Exploration of the fundamental asanas. Encouraged for students new to yoga and new to Iyengar method.
Continuing Iyengar Yoga students with at least 6 months study. Headstand and other inversions are introduced.
Experienced Iyengar Yoga students with at least 1 year of consistent study. Expect refinements, more complex poses, plenty of inversions (5+ minute holds in Sirsasana and Sarvangasana), backbends, Padmasana variations, arm balances, and philosophy study. Openness, willingness, and ability to observe and learn are the most important criteria.
Guided, individualized sequences for common ailments and special conditions such as back, neck, or knee pain; pregnancy, menstrual issues and more, . Learn more here.
Supported, recuperative yoga poses to calm your nerves and quiet your mind.
Safe women-only space to address specific needs, such as pregnancy, postnatal, menstrual and menopausal conditions; a time to nurture ourselves and support each other. Queer and trans women are welcome, as well as women who for spiritual or religious reasons prefer a women-only space. Room curtained for privacy.
Multilevel class for Black, Asian, Latinx, Native American, Middle Eastern self-identified people of color.
Uplifting poses to deal with SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder), and general anxiety and depression. Focus on standing poses, backbends, and beginning inversions.
Join us to learn the vocabulary and philosophical foundation of yoga as we read and discuss Patanjali's Yoga Sutras.
Focus on spinal health, alleviating back pain, and healing neck and shoulder injuries. Open to all levels.
Variety of poses adapted for ages 50+. Common injuries and conditions will be accommodated.
This is a time to engage in your own self-study and practice while having access to the props and rope wall at the studio. This is a self-directed time and while a teacher may be on hand, they will not be leading the session. Community gift sliding scale, $5-20, applies.