New Classes Begin in September; Restorative, Family, Slow Flow, Yin Yoga

New Classes & Schedule Changes

Click here to scroll to new schedule beginning 9/11/17.

 

Restorative Yoga

with Sally Delmerico

Mondays 10-11:15am, Uptown

Begins Sept.11th

What better way to start your week than Restorative Yoga? This class provides a peaceful atmosphere to allow the body, mind, and spirit to rejuvenate itself and prepare for the week ahead. The mind finds space through the breath to be open to new ideas and patterns. When you leave a class you will feel at ease physically and emotionally.

 

Family Yoga

with Hillary Harvey

Wednesdays 4:15-5:15pm, Midtown

$18 to drop in per 1 adult + 1 child aged 4-10

First day, Sept. 13th, is free.

Share yoga with your child! Through yoga games, story-telling with our poses, and simple partner yoga with your child, incorporate relaxation and breathing techniques into your family’s life.

Slow Flow

with Noelle Damon

Thursdays 4:30-5:30pm, Midtown

Begins Sept.14th
Honor the spirit of unwinding by moving at a sweet and mindful pace, building a slow-burning heat that prepares the body for opening and lengthening. Experience a transformative effect on body and spirit. Leave feeling lighter, more joyous, and centered.

Ashtanga, Led Primary Series

NEW TIME!

with Jacquelyn Nash

Thursdays, moves to 5:45-7:15pm, Midtown

Begins Sept.14th
This class is dedicated to the sacred practice of Ashtanga Yoga. It is a led Ashtanga class where we will do the Primary Series, or Yoga Chikitsa, at each class. Read more about this style of yoga here.

 

Yin Yoga

with Kayleigh Stack

Tuesdays, 10:00-11:30am, Uptown

Begins Sept.19th
Kayleigh Stack The Yoga House Kingston Hudson ValleyYin’s meditative quality fosters the development of patience, ease, and calm. In this class, we hold seated and supine poses for about five minutes each. During this time, the teacher will offer alignment instructions and refinement cues, followed by a brief reading or poem, and then we will spend about two minutes in sweet silence during which time each practitioner is encouraged to find his or her own comfort on the mat. Suitable for all levels including very beginner.

 

Coming in October to Uptown: Tot & Me with Amy Reed, Tuesdays, 4:15pm; Baby & Me moves to Tuesday, 3:00pm.

 

New Schedule Beginning September 11, 2017

 

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Intro to Ashtanga Series, Thursday 9/21-10/19, 7:30-8:30pm

Introduction to Ashtanga Yoga

5-week Series

With Jacquelyn Nash

Thursdays, Sept. 21-Oct. 19

7:30-8:30pm at the Midtown Studio

$50; includes the 5 week series and 1 of our weekly Led Ashtanga classes

This 5-week series is for any and all practitioners, both experienced and beginners, who are curious about the Ashtanga Yoga system and incorporating the practice into their yoga routine. This course is meant to answer any questions and to help practitioners understand the integrity and the importance of this practice in a nourishing and compassionate way. Students will be introduced to the basic philosophy and principles of Ashtanga yoga and most specifically to the Primary Series of the Ashtanga practice, which is offered at The Yoga House twice a week. This series is designed for those new to the Ashtanga practice to help them learn and experience the basics of Ashtanga yoga in a safe and comfortable environment. Elements of breath, bandhas (internal energy locks), drishti (gazing points), Surya Namaskara (sun salutations) and vinyasa (linking breath and movement) will be the emphasis in this class. Each new lesson will build on what was learned the previous week so that all students will feel comfortable to step into their first Led Primary Series class. No experience is required. This class is open to both complete beginners and those with yoga experience.

Read a complete description of the Ashtanga Yoga practice here.

 

Jacquelyn Nash was first introduced to the Ashtanga Yoga system in her 200-hour Yoga Teacher Training with Michael Stein at Ashtanga Yoga in New Paltz, NY. Through the guidance of Michael and the self-study of David Swenson’s Ashtanga Yoga, The Practice Manual, Jacquelyn began a dedicated Ashtanga home practice, finding value in the authenticity and integrity of the practice. Through the years, Jacquelyn has been fortunate to study the Ashtanga Yoga system with renowned teachers John Campbell and Kino MacGregor, has taken classes with lineage holder Sharath Jois, Pattabhi Jois’s grandson, and has completed an Ashtanga Primary Series Teacher Training with David Swenson and Shelley Washington. Inspired by the light-heartedness but also sincerity of David and Shelley’s teachings, Jacquelyn has a nurturing and compassionate approach to the Ashtanga system that brings a sense accessibility to those practicing with her. She is humbled to be able to share this sacred practice.


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The Art of Assists & Adjustments — Sat., 10/21, 12-2pm

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The Art of Assists and Adjustments

with Adi Carter

Saturday, October 21st, 12:00-2:00pm

Location: Midtown Studio

$25 preregister/$30 day-of

 

Touch is a powerful tool for connection, healing and deepening the yoga practice. This workshop will explore adjustments rooted in Thai Massage and physical therapy with an emphasis on creating proper alignment for the recipient while also making the adjustment sustainable to give for the giver. Whether you are a yoga teacher looking to deepen your teaching practice or a yoga practitioner looking to understand how the body is aligned in various poses, come explore some basic adjustments to help release stress and realign the body for optimal well being.

 

 

Adi Carter

Known for vibrant classes infused with alignment and creative sequencing, Adi is an internationally celebrated yoga teacher and bodyworker who draws from a background of over 20 years in sports injury management and adventuring to keep her always inspired and problem solving ways to strengthen and increase productivity in the body.

Her classes focus on structural alignment principles combined with energy work and touch based off of Eastern medicine and she uses Thai Massage as a basis for physically adjusting students in yoga classes and also for teaching students (and teachers) how to safely adjust each other and begin to tap in to their natural healing abilities. Adi is also a certified Western herbalist and combines plant medicine & wellness regimes into her wellness treatments and teachings. www.adicarter.com

Adi’s adventures and environmental awareness endeavours have been featured in The New York Times, Yoga Journal, Outdoor Japan, New York Magazine, National Geographic, L.A. Yoga, Yoga + Joyful Living, Urban Climber, elephant journal, Current TV and TIME for CNN.


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PlayShop with Amy Reed — 1st Fridays — Next one: Friday, Oct. 6th, 5:30-7:00pm, uptown

Playshop: 1st Fridays, 5:30-7:00pm
amy reed yoga playshop
with Amy Reed

Uptown, 57 Crown Street

$15 to drop in

As the name implies, this vinyasa class is designed to PLAYfully dive into your favorite poses – binds, balances, inversions, and linking – in a relaxed, conversational, and explorative environment. Questions are welcome and laughs guaranteed as we break down the pose puzzle. Let’s yoga play!

 

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