Free Info Session
Bryn Chrisman 6:00 pm Free! View More
You are invited attend our Info Meeting for our Upcoming 200hr Teacher Training. Anna and Bryn will give you deeper insight into our training program and answer your questions. RSVP here.
Jan 12th – May20th 200 Hour Training
with Bryn Chrisman, Stacey Brass, Anna Greenberg + Faculty
Early Bird Rate $3175 by Dec 8th ($3375 After)
Payment Plans Available
w/ Raghunath 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm $45 / $40 Infinity View More
Maha Sadhana Yoga Class, Pranayama & Stories from the Gita and beyond.
Raghunath tells stories like no other. You will be inspired while you laugh until your face hurts.
Raghunath is… Ex-punk, ex-monk, husband, father of five, inversion ambassador, bent on Bhakti, detox junkie, evolution assistant, coalesced by kirtan, cacao consumer, puranic story teller, reciter of Gita, potential excavator, beyond birth and death. He is prana hunter, animal friendly, transcendence in training, born to give – to live today; full contact fighter, devours durians, loves to chant, likes a challenge, servant of the servants, harmonium hugger, conscious of Krishna.
Raghunath born Ray Cappo was a Lower East Side hardcore-punk singer songwriter icon, touring the globe in his teens. In a decadent music scene infested with hard drugs, negativity and intoxication he was an anomaly and a light propounding clean living, positive attitude and vegetarian lifestyle, inspiring tens of thousands of fans internationally. Since his youth he was fascinated with Eastern thought and took his inspiration from Emerson, Ghandi, Thoreau, The Buddhist Sutras, The Bible and the Bhagavad Gita. He started practicing yoga in NYC in 1987 with the esteemed Sri Dharma Mittra as well as Shivananada Yoga. The pettiness of the business of music and the untimely death of his father led him to India in 1988 where he dove deeper into the lifestyle and spirituality of India. He became a celibate monk at a Krishna Bhakti Ashram for 6 years where he intensely studied, meditated and lived the ancient yogic texts. In 1991 in the sacred village of Vrindavan he was awarded the name Raghunath and two years later in that same holy town awarded diksha or the sacred thread, for his study. Now, 23 years later, he’s an accomplished yogi in many styles, and married with five children. He leads retreats, workshops and yoga teacher trainings around the world. He is an expert at taking the esoteric yoga philosophy and making it understandable and practical for the contemporary world.Sign Up
Joanne Silver 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm $30 / $25 Infinity View More
Our most gentle class is appropriate and loved by everyone! No Yoga Experience Necessary! Joanne will incorporate the use of Reiki and Essentials to make this evening extra special and delicious!
Bolsters, blankets, blocks, and the occasional chair help to organize the body in relaxing poses that create space, openness, and awareness. Restorative poses align the breath, decompress the inner body, and leave you feeling refreshed and perfectly at ease!
Please arrive safely and on time. NO LATE ENTRY TO THIS CLASS! 48 Hour Cancellation policy.
PLEASE NOTE: Infinity Members need to sign up with the front desk directly to get Infinity Price.Sign Up
The Science of Energy
Justin Ritchie 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm $45/$40 Infinity View More
“Energy” is Yoga’s practical description of what we now call the psychosomatic connection. This is the blurry edge between physical feelings and emotional feelings and the grey area of where they affect each other. Esoteric yoga theory and the cutting edge of neurobiology are starting to say a lot of the same things. Where do they meet, where do they differ and how do we use both on and off the mat?
4/08/18 Yoga Sutra Study
Prof. Edwin Bryant 12:30 pm - 6:00 pm $50 One / $90 Both View More
Professor Edwin Bryant, Bhakti yoga practicioner, PhD Scholar and Head of Religious Studies at Rutgers, joins us for an illuminating weekend studying Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras. Saturday + Sunday 1230-6pm
Professor Bryant wrote wonderful this wonderful book:
His book teaches us the words, history and deep interpretations behind the words of the ancient teachings of “what is yoga, how to approach and practice yoga and what you get from yoga”.
Best if you can bring a copy of Prof. Bryant’s Yoga Sutra commentary for reference. Any copy of the Yoga Sutras would work also!Sign Up