• All classes are one hour long, meet for 6 weeks and take place live online.
  • The live sessions will be recorded and uploaded for replay within 48 hours.
  • You will have access to your teacher and peers via our private online community. That means that, even if the time doesn’t work for your schedule, you can still take part and benefit from the teachings.
  • We’ve scheduled the classes so that they don’t overlap – you can take as many as you like.
  • Some classes are introduction-level courses that require no previous experience; while some are more advanced and we suggest that you have some background in these areas.

Introduction Level Classes

Meaning you need no background or experience to participate.

Bringing the Sūtras to Life  – an Introduction to Patañjali’s Yogasūtra
Instructor: Robyn Love
When: Sundays starting April 28, 2019  – 4pm PT / 7pm ET

Patañjali’s Yogasūtra is the oldest text on yoga, written more than 1,500 years ago. We will do an overview of the entire text, and then take up the first two chapters in more detail. Study of Chapter 1 and 2 will form the basis for discussion of the questions that most of us have at one time or another – how can I bring more happiness into my life?  Am I on the right path?

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Introduction to Meditation
Instructor: Chase Bossart
When: Wednesdays starting April 24, 2019 – 5pm PT / 8pm ET

Whether you’re new to meditation and curious about it, or have had some experiences that you’d like to understand more, we will define meditation, explain the different aspects and variations, and provide an all-around solid grounding in it. We’ll have a short experience every week to highlight the lessons.

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What is Āyurveda?
Instructor: Elizabeth Bossart
When:Thursdays starting April 25, 2019 – 10am PT / 1pm ET

Āyurveda is an ancient system of wellness from India, dating back more than 5,000 years, that  offers a unique approach to your health and well-being. We will demystify the social media frenzies about Āyurveda and give you the facts (including exactly what it is with key definitions, terms, and concepts,) and its relevance to your health and healing.

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Advanced Level Classes

Meaning there are some minimal prerequisites to participate.

The Art of Intentionally Designed Experience
Instructor: Amanda Green
When: Tuesdays starting April 23, 2019 – 4pm PT / 7pm ET

When designing a practice that includes āsana it is also important to consider the breath, the flow and intentionally structure your sequences. Whether you’re a Yoga Teacher designing for a student, or you are the student learning to direct your own practice, the art of intentionally designing your experience is worth studying and can deepen your practice and/or your relationship to your clients. This class will take you through foundational purposes and principles of āsana.

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Healing Through Yoga
Instructor: Dr. Marcel Albritton
When: Tuesdays starting April 23, 2019 – 5:30pm PT / 8:30pm ET

While everyone experiences healing differently, the process of healing is similar across individuals. This course will give an overview of the psychology of healing, how Yoga can support healing when a cure is not possible, and learn the most important factors in healing: stabilization, regulation, and building capacity. We will work from our individual experiences and our experiences of having a daily personal practice.

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Psycho-Physiology of Breathing
Instructor: Dr. Gurjeet Birdee
When: Mondays starting April 22, 2019 – 9am PT / 12pm ET

As a Yoga Teacher or Yoga Therapist, continually expanding your knowledge about breathing is extremely useful for both your own practice and for guiding other people in their practices. In this course Dr. Birdee will present the biomedical perspective of breathing as it applies to the practice of yoga, including the biomechanics of breathing, gas exchange, regulation of breathing, and the relationship of breathing to the cardiovascular and nervous systems, and mental health.

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