observed as yoga holidays or days to enjoy rest
Traditionally Ashtanga yoga is not taught on days when there is a full or a new moon, as the potential for injury is greater. We observe moon days as days of restoration; we are either closed or offer a supplemental yoga class (description at bottom of this page). Below lists our moon day closures and supplemental yoga class offerings.
Saturday 5th ● new moon, Supplemental Yoga @ 8:00am
Monday 21st ○ full moon
Monday 4th ● new moon, Supplemental Yoga @ 6:00am
Tuesday 19th ○ full moon
Wednesday 6th ● new moon
Thursday 21st ○ full moon, Supplemental Yoga @ 5:30pm
Friday 5th ● new moon, Supplemental Yoga @ 7:00am
Friday 19th ○ full moon
Saturday 4th ● new moon
Saturday 18th ○ full moon, Supplemental Yoga @ 8:00am
Monday 3rd ● new moon, Supplemental Yoga @ 6:00am
Monday 17th ○ full moon
Tuesday 2nd ● new moon
Tuesday 16th ○ full moon
Wednesday 31st ● new moon, Supplemental Yoga @ 7:30am
Thursday 15th ○ full moon, Supplemental Yoga @ 5:30pm
Friday 30th ● new moon
Saturday 14th ○ full moon, Supplemental Yoga @ 8:00am
Saturday 28th ● new moon
Sunday 13th ○ full moon
Monday 28th ● new moon, Supplemental Yoga @ 6:00am
Tuesday 12th ○ full moon, Supplemental Yoga @ 5:30pm
Tuesday 26th ● new moon
Thursday 12th ○ full moon, Supplemental Yoga @ 5:30pm
Thursday 26th ● new moon
supplemental yoga class
This 60-minute passive stretching yoga class is the perfect supplement to an active practice. It is designed to help release tight connective tissue safely and slowly. Suitable for everyone.
WHY A SUPPLEMENTAL PRACTICE?
The Ashtanga practice is a dynamic form of yoga designed to generate heat. Heat helps to stretch and strengthen muscles and bones; it detoxifies organs and blood. Although there are many health benefits, to create balance it can be very effective to supplement our active practice with a slower, more passive kind of yoga which helps release tight connective tissue. Connective tissue surrounds and supports our muscles and all of the tissues of the body, it needs to be stretched carefully and slowly. If connective tissue becomes hardened it can restrict your flexibility, which may be keeping you from progressing in practice or putting you at risk for injury.