- Medium-paced and fluid
- Each class follows the same sequence
- 70 poses of the traditional practice
- Teacher assistants will make personal adjustments during the class
- There will be short explanatory sessions before and after the class
ASHTANGA BEGINNER TEACHERS
I first discovered yoga during my theatre training at Meadows School of the Arts at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX. At the time, I don’t think I even realized that I was doing yoga, but gradually became more and more aware of the connection between the mind, the body, the breath and eventually the Self. Yoga is a process of transformation, reminding students frequently that in order to transform, we must first come to realize that we are beginning from somewhere.
Adina’s father, Viktor Fehr, planted the seeds of her yoga education in early childhood. At the age of 7, she experienced the teachings of yoga posture, breath work, meditation and philosophy through the work of Paramahansa Yogananda, and Swami Sivananda Rahda.Adina continued her journey in 2006 and completed her 200 hour Hatha Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Training in 2009. Her classes are very gentle and inspire wellness; physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually.
David has studied a variety of styles of yoga since 1980. His enthusiasm for yoga led him to the Kripalu Centre in Lenox, Massachusetts in 1994 where he became a certified Kripalu teacher. Soon after he became interested in Ashtanga Yoga, started practicing it, and received Ashtanga Yoga Teacher Training at Downward Dog Yoga Centre in Toronto in 1999. Dave is known for his soothing, meditative voice and a teaching style that is focused, concise and geared towards gaining strength.