Phillies Yoga Day w/ Amanda
Join the Phillies & Maha for the second annual Yoga Day at Citizens Bank Park on Saturday, July 8! This is your opportunity to do yoga on the outfield grass prior to a Phillies game. Included in your Yoga Day package is a ticket for the game against the San Diego Padres at 4:05 pm on Saturday, July 8!
Parkinson’s Yoga Philadelphia: A Yoga Class Series for People Living with Parkinson’s Disease
Saturdays, March – May
With support from the Parkinson’s Council, This adaptive yoga class will focus on strength- building, balance, co-ordination, stretching, breathing, and fun. Care givers/support people are welcome.
Instructors are trained Yoga Instructors who teach Adaptive Yoga and are aware of the quality of life benefits that Yoga can bring to PD.
Instructors: Mamie Guidera, PLwPD; Andrea Barberio, Physical Therapist; Sasha Glass; Instructor; Sarah Hyland Instructors
Select Saturdays, 9:30-10:45am
March: 18th, 25th
April: 8th, 15th, 22nd
Suggested donation: $5-$10
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yogahour Barefoot Bootcamp w/ Teagan Schweitzer
2 days, 6 hours, 365 yoga poses.
Want to take your yoga practice to a whole new level? Challenge yourself in the best possible way? Then this is the workshop for you. Over the course of two days we will practice all 365 poses in the yogaHOUR syllabus. Each three-hour practice session will include half of the poses in the syllabus sequenced in an intelligent way to make you feel as strong as you are flexible and as flexible as you are strong. Barefoot Bootcamp is a dharma difficult yet doable challenge that is sure to make an imprint. Are you in?
Saturday, Sept 9th, 12-3pm. Sunday, Sept 10th, 12:30-3:30pm
$30/session or $50/both early bird before 9/2, $35/session or $60/both after
Yoga teacher discount: $25/session or $40 for both
Poses for Pedaling w/ Katie Pizziketti
Yogis and cyclists of Philly, rejoice! A brand new, fun and affordable yoga class has been specially designed for people who bike. Join Katie Pizziketti as she explores ways you can stretch and strengthen the parts of the body that matter most for bikers – legs, butt, core, and upper body. Attend this cyclist-inspired workshop to get access to a special set of poses designed for bikers that are doable anywhere to support your active lifestyle.
Sunday, September 17, 2-4pm. $20 early bird by 9/10, $30 after
Restore & Renew w/ Caitlin Kelly
Restorative Yoga is a passive, quiet practice in which the body is fully supported by blankets, bolsters, blocks and props. Restorative poses are held for an extended period of time, allowing the body to sink into stillness and relax deeply. In this two hour practice, you’ll get cozy and warm as you settle into Restorative Yoga asanas to ease relax the body, then clear your mind as you are guided into yoga nidra and an extended savasana.
Saturday, Oct 7, 3-5pm. $25 earlybird by 9/30, $35 after
#alltheposes Urban Retreat w/ Justicia
In 2014, Justicia gave herself a mission to attempt every pose on this yoga syllabus poster developed by Darren Rhodes. What was an initially daunting task became a great tool of self inquiry, and she learned that: 1. although of course not all the poses were doable, visiting them all in a weekend gives deep insight into practice, 2. It wasn’t nearly as tough as she thought it would be and 3. It was a whole lot of FUN!
In this urban retreat, we’ll explore the full range of asana together, moving towards all 400 poses in a supportive, fun way as community. Each of the weekend’s extended asana sessions will move towards challenging poses with reverence and expert instruction from Justicia, and a conversation shared among all. Expect strong practice and deep laughter.
This retreat is not intended for anyone with active injuries or illness. If you’re simply intimidated, register! This weekend will be accessible to all experienced yogis who know how to back off and play their edges with deep respect.
Maha 50-hour Yoga Immersion w/ Justicia
October- December 2017
Dive into the ocean of yoga! This training is designed for serious students who want to deepen their studies of yoga by exploring physiology, biomechanics and philosophy, and how they relate to asana practice.
Learn how to align your physical body to be healthier and more vibrant. The course discusses common yoga injuries and how to avoid them, as well as the safe practice of inversions using a sound science of progressions. Explore how to apply alignment to address specific therapeutic needs with yoga. We will delve into all asanas from the Maha Yoga Level 1 syllabus, and many continuing variations.
This course is a prerequisite for Maha’s Teacher Training (winter program begins Jan ’18). You can take it as the first step towards getting certified to teach, or on its own as a way to deepen your personal practice.
Oct 14-15, Nov 4-5, Nov 18-19, Dec 2-3
Saturdays 10:30am-5pm, Sundays 11am-5pm (includes lunch break each day)
$795 earlybird by 10/1, $895 after
Inversions Workshop w/ Stephanie Berliner
Saturday, Oct 21, 1:30-3:30pm. $25 early bird by 10/14, $35 after