New Schedule Coming This February

website schedule-NO SUBNotable Changes:

  • By popular demand, we now offer Ashtanga every Sunday morning 7:30am with Jacqui Nash.
  • Kerri Wilks is taking over 9:30am House Flow on Sundays, beginning February 28th.
  • AcroYoga is now a once-monthly class co-taught every 4th Sunday of the month by KayCee Wimbish and Leigha Butler, 6:30-8:00pm. Same price as our regular classes: drop-ins and class cards welcome.
  • We no longer offer the early morning Monday early class, 7:00-8:00am.
  • Tuesday‘s early class is now “Slow Flow & Yin,” running from 6:30-7:45am with Julie Colton.
  • Tuesday morning’s 9:30-11:00am House Flow will now be taught by Mel Toth.
  • Wednesday‘s Yin Yoga class now runs from 6:30-7:45am.
  • Thursday‘s early class remains a House Flow, but the time has been changed to 6:30-7:45am.
  • Tuesday‘s evening House Flow with Leigha Butler will now run from 6:00-7:30pm.
  • Wednesday‘s evening Restorative with Sally Delmerico will run from 4:30-5:30pm.
  • Wednesday‘s evening Core Vinyasa with Amy Reed will also run from 6:00-7:30pm.

1 Billion Rising Hudson Valley 2016 — Saturday, February 13th, 7:00am-7:00pm – This event is coming up very soon. Buy your tickets this week!

 

1BillionRising

Saturday, February 13th

An All-Day Event: 7:00am-7:00pm

$40 for an all-access wristband

 

One Billion Rising is the biggest mass action to end violence against women in human history. Join the Hudson Valley community for a celebration of ourselves and our ability to empower and assist others through COMMUNITY, CARING and REVOLUTION. Teachers and healers from around the county will be donating their classes for the day with all proceeds going to support the Washbourne House, a shelter which houses and supports survivors of domestic violence.

Suggested Donation – $40 for full enjoyment of any and all classes a part of this REVOLUTION. See the poster below or the event website for a list of participating locations and the complete schedule. Tickets can be purchased in advance at any participating location or the day of the event.

1 Billion Rising

This year we are “ENLARGING, DEEPENING AND EXPANDING” the call for REVOLUTION, harnessing our COLLECTIVE ENERGY, and connecting our BODIES with the REVOLUTION.

“The struggle of humanity is the struggle to return to our bodies. Through trauma, cruelty, shame, oppression, violence, rape, and exclusion, the body of the human species has been hurt, wounded, and we have been forced to flee our bodies.”
Through yoga, meditation, dance and many more healing modalities, we will join in this year’s Revolution bringing about a “new kind of consciousness – one where violence will be resisted until it is unthinkable.”

 

Purchase your wristband here.

 

AcroYoga — Next Class: Sunday, Feb., 28th, 6:30-8:00pm


AcroYoga

Class every 4th Sunday, 6:30-8:00pm

AcroYoga

Featuring Adi Carter & Leigha Butler. Shot by Danielle Robidoux

Led by Leigha Butler & KayCee Wimbish

90 minutes

AcroYoga is a style of partner yoga consisting of a base, a flyer, and a spotter. Combining elements of yoga, acrobatics, and Thai yoga massage, it offers a playful way to connect with fellow community members. This once-monthly co-taught class is open to all, every 4th Sunday. We will focus on three to four partner poses per month, and we’ll list them on the Hudson Valley AcroYogi group on Facebook.

 

– See more at: http://theyogahouseny.com/classes/class-descriptions/#sthash.K5D4TdX7.dpuf

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.

The Yogic Art of Inclusion: A Diversity Workshop for Yoga Teachers — Saturday March 19th, 2-4pm

The Yogic Art of Inclusion: A Diversity Workshop

for Yoga Teachers and Leaders Across Fields

Saturday, March 19th

2:00-4:00pm

$25 to preregister / $30 day-of

Adriana, Europa, Diversity, Inclusivity

A workshop designed for yoga teachers to learn strategies to cultivate greater inclusion within classes and expansion of the yoga community at large. As a teacher it is vital to cultivate sensitivity and awareness of different cultural and social norms in order to create a safe container, conducive to transformation and learning. You will leave this workshop with tools to better support and serve the communities and individuals you work with.  Come ready to dive in and uncover what is keeping you separate.  Be prepared to participate in powerful group discussions, journal, move your body, and engage in small group activities.  Wear comfortable clothes, bring something to write with and come with an open mind and open heart.

 

EuropaEuropa has a strong yet soft presence as a space holder, and uses their skillfulness in listening to the energies within groups to facilitate individual and collective transformation. Europa’s dedication and passion to create space for all to learn, shows up as a deep curiosity and internal exploration within the processes experienced in classes/workshops. With a passion driven by diversity, inclusivity, and tantric philosophy, Europa helps other see the light that creates our shadow. Europa is a 500 hour Ayurvedic Yoga teacher and works contractually as a program coordinator for the Kripalu School of Yoga 200 hour Teacher Trainings and teaches asana, meditation and pranayama full-time at Canyon Ranch in Lenox, MA.

 

Adriana, YogaAdriana is a compassionate and warm-hearted yoga enthusiast who has a passion for inspiring others on their journey to self-discovery. She believes strongly in the power of yoga as a tool for self-transformation and is dedicated to making yoga accessible to diverse populations, both domestically and internationally. Adriana is a certified 500-hour yoga teacher and holds a degree in International Affairs. She has worked in Public Health and International Development for the last several years. In her free time, Adriana enjoys being in nature, biking, hiking, dancing, cooking, traveling, and building community.

Register for this workshop here.

Yoga Fundamentals: A Workshop for Beginners SOLD OUT

Yoga Fundamentals:

A Workshop for Beginners

Saturday, January 23rd, 1:30-4:30pm

There are no more spaces available for this workshop.

If you are interested in us hosting another, please email us at info@theyogahouseny.com.

YOGA House in Kingston, NYWe’ve all heard of the widely known physical and mental benefits of a consistent yoga practice. We know that when we hear the word “yoga” we think of flexibility, stress relief and mindfulness. But for some, making that step to experience those well-known benefits is not as easy as walking out the door and getting to a class. Often people feel intimidated and unsure of joining a group class for their first experience. Many questions arise: What type of yoga should I try? What’s with all the breathing? If I’m not flexible, can I do yoga? Maybe you’ve already been to a class but felt too uncomfortable and unsure of yourself to return.

This 2-hour interactive workshop is designed to quell those hesitations and answer any and all questions that you might have about starting a yoga practice. We will cover the following topics:

  • A brief history of yoga
  • An introduction to pranayama (breath control) and meditation
  • An explanation of different styles
  • An introduction to common yoga terms
  • A look at some yoga postures and their anatomical alignment

The entire workshop is designed to encourage dialogue, questions and discussion for any and all topics. If you have a question, we are sure that many other people do, so ask away for us all, teachers and students, to learn about the hesitations that arise. We want to provide you with the foundation of basic yoga principles in order for you to feel comfortable when you enter a yoga class for the first time. Join The Yoga House co-founder and  instructor, Jacqui Nash, for this open forum for any yoga-skeptics.

We have all necessary equipment (props, mats, straps, even water), so bring just yourself. Because we will be doing some postures, please wear comfortable, loose clothing.

(Please note, it is NOT necessary to take this workshop to come to a Beginner’s Class, which we offer of Monday and Friday nights and Thursday mornings.)