Traditional Ashtanga Yoga Classes
The traditional method of learning Ashtanga Yoga. Students are instructed on an individual basis to learn and maintain practicing the traditional sequences of Ashtanga Yoga over time with hands on adjustments, personalized guidance from the teacher, and attention to special needs. This is NOT a led class.
This is a great way for beginners to establish a practice. No previous knowledge of the Ashtanga system is required to establish a practice. It is designed for students who are able to commit to attending at least two days a week over a long period of time. Otherwise, I would recommend taking led classes. For visitors who are here for a short period of time, I recommend taking led classes. Any class on the schedule other than Mysore and Self Practice are led classes. There are a wide variety to choose from especially in the Summer. For visiting Ashtangis who already have an established practice, you are welcome to join us for practice.
For more detailed information about Mysore click here.
A traditional led Ashtanga Yoga class tailored to the varying levels of the students present. Brief explanation if necessary. Designed to be quick for the lunch time hour.
Introduction to Ashtanga
Basics of yoga philosophy, breath, and movement. Led through fundamental postures of the Primary Series of Ashtanga Yoga, also known as Yoga Chikitsa, or Yoga Therapies. All students begin with the Primary Series.
Led through more of the Primary Series of Ashtanga Yoga.
Led through the entire Primary Series of Ashtanga Yoga.
Vinyasa Based Yoga Classes
these classes do not follow traditional Ashtanga Yoga sequencing
Led through a creative sequence of postures linked with breathing
A multi-level class for students seeking the benefits of a relaxing and nourishing practice. This is a gentle hatha yoga that will help cultivate awareness by bringing attention to the areas we hold stress and consciously learn to let go. A perfect way to wind down your busy day, or balance out vigorous workouts.
A multi-level Vinyasa Yoga class done by donation. Bring something to exchange, $5-$15 suggested donation, however, we graciously accept a donation of any amount. All food donations go to the Outer Banks Food Pantry.
Grouded in the roots of Ashtanga, we will warm up with tradition, then concentrating the majority of the class on the teaching of Joseph Pilates with a twist. Pilates focuses on the core, creating strength from within and stability for the back and body. The combination will lengthen and strengthen your muscles. We will use props, such as bands and balls.