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Classes

MERGING THE SACRED RIVERS OF HATHA & CLASSICAL YOGA

Our mission at Devanadi is to help students understand and see benefit from the two sacred rivers of yoga, Hatha and Classic. Some classes may focus more on one particular tradition, depending on the needs of the students in the class. For example, sometimes we need more discipline in our lives (i.e. think the New Year and starting resolutions). In this case, we might teach more of a flow with a sequence to help us become more organized in our thoughts and intentions. Other times we just need to break out of our current “funk” and move our energy. In this case, we might teach a particular breath technique throughout the class to help reshape our prana, thereby helping our minds find more balance.

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Tantric HATHA Yoga/Tantric VINYASA Yoga (ParaYoga®)

These classes are ParaYoga-styled classes (see above) taught by Devanadi teachers currently enrolled in the Rod Stryker's ParaYoga Master Training Program.

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ParaYoga® with Tanya

Come receive and embody the deeper teachings of yoga. Each month has a theme, and all classes work around the theme in a variety of unique ways. Grow brighter!

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Beginning Yoga

This is our most basic class at Devanadi designed for true beginners, those newer to practice or coming back from a hiatus from yoga, and runs as 6 Week Semester Sessions.

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Slow Flow Vinyasa

The heart of this class is a deep, slow-flowing practice. The slower pace allows you to remain mindful of your movements and explore your body.

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Gentle Yoga

This class moves more slowly with focus on breath, relaxation and letting go. Great for all levels, ages and body types.

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Inner Fire Vinyasa

These are the spiciest classes at Devanadi that offer a Vinyasa Flow core with a class theme woven in for added wisdom.

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Restorative Yoga

This class includes gentle yet effective and deep postures to ease the body, calming breathwork to loosen our tension and guided relaxation and meditation for soothing the mind. Props are used to help allow the body to feel safe in poses while opening the joints and supporting the healing functions of the body.

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Good Morning Yin Yoga + Tea

Yin yoga is beneficial to balance more physical practices like Vinyasa Yoga, running or biking, but also to balance our goal orientated daily lives with a practice that cultivates acceptance, stillness, gratitude and deep peace.

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AM YOGA WARRIORS

Wake up your body and mind in this invigorating morning yoga experience. This class is the perfect way to center yourself for the day ahead.

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Ashtanga Yoga – Mixed Levels

Primary Series Ashtanga Yoga led with plenty of modifications and instruction so that anyone can learn to appreciate this ancient practice.

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Viniyoga

Viniyoga is an adaptive class focusing on the needs of the individual, and based off the teachings of T. Krishnamacharya and Gary Kraftsow.

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Candlelight Flow

Wind down your week with a healthy dose of light and ease. Similar to our Slow Flow classes, this practice will take your time coming into the body and the breath but with the added calm of the flicker of candlelight to wind you down.

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HATHA

Hatha is part of the Tantric path of yoga. Some of the meanings of the word tantra are to stretch beyond all limitations, to shine brightly, to thrive. Tantra sees the world as a manifestation of the most divine healing, or feminine energy, otherwise known as Shakti. In essence, Tantric-style practices help students move past obstacles to help us see that we’re all a part of the same river of life.

CLASSIC YOGA

Classical Yoga is the yoga of Patanjali, author of the Yoga Sutra. It’s most commonly referred to as the “Ashtanga” or “eight-limbed” path. Styles that come of out this tradition include Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga, Iyengar yoga, and most vinyasa-style or power yoga practices that we see in many gyms today.

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School of Yoga & Wellness
Merging the Sacred Rivers of Yoga, Ayurveda, Tantra & Energy Medicine

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