Each year Richard and Mary offer various courses that are taught in an “intensive” format. In these courses we meet daily to practice asana and experience the internal and external forms of the poses. We also explore other limbs of yoga, including chanting, pranayama, meditation, anatomy, therapeutics, and Indian philosophies.
A five-day intensive designed for beginning yoga students, which is offered in Boulder each year. Students for this intensive will be registered on a first come, first serve basis. Designed for beginning students and those new to Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga, this course offers insights into the interlinking aspects of the practice. Students explore the internal forms of alignment that are essential to practicing in a balanced, intelligent, and safe manner. The course also includes an introduction to chanting, pranayama, and Indian philosophies.
A five-day intensive designed for intermediate to advanced students, which will be offered in Boulder in 2019. Students for this intensive will be registered on a first come, first serve basis. All participants must have completed, or be actively working on, the intermediate series of Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga. We prefer that students have studied previously with us, and that they have an established meditation practice.
This is a monthlong course that is designed for intermediate to advanced students who would like to deepen their practice with a comprehensive exploration of the internal principles and forms of Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga in the context of Indian philosophy, chanting, anatomy, therapeutics, and meditation. The Teachers Intensive is held once a year in Boulder during the summer, and students must apply and be accepted for the course. Space is limited, so please apply early.
We opened the doors at the Yoga Workshop in 1988, and a dedicated community of practitioners has been practicing there ever since! As founders and owners of the studio for twenty-seven years, we have witnessed the transformation of modern yoga as it’s blossomed into an integral part of virtually every culture on earth. We have worked to keep the Ashtanga Vinyasa lineage vibrant and alive within this ever-changing landscape. In 2015 we transferred ownership of the studio to our dear friends and fellow practitioners, Ty and Shayan Landrum, who continue to explore and practice the Ashtanga Vinyasa form.