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Anuttara Dhyana Krama (Meditative Flow) – A very fluid sequence with extensive seated meditations. Best way to start the day! All levels.
Anuttara Vinyasa Sapta Krama Level I – A form of Hatha Yoga that flows through the Sun Salutations. We move the body into a Pose, Counterpose and Repose, representing the three qualities of Nature so as to safely access the body and all systems. We do a set of sequences and “Echo” (Visarga) in the subsequent sequence. All levels. Everyone welcome.
Anuttara Vinyasa Sapta Krama Level II – This vigorous, dance-like practice is cardiovascular and graceful. Its logical and progressive sequencing leads the practitioner to heightened physical, emotional and spiritual awareness. Intermediate. Not appropriate for first-timers.
Anuttara Vinyasa Sapta Krama Level III – Intermediate-Advanced practice. Inappropriate for beginners. Minimum instruction. Loud ethereal music.
Anuttara Raja Yoga – A style of yoga unique to Anuttara Yoga Schools. It encompasses a gravitational surrender in yoga poses that interpret the Yoga Sutras. We follow the prescriptions and dictates of our Guru Lineage of Self-Realization. Anuttara Raja Yoga hypothesizes that the plastic tissues, primarily fascia, are the vast extensions of mind through the neuro-myofascial sheaths that correspond to the meridians and the nadis (energetic channels). In Hatha Yoga we engage muscle in order to counteract gravity, whereas, in Raja Yoga we disengage muscle and surrender to gravity completely. All levels. Everyone welcome.
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