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Class Schedule

Is ABT Yoga for you? 

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
5:30–6:30 AM
Early Morning
Ken
5:30–6:45 AM
Early Morning
Ken
5:30–6:30 AM
Early Morning
Ken
5:30–6:45AM
Early Morning
Ken
5:30–6:30 AM
Early Morning
Ken
8 – 9 AM
Hatha
Donna
8 – 9 AM
Hatha
Donna
7 – 8:30 AM
Intermediate
Ken
9:30–10:45 AM
Hatha Flow
Jennifer
9:30–11 AM
Hatha
Ken
9:30-10:45 AM
Hatha
Ken
9:30–11 AM
Hatha
Ken
9:30-10:45 AM
Hatha
Ken
9:30–11 AM
Hatha
Ken
9 – 10:15AM
Community
Yoga 
Class Benefiting
HAWC
Ken
11:15-12:30
Mindfulness
Ken
11:00-12:15AM
Hatha Beginners
Anna
1:00–2:15 PM
Gentle
Donna
1:00–2:15 PM
Gentle
Donna
4:00-5:15 PM
Hatha
Anna
4:00-5:15 PM
Hatha
Ken
4:00-5:15 PM
Hatha
Donna
4:00-5:15 PM
Hatha
Ken
4:00-5:15 PM
Hatha
Donna
4:00-5:15 PM
Hatha
Kelley Rae
6:00-7:15 PM
Yin
Ken & Karen
5:30–6:45 PM
Hatha
Ken
5:30–6:45 PM
Hatha
Donna
5:30–6:45 PM
Hatha
Ken
5:30–6:45PM
Hatha
Anna
5:30–6:45PM
Hatha
Kelley Rae
7:30–8:45 PM
Hatha
Ken
7:00-8:15PM
Restorative
Wyndee
7:30–8:45 PM
Hatha
Ken
7-8:15PM
Yin
Ken
Yoga classes are safe, slow and user friendly. No gimmicks. No shortcuts. You’ll be taught to engage your body in a client centered way that nourishes while building strength and flexibility, all finishing with a long deep savasana. (relaxation)

POINTS TO REMEMBER:

–  Wear loose clothing and try not to eat 2 hours before class, or have a light snack.
–  Bring your own mat; if you don’t have one, then borrow one of ours.
–  Arrive early as classes start on time.
–  For people attending the first time, we suggest arriving 20 minutes early to discuss with the teacher any concerns you may have.

 Suitable for Beginners.

See Class Offerings Page for More Details.

May 2019 Monthly Update

You will explore and delve deeply into yoga and yourself.

"The YTT program simultaneously fills me with fear and overwhelms me with inner joy. I once read a Fred Alan Wolf quote that sums it up nicely: “Asking yourself deeper questions opens up new ways of being in the world. It brings in a breath of fresh air. 

It makes life more joyful. The real trick to life is not to be in the know, but to be in the mystery." Being in the mystery is scary because mysteries are uncertainties, and it feels like the yamas and niyamas open up new ways of being in the world at an overwhelming pace. But exploring those new ways of being is exciting, it makes me feel alive, and it’s worth facing the fears they incite because of the confidence and and joy that come from knowing you’re strong enough to sit down to have tea with a dragon.
 
I will do my best to embrace my powerfully flawed and wonderfully authentic self.  And I’ll do that by accepting the challenges that sharpen the edges and make the world expand. ~ Kelley Rae Unger, student and now teacher.