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Juneau, AK 99801


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Introduction to Yoga


I hear about people trying yoga the first time and feeling overwhelmed, out of place or discouraged.  If you want to do yoga, you can and we want to facilitate your success!  These classes are for you:

Yoga Immersion!
Register, commit and experience!  
Next Immersion will be offered in January. 

An introduction to Ashtanga yoga, and an opportunity to learn and work where you are.  All students are welcome; stiff, bendy, totally new, or haven’t done yoga in 10 years, there is a way for all of us to practice yoga. 
5 led classes learning new postures, Sundays 7am-8am
All other days, attend as many Mysore sessions as possible (see schedule).  Practice the sequence and postures you have learned at your own pace.  The teacher is in the room giving individual coaching and adjustments.  This style is known as Mysore practice or self-paced practice.  Attend any other classes you’d like, this is an unlimited pass.  $150/person.  

for a consistent yoga practice and ALL the benefits that come with it?
If early morning is even remotely possible for your schedule, the self-paced practice anytime Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday between 5:45am-7:30 am is a great plan. Please talk to Jodee about starting a morning practice.  New students, please attend Yoga Immersion or if in progress, please contact Jodee for a start date.

Restorative Yoga, Drop-in Saturdays and Sundays 10:30am-Noon.  
Breath and settle into supportive postures. This class is accessible to all, brand new to yoga, mobility issues (take note there are stairs to the studio) and anyone wanting to relieve stress. Make this class like an appointment, a well-deserved practice to restore and revive.

Wednesdays 5:30pm-7pm, Ashtanga Yoga Basics.  More details on the schedule.  Click sign-up to commit!

A yoga practice can be a life-long method of self-healing. Pain is a good motivator, if pain leads you to the yoga mat, enjoy the benefits. When the pain is gone, stay with a routine to further refine the balance in your body.
*If you have a new injury or serious pain, please see a health professional prior to beginning yoga.