Whether you are just starting to explore yoga or are a long-term practitioner; come to the yoga room in perfect health or have injuries or illness; yoga has the potential to truly transform. The word yoga means, literally, “to yoke” — to integrate mind, body, and spirit through movement and breath.
We believe that no one yoga style or sequence is perfect for everyone since we each begin our practice with different bodies, needs, and ways of learning. Therefore, we offer a range of styles and levels so you can choose the class that best fits your needs. You can focus on a single style or create a practice made of different approaches.
Studying yoga is not the end goal. Rather, yoga is a tool to gain awareness about our bodies and minds in a safe and nurturing manner. At Nandi, we seek to give you a solid understanding of yoga fundamentals and core principles, as well as proper body alignment, so you can continue to practice for a long time to come.
We offer classes every week in Flow, Iyengar, and Yin/Restorative traditions, as well as children’s classes. Each style offers a different approach and has unique characteristics; however, these styles share the same origin, with influences from the major schools of yoga, and have many common traits.
Our classes are taught by level of experience and ability. Basics and beginner classes are designed for novices to yoga and we advise anyone just starting out to attend these classes first. Level I classes are suitable for students with limited yoga experience with a focus on the fundamentals; Level I/II classes are geared towards confident beginners and intermediate students and incorporate more challenging poses; and Level II/III classes are for advanced students who have been practicing consistently for more than one year and are on their way to developing personal practices. Master classes are for yoga teachers or students who have over five years of experience and focus on the most challenging asanas and transitions. Finally, Open classes are suitable for all levels of practitioners; beginners are welcome but there will be limited instruction on the basics of each pose. If you are unsure of which level or class is right for you, please come by and talk with us or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Finally, most of our classes are taught in groups; we can learn a lot from each other. In addition, we offer private classes and periodic workshops for beginner, mid-level and advanced students.