This South Park Slope community studio is hosting two four-week beginner workshops—one with Leslie Graves and the other with Alison Dorfman—that will teach the basics of alignment-based vinyasa, classical yoga philosophy, how to use props, and more. You can sign-up for the whole series or drop-in for one serving.
Saturdays from January 5–26, 2:15-3:30 p.m., or Sundays from January 6–27, 12:15-1:30 p.m., $60 for series, $17 for single, www.jayayogacenter.com
Alison West’s careful, alignment-based approach to yoga is perfect for beginners, and this three-part series at her Flatiron studio will be a recurring workshop throughout the year. “We do strong foundational ABCs to help everyone practice safely in any form,” West says. The series will be taught by instructor and Yoga City founder Brette Popper in January and Kaitlyn Hipple in February.
January 5, 12, and 26 OR February 2, 9, and 16, 3:00–4:30 p.m., $50 ($35 if you miss the first session), www.yogaunion.com
Rockstar instructor Marisa Sako trained with alignment gurus like Alison West, Leslie Kaminoff, and Kula Yoga-founder Schuyler Grant. She’ll introduce you to Kula’s intelligent brand of athletic vinyasa that’s known for its focus on fundamentals and attention to alignment. Each week covers particular poses, starting with sun salutations and standing poses and ending with inversions and forward bending.
Saturdays from January 12–February 2, 2:00-3:30 p.m., $85 ($100 day-of), www.kulayoga.com
Marisa Sako is also teaching a one-off workshop for newbies at this fave Park Slope yoga studio, where she’ll break down fundamentals like basic asanas, breathing, and sequencing. The workshop will set you up for success in Bend & Bloom’s regularly scheduled Basics classes.
January 13, 5:00–7:30 p.m., $30, www.bendandbloom.com
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