|1 month (once per week)||150|
|1 month (once per week: new student)||130|
|1 month (once per week: restorative)||120|
|1 month (unlimited)||225|
|Buddha Body Yoga||17:00-18:30,|
In Buddha Body Yoga, we take standard yoga poses and adjust, modify, and adapt them so that larger, overweight or injured people are able to successfully practice. By using supportive yoga gear (bolsters, pillows, blocks, belts, yoga ropes, and physioballs) we allow people to gradually improve their alignment, tone, balance, and flexibility.
- Michael Hayes — has more than 20 years experience teaching and has studied extensively in the following traditions: Iyengar Yoga, Ashtanga Yoga, Thai Yoga, Om Vinyasa Yoga and Yoga Anatomy. In addition, Michael has traveled regularly to Thailand to study with master teachers. His class will benefit anyone regardless of their individual anatomy, flexibility, age, or yoga background. Michael has also practiced massage for more than 20 years as a licensed massage therapist;
- Anita Haravon — PhD, completed yoga teacher training at YogaWorks. Her teaching style is focused, supportive & fun! She has studied with yoga teachers at various studios in New York City, including Buddha Body Yoga, The Breathing Project and Ishta Yoga. Anita has traveled to Northern India, and studied yoga, meditation and breathing practices at Anand Prakash Ashram. Anita is a certified EMT (Emergency Medical Technician) and volunteers with Central Park Medical Unit and the American Red Cross;
- Sharyanne McSwain — She is a graduate of the inaugural class of Buddha Body Yoga’s teacher training program.
Sport class for
- young men✗
- young women✗