Yoga and Nutrition with Melanie Green in Berkeley, CA Ashtanga, Prenatal, Postnatal
special event

Melanie will be teaching as usual on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday January 15, 2018

Mind and Body Reset: January 21 - February 11, 2018

This is the time of the year that we often set intentions for how we want to treat our bodies, reconnect with ourselves, interact with others, and make room for what is to come. Later this month I will be participating in and leading a New Year Reset for the Body and Mind. This reset will involve daily yoga practice, journaling, healthy eating, and meditation in order to take care of our life force so that we have more ease in the body and mind. The reset will last 21 days and will begin on January 21 and end on February 11.

Beginning Ashtanga Workshop

Twelve Tuesday mornings: January 9 through March 27, 2018

The Beginning Ashtanga Spring Series is for continuing students of all levels. The class will allow time for deepening the foundation of the Primary Series of Ashtanga. Students will be encouraged to practice outside of class in order to deepen the work they do in class with Melanie. This will also help students create a stronger connection to the practice. This series will give students the chance to better understand and experience the pacing of Ashtanga Yoga, a vigourous flow style of yoga linking breath with movement. Each class will include a seated meditation, yoga philosophy, and hands on attention. We will build on previous experience to create a cohesive and holistic experience for each student.

Advanced Ashtanga Workshop

Nine Friday mornings Nine Friday mornings: January 5 through March 23, 2018 (no class on Jan. 12, Feb. 9, Feb. 23)

In the Advanced Ashtanga Series, intermediate students will study together to learn the second half of the Primary Series of Ashtanga. The class will focus most of its energy on helping students become familiar and comfortable with the more advanced postures in the second half of the Primary Series. Students will also be encouraged to practice outside of class in order to deepen the work they do in class. Students will become more familiar with the pace of the class, as well as the finishing postures. Ashtanga Yoga is a vigourous flow style of yoga, linking breath with movement. Each class will include a seated meditation, yoga philosophy, and hands on attention. We will build on previous experience to create a cohesive and holistic experience for each student.