Go Deeper

A workshop format allows you to learn more and go deeper into a particular aspect of yoga than you would in a group class, or even a private session. By focusing on specific topics, RedBeard Yoga workshops allow you to explore the intricacies of postures and practice in much more detail. Are you looking to learn more about yoga other than just the physical practice? Are you looking to solidify the basics of asana and learn alignment to help you progress further in your personal practice? Are there particular postures that you would like to focus on, like backbends, handstands, or twists?

The workshops offered will guide you deeper into your practice and provide you with the tools you need to further explore all that the yoga has to offer.  


Fostering a Personal Meditation Practice:

A 3 1/2 Hour workshop on Mindfulness

Saturday | Jan. 6 | 10am-1:30pm

Have you been wanting to develop a meditation practice? Are you looking to develop skills to cope with a high stress life? Mindfulness and meditation have been scientifically proven to have many measurable benefits for both the body and the mind.

This workshop will explain the benefits of a regular meditation practice, introduce you to several different styles of meditation, and give you the tools you need to have a strong, centering, home practice. 



Fundamentals of Asana:

Mastering the Basics

Whether you are brand new to yoga, or simply interested in going back and focusing on the foundations of your practice, this workshop will help you understand proper alignment and transitioning for the key postures that form the core of most Hatha/Vinyasa yoga asana practices. 


Learning to Love backbends:

flexibility for the rest of us

For many people, backbends are scary, or we've convinced ourselves that our spine just isn't flexible, so we neglect this aspect of our practice. I was one of these people, now I love backbends.

This workshop will teach you how to safely incorporate backbends into your practice, and help to make them accessible for even the most "inflexible yogi".