TIAS LITTLE ONLINE - In this class we stretch and strengthen the many muscular attachments above, below, and around your hip joints and greater trochanters.
TIAS & SURYA LITTLE ONLINE - Co-Hosted with YTA - In this class we practice postural movements to make the lungs more responsive and expandable. Learn how to safely open your lungs through pranayama, SATYA, supported asana, and physio-ball release work.
TIAS LITTLE & JANET CURRY - Join guest teacher Janet Curry for an orientation session for the upcoming event, Prajna Yoga's Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction. This event will begin with Tias introducing Janet, and will include information about the format, logistics, and content for the upcoming MBSR course.
TIAS & SURYA LITTLE ONLINE - Co-Hosted with YOGACAMPUS - In these two classes we use SATYA to create opening via free flowing movements. We also practice supported yoga postures to slowly, but steadily release fascia to help open the circulatory and lymphatic channels.
PRAJNA ONLINE - Join Special Guest Teacher JANET CURRY for this unique & transformative Mindfulness training! MBSR brings ancient wisdom and modern scientific understanding of how we can meet the difficulties arising, without and within, in ways that foster our own capacities for sanity, clarity, and joyful freedom.
TIAS & SURYA LITTLE ONLINE - In this course we utilize postures, pranayama, meditation and dietary regulation to support the health of the internal organs.
TIAS & SURYA LITTLE ONLINE - Since the earliest teachings on yoga, the body-mind is described as having five coverings or casings, called koshas. In this course we study the anatomical and energetic attributes of each sheath.
TIAS & SURYA LITTLE ONLINE - This training lays out the essentials for how to sequence the SATYA movements and how to combine them with asana.
TIAS & SURYA LITTLE ONLINE - Co-Hosted with YOGACAMPUS - In this immersion we practice the dynamic alignment and function of the body’s diaphragms, beginning with the plantar surface of the feet, up through the knees, pelvic floor, trunk, and cranium.