PLEASE NOTE: Anya will be teaching Thursday night and Sunday morning classes ONLY the week of June 1st and June 14th and is away the rest of the month. She will return to her full schedule as of July 13th.
Wednesdays 18:15 hatha
Thursdays 18:15 vinyasa
Sundays 9:45 pranayama/meditation
Sundays 11:00 advanced hatha
Sundays 18:15 yin yang
more info here
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Vinyasa can be translated as “placement in a special or particular way”. For newer and experienced teachers alike, this four-day immersion focuses on the various ways the “placement” of instruction can be refined using the philisophical guidelines of the Buddhist Noble Eightfold Path as a foundation. Particular emphasis will be placed on vinyasa sequencing and instructing with the breath, but the work as a whole applies to teaching in any style or lineage.
Vinyasa Yoga, which often emphasizes the fluid transitions between postures, can be an elegant and incredibly fun practice when all things (form, attention and effort) are consistently in their proper place.
In restorative work, we use yoga props (blocks, bolsters, belts) as our support system and foundation, so that the muscular and nervous systems may also relax and unwind.