We are so excited to offer 3 amazing workshops this spring 2017! Hurry to sign up as space is limited!

Ashtanga Overview: What are the 8 limbs of yoga?

April 23: 12:30 to 2pm

 In Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras the eightfold path of yoga, called ashtanga, is meant as a guideline for yogis to lead a meaningful, purposeful life.

In addition to an asana practice (of postures on the mat), this workshop will include discussion about each of the eight aspects: yama, niyama, asana, pranayama, pratyahara, dharana, dhyana, and samadhi. Join us for an introduction to the how, when, and why breathing, meditation, and lifestyle are also an important part of a successful yoga practice.

This is the first in a series of three workshops this spring.


Introduction to Yama: What is the moral of the yoga story?  

May 20: 12:30 to 2pm

In Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras the eightfold path of yoga is meant as a guideline for yogis to lead a meaningful, purposeful life. In addition to an asana practice (of postures on the mat), this workshop will include discussion about the first limb of yoga, yama, which are the moral considerations yogis are advised to practice on and off the mat. Join us for an introduction of what and how non-harming, honesty, non-stealing, moderation, and non-covetousness can strengthen your yoga practice.

This is the second in a series of three workshops this spring.


Introduction to Niyama: What is the yogi’s code of conduct?

 June 25: 12:30 to 2pm

In Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras the eightfold path of yoga is meant as a guideline for yogis to lead a meaningful, purposeful life. In addition to an asana practice (of postures on the mat), this workshop will include discussion about the second limb of yoga, niyama, which are the values yogis are advised to practice for themselves on and off the mat. Join us for an introduction of what and how cleanliness, contentment, discipline, self-reflection, and faith can further develop your yoga practice.

This is the third in a series of three workshops this spring.