Are you new to yoga? Ready to rekindle your practice?
In an intro series, your teacher starts with the basics. Each week will build upon the previous one. You benefit from learning this way because you
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Sometimes life gets in the way and you miss a week. You will be able to catch up when you return, because the teacher will repeat the last week’s lesson.
Learn the fundamentals of the Ashtanga yoga practice in a slow, safe and comprehensive manner.
In this seven week series you learn Sun Salutations, the fundamental standing postures, accessible seated postures, breathing techniques, and philosophy of the Ashtanga yoga system. Your teacher will introduce the Mysore approach to learning. We keep class size small so you get lots of attention.
Students seeking a physically challenging yoga practice or curious about Ashtanga yoga. If you like using your body’s strength and breaking a sweat, this series will improve your strength and flexibility.
Stephen Link has been studying and practicing Yoga for the last 8 years. Stephen teaches what he calls “Unorthodox Ashtanga,” which utilizes the sequences of Ashtanga Yoga as templates which can and should be modified in order to meet the needs of each body. Stephen holds a Bachelors Degree in Religious Studies, an emphasis in Indian Philosophy, and the completion of a 1000 hour Yoga Teacher Training through Naropa University in Boulder, CO.
Improve your life with yoga by reducing stress, calming your mind and improving fitness and flexibility. In this series, you dig into the roots of yoga and learn simple practices that you can take home.
Explore the fundamental elements of yoga—breathing, postures and meditation with a group of like-minded students. This is a practical course– what you learn helps you to improve your life off the mat.
Students in search of stress management coupled with increases in flexibility and strength. If you’re interested in learning about how yoga can improve your life through breathing, meditation and postures, this series will give you specific practices you can use in your life.
I am in love with people and understanding their beauty, passion and divinity through yoga. I believe that we all share immense beauty and strive to reflect this in my own yoga practice and teaching. From asana, mediatation and pranayama to coffee, smiles and skateboarding we can use yoga to develop our capacity for empathy, compassion, integrity and respect. With this in mind, I endeavor to truly love and serve fellow beings in all that they do.
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