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What Is & Why Attend a Yoga Lab or Yoga Lab Series?


Each lab is one month long and includes a 3 Hour experiential lab with hands on assists and individual focus on postures, transitions and alignment. Due to the special and detailed nature of the lab, we will only be accepting 10 people per lab. Expect this to be a workshop style, non-traditional class setting including, meditation, lecture, doing and observing to see all the different bodies and how that plays a role in how we move and condition our own unique bodies. Each of the additional weeks include either a phone/skype/in person coaching following up with what each person worked on and if the changes are building strength and confidence. Based on the check-in, the remaining coaching sessions will be designed according to the progression you are noticing in your practice and body. Everyone’s will be different depending on their personal reason for attending and personal level of practice (physical or mental).


You can choose to attend a single lab or the entire series of labs. These labs have been designed to work the progression of postures based on strength and where you’re at in your own personal practice and welcome to all levels. We will explain the importance of having a grounded and strong base in order to advance postures, should you choose to. Many of us have been practicing for years and are set in a habit of movement that isn’t necessarily helping us, but setting us back. The goal of these labs is to build new healthy movement and breath habits to get mentally and physically stronger in the safest way possible!


Specific Topics To Be Covered In Our Yoga Labs:


  • Chaturanga & transitions (baby cobra, cobra, up dog, down dog, puppy)

  • Warriors, lunges, triangle, chair (low, twists)

  • Core (floor work, abs, back, gentle back bends to strengthen)

  • Shoulders, hips & back bends (explaining the spine and the role hips and shoulders play in back bending)

  • Crow, tripod, special request inversions (additional transitions to and from these postures)


Additional Details To Be Explained:

  • Muscle groups responsible for each posture

  • Importance of organic alignment vs. esthetic alignment

  • How to increase strength and/or flexibility specific to each participant and each posture/transition

  • Variations and why they are important

  • Use of props for postures and transitions

  • Injuries (if any, how to work with them, rather then against)

  • Specific adjustments for each body present



Carrie Treister, CYT | E-RYT 200 | YACEP

2019 Dates: 

Coming Soon!

***Each lab will have an assistant to provide additional help and take detailed notes on each participants part of the lab, that will later be emailed to the participant. If currently an RYT, you will receive 4 CEU's.

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