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8 limbs of yoga: a brief explanation

  Yoga’s esoteric reputation can be somewhat intimidating, so we’re creating a monthly cheat-sheet to give new and old practitioners alike a more accessible guide to the lineage of their beloved practice. This February we’re starting with the foundations – the 8 limbs of yoga. What are the 8 limbs of yoga? In his seminal Yoga…

monthly INfrastructure: february 2014

February 24-March 2: Urdhva Mukha Svanasana / Upward-Facing Dog Pose Alignment focus Energy Sutra of the week Sutra 2.22 Although this world is as dead to those who have successfully completed the practice; it is still held in common by those who have not.   February 17-23: Urdhva Mukha Svanasana / Upward-Facing Dog Pose Alignment…

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216 offers anatomy training for yoga teachers

  Yoga teachers! Have your 200-hour or 500-hour certification but feel unsure about your knowledge of anatomy and how to help individual students develop a practice tailored to their bodies? Hungry for more knowledge about what muscles are actually working in a pose and how to adjust for individual needs? Looking for a more detailed…

monthly INfrastructure: january 2014

January 27-February 2, Ardha Matseyendrasana / Half Lord-of-the-Fishes Pose Alignment focus Energy & Play Sutra of the week Sutra 2.18 Those things that can be seen or experienced have perceptibility, motion, and inertia. They are made up of both elements and awareness. The reason for their existence is experience and liberation.   January 20-26, Ardha…

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216 ranked “best of” by ny mag for 2013

  We’re excited to have been featured by New York Magazine in their ‘best small classes’ fitness category! Here’s what they had to say: Prearranged mats and gratis tea and ginger cookies go a long way at Nicole Katz’s six-person-max heated yoga classes ($35 each). The 95-degree studio boosts the burn without the Bikram hyperthermia,…

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216 mentioned in new york magazine

So, NY Mag are pretty keen on us. Check out the profile they wrote up: Owner/teacher Nicole Katz keeps her yoga studio at 95 degrees, yet somehow her makeup remains perfectly intact and her blonde bouffant flawless throughout. The small, heated classes are strenuous enough to ensure a workout but not too intense. For those…