Upcoming Master Class: Intro to Ayurveda with Tiffany Huard

  • Upcoming Master Classes at The Studio (Each: $10/Members, $25/Non-members)


Master classes are an invaluable way to grow and enrich an existing yoga practice. The teacher will demonstrate, breakdown and workshop designated postures and sequences—including alignment, benefits, and contraindications. This allows each practitioner to go into chosen postures with more depth and instructional detail than in a regular class. Master classes tend to focus on subtle, finer points within a pose, and can change one’s entire practice with a single A-ha moment.


Master Classes are held at our Downtown location.

Upcoming Master Classes:

  • Saturday, November 12th 12-2pm: Introduction to Ayurveda with Tiffany Huard

balasanabw-ayurveda7What is Ayurveda?

Ayurveda is an ancient holistic system of wellness centered upon the harmony between your mind, body and soul. It is this equilateral relationship that supports your health, vitality and longevity. Ayurveda is both a healing medical science and an art of daily living. It provides tools and concepts to help you work intelligently with your body and mind as you move through the seasons (of life and earth).

What to expect?

In this workshop we will focus on the relationship between Ayurveda and yoga asanas (postures) to cultivate a deeper sense of balance within body and mind. We will begin with a discussion of some of the foundational principles of Ayurveda, including the elements and how they manifest both within our bodies and our environment. Discover your dosha (individual constitution) and how that provides direct insight into your lifestyle. We will explore the autumn/early winter seasonal propensities to feeling ungrounded, anxious and scattered in mind. Together we will flow through a yoga practice crafted for the season and personally optimized to best serve you. You will leave with practical tools to integrate into your yoga sadhana and lifestyle.

Sign up for ‘Intro to Ayurveda’ with Tiffany



meg-folds-pranayama-master-classThe days leading up to the Winter Solstice are some of the most profound days to turn within and explore with earnestness the depth and purpose of our relationship to ourselves through practice. It is a time often honored with austerity, meditation and self-study. It also happens to be one of the busiest times of the year as we gear up for the activity and energy of the holidays.

This special 2-hour Master Class is an opportunity to plug into the heart of our impulse for connection during this sacred time of year. We will explore the thread of our individual connection to breath, to stillness and grounding as it weaves its way from our own center out into our families and into and beyond our communities. This class will use the introspective nature of forward folds to help us still our minds enough to explore a variety of pranayama techniques. By pulsing back and forth between postures and stillness and breath and stillness – we will journey to the steady and abiding center of who we are so that that part of us can lead the way during the busy days ahead.

Sign up for ‘Forward Folds & Pranayama’ with Meg



Rebecca will walk you through the use of props, strategic engagement and breath to help you learn to lift yourself off the ground and work mindfully into these confidence-building (and fun!) poses. Essential components of arm balances include: core awareness, open hips and proper hand placement.

This 2-hour Master Class will look carefully at each. The arm balance line-up is big! You will learn the tricks to lift into bakasana (crow), astavakrasana (eight angle pose), galavanasana (flying pigeon) and maksikanagasana (dragonfly) with opportunity to expand into even more for those who are experienced balancing on their hands.




Past Master Classes at The Studio:


Jess handstand w borderBuild a solid foundation from the ground up and feel confident upside-down. By bringing awareness to the hands, stabilizing the shoulder girdle and waking up the deep core muscles, Jess will help you develop the physical and mental strength it takes to bring your toes over head in this playful two-hour workshop. We will also face the fear of falling by learning and practicing what to do when things go awry…upside down. Handstand. It’s not the goal; it’s the journey to the goal.


  • Saturday, October 8th 12-2pm: Transitions with Cass Hanson

Longevity in your practice.

transitions-master-class-with-cassHands. Feet. Hips. Core. Intelligently using these body parts to transition in and out of poses with grace and fluidity with the intention on keeping your practice safe and strong, for life. In this workshop we will focus on each of these parts to connect to both simple and difficult transitions. We will practice, and as we move through them, come closer to a practice that cannot be stopped – one that keeps flowing and moving. The more easeful the simple movements become, the more easeful the difficult movements become.

Specifically, we will work on:

  • Hands – where and how they should be placed and the amount of weight that should be put into them during different poses.
  • Feet – how to use them to move from one pose to the other and have them guide and inform you rather than getting tripped up along the way.
  • Hips – becoming aware of hip orientation and engagement – where your hips go, you go.
  • Core – learning to integrate deeply into the core for smoother transitions including jumping and floating.

In this workshop we will start simple with a sun salutation refresh and practice flowing both up and down, to and from standing poses. We will practice jumping and moving forward and backward on the mat. We will take a look on the advanced transitions, progressing in and out of arm balances with power and grace.

This is an all-levels workshop, intended to help all practitioners gain grace and safety in their practice. Cass’ hope is that students leave this workshop more prepared and excited for their vinyasa yoga practice.