- Drop in Rate
- Class Cards of 10
- Class Cards of 6
- Private Sessions
At the Center
- Private Sessions
Outside the Center
- Gentle Flow
Wednesday nights @TEMPLA WELLNESS, 6:30-8pm This is a beginner class where poses flow from one to another in conjunction with the breath. Students are taught the basics of yoga: grounding, breath, focus of the mind, and the exploration of the opening of the body.
- Guided Ahstanga Vinyasa
Monday nights @TEMPLA WELLNESS, 6:30-8pm;
Tuesday mornings @STEPS DANCE STUDIO, 10-11am;
Tuesday nights @TEMPLA WELLNESS, 6:30-8:30pm;
Thursday nights @STEPS DANCE STUDIO, 6-7pm;
A guided class that teach beginners the Ashtanga Vinyasa Primary Sequence also known as “Yoga Chikitsa.” This was taught by Sri K. Pattabhi Jois and continues to be taught by his grandson R. Sharath in Mysore, India. At ECHOYoga we are grateful and honored to have the privilege to study and teach this method. We dedicate our teaching to this lineage.
- Echoyoga's Pop-Up Mysore
ECHOyoga calls POP-UP MYSORE SESSIONS once in a while to draw in the local community of Ashtanga Vinyasa practitioners to come together. This is normally on a Saturday morning from 8-10 am. Beginners who come to our ECHOyoga classes are welcome to join once they know part of the Primary sequence, and can go at their own pace. Everyone practices together according to their ability and experience, allowing the practice itself to be the true teacher. POP-UP MYSORE SESSIONS schedule dissemination is done through ECHOyoga Workshop’s Facebook page, other social networking sites and through our email blasts.
- Seva (Service) Sessions
In Yoga philosophy, the virtue of generosity as a yogic responsibility reminds us that all beings live from the donations of others, as the world family, and that we are all connected. The action of giving back is a sincere sharing of wealth (money, talents, service) acquired by right means, and it is counted among the ten niyamas (the code of conduct) on the Yoga path.
Service (seva in Sanskrit) is something necessary for continued development on the Yoga path. Community is nurtured through voluntary gatherings for service together where teachers and students can connect with each other while at the same time do something that makes the world a better place. Teachers offer their services for free.