Workshops

Sat-Sun, April 8-9, 2017

Ashtanga Yoga & Ayurveda Intensive / New Vibe Yoga, New York City

Workshop Details to be announced

New Vibe Yoga, 113 East 2nd Street. New York, NY

Register: alex.schatzberg@gmail.com

http://www.newvibeyoga.com


Fri-Sun, April 28-30, 2017

Ashtanga Yoga Intensive / Ashtanga Yoga Calgary, Canada

Friday, April 28

2–4 pm  Teacher Development

6–8 pm  Ashtanga Essentials–Tristhana, Vinyasa & Shraddha

Saturday, April 29

8–10 am  Led Primary Practice, Breathing & Chanting 

12–3 pm  Introduction to Ayurveda

Sunday, April 30

8–10 am  Mysore Style Practice 

Cost: $210
Asthanga Yoga Calgary, 202, 819 17 Ave SWM, Calgary

Register: ashtangayogacalgary@gmail.com

www.ashtangayogacalgary.com/workshops


Fri-Sun, May 5-7, 2017

Ashtanga Yoga Weekend with Christine / The Village Shala, Bristol, VT

Ashtanga Yoga Immersion, detailed program to follow

The Village Shala, School Street, Bristol, VT 05443

Register: thevillageshala@gmail.com

www.thevillageshala.com/workshops


Mon-Wed, May 8-10, 2017

Mysore Classes with Christine Hoar / The Village Shala, Bristol, VT

8-11am  $30 per session

In the Mysore sessions, Christine offers semi-private teaching to each student and guides them through their individual practice. It is a great way to practice Ashtanga in a group setting, and receive very personal attention.

The Village Shala, School Street, Bristol, VT 05443

Register: thevillageshala@gmail.com

www.thevillageshala.com/workshops


Sat, May 13, 2017

Asthanga Immersion with Christine Hoar / East Longmeadow, MA

The day will begin with a led Primary Series practice. The Primary Series (yoga chikitsa) serves as the very foundation for our physical practice, our sadhana. This Ashtanga system is an intelligently designed sequence of postures that offers each of us the opportunity to detoxify, purify, and strengthen the body. The Primary Series in particular aims to create neuromuscular alignment and strength and to begin to cleanse the organs. This guided class is an opportunity to deepen your practice and learn the correct vinyasa (breath-movement) system specific to the Primary Series of Ashtanga Yoga. Students will be guided with posture names and vinyasa counts, accompanied by helpful alignment tips and explanations. This class is appropriate for all students wanting to improve and grow in their Ashtanga Yoga practice.

Short break for lunch, followed by:

Why We Do Yoga – The Four Aims of Life
The four aims of life that are referred to in both Ayurveda and Yoga texts are dharma (duties, moral obligations), artha (wealth, means to pursue dharma), kaama (love and relationships) and moksha (liberation, freedom, self-realization). These are called the Purusharthas and are closely connected to the four Ashramas, the four stages of life. In this class, we will explore how we address each of these aims in order to live a full, joyful and meaningful life.

Heartsong Yoga, East Longmeadow, MA

Register: sheila@heartsongyoga.com

http://heartsongyoga.com/events/christinehoarretur/


Sat-Thur, May 20-25, 2017

Ashtanga Yoga Intensive with Christine Hoar / Ashtanga Yoga Santa Fe, New Mexico

Saturday, May 2o

2–5 pm  Ashtanga Essentials–Tristhana, Vinyasa & Shraddha

Sunday, May 21

10–12 am  Led Primary Practice, Breathing & Chanting 

1:30–4 pm  Ashtanga Yoga Conference

Monday, May 22

6:30–9 am  Mysore Style Practice 

5:30–7 pm  Basic Breath Work–The Four Purifications

Tuesday, May 23

6:30–9 am  Mysore Style Practice 

5:30–6 pm The Four Purifications (Review & Practice)

6–7 pm  Intro to Meditation

Wednesday, May 24

6:30–9 am  Mysore Style Practice

5:30–6:15 pm  the Four Purifications & Guided Meditation

6:15–7:30 pm  Dinacharya–Creating Healthy Daily Routine, An Ayurvedic Perspective

Thursday, May 25

6:30–9 am  Mysore Style Practice

Tuititon: $300 if registered by March 1st, $350 after March 1st

VIVA, 1730 Camino Carlos Rey, # 205, Santa Fe, (802) 343–3880 

Register: vivaacu@gmail.com

www.vivaacupuncture.com


Sat-Wed, Oct 21-25, 2017

Primary Series Adjustment Clinic  with Nancy Gilgoff & Christine Hoar

Montauk, NY

Tuition: $700 

Hone your ability to see, feel, touch and verbalize in your teaching. You will begin to learn the principles of hands-on adjusting, of working therapeutically, and of sensing energy movement and blockage in the body. The primary series of the Ashtanga Yoga system will serve as the basis for asana work. This is a unique opportunity to study with Nancy Gilgoff. All participants should be practicing the full primary series regularly. In the morning, there will be a Mysore practice. In the afternoon, we will focus on hands-on adjustments for the primary series.

Nancy Gilgoff is one of the pioneers of Ashtanga Yoga in the West. She was the first western woman to practice with Sri K. Pattabhi Jois and helped bring Ashtanga Yoga to the USA–she began practicing with Guruji in Mysore, India over 40 years ago. As result of their long and close association, Nancy is able to teach with a style and touch that comes directly from Guruji. When Nancy asked Guruji how she should teach, he told her to “teach the way, I taught you”—advice which she took to heart and continues to follow today. Nancy resides on Maui and spends much of her time touring the US, Europe, and Asia, teaching with a view to fostering loving-kindness and to sharing her love and experience of yoga. http://www.ashtangamaui.com

Christine Hoar is the founder of Bristol Yoga, VT and Ashtanga Montauk, NY. She is also a direct student of Guruji and and has over 20 years of practice and teaching experience. Christine is also an Ayurvedic Practitioner and integrates the wisdom of Ayurveda with her teachings of Yoga in an effort to help students achieve greater joy, vitality and transformation in their own lives.

Please register with Christine: choar@gmavt.net    802.238.3735


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