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Full Weekend or by Session at Kaivalya Yoga 777 University Ave. February 22nd – 24th, 2013 with Alex Pfeiffer & Sunday Evening guest teacher Keith Borden
This weekend will revolutionize how you see your body and your practice on the mat. Go beyond the “body-mind . . . → Read More: Chakras On the Mat : Transformation East Meets West Weekend Workshop
Come join me at 9am on Saturday Morning for a special Master Class!
From 9am to 12:15, I’ll be running a workshop on Hot/Detox Yoga. In this workshop, I’ll be teaching you how to use yoga, particularly hot yoga to get the most out of your detoxing.. Plus, get a rockin’ 3 hour detox session and . . . → Read More: Hot Detox Yoga Master Class on Saturday!
Don’t get me wrong here. Fast Moving Asana Practices such as varying Power Yogas can be a great cardio workout and also build a warrior type discipline & confidence since when you’re moving fast, there is often not time to align the pose perfectly, you must align quickly to get the most . . . → Read More: Why Over Cardio-ing Your Whole Asana Practice Will Always Leave You Stuck
A first distinguishing mark of Hatha Yoga (yoga done by physical exercises and postures) is a Reverence for Nature. Rather than an attitude towards Nature/the World/Manifestation as the troublesome materiality of the world void of spirit, Nature (Prakrti in Sanskrit) is to be celebrated as the divine creative principle… an organic-ness to model rather than avoid.
Therefore . . . → Read More: Yoga Church May 22nd – Aligning with Nature
Simple enough question, right? How many times per week do we mention our “yoga practice”. Here is how I address the question with new teacher trainees….
There are 3 pieces to this yoga teacher training:
1) Deepening your own yoga practice.
2) Learning to help others deepen their yoga practice (teaching)
3) Applying yogic principles, particularly the deep resonance . . . → Read More: What is Yoga Practice?
The purpose of the Kaivalya Yoga Teacher Training Program is to provide a safe, nurturing atmosphere for in depth study of the practice of yoga to enable the student to deepen their personal practice and find their unique voice and soul as a skilled yoga teacher. Alex Pfeiffer & Kaivalya Yoga will provide a quality . . . → Read More: Information about the Kaivalya Yoga Teacher Training Program
Kaivalya Yoga is proud to bring one of the nation’s most innovative yoga teachers to Madison!
DJ HyFi, a yoga instructor who fuses electronic music with yoga practices, will visit Kaivalya Yoga on Wednesday, March 9th to lead a 2-hour class alongside Kaivalya instructor Alex. HyFi, alter ego of Boston native Ian Hyman, developed an ability to . . . → Read More: DJ HyFi is coming to Kaivalya!
Last week we talked about Hot Detox yoga and it’s beneficial influence on the lymph system within your body. While just as hot as our hot yoga sessions, Kaivalya Yoga’s Hot Power Flow yoga presents a different set of benefits for you.
Derived from the Baptiste style of Power Flow Yoga, Kaivalya’s Hot Power Flow yoga is . . . → Read More: Hot Power Flow
With the temperature dropping each day, it’s hard to imagine that any location in Madison would be hot, let alone being warm.
Well, think again.
Kaivalya Yoga has hot yoga classes each week to help you detox from your daily lives. Unlike other yoga styles, Hot Detox Yoga focuses on compressions, which help your body’s lymph system remove . . . → Read More: Hot Detox Yoga
Starting a new class is never easy in college, especially when it deals with physical activity.
At least this is what Leia Ferrari, a journalism and mass communication major at UW-Madison, thought before she started working out at Kaivalya Yoga. Ferrari, a senior and avid fanatic of the nature and outdoors, decided to try out Kaivalya Yoga . . . → Read More: Getting Started at Kaivalya: Leia’s Perspective