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4 Weeks Intensive Yoga Bootcamp

with Gizella & Nicole

January 7 - February 1

Tues and Thurs

6:15 - 7:15 AM


8:00 - 9:00 AM

Cost: $229


Based on the Ashtanga Yoga Primary Series.

Join Gizella & Nicole for this amazing 4-week series of body toning yoga practice filled with vigorous standing asanas (poses), plenty of twists to revive the spine and squeeze out toxins, core strength training and inversions to build confidence.

With plenty of modifications and advanced options, these ongoing yoga boot camp sessions are open to all levels!


  • Build confidence and stamina
  • Tone your body and lose weight mindfully
  • Develop advanced techniques to deepen your practice (handstands, arm balances)
  • Increase flexibility and core strength
  • Develop a better understanding of breathing techniques during yoga practice

Space is limited so our team can get to know you and help you meet your goals.

4 Part Series: Yoga for the Absolute Beginner

with Mark


January 19 - February 9

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Cost: $99

Yoga is for everybody and every body.

This 4 week series is designed for people who have never practiced yoga or have taken fewer than five classes.

We will break down the basic poses and explore how to use props so that “harder” poses become manageable and fun.

Every week will be different; beyond movement and poses, we will explore practices related to breathing and meditation. The workshop will be very interactive—questions will be encouraged, and enrollment will be limited so you’ll get a lot of personal instructions.

The goal of the class will be to give you the confidence to attend any class in any studio, or build your own practice. The instructor will stick around after each class to answer your questions over a cup of tea.

Chinese Medicine & Yoga

with Sinead

Sunday, February 23

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Cost: $40

Discover how to use yoga, qi gong, and applied Chinese Medicine philosophy to enhance your body's "root" energy. Chinese Medicine (CM) says to protect and nourish the "Kidney system" in Winter. This system also includes our adrenals (relationship to stress and fear), bones, sexual organs, and sense of hearing. As CM also explains that emotions impact the physical body, we will peripherally focus on becoming aware of fear and stress trapped in the body, using breathing exercises and movements to release.

3 Part Series: Yoga Philosophy 101 - Lecture, Discussion & Tea

with Mark


February 16, 23, March 1

1:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Cost: $60 full series

$24 Single Drop in

Yoga is a science, a philosophy, and it can be, but doesn’t need to be, a spiritual practice.

In this unique series we’ll explore the fundamentals of yoga philosophy, including some history and a discussion of how “yoga” came to be associated, in America, mostly with a physical practice.

Week one: The eight limbs of yoga. (Hint: yoga poses, called “asana” are the third limb; we’ll explore the other seven!)

Week two: The greatest hits of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutras

Week three: The fundamental lessons in The Bhagavad Gita This is a lecture and discussion series.

We’ll serve a variety of tea and light snacks (cookies and fruit).

Inversion Workshop

with Michelle

Sunday, March 08

1:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Cost: $40

Inversions are revitalizing for the body, and refreshing for the mind.

By reversing the normal effects of gravity, they rest the heart, aid circulation, and relieve pressure from the lower back. Proper practice of inversions creates strength, confidence, calmness and clarity of mind.

This workshop is for beginner/intermediate level practitioners interested in learning inversions. We will workshop headstand, forearm balance, handstand, and shoulder stand. We will also focus on maintaining proper awareness and deep breathing while in the postures to achieve maximum benefit, and end with meditation.

Core and Restore

with Logan

Sunday, March 22

2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Cost: $35

Join Logan and your fellow Yoga Mayu community for an afternoon of core work and restorative yoga.

We’ll spend the beginning of class talking about what the core actually is. Contrary to popular belief, the core consists of much more that just abdominals.

Then we’ll move into strengthening the core and learning various exercises we can do in class and at home. The last half of class will be spent restoring the body from all the work we just completed.

We’ll use bolsters, blankets, blocks, sandbags, and eye pillows to settle into relaxing postures - allowing the body, and mind the much needed relaxation it deserves.

All levels are welcome!