M - Th 9 am - 4 pm, Fr 10 am - 1:30 pm Sat/Sun CLOSED

503-223-8157

6840 S. Macadam Ave. Portland, OR 97219

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Julie teaching

Intermediate

A blended level class with Levels 3-4, 4 and 4-5. Each class builds sequentially to one or two challenging poses, but options are offered if you’re not ready for the peak pose. Even if you don’t do all the poses, you’ll learn how to build and prepare to master them eventually. Students should be experienced with all standing poses and know how to set up for inversions....

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Laila adjust

Advanced Beginning

A blended level class of level 2, 2-3 and the more challenging level 3. Options are given for both levels so students work at the appropriate level. Longer hold strength building and deeper stretches are included, as well as balance poses and stepping through from dog pose. Prop use will be encouraged to make these more challenging poses accessible. Any forward bending will be limited....

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Beth Paxson

Level 2-3

Level 2-3 provides a bridge between the basic work of level 2 and the more challenging level 3 practice. Longer hold strength building and deeper stretches are included, as well as balance poses and stepping through from dog pose. Prop use will be encouraged to make these more challenging poses accessible. Any forward bending will be limited....

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Chair Yoga

This class is designed to address the needs and desires of students who would like to enjoy the benefits of yoga without getting down to the floor. Practice will focus on sitting and standing poses, with an emphasis on core strength, flexibility, and balance. Limited to 12 students and taught by a Physical Therapist with a specialty in rehabilitation and aging populations....

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parsvakonasana

Level 4-5

Our most advanced class. A wide variety of poses are taught at a more intense pace, with more challenging sequences. Student should be injury free, have several years if yoga experience and be ready for all poses. Many poses are held for an extended period of time. Julie prefers to know the student for a term before they come to Level 4-5, so there are no surprises and she knows they are ready for the challenge. This is a two hour class....

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Julie teaching

Level 4

Refining and deepening poses. Holding poses longer. Inversions, backbends and sitting forward bends are all practiced....

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Level 3-4

Refining work on standing and balance poses. Begin practicing inversions; shoulder stand and handstand, both at the wall. Preparation for head stand and forearm balance. Arm balances such as Bakasana introduced....

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Level 3

Complete range of standing poses, including standing balance poses. Begin preparation for inversions, but no actual inversions practiced. Gentle forward and back bends. Deeper work on flexibility....

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Athletes 3-4

These classes are specifically designed to complement athletic training, especially running and cycling. These classes focus on stretching, joint alignment and upper body strength. These classes are faster moving then regular level classes and work on stamina....

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Level 2

A wider variety of standing poses are practiced. More work on standing balance. More basic strength and flexibility. Poses are held longer. Gentle back bends are introduced. Good review for those who have had some previous yoga experience....

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