies, called shells or maya koshas. These shells, or forms, are called organic, power, psychic, mental, spiritual, causal and absence of form -- or Formlessness. The goal of the USY is to achieve harmony and balance within each shell, between the shells, and between the human being and the outer world. To develop and refine these shells, USY uses a diversity of practical exercises. One may practise the exercises pertaining to each shell separately; however, to speed up the process, USY combines various elements of different exercises that create a simultaneous impact on several shells.|
|Upside Down 1|
|Turn your world upside down! This workshop-based class helps students to explore and improve their inverted poses. The class introduces alignment and techniques for headstand, handstand, forearmstand and shoulderstand. A regular intermediate practice is recommended prior to attending this class. Not for beginners.|
|Upside Down 2|
|An intermediate/advanced level inverted practice. A regular Level 2 practice is recommended prior to attending this class. Not for beginners.|
|An intermediate level sequence of Vinyasa yoga postures. This class introduces deeper postures, balancing postures, and inverted poses. A regular Vinyasa 1 practice is recommended prior to attending this class. Not for beginners.|
|An advanced level sequence of Vinyasa yoga postures. This class introduces deeper postures, balancing postures, and inverted poses. A regular Vinyasa 2 practice is recommended prior to attending this class. Not for beginners.|
|A mixed level Vinyasa practice. The Mixed-Level class is for any student who has prior yoga experience.|