5 Year Anniversary Celebration Challenge!

The Yoga House’s

Anniversary Challenge:

20 CLASSES IN 30 DAYS

YOGA House in Kingston, NY

This September, The Yoga House celebrates 5 years in the Kingston community!

What better way to celebrate a half a decade at The Yoga House than by entering a yoga challenge. A yoga challenge is not necessarily a “challenge” against anyone or even yourself. It’s more a of a commitment. It’s a commitment to your mental, physical, and emotional well-being and a kickstart to transitioning from yoga as something that you do to yoga as a way of living.

How does it work?

Buy a 2Kingston_YMCA_Farm_Project_Logo1 (2)-10 Class Challenge Card for $200 and attend any of our regularly scheduled classes 20 times throughout the month of September. $20 of your entry-fee will go to our local Kingston YMCA Farm Project. You can (easily) reach this goal by practicing 5 times a week during the month.*

*If you have a class card already, it will be put on hold for the month of September so that you can join the challenge without losing the membership you already paid for.

Prizes as follows:

Grand Prize – To the person or persons with the highest attendance: 1 Unlimited Monthly membership for the month of October plus a nifty TYH water bottle. *NEW* One hour-long deep tissue massage with Licenced Massage Therapist Michele Muller.

Prize for all successful completion – For anyone who reaches 20 classes in 30 days: 50% off a 10 Class Card.


20 Classes in 30 Days Yoga Challenge



Morning Buddy System

Morning Buddy System

Bring a Friend, Practice for Free!

 

Already practice at The Yoga House? Well come join us for any of our morning classes and when you bring a newcomer friend to the studio, practice for free! This includes any of our morning classes from Sunday through Saturday.

 

Our Morning Classes include:
Sunday:
7:30am Ashtanga
9:30am House Flow
Monday:
9:30am House Flow
Tuesday:
9:30am House Flow
Wednesday:
7:00am House Flow
9:30am House Flow
Thursday:
9:30am Beginners
Friday:
9:30am House Flow
Saturday:
7:30am Flying Flow
9:30am House Flow

Summer Slackline Series with Adi Carter

Summer Slackline Series

With Adi Carter

Every Other Sunday in June & July, 2:30-4:30pm

June 12th     June 26th    July 10th    July 24th

 

$100 for Series/$30 per drop-in

 

slackline series yoga kingston new york hudson valleyThe SLACKLINE SERIES is a unique practice that redefines your sense of balance and mental focus on a one inch wide piece of webbing! Great for climbers, yogis, surfers, runners and athletes of all forms, the YogaSlackers bring their unique practice of slackasana to climbing gyms and yoga studios around the world. This practice helps students to develop new techniques of complete body awareness and strength while improving concentration, so much so that some have labeled it “meditation for those who can’t sit still”. In this 2 hour workshop, students will learn the basics of the series including poses such as kneeling, sitting, standing, lying down, arm balancing and even going upside down on the slackline. Often times the practice is combined with AcroYoga and Thai Massage to offer a full exploration into balance and holistic well-being.

 

Meet at Academy Green, on the corner of Clinton Ave. & Albany Ave.

If it’s raining, meet at The Yoga House on Crown Street, where we’ll do AcroYoga guided by Adi.

 


Slackline Series



 

Adi Carter

PR_headshot2Adi has been a life long student of practicing yoga off the mat in all shapes and forms especially when it involves being outdoors. Her passion for movement and the environment have taken her on countless adventures around the world and she currently travels and teaches as part of the YogaSlackers & created the Redefining Balance series and retreats to share the modalities of shifting perspective through yoga, slacklining, AcroYoga, climbing, surfing, mountain biking and just about anything else you can think to do on the Earth’s terrain. Traveling & teaching often times with her car as a home base, you can find her somewhere in the vicinity of an ocean, climb site, mountain or legit climbing tree as she works with students on and off the mat to discover a new sense of balance, strength and focus in whatever their form of practice might be. Read more at AdiCarter.com.

Michael Chandra Cohen’s Introduction to Nonduality and Meditation — Saturday, April 29th, 2:00-4:00pm — $15

The Method of Nonduality and Meditation

with Michael Chandra Cohen

Saturday, April 29th

2:00-4:00pm

The path of Nonduality challenges us to re-think the most intimate notions we hold about ourselves and the world. In this one class will unfold the Nondual vision classic to all Eastern spirituality along with the meditation technique that is integral to this vision.

Michael Chandra was a former swami and senior staff member with the Sivanananda Yoga Vedanta Centers and Swami Vishnudevananda. He taught Eastern Religions and Hinduism at Hunter College in NYC and has also taught Advaita Vedanta at dozens of Yoga Teacher Training Courses throughout the world.


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Balancing the Chakras: The Practice of Moving Within — March 12th, 2:30-4:30pm

Balancing the Chakras: The Practice of Moving Within

With Stephanie Rose Bifolco

Saturday, March 12th, 2:30-4:30pm

$25 door/$20 by March 8th

Hosted right across the street at BSP.

chakra-body1The practice of balancing our Chakras, the seven primary energy centers along the spine, is available to all students who want to go deeper in their yoga practice. For beginners and experienced yogis alike, this practice can strengthen and balance the flow of life force at the seven most powerful regions of the body: your perineum, sacrum, solar plexus, heart, throat, pineal glad, and crown of the head. This essential practice is diverse and includes self-study, visualization, asana, pranayama, and meditation. Ultimately this practice can awaken your Kundalini, the Spirit Consciousness that lays dormant at the base of your spine and opens your body, mind, and heart to its highest potential!

 

stephStephanie Rose:

Stephanie Rose is an Experienced-Registered Yoga Teacher (E-RYT) with The Yoga Alliance, a certified Anusara-Inspired Yoga Teacher, and a Yoga-Teacher-Trainer at Jai Ma School of Yoga in New Paltz.  She has a Certificate of Completion from a 9-month Ayurveda Living Skills Course, and has trained in the philosophies of the Goddess-Centered Yoga Tradition, Nonviolent Communication, and Restorative Yoga.  Stephanie loves to teach her students about yoga and why yoga poses matter.  She passionately shares the rules to create a foundation for healthy living. at home and at work.  Her higher purpose is to educate groups of people so they can join arms together in a health (r)evolution!

Register for this workshop here.