A Modern Practice Built on a Traditional Foundation
We are committed to helping students understand and practice yoga in its most authentic forms. We offer a contemporary approach based on current principles of anatomy and physiology and deeply rooted in the ancient wisdom of traditional yoga. Our multi-style teaching integrates techniques from: alignment-based yoga (Iyengar), vinyasa flow, restorative yoga, Ayurveda and yoga therapy. We use props as a teaching tool, and provide intelligent sequencing to safely guide you to deep levels of awareness. Students are often amazed at what they can safely experience in class and how good they feel afterwards.
What to Expect from our Trainings, Workshops and Classes
Yoga for Everyone
We believe that yoga is for everyone– the young and the old, the stiff and the flexible, the novice and the experienced. We engage you at an appropriate level, whether it is making yoga more accessible or taking your practice to the next level. Our highly skilled faculty adapts the yoga practice to your individual needs, whether you are:
Align Your Self®
Our yoga instruction classes emphasizes moving with mindfulness. When you align your body, breath and mind, yoga has tremendous power to heal and transform.
We do not teach fast-paced yoga! Moving fast only reinforces bad habits. If you want to transform yourself into a healthy, vibrant being, you need to slow down, pay attention, align your self® and establish new and healthy habits. By challenging your own body and moving with intelligence, you generate the inner heat that creates long-term change and optimal health.
The 8 Limbs of Classical Yoga
Yama: social ethics to live in harmony with others
Niyama: personal ethics to live a balanced life
Asana: postures to build strength and flexibility so energy can flow freely
Pranayama: breath control to cleanse and strengthen the nervous system and increase your vital energy
Pratyahara: internalizing the senses to reduce external stimulation
Dharana: developing concentration and focus
Dhyana: sustaining one’s focus to enter into meditation
Samadhi: uniting with your Higher Self