workshops & events

Midtown Basics: Yoga for Beginners
Oct
14
to Oct 28

Midtown Basics: Yoga for Beginners

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A Beginner’s Introduction to the Different Styles of Yoga Offered at Midtown

Interested in Yoga, but feeling a little intimidated? Join owner, teacher and student, Ellie, in this 3 week series designed to give you the foundations you will need to get your yoga practice started. You’ll gain knowledge and experience in basic postures (asanas), linking breath per movement (vinyasa), and using props to make safe modifications for your body. This semi-private group setting allows for plenty of individual attention and opportunity to ask questions. We’ll go over the different verbiage, styles and sequencing of practices we offer here at Midtown, so that you can feel comfortable and confident choosing a yoga class that works for you.

3 Mondays: 10/14, 10/21, 10/28. 6:15-7:30p.

$88 commitment gets you the specialized class series and one month of unlimited yoga. Space is limited to 6 students.

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Workshop and Explore CHATURANGA TRANSITIONS with Ellie
Nov
17
10:30 AM10:30

Workshop and Explore CHATURANGA TRANSITIONS with Ellie

Beginners Welcome and Encouraged!

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Join Ellie Sunday, November 17th 10:30am-12:30pm for an informative exploration of safely modifying and transitioning through Chaturanga Dandasana.

Using discussion, demonstration, and practice, Ellie will guide you to find the safest way(s) for you and your unique body to approach and modify this transition. Students will receive ample individual attention on form and function, so that you leave with a solid understanding of what effectively works for you in your daily practice and what you might work on moving forward.

This class is limited to 10 people, so that we may break down this transition in depth, with detailed explanations and individual investigations on building the strength to move safely through chaturanga, and the knowledge to know when and how to modify the posture when needed. Whether you are skipping chatranga entirely, working with Knees/chest/chin, pressing straight back to chaturanga from seated, or attempting chakrasana (the backward roll into chaturanga), specific variations and tips will be given to each practitioner, from beginner to advanced.

Come have fun and take the intimidation factor out of the “yoga pushup” :) $33



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Therapeutic Restorative Yoga Workshop with Reiki and Essential Oils
Dec
8
12:00 PM12:00

Therapeutic Restorative Yoga Workshop with Reiki and Essential Oils

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Therapeutic Restorative Yoga Workshop

with Reiki and essential oils

 The workshop will be led by Suzanne Even, E-RYT 200, who has been leading group and private Yoga classes and offering workshops since 2012. Suzanne has a B.S. degree in Health and Human Science, is a Certified Health Coach and Reiki practitioner.

 We will open with a centering and clearing pranayama practice, a heart and throat opening mantra, a thoughtful intention and an introspective meditation. In the therapeutic aspect of this workshop Yoga therapy balls will be used to loosen connective tissue, heal muscle and improve posture. Restorative Yoga will follow to find calm and rejuvenation for the mind, giving time and space for the nervous system to shift into repair. The healing energy of Reiki will be offered to facilitate the open flow of life energy, bringing soothing to the soul. And, to complete the whole experience, therapeutic grade essential oils will be offered to support and deepen the nourishing and healing.

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A Night of Kirtan
Oct
16
7:30 PM19:30

A Night of Kirtan

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Join us for a special night of Kirtan with two groups leading us in songs and group singing. The Butter Thieves & Priya - Jay.

Wednesday, October 16th at Midtown Community Yoga (600 A S Virginia St) from 7:30-9:30 pm.

$10-$20 Pay What You Can (No one will be turned away).

Priya - Jay have been leading Kirtan in Reno on regular basis. Using a harmonium and guitar, they blend traditional Kirtan with some western influences. Both are yoga teachers who love leading the community in traditional mantras designed to open your heart, and connect to yourself and others.

The Butter Thieves - Join Jamil Apostol and Vrindavan Chandra Das as they lead a unique offering of Bhakti Yoga. The Butter Thieves incorporate Kirtan (devotional call-and response) with genre bending songwriting and poetry. The Butter Thieves aspire to celebrate unity through diversity. Be prepared to sing, dance and celebrate your soul!


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ASHTANGA BASICS: Introduction to Ashtanga at Midtown
Oct
6
10:30 AM10:30

ASHTANGA BASICS: Introduction to Ashtanga at Midtown

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Join Ellie for an Introduction to the Ashtanga Program here at Midtown. Recommended for anyone new to Ashtanga Style of Yoga. Learn what to expect in Mysore Sessions and Guided Classes, and learn philosophy, history, and other subtleties of this time-honored practice. Students can ask specific questions and explore modifications tailored to each individual.

Begin your journey into this transformative practice.
Choose from 10/6, 11/3, or 12/1. 10:30am-12:30pm.

$108 commitment gets you the 2 hour workshop PLUS one month of Ashtanga and Mysore classes, and unlimited access to our full schedule.

Please do not attend morning Mysore until you have completed the workshop.


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Applied Mindfulness: Gentle Yoga, Discussion, Guided Meditation
Sep
28
1:00 PM13:00

Applied Mindfulness: Gentle Yoga, Discussion, Guided Meditation

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This workshop is designed to help you create peace on your mat and learn practical tools to take this peace with you into your day to day life.

Join Angel Lawrence, MD in gentle yoga, focused on breath and movement, followed by a discussion on how to apply mindfulness techniques on a daily basis. We will discuss living with an active mind, worried thoughts and unnecessary judgments, and finish with a guided meditation.

This is a free introductory workshop as part of our OPEN HOUSE WEEK. Space will fill, so please register in advance on our schedule page.

September 28th. 1-3pm.

I came to yoga 18 years ago after the unexpected death of my husband. The practice of yoga was a retreat and a grounding for me as I continued in medical school and residency, now raising three daughters on my own.

I am Board Certified by the American Board of Neurology and Psychiatry and share the benefits of mindfulness and other therapy modalities with my patients on a daily basis. In 2016 I completed yoga teacher training with local teacher, Angie Fraley. I find that the 8 limb path is a beautiful structure for living a peaceful and full life that can be shared by all.

It is my heartfelt wish to work with my fellow yogis to provide a safe place to talk, to discuss the challenges of being human and living in a busy world.


Angelene Lawrence, MD


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OPEN HOUSE:  Free Classes All Week!
Sep
23
to Sep 29

OPEN HOUSE: Free Classes All Week!

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Meet our teachers and join our welcoming community for FREE classes all week, including some specialized classes and workshops.

ANYONE SIGNING UP FOR A RECURRING MONTHLY MEMBERSHIP GETS A 6 MONTH MEMBER DISCOUNT TO HELLO YOGA & GETS ENTERED TO WIN A RAFFLE OF PRIZES . SIGN UP ANYTIME BETWEEN NOW AND SEPTEMBER 30TH TO GET ENTERED. ( Prizes include Midtown Merch, Yoga mat and Bag, 6 month & 1 year Unlimited Memberships, Ritual Massage, & MORE! )

*YOGA AND LIVE MUSIC Friday September 27th 5:30pm with Ellie and Rachael Donations welcome and appreciated for Rachael

*APPLIED MINDFULNESS Saturday September 28th 1-3pm with Angel Lawrence

*ALL LEVELS VINYASA Saturday September 28th at 5:30pm with Heidi

*pre-registration required on our schedule page

Or check out any of our regularly scheduled classes that week, with 30 opportunities weekly to experience the beautiful, self-healing practice of Yoga. Meet your knowledgeable and friendly teachers and experience this welcoming community. Explore our many offerings and commit to your practice with affordable pricing and an all-inclusive, non-competitive environment. All are welcome. (Registration recommended for regularly scheduled classes.)

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Fall Equinox Mala Making with Ray Ilyse
Sep
20
5:00 PM17:00

Fall Equinox Mala Making with Ray Ilyse

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The Mala was originally created in India over 3000 years ago and has roots in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Yoga. Mala is a term Sanskrit meaning “meditation garland”. The Mala is a string of 108 beads. The 109th bead is called a guru bead and symbolizes gratitude and connection to the divine. Originally, malas were used for a style of meditation known as Japa, which means “to recite”.

$108:Pricing includes all supplies, group seated meditation, and an incredible unique experience.

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Spring into Summer! Yoga at The Eddy - 108 Sun Salutations - Benefit for Urban Lotus Project
Jun
1
9:30 AM09:30

Spring into Summer! Yoga at The Eddy - 108 Sun Salutations - Benefit for Urban Lotus Project

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Spring into Summer with

108 Sun Salutations!

9:30am, Saturday, June 1st

at The Eddy on the River 16 S. Sierra St. Reno

With Heidi Michelle (of Midtown Community Yoga) Amber Campion (of The Studio Reno) and Rachel McIntyre (of Temple Yoga)

Benefit for Urban Lotus Project

$10 Minimum Donation per Person

Bring: Yoga mat, layers for warmth, water bottle & your Springtime Joy!


Come celebrate the season of renewal with some of our city’s finest teachers as they guide us through 108 Sun Salutations at The Eddy on the River. Spring is a time of new life, new awareness, new boldness and new beginnings. 
Why 108? We build heat (tapas) to cleanse, detoxify and prepare our bodies for the upcoming months. 108 is a sacred number in Hinduism, Buddhism and yogic tradition.
• Sanskrit alphabet has 54 letters. Each letter has a masculine (Shiva) and feminine (Shakti) energy 54 X 2 = 108
• There are 108 beads in the mala for meditation & concentration of mantra.
• Desires. There are said to be 108 earthly desires in mortals.
• Time. It is said we have 108 feelings. 36 related to the past, 36 related to the present, and 36 related to the future.
• Astrology. There are 12 constellations and 9 arc segments. There are 12 houses and 9 planets. 12 X 9 = 108
• The diameter of the sun is 108 times the earth.

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Living the Yamas with Heidi Michelle
May
7
7:00 PM19:00

Living the Yamas with Heidi Michelle

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Living the Yamas with Heidi Michelle

The Yoga of Relationship
Tuesday, May 7 || 7pm-8:30pm || $10/person


An in-depth study of one branch of the 8-limbed path of Yoga, the Yamas. The Yamas are the “code of ethics," or “spiritual suggestions,” of the yogi. Some call the Yamas the Yoga of Relationship as they give us age-old guidelines on how to live a virtuous and meaningful life. Come listen, explore, discuss and contemplate how the modern yogi embraces these practices and how we can best live in integrity with ourselves, with others and with the world around us. No asana, discussion is always optional. Bring: journal / notebook and pen. 

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PLAYSHOP with LILY!
Apr
13
5:00 PM17:00

PLAYSHOP with LILY!

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Lily is home for just a few days in between snowboarding in Japan and surfing in Alaska & she’s teaching a playshop! A play on the traditional yoga “workshop” :: this isn’t about working but about playing with functional movements for a happier, more joyful body experience. She’ll share what she’s been loving and learning - core connection, open hands & feet, neutral pelvis and soft neck. This class will ask what you’re interested in and will end with body scans (similar to Yoga Nidra mediations) and tea time. Pay what you can and enjoy this sunset springtime playshop. 

REGISTER HERE $40 to reserve your spot.

BRING CASH to event if paying less than $40 :)

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ASHTANGA WEEKEND WORKSHOP with DAVID GARRIGUES
Apr
12
to Apr 14

ASHTANGA WEEKEND WORKSHOP with DAVID GARRIGUES

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ASHTANGA WEEKEND WORKSHOP with DAVID GARRIGUES

Reno, Nevada

April 12-14, 2019

*** ALL LEVELS WELCOME ***

This workshop is suitable for anyone interested in Ashtanga with a motivation to learn. David is skillful in providing explanations of elusive, often unspoken aspects of the practice. In weekend workshop’s, he offers clinic style led classes that investigate specific aspects of the practice that help students come to new perspectives on how to practice more intelligently, safely and joyfully.

*** ABOUT DAVID ***
David Garrigues is one of a few teachers in the US certified to teach Ashtanga Yoga by Sri K Pattabhi Jois. David met Pattabhi Jois in 1993 and over the next 16 years he traveled to Mysore India to study with the great yoga master. In 1996 Pattabhi Jois granted David a teaching certificate. As an Ashtanga Ambassador he bases his teachings on the idea that ‘ANYONE CAN TAKE PRACTICE’, a core idea in the teachings of Sri K Pattabhi Jois. David’s mission is to help others flourish within the living, contemporary lineage of Ashtanga Yoga.

In his workshops David offers a combination both traditional counted vinyasa led classes and clinic style led classes that investigate specific aspects of the practice in varying levels of detail. These important classes feature more verbal instruction; they give students a chance to slow things down, see new ways to orient during practice, get explanations of elusive, often unspoken aspects of the practice, and understand the Ashtanga method in greater, more subtle detail. Mysore, chanting and kirtan classes are also frequently included in a workshop. During the weekend David weaves together studies of asana, pranayama, bandhas, vinyasa, chanting, bhakti yoga, yoga sutra’s and other elements to help develop Ashtanga Vidya (knowledge).

*** SCHEDULE  OVERVIEW***

FRIDAY

6:00pm-7:30pm

ASHTANGA’S DYNAMIC VINYASA DIMENSION THROUGH SURYA NAMASKARA

SATURDAY

9am-10:15am: EXTRACTING STRENGTH THROUGH STANDING POSTURES

10:15-11:30am: LEARNING HIP INTELLIGENCE THROUGH SEATED POSTURES AND INVERSIONS

1 hour Break

12:30-2:00pm:  PRECISION, PURIFICATION, AND PRANAYAMA

SUNDAY

9:00-11:30am: MYSORE Sessions

Noon YOGA SUTRAS TALK ON BOOK 1, SUTRA 20

 

***FULL WEEKEND WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION***

FRIDAY

6:00-7:30PM

ASHTANGA’S DYNAMIC VINYASA DIMENSION THROUGH SURYA NAMASKARA

This asana class will focus on how proper vinyasa knowledge extends beyond memorizing the number of positions of the asana; you are also meant to know the vinyasa positions dynamically within your body.  There is a great art to understanding the subtle progressions of movement that bring you into and out of each asana, exploring this refinement is what brings you into readiness, poise, beauty and alignment in your postures.  We'll look at how such vinyasa knowledge helps you understand how to refine your awareness and to learn to see the practice as chiefly dhyana, meditation.


SATURDAY

9:00-10:15

EXTRACTING STRENGTH THROUGH STANDING POSTURES

In this class we’ll explore how the cultivating a combination of dynamism and stability in the standing postures provides you a perfect means of entrance into the internal practice of Ashtanga Yoga. We’ll explore the importance of using the feet, legs, and hips to create strength, stamina and concentration. Better understand how the standing postures are an essential key to building a strong asana foundation. Learn to better access to mula and uddhyana bandhas (locks), see how the grounded support of the lower body can awaken the breath and the spine and lead the way to steady gazing (dristi) and to dynamic meditation (dhyana).

10:15-11:30

LEARNING HIP INTELLIGENCE THROUGH SEATED POSTURES

In this class David will teach skillful ways to open up your hips safely. There is an integrated thinking process about the action in the hip joint and the transfer of energy through the leg from the hip to the foot that you want to draw from in your approach to opening your hips. You learn to call on the frog like circular action of external rotation, to explore animal like movements that show you the playful and practical possibilities of what your hips can do, and thus you begin to safely reclaim and to discover the natural range of motion of your hip joints without straining your knee or ankle joints.

1 HOUR BREAK

12:30-2:00

PRECISION, PURIFICATION AND PRANAYAMA

This class is devoted to pranayama, chanting, and discussion of the central role breathing plays in attaining success in practice. This class will utilize breathing exercises, retention, and discussion, to help you better centralize your awareness on breath during practice.
We’ll study how to use breathing to build powerful strength in your asanas and to effect nadi shodana, purification of the pranic channels. Prana Vidya, knowledge of prana, helps you to progress towards subtlety as you concentrate your mind and better direct the power of the internalized prana. We’ll discuss how cleansing is not limited to the tapas that you create during practice, but rather how purification is a central theme that encompasses all aspects of your life. We’ll explore how to access awareness of your more subtle energy channels through breathing and how to better direct this energy both on and off the mat.

SUNDAY

9:30-11:00

MYSORE

Mysore class provides the student with a concentrated and heightened learning experience that will help he/she develop practical and technical yoga skills and be immersed in the inspirational magic and poetic soul of the practice. Each student will receive valuable one to one guidance from David on developing his/her personal practice.  The student will develop skill in applying the practice techniques in ways that are logical, challenging, intelligent and fun. David focuses on learning how to follow the Ashtanga system and at the same time creating a practice that honors individuality, versatility and creativity.

11:00-Noon

YOGA SUTRAS TALK ON BOOK 1, SUTRA 20

Study of the Yoga Sutras offers key insights on how to better work with your mind in your daily asana practice. David will give a talk on book 1, sutra 20; this is one of the most famous sutras in Patanjali’s, Yoga Sutras, and talks about the 5 qualities to cultivate for progress in practice. 

Sraddha—FAITH
Virya——ENERGY/STRENGTH
Smrti——MEMORY
Samadhi—MEDITATION
Prajna—AWAKENING OF WISDOM OR INSIGHT

This unique combination of qualities are meant to be cultivated and are the gifts of your practice. They can be thought of as 5 jars that you want to fill and keep filling.  David will discuss each one of these powerhouse words in this 1 hour talk.

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Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training
Feb
22
5:30 PM17:30

Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training

NEW 200Hour Certification begins FEBRUARY 22nd, 2019!!

NEW 200Hour Certification begins FEBRUARY 22nd, 2019!!

Deepen your practice and learn to teach yoga, using the traditional lineage of Ashtanga Yoga in this 200hr Yoga Alliance Certification.

Study Asana, Pranayama, Meditation, Tristhana Method, Yoga Sutras, Philosophy, Teaching Methodology, Safe Assists and Adjustments.

7 WEEKENDS at Midtown Community Yoga STARTING February 22-24

Email ceezeecurry@gmail.com for registration and information.

$2000 total commitment can be paid in full

OR  pay $500 Deposit, and set up a payment plan with Carol

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Mind Mapping with Heidi Michelle
Jan
29
7:00 PM19:00

Mind Mapping with Heidi Michelle

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Mind-Mapping is a process Heidi Michelle has been guiding for decades in which we get our conscious mind out of the way, deeply envision our ideal year ahead, and playfully and non-linearly “map” out what it will take manifest our desires. It’s powerful. It’s personal. Nothing will be shared. Intentions, goals and dreams are realized because our actions, words and deeds are subconsciously in alignment with our highest selves.


DATE: Tuesday, January 29th

TIME: 7-8:30pm

LOCATION: Midtown Community Yoga 600-A South Virginia St. - Entrance around the corner on Moran St. 

BRING: Colored pens, markers or pencils (Some to share if you have them. An assortment of colors is best), poster board (as large as you’d like) and an Open Mind. 

SUPPLIED: We will have poster board for an additional $2 at the door.

REGISTER HERE


PLEASE ARRIVE 15-20 MINUTES EARLY TO GET SETTLED

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Mala Making with Ray Ilyse
Dec
1
12:00 PM12:00

Mala Making with Ray Ilyse

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Mala Making Workshop with Ray Ilyse 
Saturday December 1st : 12-3pm (possibly may go over a smidge)
with Midtown Community Yoga

The Mala was originally created in India over 3000 years ago and has roots in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Yoga. Mala is a term Sanskrit meaning “meditation garland”. The Mala is a string of 108 beads. The 109th bead is called a guru bead and symbolizes gratitude and connection to the divine. Originally, malas were used for a style of meditation known as Japa, which means “to recite”.
$108:Pricing includes all supplies, group seated meditation, and an incredible unique experience.

We will be using Genuine Raw Crystal Beads 

Pre-Registration required :) Max 10-15 students

Mala Workshop: $108/Person 
Early Bird Pricing : Save 10% if pre paid by 11.22

3 Hours: Includes all Supplies, seated meditation, and intention setting.

Register Here

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MIDTOWN BASICS:  Yoga for Beginners
Nov
28
6:00 PM18:00

MIDTOWN BASICS: Yoga for Beginners

A Beginner’s Introduction to the Different Styles of Yoga Offered at Midtown

4 Wednesdays 6-7:15pm

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Interested in Yoga, but confused where to start? Join owner, teacher and student, Ellie, in this 4 week series designed to give you the foundations you will need to get your yoga practice started. You’ll leave the series armed with knowledge and experience in basic postures (asanas), linking breath per movement (vinyasa), and using props to make safe modifications for your body. This semi-private group setting allows for plenty of individual attention and opportunity to ask questions. We’ll go over the different styles and sequencing of practices we offer here at Midtown, so that you can feel comfortable and confident choosing a yoga class that works for you.

4 Wednesdays: 11/28, 12/5, 12/12, & 12/19. 6-7:15pm.

$88 commitment. Space is limited to 6 students.

Register Here

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MIDTOWN BASICS: Yoga for Beginners with Ellie
Oct
16
7:00 PM19:00

MIDTOWN BASICS: Yoga for Beginners with Ellie

Interested in yoga, but confused where to start? Join owner, teacher, and yoga student, Ellie, for 4 weeks of yoga basics, introducing you to the fundamental principles of a yoga class and giving you information on what to expect from the different styles of yoga that we offer here at Midtown. This semi-private group instruction will get you all caught up on the foundations of yoga, including basic postures (asana), moving with the breath (vinyasa), and how to use our props to make safe modifications for your body. You’ll leave the series armed with knowledge and experience to choose which styles and practices you want to explore, with confidence to be comfortable in class.

4 Tuesdays: 10/15, 10/23, 10/30, & 11/6 — 7:00-8:15pm

$88 Commitment. Limited to 6 students.

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Ashtanga Yoga In Depth Study and Teacher Training Fall 2018
Oct
12
5:30 PM17:30

Ashtanga Yoga In Depth Study and Teacher Training Fall 2018

Deepen your practice and learn to teach yoga, using the traditional lineage of Ashtanga Yoga in this 200hr Yoga Alliance Certification.

7 WEEKENDS

10/12-10/14  |  10/26-10/28

11/2-11/4  |  11/16-11/18

11/30-12/2  |  12/14-12/16

1/11-1/13

Study Asana, Pranayama, Meditation, Tristhana Method, Yoga Sutras, Philosophy, Teaching Methodology, Safe Assists and Adjustments.

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Carol has been dedicated to the practice and study of Ashtanga Yoga for many years, learning from founding teachers, including Sri K Pattabhi Jois and Sharath Jois, and she recently returned to Reno from India, where she studied with Saraswathi Jois. She continues to study extensively with her teacher Tim Miller at Ashtanga Yoga Center, Encinitas and has completed in depth trainings with Tim in each of the Primary, Intermediate, and Advanced Series of Ashtanga Yoga. Carol leads the Ashtanga program here at MCY, teaching Mysore Classes weekday mornings, and led classes during the week.

$2000 total commitment can be paid in full:

OR  pay $500 Deposit, and set up a payment plan with Carol

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Taylor Hunt Weekend in Reno
Oct
5
to Oct 7

Taylor Hunt Weekend in Reno

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Taylor Hunt is an authorized level 2 Ashtanga yoga teacher from KPJAYI. He is dedicated to sharing the transformative and healing practice with others by teaching daily Mysore classes at Ashtanga Yoga Columbus and offering workshops around the world. He is also the author of A Way From Darkness and director of the Trini Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to sharing the life-changing practice of Ashtanga with those suffering from addiction.

$250 for Full Weekend. $55 per Class.

Friday night 5:30-7:30 ~ Philosophy of Ashtanga Yoga & Mysore Style

Saturday 9-11am ~ Led Primary

Saturday afternoon 1-3pm ~ Functional Anatomy

Sunday morning 9-11am ~ Mysore Style Class

Sunday afternoon 1-3pm ~ Sutra Study for Modern Living

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Beginner Mysore Ashtanga Yoga:  NEW STUDENT SESSIONS
Apr
8
to Sep 7

Beginner Mysore Ashtanga Yoga: NEW STUDENT SESSIONS

NEXT SESSION BEGINS Tuesday 5/1

PHILOSOPHY 5/5 & 5/19 @7am

Monthly Beginner Sessions in Mysore Ashtanga Yoga

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Learn more about this traditional lineage, and establish a practice in Ashtanga Yoga with Carol Curry.   

Beginners to Mysore Style Ashtanga start the 1st of each month.  These Introductory sessions will  include individual instruction in the Mysore Room, which is open to you Monday through Friday  5:30-8:00am, and 2 philosophy discussions on the first and third Saturdays of the month at 7am.  You will learn about the history and the lineage of Ashtanga Yoga and many other topics including: pranayama (breath control), bandhas (energy locks) and other subtleties to deepen your knowledge and experience.  Students will come to early morning practices with Carol to learn sequencing and postures individually, progressing as you're ready, growing at your own pace.  With special attention to basics, these beginner sessions are a great way to prepare you to integrate into the Mysore Room.  Regardless of your level or experience, Carol will meet you right where you are.  You will learn to practice at your own pace, moving with your own breath, while learning the Tristhana method, becoming fully integrated and established as an Ashtanga Practitioner.

Practice will be about 30 minutes to start and expand to as long as an 90 minutes with experience.

$150 commitment includes one month of unlimited yoga at Midtown, with specialized beginner instruction, TWO Philosophy Sessions, and lots of personal attention.

www.carolzcurry.com

The Mysore Room is open Monday through Friday 5-:30-8am  Still have questions? This traditional method can be confusing at first so please don't hesitate to call or email Carol directly. She is happy to provide more information and answer any questions you may have. om shanti

775-250-2322      ceezeecurry@gmail.com 

 

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