It is with immense pleasure that we introduce Nicole Ferraro. Nicole is one of our scholarship recipients and such a wonderful example of how important this program is. It has been so gratifying to be
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Three Fall Saturdays: October 30, November 20 and December 18 1:00 - 3:00pm Practice 3:00 - 3:30pm Free Q&A Join Susan Elena for an in-depth exploration of the major structural curve patterns and the issues
The Spectrum of Restorative Yoga with Bobby Clennell December 4-5, 2021 1:00 - 4:00pm EDT each day Restorative yoga can be used to calm, to rest, and also to invigorate. In this workshop come and explore
NEXT SATURDAY! Saturday, October 2 9:00 - 11:00am EDT III.2 tatra pratyaya ekatānatā dhyānam A steady continuous flow of attention directed towards the same point or region is meditation (dhyana). Autumn Equinox is the equilibrium of day
The moment you meet April you will agree that pure joy and enthusiasm pours out of her effortlessly. She is infectious and her positive attitude and hard work inspire all those lucky enough to be
3 month Iyengar Yoga Immersion Program to deepen your personal practice and explore the concept of integration. Includes asana, philosophy, anatomy and pranayama. Over the course of 12 weeks we will break down poses and
Words cannot express the delight that is felt when one is in the presence of Jane. Her grace and joyfulness surrounds you. It is for that and so many other reasons, myself and her fellow
It is such a pleasure to introduce Linda Shea who was a regular at the studio prior to the pandemic and now a core member of the Yoga Vrksa Immersion morning crew. She was new
YWB Project is thrilled to present Part 2 of this wonderful series with Patricia Walden. Don't miss this opportunity to study with senior Iyengar teacher Patricia as she shares the teachings of BKS Iyengar and
"The tree of yoga - yoga vrksa- leads us by its practice through layer after layer of our being, till we come to live and experience the ambrosia of the fruit of yoga, which is