Partner Yoga

with Alex Bauermeister

Saturday 3/7, 2pm – 4pm

Grab your partner in crime and gear up your mats for a special hands-on yoga class this Valentine’s Day weekend. Join Alex B. for 2 hours of flowing partner poses and blissful assists that will leave you wondering why yoga is ever done without a partner!

You’ll need a +1 so bring a friend, family member or sweetheart. All levels welcome. Pre-registration recommended.

Sign Up $25 per person


Beginner Yoga Workshop Series

With Nadine Channaoui, Four Saturdays: 4/11, 4/18, 4/25, and 5/2 at 1pm – 2:30pm

Week 1: Stand Tall: defining proper alignment from the ground up
Week 2: Unwind the spine: mobilize the back through twists and backbends
Week 3: Shoulder openers: stretch and strengthen the muscles of the upper body
Week 4: Forming an inversions practice: The 101 of getting upside-down

This 4-week series is designed specifically for those who are brand new to the practice of yoga as well as those who wish to get “back to basics” in an open and exploratory environment. Structural alignment of yoga postures will be explained in detail at a manageable pace to the beginning yoga student. Throughout the 4-week series, students will be invited to ask questions, to incorporate breathing techniques, and to explore the benefits of each poses within their own body.

Sign Up $95



with Carolyn Little

On the first Sunday of each month we invite a new artist to play as you practice in our Flow and Restore evening class. As with all our F&R classes, expect to move your body through a slow flowing vinyasa for the first half of class, then winding down into deeply relaxing and restorative poses for closing.

Regular class rates or memberships apply.

Next NADA is April 5th, Guest Musician TBA


Unit 3: Learn How To Sit

with Daniel Max and Magi Eisenberg, April 17-19


Hip openers and forward bends create the space to forge a deeper relationship to the contemplative practices. Anatomy study includes ankles, knees, and hips as well as the 1st and 2nd chakras. Learn modifications and variations to make seated postures accessible and relevant to all.

Friday: 5pm-9pm
Saturday: 9am-6pm (with one hour lunch)
Sunday: 8am-4pm (with one hour lunch)

Sign Up $295


Spring Cleanse

with Daniel Max

Spring is the season of rebirth. For thousands of years, practicing yogis have chosen this season to focus on cleansing the body. Yoga postures, drinking water, and mindful healthy eating all help to restore and maintain the body. The spring detox is a focused opportunity to deep clean by extracting toxins from the liver, intestine and blood stream.

Join this 7-day guided spring cleanse and explore the unique benefits of a plant-based diet. We will meet as a group three times. The first meeting is 2 days before the start of your cleanse. In this meeting we review how the cleanse works, why it works, and what we will do. The second two meetings occur during the cleanse. These sessions are intended to provide support, answers to your questions and supply you with an understanding of this process. Using a food based cleansing approach (no products needed!) gives participants a viable platform for healthy eating moving forward.

Three Meetings

4/21 Tues. 7:30pm- 8:30pm (+ free 6pm yoga)
4/26 Sun. 12:45pm- 1:45pm (+ free 11:15am yoga)
4/28 Tues. 7:30pm -8:30pm (+ free 6pm yoga)

PLUS! Stay after our Sunday meeting for an optional FREE ACUPUNCTURE SESSION, 4/28 Sun. 2-3pm.

Dates of cleanse: 4/23-4/29 (Thursday- Wednesday)

Tuition (includes 3 specified yoga classes):
$160 per person
$140 each, if signing up with a friend (not available online)
$120, if you’ve cleansed with us before (not available online)

Sign up $160


Yin Yoga Teacher Training

with Joe Barnett

Weekend One: April 24th -26th
Weekend Two: May 1st – 3rd

What is Yin Yoga?

The practice of Yin Yoga attends to the body’s connective tissue as well as to muscle. In Yin, we hold a pose for 3-7 minutes, with the aid of props or other supports to keep it comfortable. This allows the muscles to relax and the deeper layers of connective tissue, surrounding our muscles and joints, to therapeutically stretch, stimulate and strengthen.

The alignment is functional and organic: We listen to our bodies and lead ourselves into the shape that follows the natural contours of our spine, pelvis and hips.

The Training:
An Introduction to Teaching a Practice of Surrender

In this training, we will analyze, observe and practice all of these elements of Yin Yoga in depth. We will study the anatomy of bones, schematics of muscle lines and their corresponding meridians. Expect an interactive, hands-on study of each other with anatomical range of motion (ROM). The study culminates in a truer understanding of the the infinite variety of human bodies and an understanding of why every posture should be modified to the individual. We’ll cover the basic techniques to help guide each Yin Yoga student with their unique skeletal structures into the appropriate asana for them.

Topics include:

- Interactive hands-on study of anatomy
- Exploration of Yin postures, their variations and modifications
- Understanding sensation: Tension vs Compression, Muscle vs Fascia, Physical vs Subtle Energy
- Sequencing for a Yin class
- Assisting and adjusting in Yin Yoga
- Communication: When to listen/observe, when to speak/lead
- The Subtle Body: Chakras/Meridians and the Water Channels of the Body.

Hours of Each Weekend:

Friday, 6pm – 9pm
Saturday, 11am – 7pm (with 1 hour lunch break)
Sunday, 11:30 – 530 (with 1 hour lunch break)


$500 Before April 1st, $550 thereafter


Joe Barnett, ERYT-500, has been teaching for over a decade and has certifications in Yin Yoga, Vinyasa Yoga and Acro Yoga.
His primary focus of study is Functional Anatomy for Yoga and all forms of movement. Joe is a senior student of Paul Grilley, a true Yogi Scientist who is largely responsible for the current rise in the popularity of Yin Yoga and Functional Anatomy.
Joe now travels nationally and internationally year round, assisting his teacher as well as offering his own presentations at studios and conferences all over the world.

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Unit 4: The Shoulders

with Daniel Max and Magi Eisenberg, May 22-24


Moving on up: Demystify arm balances and inversions by applying concise instructional cues that provide a clear progression toward flight. Learn how to level an inversion practice using the wall, assists, and props. Apply the anatomy of the shoulders and neck as well as the 5th, 6th, and 7th chakras.

Friday: 5pm-9pm
Saturday: 9am-6pm (with one hour lunch)
Sunday: 8am-4pm (with one hour lunch)

Sign Up $295