Yoga Mill Schedule

1 mar - 7 mar 2021   
Monday March 1
7:30 am
Natalie
Time
7:30 am - 8:30 am
Teacher
Natalie
Location
3rd floor

(we set it up as two sessions but you can arrive anytime from 6:30am until 7:45am, mysore style does not require everyone to arrive at the same time)
Mysore yoga is a student-focused, highly individualized method of teaching Ashtanga Yoga. In a Mysore setting, the Ashtanga sequences are taught with three main focuses: Asana, Breath, and Gaze. The sequences are taught incrementally rather than all at once. That is to say, a student will learn portions of Ashtanga series little by little in order to facilitate the commitment of the series to memory, as well as gradually building the strength, flexibility, and discipline that is required to progress in the series. This practice is suited for anyone who enjoys individualized teaching, a personal practice, and the feel of community.

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Time
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Teacher
Natalie
Location
3rd floor

A slower paced class that is based on and inspired by the Ashtanga tradition. We focus on stability, balance, and strengthening.

All students are welcome.

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Time
6:00 pm - 7:15 pm
Teacher
Emily
Location
3rd floor

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Monday March 1
Time 7:30 am - 8:30 am
Teacher Natalie
Location 3rd floor
 
(we set it up as two sessions but you can arrive anytime from 6:30am until 7:45am, mysore style does not require everyone to arrive at the same time)
Mysore yoga is a student-focused, highly individualized method of teaching Ashtanga Yoga. In a Mysore setting, the Ashtanga sequences are taught with three main focuses: Asana, Breath, and Gaze. The sequences are taught incrementally rather than all at once. That is to say, a student will learn portions of Ashtanga series little by little in order to facilitate the commitment of the series to memory, as well as gradually building the strength, flexibility, and discipline that is required to progress in the series. This practice is suited for anyone who enjoys individualized teaching, a personal practice, and the feel of community.

Don't worry if you're confused, just come!

Time 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Teacher Natalie
Location 3rd floor
 
A slower paced class that is based on and inspired by the Ashtanga tradition. We focus on stability, balance, and strengthening.

All students are welcome.

Time 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm
Teacher Emily
Location 3rd floor
 

Tuesday March 2
Time
7:30 am - 8:30 am
Teacher
Natalie
Location
3rd floor

(we set it up as two sessions but you can arrive anytime from 6:30am until 7:45am, mysore style does not require everyone to arrive at the same time)

Mysore yoga is a student-focused, highly individualized method of teaching Ashtanga Yoga. In a Mysore setting, the Ashtanga sequences are taught with three main focuses: Asana, Breath, and Gaze. The sequences are taught incrementally rather than all at once. That is to say, a student will learn portions of Ashtanga series little by little in order to facilitate the commitment of the series to memory, as well as gradually building the strength, flexibility, and discipline that is required to progress in the series. This practice is suited for anyone who enjoys individualized teaching, a personal practice, and the feel of community.

Don't worry if you're confused, just come!

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Time
6:00 pm - 7:15 pm
Teacher
Emily
Location
Upstairs (3rd Floor)

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Tuesday March 2
Time 7:30 am - 8:30 am
Teacher Natalie
Location 3rd floor
 
(we set it up as two sessions but you can arrive anytime from 6:30am until 7:45am, mysore style does not require everyone to arrive at the same time)

Mysore yoga is a student-focused, highly individualized method of teaching Ashtanga Yoga. In a Mysore setting, the Ashtanga sequences are taught with three main focuses: Asana, Breath, and Gaze. The sequences are taught incrementally rather than all at once. That is to say, a student will learn portions of Ashtanga series little by little in order to facilitate the commitment of the series to memory, as well as gradually building the strength, flexibility, and discipline that is required to progress in the series. This practice is suited for anyone who enjoys individualized teaching, a personal practice, and the feel of community.

Don't worry if you're confused, just come!

Time 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm
Teacher Emily
Location Upstairs (3rd Floor)
 

Wednesday March 3
Time
7:30 am - 8:30 am
Teacher
Natalie
Location
3rd floor

(we set it up as two sessions but you can arrive anytime from 6:30am until 7:45am, mysore style does not require everyone to arrive at the same time)
Mysore yoga is a student-focused, highly individualized method of teaching Ashtanga Yoga. In a Mysore setting, the Ashtanga sequences are taught with three main focuses: Asana, Breath, and Gaze. The sequences are taught incrementally rather than all at once. That is to say, a student will learn portions of Ashtanga series little by little in order to facilitate the commitment of the series to memory, as well as gradually building the strength, flexibility, and discipline that is required to progress in the series. This practice is suited for anyone who enjoys individualized teaching, a personal practice, and the feel of community.

Don't worry if you're confused, just come!

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Time
6:00 pm - 7:15 pm
Teacher
Emily
Location
3rd floor

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Time
7:30 pm - 8:45 pm
Teacher
Eden
Location
3rd floor

We are happy to offer weekly meditation classes by donation every Wednesday. The suggested donation is a sliding scale from $5-15 depending on what you can afford. No one will be turned away due to lack of funds!

We begin our meditations with 10-15 minutes of movement before settling into a seated posture. Each class will zoom in on a series of mudras centered around a weekly theme. Mudras are thought to create energetic shifts inside the body. They are also great tools in the exploration of noticing the activities of inner and outer worlds, attuning to subtle energies and energetic flows, and cultivating deeper self awareness. The marriage of mudras and meditation can also assist in grounding into the present moment and facilitating an inner alchemy.

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Wednesday March 3
Time 7:30 am - 8:30 am
Teacher Natalie
Location 3rd floor
 
(we set it up as two sessions but you can arrive anytime from 6:30am until 7:45am, mysore style does not require everyone to arrive at the same time)
Mysore yoga is a student-focused, highly individualized method of teaching Ashtanga Yoga. In a Mysore setting, the Ashtanga sequences are taught with three main focuses: Asana, Breath, and Gaze. The sequences are taught incrementally rather than all at once. That is to say, a student will learn portions of Ashtanga series little by little in order to facilitate the commitment of the series to memory, as well as gradually building the strength, flexibility, and discipline that is required to progress in the series. This practice is suited for anyone who enjoys individualized teaching, a personal practice, and the feel of community.

Don't worry if you're confused, just come!

Time 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm
Teacher Emily
Location 3rd floor
 

Time 7:30 pm - 8:45 pm
Teacher Eden
Location 3rd floor
 
We are happy to offer weekly meditation classes by donation every Wednesday. The suggested donation is a sliding scale from $5-15 depending on what you can afford. No one will be turned away due to lack of funds!

We begin our meditations with 10-15 minutes of movement before settling into a seated posture. Each class will zoom in on a series of mudras centered around a weekly theme. Mudras are thought to create energetic shifts inside the body. They are also great tools in the exploration of noticing the activities of inner and outer worlds, attuning to subtle energies and energetic flows, and cultivating deeper self awareness. The marriage of mudras and meditation can also assist in grounding into the present moment and facilitating an inner alchemy.

Thursday March 4
Time
7:30 am - 8:30 am
Teacher
Natalie
Location
3rd floor

(we set it up as two sessions but you can arrive anytime from 6:30am until 7:45am, mysore style does not require everyone to arrive at the same time)

Mysore yoga is a student-focused, highly individualized method of teaching Ashtanga Yoga. In a Mysore setting, the Ashtanga sequences are taught with three main focuses: Asana, Breath, and Gaze. The sequences are taught incrementally rather than all at once. That is to say, a student will learn portions of Ashtanga series little by little in order to facilitate the commitment of the series to memory, as well as gradually building the strength, flexibility, and discipline that is required to progress in the series. This practice is suited for anyone who enjoys individualized teaching, a personal practice, and the feel of community.

Don't worry if you're confused, just come!

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Time
10:00 am - 11:15 am
Teacher
Eden
Location
3rd floor

Our Chakra Vinyasa practice is an all-levels class designed to be a holistic immersion into our chakra systems. Each week we dive deeply into one of our chakras, beginning with the root and working our way to the crown chakra. These classes include dynamic movement, aimed to open, align, and enhance whichever chakra we are working with, as well as mantras, mudras, music and more. Here, we investigate not only our internal worlds but the correlates of our outer worlds while we learn and practice tools with which we can recalibrate and restore our own balance in the imbalance that is life.

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Time
6:00 pm - 7:15 pm
Teacher
Eden
Location
3rd floor

Whether it is your first time on the mat or your millionth sirsasana (headstand), we welcome you to cultivate a beginner’s mind as you (re)discover the foundations of yoga in our beginner’s classes.
These classes focus on moving with intentionality while zooming in on “proper” alignment. Designed to invite you to explore your unique body’s abilities, cultivate compassion, and bathe in the power of going slow. We hope you find that these classes are ideal for wherever you are in your yogic journey.

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Thursday March 4
Time 7:30 am - 8:30 am
Teacher Natalie
Location 3rd floor
 
(we set it up as two sessions but you can arrive anytime from 6:30am until 7:45am, mysore style does not require everyone to arrive at the same time)

Mysore yoga is a student-focused, highly individualized method of teaching Ashtanga Yoga. In a Mysore setting, the Ashtanga sequences are taught with three main focuses: Asana, Breath, and Gaze. The sequences are taught incrementally rather than all at once. That is to say, a student will learn portions of Ashtanga series little by little in order to facilitate the commitment of the series to memory, as well as gradually building the strength, flexibility, and discipline that is required to progress in the series. This practice is suited for anyone who enjoys individualized teaching, a personal practice, and the feel of community.

Don't worry if you're confused, just come!

Time 10:00 am - 11:15 am
Teacher Eden
Location 3rd floor
 
Our Chakra Vinyasa practice is an all-levels class designed to be a holistic immersion into our chakra systems. Each week we dive deeply into one of our chakras, beginning with the root and working our way to the crown chakra. These classes include dynamic movement, aimed to open, align, and enhance whichever chakra we are working with, as well as mantras, mudras, music and more. Here, we investigate not only our internal worlds but the correlates of our outer worlds while we learn and practice tools with which we can recalibrate and restore our own balance in the imbalance that is life.

Time 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm
Teacher Eden
Location 3rd floor
 
Whether it is your first time on the mat or your millionth sirsasana (headstand), we welcome you to cultivate a beginner’s mind as you (re)discover the foundations of yoga in our beginner’s classes.
These classes focus on moving with intentionality while zooming in on “proper” alignment. Designed to invite you to explore your unique body’s abilities, cultivate compassion, and bathe in the power of going slow. We hope you find that these classes are ideal for wherever you are in your yogic journey.

Friday March 5
Time
7:30 am - 8:30 am
Teacher
Natalie
Location
Upstairs (3rd Floor)

Mysore yoga is a student-focused, highly individualized method of teaching Ashtanga Yoga. In a Mysore setting, the Ashtanga sequences are taught with three main focuses: Asana, Breath, and Gaze. The sequences are taught incrementally rather than all at once. That is to say, a student will learn portions of Ashtanga series little by little in order to facilitate the commitment of the series to memory, as well as gradually building the strength, flexibility, and discipline that is required to progress in the series. This practice is suited for anyone who enjoys individualized teaching, a personal practice, and a community of like-minded people!

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Time
9:30 am - 10:45 am
Teacher
Emily
Location
3rd floor

Not too hot, around 85 degrees depending where you set your mat.

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Time
6:00 pm - 7:15 pm
Teacher
Eden
Location
3rd floor

Whether it is your first time on the mat or your millionth sirsasana (headstand), we welcome you to cultivate a beginner’s mind as you (re)discover the foundations of yoga in our beginner’s classes.
These classes focus on moving with intentionality while zooming in on “proper” alignment. Designed to invite you to explore your unique body’s abilities, cultivate compassion, and bathe in the power of going slow. We hope you find that these classes are ideal for wherever you are in your yogic journey.

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Time
7:30 pm - 8:45 pm
Teacher
Eden
Location
3rd floor

Our Friday evening restorative classes are designed to recalibrate the mind-body, rebalance the nervous system, and relearn the art of relaxation. These nourishing classes invite you into deeply supported asanas which allow you to maintain the postures for longer periods of time without any pain or strain. With the use of props such as bolsters, blocks and blankets, we align ourselves with complete physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual relaxation.

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Friday March 5
Time 7:30 am - 8:30 am
Teacher Natalie
Location Upstairs (3rd Floor)
 
Mysore yoga is a student-focused, highly individualized method of teaching Ashtanga Yoga. In a Mysore setting, the Ashtanga sequences are taught with three main focuses: Asana, Breath, and Gaze. The sequences are taught incrementally rather than all at once. That is to say, a student will learn portions of Ashtanga series little by little in order to facilitate the commitment of the series to memory, as well as gradually building the strength, flexibility, and discipline that is required to progress in the series. This practice is suited for anyone who enjoys individualized teaching, a personal practice, and a community of like-minded people!

Time 9:30 am - 10:45 am
Teacher Emily
Location 3rd floor
 
Not too hot, around 85 degrees depending where you set your mat.

Time 6:00 pm - 7:15 pm
Teacher Eden
Location 3rd floor
 
Whether it is your first time on the mat or your millionth sirsasana (headstand), we welcome you to cultivate a beginner’s mind as you (re)discover the foundations of yoga in our beginner’s classes.
These classes focus on moving with intentionality while zooming in on “proper” alignment. Designed to invite you to explore your unique body’s abilities, cultivate compassion, and bathe in the power of going slow. We hope you find that these classes are ideal for wherever you are in your yogic journey.

Time 7:30 pm - 8:45 pm
Teacher Eden
Location 3rd floor
 
Our Friday evening restorative classes are designed to recalibrate the mind-body, rebalance the nervous system, and relearn the art of relaxation. These nourishing classes invite you into deeply supported asanas which allow you to maintain the postures for longer periods of time without any pain or strain. With the use of props such as bolsters, blocks and blankets, we align ourselves with complete physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual relaxation.

Saturday March 6
Time
9:30 am - 10:45 am
Teacher
Eden
Location
3rd floor

The practice of Yoga Nidra is an organic journey into the state of consciousness between waking and sleeping. In this liminal space, we navigate through the layers of self toward pure awareness and sow a fertile seed in the transformative soils of our minds.
Yoga Nidra induces both low alpha and high theta brain waves, associated with presence or alertness and sleep or meditation, respectfully. While alpha brain waves are thought to coordinate with perceiving the “outer” world, theta brain waves are thought to coordinate with sensing signals from within. Through this meditative union of inner and outer worlds, it is said that one can reach samadhi - or blissful contemplation, undisturbed by desire.
As an added bonus, one hour of Yoga Nidra is equivalent to four hours of sleep.

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Time
11:00 am - 12:15 pm
Teacher
Natalie
Location
3rd floor

Derived from the Primary Series of Ashtanga, this class will lead you through the Sun Salutations, several standing and balancing poses, as well as a few seated postures. This class emphasizes alignment, breath, and dristi (gaze) to cultivate strength, flexibility, and focus. Open to all levels and experiences with yoga.

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Time
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Teacher
Eden
Location
3rd floor

Our gentle classes are a low-intensity, minimalistic approach to yoga. Great for practitioners of all levels, this is an opportunity to deepen your practice of moving your body in nourishing, comfortable ways. This style of yoga is designed to calm the nervous system, clear your mind and strengthen your sense of balance as you tune into your body and breath.

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Saturday March 6
Time 9:30 am - 10:45 am
Teacher Eden
Location 3rd floor
 
The practice of Yoga Nidra is an organic journey into the state of consciousness between waking and sleeping. In this liminal space, we navigate through the layers of self toward pure awareness and sow a fertile seed in the transformative soils of our minds.
Yoga Nidra induces both low alpha and high theta brain waves, associated with presence or alertness and sleep or meditation, respectfully. While alpha brain waves are thought to coordinate with perceiving the “outer” world, theta brain waves are thought to coordinate with sensing signals from within. Through this meditative union of inner and outer worlds, it is said that one can reach samadhi - or blissful contemplation, undisturbed by desire.
As an added bonus, one hour of Yoga Nidra is equivalent to four hours of sleep.

Time 11:00 am - 12:15 pm
Teacher Natalie
Location 3rd floor
 
Derived from the Primary Series of Ashtanga, this class will lead you through the Sun Salutations, several standing and balancing poses, as well as a few seated postures. This class emphasizes alignment, breath, and dristi (gaze) to cultivate strength, flexibility, and focus. Open to all levels and experiences with yoga.

Time 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Teacher Eden
Location 3rd floor
 
Our gentle classes are a low-intensity, minimalistic approach to yoga. Great for practitioners of all levels, this is an opportunity to deepen your practice of moving your body in nourishing, comfortable ways. This style of yoga is designed to calm the nervous system, clear your mind and strengthen your sense of balance as you tune into your body and breath.

Sunday March 7
Time
10:00 am - 11:15 am
Teacher
Eden
Location
3rd floor

Our Chakra Vinyasa practice is an all-levels class designed to be a holistic immersion into our chakra systems. Each week we dive deeply into one of our chakras, beginning with the root and working our way to the crown chakra. These classes include dynamic movement, aimed to open, align, and enhance whichever chakra we are working with, as well as mantras, mudras, music and more. Here, we investigate not only our internal worlds but the correlates of our outer worlds while we learn and practice tools with which we can recalibrate and restore our own balance in the imbalance that is life.

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Time
12:00 pm - 1:15 pm
Teacher
Emily
Location
3rd floor

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Time
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Teacher
Eden
Location
3rd floor

Our gentle classes are a low-intensity, minimalistic approach to yoga. Great for practitioners of all levels, this is an opportunity to deepen your practice of moving your body in nourishing, comfortable ways. This style of yoga is designed to calm the nervous system, clear your mind and strengthen your sense of balance as you tune into your body and breath.

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Time
4:00 pm - 5:15 pm
Teacher
Eden
Location
3rd floor

Yin is a slow and meditative form of yoga where poses are held for 3-5 minutes. Unlike other forms of yoga, which are centered around alignment, building heat, and focus on our muscles, yin invites us to soften, round, fold into ourselves, and allow gravity to support us. It addresses the delicate fibers of the fascia, which interweaves our entire body, as well as other deep connective tissues such as ligaments and joints. .

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Sunday March 7
Time 10:00 am - 11:15 am
Teacher Eden
Location 3rd floor
 
Our Chakra Vinyasa practice is an all-levels class designed to be a holistic immersion into our chakra systems. Each week we dive deeply into one of our chakras, beginning with the root and working our way to the crown chakra. These classes include dynamic movement, aimed to open, align, and enhance whichever chakra we are working with, as well as mantras, mudras, music and more. Here, we investigate not only our internal worlds but the correlates of our outer worlds while we learn and practice tools with which we can recalibrate and restore our own balance in the imbalance that is life.

Time 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm
Teacher Emily
Location 3rd floor
 

Time 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm
Teacher Eden
Location 3rd floor
 
Our gentle classes are a low-intensity, minimalistic approach to yoga. Great for practitioners of all levels, this is an opportunity to deepen your practice of moving your body in nourishing, comfortable ways. This style of yoga is designed to calm the nervous system, clear your mind and strengthen your sense of balance as you tune into your body and breath.

Time 4:00 pm - 5:15 pm
Teacher Eden
Location 3rd floor
 
Yin is a slow and meditative form of yoga where poses are held for 3-5 minutes. Unlike other forms of yoga, which are centered around alignment, building heat, and focus on our muscles, yin invites us to soften, round, fold into ourselves, and allow gravity to support us. It addresses the delicate fibers of the fascia, which interweaves our entire body, as well as other deep connective tissues such as ligaments and joints. .

1 mar - 7 mar 2021   
1 mar - 7 mar 2021