Beginning Yoga
Apr
23
5:45 PM17:45

Beginning Yoga

There are four principles for first learning yoga, and I devote one week a month to each principle: Week 1 is using the legs to support the body. Week 2 is establishing pelvic balance and health. Week 3 is understanding and using the shoulder and arms safely in the digital age. Week 4 is working with the whole body at once. In this class you will learn standing poses and other poses such as backbends, abdominal work and twists. Principles of correct forward folding is also learned. Inversions are not appropriate at this level. Register here.

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Iyengar 2/3
Apr
23
7:00 PM19:00

Iyengar 2/3

I teach this class in quarterly chunks, overlapping classes as we transition from one subject matter to the next. In Spring to early Summer, it's hip opening and arm balancing, leading to Summer and early Fall forward folding. We learn much of it through inversions, and in advanced standing and other intermediate to advanced poses. Register here.

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Iyengar 1/2
Apr
24
4:30 PM16:30

Iyengar 1/2

My first class at Unity Woods Yoga Center, this class (and studio) are in the Iyengar method. Students register for an entire session, which can be pro-rated at a partially-registered rate; or drop in as able! Syllabi includes all basic-to-intermedaite classical standing, seated, supine, and restorative poses, and it includes teachings of salamba sirsasana (headstand) and salamba sarvangasana (shoulder stand). New session starts April 10. Register here.

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Iyengar 1/2
Apr
25
12:00 PM12:00

Iyengar 1/2

This is a 60-minute lunchtime class designed to strengthen, lengthen, and relax you. We practice standing, seated/floor, backhanding and forward bending poses, and I teach the beginnings of the inverted postures. Class ends with shoulder stand or a restorative pose. In this class I nearly always teach salamba sirsasana (headstand) or its prep, and/or salamba sarvangasana (shoulder stand) or its prep.  Register here.

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Iyengar Level 2
Apr
25
5:45 PM17:45

Iyengar Level 2

This is a 60 minute class, and I teach all Level 1 poses, introduce most Level 2 poses, and build on the seasonal subject matter. It's an excellent class if you've been with me a while in Level 1 and want to be prepared for Level 2. It's also for Level 2 students looking for another detail-oriented weekly class -- and interested in building more baseline information for an integrated, subtle yoga practice. Register here.

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Beginning Yoga
Apr
30
5:45 PM17:45

Beginning Yoga

There are four principles for first learning yoga, and I devote one week a month to each principle: Week 1 is using the legs to support the body. Week 2 is establishing pelvic balance and health. Week 3 is understanding and using the shoulder and arms safely in the digital age. Week 4 is working with the whole body at once. In this class you will learn standing poses and other poses such as backbends, abdominal work and twists. Principles of correct forward folding is also learned. Inversions are not appropriate at this level. Register here.

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Iyengar 2/3
Apr
30
7:00 PM19:00

Iyengar 2/3

I teach this class in quarterly chunks, overlapping classes as we transition from one subject matter to the next. In Spring to early Summer, it's hip opening and arm balancing, leading to Summer and early Fall forward folding. We learn much of it through inversions, and in advanced standing and other intermediate to advanced poses. Register here.

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Iyengar 1/2
May
1
4:30 PM16:30

Iyengar 1/2

My first class at Unity Woods Yoga Center, this class (and studio) are in the Iyengar method. Students register for an entire session, which can be pro-rated at a partially-registered rate; or drop in as able! Syllabi includes all basic-to-intermedaite classical standing, seated, supine, and restorative poses, and it includes teachings of salamba sirsasana (headstand) and salamba sarvangasana (shoulder stand). New session starts April 10. Register here.

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Iyengar 1/2
May
2
12:00 PM12:00

Iyengar 1/2

This is a 60-minute lunchtime class designed to strengthen, lengthen, and relax you. We practice standing, seated/floor, backhanding and forward bending poses, and I teach the beginnings of the inverted postures. Class ends with shoulder stand or a restorative pose. In this class I nearly always teach salamba sirsasana (headstand) or its prep, and/or salamba sarvangasana (shoulder stand) or its prep.  Register here.

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Iyengar Level 2
May
2
5:45 PM17:45

Iyengar Level 2

This is a 60 minute class, and I teach all Level 1 poses, introduce most Level 2 poses, and build on the seasonal subject matter. It's an excellent class if you've been with me a while in Level 1 and want to be prepared for Level 2. It's also for Level 2 students looking for another detail-oriented weekly class -- and interested in building more baseline information for an integrated, subtle yoga practice. Register here.

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Beginning Yoga
May
7
5:45 PM17:45

Beginning Yoga

There are four principles for first learning yoga, and I devote one week a month to each principle: Week 1 is using the legs to support the body. Week 2 is establishing pelvic balance and health. Week 3 is understanding and using the shoulder and arms safely in the digital age. Week 4 is working with the whole body at once. In this class you will learn standing poses and other poses such as backbends, abdominal work and twists. Principles of correct forward folding is also learned. Inversions are not appropriate at this level. Register here.

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Iyengar 2/3
May
7
7:00 PM19:00

Iyengar 2/3

I teach this class in quarterly chunks, overlapping classes as we transition from one subject matter to the next. In Spring to early Summer, it's hip opening and arm balancing, leading to Summer and early Fall forward folding. We learn much of it through inversions, and in advanced standing and other intermediate to advanced poses. Register here.

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Iyengar 1/2
May
8
4:30 PM16:30

Iyengar 1/2

My first class at Unity Woods Yoga Center, this class (and studio) are in the Iyengar method. Students register for an entire session, which can be pro-rated at a partially-registered rate; or drop in as able! Syllabi includes all basic-to-intermedaite classical standing, seated, supine, and restorative poses, and it includes teachings of salamba sirsasana (headstand) and salamba sarvangasana (shoulder stand). New session starts April 10. Register here.

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Iyengar 1/2
May
9
12:00 PM12:00

Iyengar 1/2

This is a 60-minute lunchtime class designed to strengthen, lengthen, and relax you. We practice standing, seated/floor, backhanding and forward bending poses, and I teach the beginnings of the inverted postures. Class ends with shoulder stand or a restorative pose. In this class I nearly always teach salamba sirsasana (headstand) or its prep, and/or salamba sarvangasana (shoulder stand) or its prep.  Register here.

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Iyengar Level 2
May
9
5:45 PM17:45

Iyengar Level 2

This is a 60 minute class, and I teach all Level 1 poses, introduce most Level 2 poses, and build on the seasonal subject matter. It's an excellent class if you've been with me a while in Level 1 and want to be prepared for Level 2. It's also for Level 2 students looking for another detail-oriented weekly class -- and interested in building more baseline information for an integrated, subtle yoga practice. Register here.

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Beginning Yoga
May
14
5:45 PM17:45

Beginning Yoga

There are four principles for first learning yoga, and I devote one week a month to each principle: Week 1 is using the legs to support the body. Week 2 is establishing pelvic balance and health. Week 3 is understanding and using the shoulder and arms safely in the digital age. Week 4 is working with the whole body at once. In this class you will learn standing poses and other poses such as backbends, abdominal work and twists. Principles of correct forward folding is also learned. Inversions are not appropriate at this level. Register here.

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Iyengar 2/3
May
14
7:00 PM19:00

Iyengar 2/3

I teach this class in quarterly chunks, overlapping classes as we transition from one subject matter to the next. In Spring to early Summer, it's hip opening and arm balancing, leading to Summer and early Fall forward folding. We learn much of it through inversions, and in advanced standing and other intermediate to advanced poses. Register here.

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Iyengar 1/2
May
15
4:30 PM16:30

Iyengar 1/2

My first class at Unity Woods Yoga Center, this class (and studio) are in the Iyengar method. Students register for an entire session, which can be pro-rated at a partially-registered rate; or drop in as able! Syllabi includes all basic-to-intermedaite classical standing, seated, supine, and restorative poses, and it includes teachings of salamba sirsasana (headstand) and salamba sarvangasana (shoulder stand). New session starts April 10. Register here.

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Iyengar 1/2
May
16
12:00 PM12:00

Iyengar 1/2

This is a 60-minute lunchtime class designed to strengthen, lengthen, and relax you. We practice standing, seated/floor, backhanding and forward bending poses, and I teach the beginnings of the inverted postures. Class ends with shoulder stand or a restorative pose. In this class I nearly always teach salamba sirsasana (headstand) or its prep, and/or salamba sarvangasana (shoulder stand) or its prep.  Register here.

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Iyengar Level 2
May
16
5:45 PM17:45

Iyengar Level 2

This is a 60 minute class, and I teach all Level 1 poses, introduce most Level 2 poses, and build on the seasonal subject matter. It's an excellent class if you've been with me a while in Level 1 and want to be prepared for Level 2. It's also for Level 2 students looking for another detail-oriented weekly class -- and interested in building more baseline information for an integrated, subtle yoga practice. Register here.

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Beginning Yoga
May
21
5:45 PM17:45

Beginning Yoga

There are four principles for first learning yoga, and I devote one week a month to each principle: Week 1 is using the legs to support the body. Week 2 is establishing pelvic balance and health. Week 3 is understanding and using the shoulder and arms safely in the digital age. Week 4 is working with the whole body at once. In this class you will learn standing poses and other poses such as backbends, abdominal work and twists. Principles of correct forward folding is also learned. Inversions are not appropriate at this level. Register here.

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Iyengar 2/3
May
21
7:00 PM19:00

Iyengar 2/3

I teach this class in quarterly chunks, overlapping classes as we transition from one subject matter to the next. In Spring to early Summer, it's hip opening and arm balancing, leading to Summer and early Fall forward folding. We learn much of it through inversions, and in advanced standing and other intermediate to advanced poses. Register here.

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Iyengar 1/2
May
22
4:30 PM16:30

Iyengar 1/2

My first class at Unity Woods Yoga Center, this class (and studio) are in the Iyengar method. Students register for an entire session, which can be pro-rated at a partially-registered rate; or drop in as able! Syllabi includes all basic-to-intermedaite classical standing, seated, supine, and restorative poses, and it includes teachings of salamba sirsasana (headstand) and salamba sarvangasana (shoulder stand). New session starts April 10. Register here.

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Iyengar 1/2
May
23
12:00 PM12:00

Iyengar 1/2

This is a 60-minute lunchtime class designed to strengthen, lengthen, and relax you. We practice standing, seated/floor, backhanding and forward bending poses, and I teach the beginnings of the inverted postures. Class ends with shoulder stand or a restorative pose. In this class I nearly always teach salamba sirsasana (headstand) or its prep, and/or salamba sarvangasana (shoulder stand) or its prep.  Register here.

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Iyengar Level 2
May
23
5:45 PM17:45

Iyengar Level 2

This is a 60 minute class, and I teach all Level 1 poses, introduce most Level 2 poses, and build on the seasonal subject matter. It's an excellent class if you've been with me a while in Level 1 and want to be prepared for Level 2. It's also for Level 2 students looking for another detail-oriented weekly class -- and interested in building more baseline information for an integrated, subtle yoga practice. Register here.

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Beginning Yoga
May
28
5:45 PM17:45

Beginning Yoga

There are four principles for first learning yoga, and I devote one week a month to each principle: Week 1 is using the legs to support the body. Week 2 is establishing pelvic balance and health. Week 3 is understanding and using the shoulder and arms safely in the digital age. Week 4 is working with the whole body at once. In this class you will learn standing poses and other poses such as backbends, abdominal work and twists. Principles of correct forward folding is also learned. Inversions are not appropriate at this level. Register here.

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Iyengar 2/3
May
28
7:00 PM19:00

Iyengar 2/3

I teach this class in quarterly chunks, overlapping classes as we transition from one subject matter to the next. In Spring to early Summer, it's hip opening and arm balancing, leading to Summer and early Fall forward folding. We learn much of it through inversions, and in advanced standing and other intermediate to advanced poses. Register here.

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Iyengar 1/2
May
29
4:30 PM16:30

Iyengar 1/2

My first class at Unity Woods Yoga Center, this class (and studio) are in the Iyengar method. Students register for an entire session, which can be pro-rated at a partially-registered rate; or drop in as able! Syllabi includes all basic-to-intermedaite classical standing, seated, supine, and restorative poses, and it includes teachings of salamba sirsasana (headstand) and salamba sarvangasana (shoulder stand). New session starts April 10. Register here.

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Iyengar 1/2
May
30
12:00 PM12:00

Iyengar 1/2

This is a 60-minute lunchtime class designed to strengthen, lengthen, and relax you. We practice standing, seated/floor, backhanding and forward bending poses, and I teach the beginnings of the inverted postures. Class ends with shoulder stand or a restorative pose. In this class I nearly always teach salamba sirsasana (headstand) or its prep, and/or salamba sarvangasana (shoulder stand) or its prep.  Register here.

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Iyengar Level 2
May
30
5:45 PM17:45

Iyengar Level 2

This is a 60 minute class, and I teach all Level 1 poses, introduce most Level 2 poses, and build on the seasonal subject matter. It's an excellent class if you've been with me a while in Level 1 and want to be prepared for Level 2. It's also for Level 2 students looking for another detail-oriented weekly class -- and interested in building more baseline information for an integrated, subtle yoga practice. Register here.

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Beginning Yoga
Jun
4
5:45 PM17:45

Beginning Yoga

There are four principles for first learning yoga, and I devote one week a month to each principle: Week 1 is using the legs to support the body. Week 2 is establishing pelvic balance and health. Week 3 is understanding and using the shoulder and arms safely in the digital age. Week 4 is working with the whole body at once. In this class you will learn standing poses and other poses such as backbends, abdominal work and twists. Principles of correct forward folding is also learned. Inversions are not appropriate at this level. Register here.

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Iyengar 2/3
Jun
4
7:00 PM19:00

Iyengar 2/3

I teach this class in quarterly chunks, overlapping classes as we transition from one subject matter to the next. In Spring to early Summer, it's hip opening and arm balancing, leading to Summer and early Fall forward folding. We learn much of it through inversions, and in advanced standing and other intermediate to advanced poses. Register here.

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Iyengar 1/2
Jun
5
4:30 PM16:30

Iyengar 1/2

My first class at Unity Woods Yoga Center, this class (and studio) are in the Iyengar method. Students register for an entire session, which can be pro-rated at a partially-registered rate; or drop in as able! Syllabi includes all basic-to-intermedaite classical standing, seated, supine, and restorative poses, and it includes teachings of salamba sirsasana (headstand) and salamba sarvangasana (shoulder stand). New session starts April 10. Register here.

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Iyengar 1/2
Jun
6
12:00 PM12:00

Iyengar 1/2

This is a 60-minute lunchtime class designed to strengthen, lengthen, and relax you. We practice standing, seated/floor, backhanding and forward bending poses, and I teach the beginnings of the inverted postures. Class ends with shoulder stand or a restorative pose. In this class I nearly always teach salamba sirsasana (headstand) or its prep, and/or salamba sarvangasana (shoulder stand) or its prep.  Register here.

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Iyengar Level 2
Jun
6
5:45 PM17:45

Iyengar Level 2

This is a 60 minute class, and I teach all Level 1 poses, introduce most Level 2 poses, and build on the seasonal subject matter. It's an excellent class if you've been with me a while in Level 1 and want to be prepared for Level 2. It's also for Level 2 students looking for another detail-oriented weekly class -- and interested in building more baseline information for an integrated, subtle yoga practice. Register here.

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Beginning Yoga
Jun
11
5:45 PM17:45

Beginning Yoga

There are four principles for first learning yoga, and I devote one week a month to each principle: Week 1 is using the legs to support the body. Week 2 is establishing pelvic balance and health. Week 3 is understanding and using the shoulder and arms safely in the digital age. Week 4 is working with the whole body at once. In this class you will learn standing poses and other poses such as backbends, abdominal work and twists. Principles of correct forward folding is also learned. Inversions are not appropriate at this level. Register here.

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Iyengar 2/3
Jun
11
7:00 PM19:00

Iyengar 2/3

I teach this class in quarterly chunks, overlapping classes as we transition from one subject matter to the next. In Spring to early Summer, it's hip opening and arm balancing, leading to Summer and early Fall forward folding. We learn much of it through inversions, and in advanced standing and other intermediate to advanced poses. Register here.

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Iyengar 2/3
Jun
18
7:00 PM19:00

Iyengar 2/3

I teach this class in quarterly chunks, overlapping classes as we transition from one subject matter to the next. In Spring to early Summer, it's hip opening and arm balancing, leading to Summer and early Fall forward folding. We learn much of it through inversions, and in advanced standing and other intermediate to advanced poses. Register here.

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Iyengar 2/3
Jun
25
7:00 PM19:00

Iyengar 2/3

I teach this class in quarterly chunks, overlapping classes as we transition from one subject matter to the next. In Spring to early Summer, it's hip opening and arm balancing, leading to Summer and early Fall forward folding. We learn much of it through inversions, and in advanced standing and other intermediate to advanced poses. Register here.

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Iyengar 2/3
Jul
2
7:00 PM19:00

Iyengar 2/3

I teach this class in quarterly chunks, overlapping classes as we transition from one subject matter to the next. In Spring to early Summer, it's hip opening and arm balancing, leading to Summer and early Fall forward folding. We learn much of it through inversions, and in advanced standing and other intermediate to advanced poses. Register here.

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Iyengar Level 2
Apr
18
5:45 PM17:45

Iyengar Level 2

This is a 60 minute class, and I teach all Level 1 poses, introduce most Level 2 poses, and build on the seasonal subject matter. It's an excellent class if you've been with me a while in Level 1 and want to be prepared for Level 2. It's also for Level 2 students looking for another detail-oriented weekly class -- and interested in building more baseline information for an integrated, subtle yoga practice. Register here.

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Iyengar 1/2
Apr
18
12:00 PM12:00

Iyengar 1/2

This is a 60-minute lunchtime class designed to strengthen, lengthen, and relax you. We practice standing, seated/floor, backhanding and forward bending poses, and I teach the beginnings of the inverted postures. Class ends with shoulder stand or a restorative pose. In this class I nearly always teach salamba sirsasana (headstand) or its prep, and/or salamba sarvangasana (shoulder stand) or its prep.  Register here.

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Iyengar 1/2
Apr
17
4:30 PM16:30

Iyengar 1/2

My first class at Unity Woods Yoga Center, this class (and studio) are in the Iyengar method. Students register for an entire session, which can be pro-rated at a partially-registered rate, or you can drop in as they are able! Syllabi includes all basic-to-intermedaite classical standing, seated, supine, and restorative poses, and it includes teachings of salamba sirsasana (headstand) and salamba sarvangasana (shoulder stand), Register here.

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Iyengar 2/3
Apr
16
7:00 PM19:00

Iyengar 2/3

I teach this class in quarterly chunks, overlapping classes as we transition from one subject matter to the next. In Spring to early Summer, it's hip opening and arm balancing, leading to Summer and early Fall forward folding. We learn much of it through inversions, and in advanced standing and other intermediate to advanced poses. Register here.

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Beginning Yoga
Apr
16
5:45 PM17:45

Beginning Yoga

There are four principles for first learning yoga, and I devote one week a month to each principle: Week 1 is using the legs to support the body. Week 2 is establishing pelvic balance and health. Week 3 is understanding and using the shoulder and arms safely in the digital age. Week 4 is working with the whole body at once. In this class you will learn standing poses and other poses such as backbends, abdominal work and twists. Principles of correct forward folding is also learned. Inversions are not appropriate at this level. Register here.

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Arm Balances: Fly Up
Apr
13
2:00 PM14:00

Arm Balances: Fly Up

Arm balances, such as handstand, crow pose, firefly pose, and eight-angled pose (astavakrasana), are some of the most exciting and challenging poses in the yoga repertoire. In them, you learn about the physics of flying, which is why they're so much fun. Learn how to release the hips, recruit the abdomen, and lift the chest, to fly up. Register at YogaWorks.

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Iyengar Level 2
Apr
11
5:45 PM17:45

Iyengar Level 2

This is a 60 minute class, and I teach all Level 1 poses, introduce most Level 2 poses, and build on the seasonal subject matter. It's an excellent class if you've been with me a while in Level 1 and want to be prepared for Level 2. It's also for Level 2 students looking for another detail-oriented weekly class -- and interested in building more baseline information for an integrated, subtle yoga practice. Register here.

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Iyengar 1/2
Apr
11
12:00 PM12:00

Iyengar 1/2

This is a 60-minute lunchtime class designed to strengthen, lengthen, and relax you. We practice standing, seated/floor, backhanding and forward bending poses, and I teach the beginnings of the inverted postures. Class ends with shoulder stand or a restorative pose. In this class I nearly always teach salamba sirsasana (headstand) or its prep, and/or salamba sarvangasana (shoulder stand) or its prep.  Register here.

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Iyengar 1/2
Apr
10
4:30 PM16:30

Iyengar 1/2

My first class at Unity Woods Yoga Center, this class (and studio) are in the Iyengar method. Students register for an entire session, which can be pro-rated at a partially-registered rate; or drop in as able! Syllabi includes all basic-to-intermedaite classical standing, seated, supine, and restorative poses, and it includes teachings of salamba sirsasana (headstand) and salamba sarvangasana (shoulder stand). New session starts April 10. Register here.

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Iyengar 2/3
Apr
9
7:00 PM19:00

Iyengar 2/3

I teach this class in quarterly chunks, overlapping classes as we transition from one subject matter to the next. In Spring to early Summer, it's hip opening and arm balancing, leading to Summer and early Fall forward folding. We learn much of it through inversions, and in advanced standing and other intermediate to advanced poses. Register here.

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Beginning Yoga
Apr
9
5:45 PM17:45

Beginning Yoga

There are four principles for first learning yoga, and I devote one week a month to each principle: Week 1 is using the legs to support the body. Week 2 is establishing pelvic balance and health. Week 3 is understanding and using the shoulder and arms safely in the digital age. Week 4 is working with the whole body at once. In this class you will learn standing poses and other poses such as backbends, abdominal work and twists. Principles of correct forward folding is also learned. Inversions are not appropriate at this level. Register here.

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Iyengar Level 2
Apr
4
5:45 PM17:45

Iyengar Level 2

This is a 60 minute class, and I teach all Level 1 poses, introduce most Level 2 poses, and build on the seasonal subject matter. It's an excellent class if you've been with me a while in Level 1 and want to be prepared for Level 2. It's also for Level 2 students looking for another detail-oriented weekly class -- and interested in building more baseline information for an integrated, subtle yoga practice. Register here.

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Iyengar 1/2
Apr
4
12:00 PM12:00

Iyengar 1/2

This is a 60-minute lunchtime class designed to strengthen, lengthen, and relax you. We practice standing, seated/floor, backhanding and forward bending poses, and I teach the beginnings of the inverted postures. Class ends with shoulder stand or a restorative pose. In this class I nearly always teach salamba sirsasana (headstand) or its prep, and/or salamba sarvangasana (shoulder stand) or its prep.  Register here.

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Iyengar 1/2
Apr
3
4:30 PM16:30

Iyengar 1/2

My first class at Unity Woods Yoga Center, this class (and studio) are in the Iyengar method. Students register for an entire session, which can be pro-rated at a partially-registered rate, or you can drop in as they are able! Syllabi includes all basic-to-intermedaite classical standing, seated, supine, and restorative poses, and it includes teachings of salamba sirsasana (headstand) and salamba sarvangasana (shoulder stand), Register here.

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Iyengar 2/3
Apr
2
7:00 PM19:00

Iyengar 2/3

I teach this class in quarterly chunks, overlapping classes as we transition from one subject matter to the next. In Spring to early Summer, it's hip opening and arm balancing, leading to Summer and early Fall forward folding. We learn much of it through inversions, and in advanced standing and other intermediate to advanced poses. Register here.

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Beginning Yoga
Apr
2
5:45 PM17:45

Beginning Yoga

There are four principles for first learning yoga, and I devote one week a month to each principle: Week 1 is using the legs to support the body. Week 2 is establishing pelvic balance and health. Week 3 is understanding and using the shoulder and arms safely in the digital age. Week 4 is working with the whole body at once. In this class you will learn standing poses and other poses such as backbends, abdominal work and twists. Principles of correct forward folding is also learned. Inversions are not appropriate at this level. Register here.

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Iyengar Level 2
Mar
29
9:30 AM09:30

Iyengar Level 2

In this high-energy, morning intermediate class, we unpack what I've taught the previous Tuesday. This Winter, we're doing backbends. We always aim for longer holds in headstand and shoulder stand, and we explore variations. We'll also address how to build and sustain strength and length in standing and other poses. Register here.

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Iyengar Level 2
Mar
28
5:45 PM17:45

Iyengar Level 2

This is a 60 minute class, and I teach all Level 1 poses, introduce most Level 2 poses, and build on the seasonal subject matter. It's an excellent class if you've been with me a while in Level 1 and want to be prepared for Level 2. It's also for Level 2 students looking for another detail-oriented weekly class -- and interested in building more baseline information for an integrated, subtle yoga practice. Register here.

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Iyengar 1/2
Mar
28
12:00 PM12:00

Iyengar 1/2

This is a 60-minute lunchtime class designed to strengthen, lengthen, and relax you. Versus all my other classes, which are progressive if you want them to be, this class follows the same basic format every time for any level of yoga student. We do standing, seated/floor, inverted, and then one or two restorative poses. Seated/floor poses run the gamut, including everything from twists and backbends, to forward folds. In this class I nearly always teach salamba sirsasana (headstand) or its prep, and salamba sarvangasana (shoulder stand) or its prep.  Register here.

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Iyengar 1/2
Mar
27
4:30 PM16:30

Iyengar 1/2

My first class at Unity Woods Yoga Center, this class (and studio) are in the Iyengar method. Students register for an entire session, which can be pro-rated at a partially-registered rate, or you can drop in as they are able! Syllabi includes all basic-to-intermedaite classical standing, seated, supine, and restorative poses, and it includes teachings of salamba sirsasana (headstand) and salamba sarvangasana (shoulder stand), Register here.

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Beginning Yoga
Mar
26
5:45 PM17:45

Beginning Yoga

There are four principles for first learning yoga, and I devote one week a month to each principle: Week 1 is getting your legs underneath you. Week 2 is establishing pelvic health. Week 3 is Integrating the shoulder and arms. Week 4 is establishing an integrated practice. In this class you will learn how to do good standing poses and stay stable in other poses such as backbends, abdominal work and twists. Principles of correct forward folding is also learned. Inversions are not appropriate at this level. Register here.

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Intermediate Yoga
Mar
22
9:30 AM09:30

Intermediate Yoga

In this high-energy, morning intermediate class, we unpack what I've taught the previous Tuesday. This Winter, we're doing backbends. We always aim for longer holds in headstand and shoulder stand, and we explore variations. We'll also address how to build and sustain strength and length in standing and other poses. Register here.

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Intermediate Yoga
Mar
21
5:45 PM17:45

Intermediate Yoga

This is a 60 minute class, and I teach all Level 1 poses, introduce most Level 2 poses, and build on the seasonal subject matter. It's an excellent class if you've been with me a while in Level 1 and want to be prepared for Level 2. It's also for Level 2 students looking for another detail-oriented weekly class -- and interested in building more baseline information for an integrated, subtle yoga practice. Register here.

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All Levels Iyengar
Mar
21
12:00 PM12:00

All Levels Iyengar

This is a 60-minute lunchtime class designed to strengthen, lengthen, and relax you. Versus all my other classes, which are progressive if you want them to be, this class follows the same basic format every time for any level of yoga student. We do standing, seated/floor, inverted, and then one or two restorative poses. Seated/floor poses run the gamut, including everything from twists and backbends, to forward folds. In this class I nearly always teach salamba sirsasana (headstand) or its prep, and salamba sarvangasana (shoulder stand) or its prep.  Register here.

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Iyengar 1/2
Mar
20
4:30 PM16:30

Iyengar 1/2

My first class at Unity Woods Yoga Center, this class (and studio) are in the Iyengar method. Students register for an entire session, which can be pro-rated at a partially-registered rate, or you can drop in as they are able! Syllabi includes all basic-to-intermedaite classical standing, seated, supine, and restorative poses, and it includes teachings of salamba sirsasana (headstand) and salamba sarvangasana (shoulder stand), Register here.

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Intermediate-Advanced Yoga
Mar
19
7:00 PM19:00

Intermediate-Advanced Yoga

I teach this class in quarterly chunks, overlapping classes as we transition from one subject matter to the next. This Summer it's forward holding and other aspects of hip and hamstring opening, and belly lengthening and strengthening. We learn all of it in inversions, and in advanced standing and other intermediate to advanced poses. Register here.

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Beginning Yoga
Mar
19
5:45 PM17:45

Beginning Yoga

There are four principles for first learning yoga, and I devote one week a month to each principle: Week 1 is getting your legs underneath you. Week 2 is establishing pelvic health. Week 3 is Integrating the shoulder and arms. Week 4 is establishing an integrated practice. In this class you will learn how to do good standing poses and stay stable in other poses such as backbends, abdominal work and twists. Principles of correct forward folding is also learned. Inversions are not appropriate at this level. Register here.

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Align & Refine Yoga: Level 2
Mar
15
9:30 AM09:30

Align & Refine Yoga: Level 2

In this high-energy, morning intermediate class, we unpack what I've taught the previous Tuesday. This Winter, we're doing backbends. We always aim for longer holds in headstand and shoulder stand, and we explore variations. We'll also address how to build and sustain strength and length in standing and other poses. Register here.

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Align & Refine Yoga: Level 2
Mar
14
5:45 PM17:45

Align & Refine Yoga: Level 2

This is a 60 minute class, and I teach all Level 1 poses, introduce most Level 2 poses, and build on the seasonal subject matter. It's an excellent class if you've been with me a while in Level 1 and want to be prepared for Level 2. It's also for Level 2 students looking for another detail-oriented weekly class -- and interested in building more baseline information for an integrated, subtle yoga practice. Register here.

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Iyengar 1/2
Mar
13
4:30 PM16:30

Iyengar 1/2

My first class at Unity Woods Yoga Center, this class (and studio) are in the Iyengar method. Students register for an entire session, which can be pro-rated at a partially-registered rate, or you can drop in as they are able! Syllabi includes all basic-to-intermedaite classical standing, seated, supine, and restorative poses, and it includes teachings of salamba sirsasana (headstand) and salamba sarvangasana (shoulder stand), Register here.

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