Bikram Yoga, also known as Hot Yoga, is a style of yoga developed by Bikram Choudhury. Bikram Yoga is ideally practiced
in a room heated to 105?F (40.5?C) with a humidity of 40%. Classes are guided by specific dialogue including 26 postures and two breathing exercises. Classes last approximately 90-minutes. People of all levels, ages and body types practice and start together as this is a beginning yoga class.
Free yoga class at Brooklyn Public Library, Thursdays, 6:30 - 7:45 PM.
Yoga for Fun and Fitness. Yoga postures,
Yogic breathing, meditation and deep relaxation included. Jack brings experience, technical knowledge, enthusiasm and humor to his yoga lessons. Contact Jack for more info. Private lessons by appointment. firstname.lastname@example.org
I have been teaching yoga for a few years, completing my 500hr training with ISHTA Yoga in Manhattan, one of the best
studios and best teachers I have met. Come experience yoga for self-discovery through your body and mind. Teaching vinyasa, kids yoga, corporate classes, pranayama & meditation classes, group classes or private at my studio or client's home.
Bikram yoga is a complete system of wellness, restoration and rejuvenation. Bringing Bikram yoga into your life cleanses
the body and calms the mind. The studio is HOT (over 100 degrees) to facilitate deeper stretching, prevent injury, relieve stress and tension and to detoxify the body. Bikram yoga was designed to systematically stimulate and restore health to every muscle, joint and organ of the body. Participants are guided through a series of 26 postures, each increasing in physical challenge. Participants of all ages notice an increase in energy, strength, balance, flexibility and mental focus. The body is flushed of toxins, leaving a deep sense of relaxation and well-being.
Relax, Restore, Renew: Yoga for Balance This physically gentle yet energetically deliberate class is open to all. Using
yoga poses as a foundation for exploration, students will be encouraged to move like themselves in an environment that encourages deep focus on physical sensation. The aim of the class is to relax the body in order to restore our energies and renew our faith in our choices and our power. The class will vary each week in order to balance the changes in season and meet the specific, personal needs of students.
Wednesdays 9am - 10am September 25 - December 18, 2012
The center combines a yoga studio with wellness offices, providing a serene setting for diverse wellness practices,
from psychotherapy to acupuncture and herbs to massage therapy. Yoga classes are offered in a variety of styles from gentle hatha to more vigorous vinyasa and are currently all open-level, suitable for both beginners and more advanced students
Individual and group yoga for every body. Breath, meditation, asana (posture) practice that brings focus, awareness,
strength, flexibility, relaxation and joy to beginners as well as more experienced practitioners. Sarah D. Meredith holds 200-hour and 500-hour certifications. She is also a certified Thai Yoga Bodywork practitioner, is a registered and insured member of Yoga Alliance, Kripalu Yoga Teachers Association, International Association of Yoga Therapists. Yoga Inside Out is an exploration of ancient and new, opening and guiding the natural unfolding of your personal inquiry on and off the mat. Specifically trained to work with those living with cancer, arthritis and other chronic conditions. Call or email for scheduled classes, fees and availability. All ages, bodies, levels of experience. Check website for details about upcoming classes, Thai Yoga Bodywork Sessions, and for info about meditation and beginner classes at Shambhala Yoga & Dance, as well as private yoga retreats.
Melt away tension, clear your mind and deeply relax. Shannon’s light vinyasa, gentle or restorative yoga style is
a good fit for those who are newer to yoga and those who are more experience can also experience the powerful benefits. Shannon offers nature retreats, cleanse programs and special workshops throughout the year in and around NYC and the Poconos, PA, USA.
I am an independent yoga and meditation instructor with 10 years' experience in studio, private, educational and corporate
settings. I am available for private or group classes in Manhattan or Brooklyn and particularly enjoy teaching beginner- or intermediate-level students. Mindful Vinyasa is a flowing style of yoga that emphasizes alignment, awareness, and joy.
Michelle Morrison, RYT-500, and has been teaching yoga since 2003. She is a certified Mindfulness Yoga instructor and received her advanced teacher training at OM Yoga. Her classes seemlessly integrate yoga and meditation and are also informed by her interest in Ayurveda. "Michelle's classes are fun, challenging and unique. She makes each student feel comfortable and encourages them to deepen their practice." -- V. R. (student)
Yoga People has created an intimate community in the heart of Brooklyn dedicated to exploring the transformational
effects of yoga. From the conversation bubbling through the lobby before class, to the pulse of dozens of bodies breathing on the mat, you?re invited to go deep in good company with Yoga People. Our classes are structured in comfortable groups with instruction that is personal and responsive to your life on and off the mat.
Our instructors combine diverse styles with compassion and decades of experience. Our selection of classes can carry you from vigorous vinyasa to relaxing restorative, or back to the basics. Whatever you?re looking for on the mat, you?ll find it at Yoga People.
Conveniently located in Brooklyn Heights near Borough Hall, Yoga People offers regular classes throughout the day designed to fit seamlessly into your schedule and strengthen your day, whether you?re looking to jump-start the morning or ease into the evening.
You can check out our class schedule online, discover our special events and monthly workshops, or even read the bios of your favorite instructors and our newest additions. Something exciting is always happening at Yoga People so be sure to keep an eye on our announcements!
Sacred is a yoga, movement and meditation studio for grown folks & children. In community, we embody our bliss. Bring
your age, size, ability, experience, hang-up, style and swagger. We know how to take you there. It’s a simple concept really: Love your body and your body will love you back. Sacred is the way you move.
Sacred Brooklyn offers the full range of evolation yoga classes at a variety of convenient times throughout the week. Sacred also offers fitness and movement classes like pole dance, qoya and sensual dance. For the full offerings schedule visit sacred brooklyn.
Private and Group Vinyasa Yoga Instruction - specialities include alignment focused Asana, Asana for injury management,
Pranayama, Meditation, Restorative Yoga, Kids Yoga, Yoga for Seniors and Corporate Yoga Programs. Julia has completed her 500 ERYT in accordance with standards set forth by the Yoga Alliance. Teaching style focuses on increasing energy, improving flexibility, decreasing chronic pain and reducing stress. All levels of Yoga experience and physical fitness are welcome, geared towards making Yoga accessible to all students. Group Class at Yoga People in Brooklyn Heights and ISHTA Yoga in Union Square, Seniors Yoga through Fort Greene Council in Brooklyn and Private Instruction in your home or office.
Susanne teaches yoga and meditation at various locations in Manhattan. She has a large private practice that includes,
energy healing, energetic space clearing, yoga and meditation. Her specialized classes for people with disabilities can be found at New York University Medical Center's Hospital for Joint Diseases, The Initiative for Women with Disabilities.
She is a certified instructor and an e-RYT 500. Please visit her website at: www.susannechakan.com or call or email her to find out more details.
Denise Hopkins teaches yoga classes and private sessions in Brooklyn and New York City. Her style of teaching focuses
on using breath and movement to clear out stress and release tight spots in the body. With a strong emphasis on core and abdominal work combined with vinyasa and long held standing poses, students learn to build strength quickly.
We are a friendly neighborhood yoga center serving our community through classes in Kundalini Yoga and meditation as
taught by Yogi Bhajan. We also offer prenatal yoga. All our classes include mantra and chanting, and once a month we offer a naad yoga class entirely devoted to sound, rhythm and singing. We invite our students to join us each month for chanting and a vegetarian meal.
Jaya Yoga is a friendly, comfortable place where there is a class for everyone. Our teachers are trained and certified
in different styles or schools of Hatha Yoga, therefore, class styles vary. Feel free to ask us for more information, or for help in finding the class that's right for you. Visit our expanded store - we have a wonderful selection of yoga props, books, music, and more, as well as gift certificates. Jaya Yoga is simply the name of our center, not a style of yoga. "Jaya" is a Sanskrit word for victory, triumph, success! Our sincere wish for everyone is to be in good health, to have courage in facing challenges, and to experience the joy in living life with an open heart.
Abhaya specializes in a dynamic style of Hatha yoga which draws influence from Anusara and Vinyasa yoga. All classes
are taught by highly skilled teachers. We seek to integrate heart, mind and body through alignment based, heart- oriented asana, chanting, breath work, and contemplation. Escape the bustle of the city in this community oriented center where friends can come together to share the great conversation of yoga in a beautiful, supportive environment. Abhaya is not only a yoga studio but an educational center where yoga teachers in training come to study from all over the country. Students who are looking to deepen their study are encouraged to apply for the Abhaya Immersion program. For those interested in teaching we offer a 200 and 500 hour level certification through Yoga Alliance.
Private Individual and Private Group Yoga Instruction
I teach a style of yoga which is compassionate and rich with
insight as I incorporate asana (postures) to stretch, strenghten, tone, balance and detoxify to body; pranayama (breath/energy control) to learn how to harness and utilize energy; meditation to control the random fluctuations of the mind promoting focus and healthy thought habits; and kriya to cleanse the body and mind of impurities.
Yoga is for everyone, no body is too old, weak or inflexible to benefit from the life transforming practice of yoga. Each class is tailored to the needs of the group or individual according to their level of fitness and interests.
My mission is to bring the mind, body and spirit of students back into alignment with nature and their higher, divine selves.
Lauren is a life-loving, yoga-practicing, travel-addict who relishes in good food, good company, and lots of laughing.
Since 1998 Lauren has been studying anatomy, biomechanics and movement and offers workshops and classes worldwide on alignment, pain, posture and structural mechanics. Lauren created Holy Shift as an educational and experiential platform to be able to cut through a lot of the murky information regarding alignment, aging and health and give people factual body and science based information for longevity of their bones, muscles, organs and tissues. Read more about Lauren and Holy Shift at www.holyshiftyoga.com
Merav is a yoga instructor, yoga therapist and psychotherapist based in NYC. She was a dancer for over 10 years and
began practicing yoga in 2004 in tandem with her studies in psychology. She specializes in alignment-based vinyasa as well as therapeutic yoga for emotional well-being. Born out of her interest in human behavior and movement, Merav recognizes yoga as a tool for personal growth as well as a proven way to develop focus and mind/body awareness. As a yoga instructor, Merav incorporates principles from her background in psychology. She strives to offer a safe, non-judgmental environment for students to explore their bodies, observe their minds and confront and overcome their fears, limitations, or obstacles both on and off the mat. Merav currently teaches groups and private classes all around NYC and leads yoga and meditation workshops and retreats worldwide. As a psychotherapist, Merav also incorporates yoga into her work with patients by combining yogic principles in conjunction with talk therapy. She works with both groups and individuals who struggle with trauma, depression, anxiety, eating disorders and substance abuse. Merav has received extensive education and training in psychotherapy and contemporary psychoanalysis. She completed her B.A in psychology at Hunter College and received her graduate degree from NYU. She is currently in postgraduate psychoanalytic training and sees patients at the National Institute for the Psychotherapies.
Adi creates unique and challenging classes that focus on teaching proper alignment and form so that students can use
the practice of yoga to re-center their bodies and minds. She is available for privates and teaches group classes, retreats and teacher trainings around the world. For more info please visit www.adicarter.com
Family of Light Holistic Center is providing Holistic Lifestyle Support Services such as Healing, Meditation, Yoga,
Ayurveda, Family & Kids activities, Essential Oils, Herbs, Metaphysical gift shop & Cold-pressed Juices. People of every age will find activities to learn and enjoy making their life healthier, happier & abundant. Our space has a warm soft ambiance to destress, encourage creativity and empower your individuality.
Private Yoga Instruction and Thai Yoga Massage in Brooklyn and NYC
Sarah Seely is a certified Thai Yoga Massage
practitioner and Prana Yoga teacher (a blend of Hatha, Vinyasa, and chakra healing energy work). Sarah received her Thai Yoga Massage certification through The Lotus Palm Thai Massage School and has been a practitioner for nearly 5 years. Sarah received her Prana Yoga teacher training from The Open Center with Dr. Jeff Migdow and has been teaching yoga and other somatic classes for over 10 years.
Sarah holds a BA in Dance from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and a MFA in Dance with a concentration in Kinesiology and dance injury treatment and prevention from Smith College in Northampton, MA.
Drawing upon her extensive background in yoga, dance, and other therapeutic practices. Sarah’s sessions focus on breath as support for stretching, lengthening, and aligning the body and each session is approached with intuitive awareness, nurture, and respect. Sarah currently offers Thai Yoga Massage in Williamsburg, Brooklyn and The Flat Iron District in Manhattan. Additionally, she teaches yoga both privately and in studios to children and adults.
Daya yoga studio evolved from preexisting studio that opened in 2005. In a quiet neighborhood serves not only as a
space for practicing yoga ,but also as a community center for living in the area people from all over the world. Our mission is to build a community. Community where people can grow, educate themselves, become more aware of the world around them and see that there are ways to be healthy and close to the natural cycle of nature, even while living in NY City. For all the people Daya offers group Meditation and various workshops in english, polish and spanish to help people find their way of life and the feeling of home within it.
Leigh Evans (E-RYT 500) is a yoga teacher and dancer dedicated to awakening creativity and aliveness in the body. Since
1985, Leigh has practiced Hatha Yoga in the Iyengar, Ashtanga, and Viniyoga traditions in the U.S. and India. Leigh has been teaching yoga for 17 years. Her classes focus on healing and transformation by blending a strong vinyasa practice with gentler restorative asanas, meditation, and chanting. Her emphasis is on developing mindfulness through the yoga practice, inviting you to witness the shifting sensations of the body and attune to the inner unfolding of each asana. Her classes are influenced by her studies in Ayurveda, Insight meditation and Thai massage, as well as Indian Odissi dance and Butoh. Her dedication to Asian forms of performance and healing arises from her desire to share the meditative and transformative states of consciousness prevalent in these traditions. Leigh is the Director of the Greenhouse Holistic Teacher Training Program in Brooklyn. She teaches workshops and retreats nationally and internationally.
goodyoga is located in North Brooklyn, New York, with studios in Greenpoint, Bushwick and in Williamsburg at the Wythe
hotel. We embraces beginners and experienced students alike. We offer a great variety of classes throughout the day including both Hatha, Vinyasa, restorative, prenatal and baby&me classes. Safety, comfort and encouragement are at the core of our mission.
We offer FREE Meditation and Nutrition workshops twice a month. Please go to www.brooklynintegrative.com or call 718.748.6644
to find out about our next class.
Our primary goal is to incorporate balance and healthy living practices as part of your daily life. Combining several key healing modalities, we use personalized nutritional programs, advanced cranial adjustments, healing chiropractic methods, nutritional education, FREE meditation classes, acupuncture, massage, and individual consultations.
We're a yoga studio offering Bikram's 90-minute, hot yoga class. Beginners through advanced students are welcomed in
all classes. New facility, renovated in Jan. 2009, provides showers for students so you can come join us before work, a lunch-date, or shopping on Bay Ridge's 86th Street commercial area. Conveniently located at the intersection of 5th Ave. and 83rd St, just 4 blocks from the 86th St. stop on the R train in Brooklyn.
LOCATED IN THE HEART OF BAY RIDGE ON 4TH AVENUE BETWEEN 90TH
AND 91ST STREETS 2ND CLASS IS FREE !!! The classes will be physically challenging and you decide which level best suits you. Most classes end with a 10-15 minute guided relaxation. The typical class will run 90 minutes or slightly less. We begin by centering and calming the mind and some gentle warm-ups. We then move to a practice called Sun Salutation, a series of 12 poses with one flowing into the next.