Oct
9
to Nov 17

CPY40: Your Personal Revolution Program

CPY 40 motivates and empowers you to commit to your yoga practice in a deeper way. You are going to feel amazing. You are going to go deeper into your practice and feel great! Each week you will participate in 5 studio classes at either CPY location or a home practice (we'll help you here). We will have weekly calls and opportunities throughout the week to meditate together, connect and keep you on track. We will explore healthy eating as a fuel for a powerful life. Price includes unlimited yoga for 40 days. Existing passes will be frozen during the program.

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Nov
3
to Nov 5

Assistant Training Program

Open to Students and Teachers of ALL levels!

Power Yoga Assistants don’t correct or adjust, they make the connection between the intention of the teacher and the experience of the student. They guide students to a deeper level of their yoga. They connect teacher to student, student to practice.

Join us for a hands-on, interactive workshop for powerful assisting. We will discuss the alignment of the CPY Sequence and the powerful assists that can uplift a person’s practice. You will learn to give safe, effective assists and will grow your own practice to a deeper level. Take these techniques into your practice, your teaching or become one of CPY’s POWERFUL assistants*! (*side effects include a feeling of euphoria and access to free yoga)

No prior teaching or assisting experience required. Open to anyone with a consistent power yoga practice.

$150 for the weekend. (*CPY Karma Junkies are eligible for a discount for this program. Please be in touch for details)

  • You'll get lunch breaks as well as a couple of shorter breaks
  • We suggest bringing snacks and you can also bring your lunch if you like.
  • We will be practicing each day so bring your yoga gear and an extra set of yoga clothing.
  • Bring a journal and a pen.
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Oct
7
1:00pm 1:00pm

Beneath the Asana

Join Charleston's girls of power, grace, and sweat for a deep dive beneath the asana into a transformative experience of body, mind, and soul.

Your journey begins with the physical release of Sarah's signature class "The Works." Come ready to do the work that works and sweat. Next, Bethany and Sarah will share their personal stories from tears to triumph in the aftermath of tragedy. Here, you will be guided through a specific set of journaling exercises designed to uncover any limiting beliefs that keep you from living the best life possible. To bring it full circle, Bethnay will lead a candlelit yin class complete with healing sound bath and hands-on assists. During the end of your journey, you will process, digest, and absorb the new wisdom you excavated from the deepest, most beautiful parts of your soul.

$35

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Sep
15
to Sep 17

From the Inside Out: A Weekend with Alexandria Crow

Spend a weekend learning about the practice of yoga by looking at the inner workings of yogic philosophy, the body, and the mind so that the practice becomes personal, effective and wise. The practice of yoga is an individual journey that is mostly taught in group format these days. In order to work within the current context with wisdom students must look deeply at their body and mind as it relates to each and every class and all with the philosophy of yoga as a practice at the root. We will begin with learning what a yoga practice is all about from a philosophical standpoint, we will discuss why we're doing asana and what it aims to teach us. We will then look at the nervous system and the deeper layers of the physical body and it's structure as a means to asses what's going on both structurally and mentally. Most students are trapped to some degree in a fight or flight response and will will look at how that impacts the body and the mind as it impacts everything from range of motion to clarity of mind as well as the sensation of pain. Students will then learn from the inside out about how their personal internal structure and range of motion relates to the postures most commonly offered in classes. They will learn their own unique range of motion, how to interpret physical sensation signals, and how their mind interacts the bodily sensations which ultimately can lead to skilled choices which when refined can lead to a productive practice with less injury. Each person's skeleton, musculature, connective tissue, lifestyle and injuries cause a unique situation that once uncovered will create a wiser approach to postures offered in classes as well as how to know when a certain pose just isn't meant for you leading to a practice with tremendous depth and effectiveness.

$60 per session, or $210 for whole weekend

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Sep
10
1:00pm 1:00pm

Power 1: Foundations with Bethany

Let's face it: Yoga-related injuries suck. Join us for a deep-dive into the form and alignment of the practice. Learn how to stay safe and get the most out of your practice by brushing up on the basics.  

We will dissect poses like Plank and Low Push-Up (Chattarunga), Warriors 1 & 2, Upward Dog, Downward Dog, Chair Pose, and more favorites!

We'll end with a 30-minute flow for a chance to apply all our big discoveries.

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Aug
24
5:45pm 5:45pm

Be Moved: Africa Yoga Project Master Class

Join Catherine Njeri and Walter Mugwe for this special evening and prepare to be moved!

Walter and Catherine are returning to Charleston from Nairobi, Kenya and will be team teaching this special all-levels Master Class. Walter and Catherine have been featured in Yoga Journal and teach and lead programs throughout the world on behalf of Africa Yoga Project (AYP) and the Baptiste Institute.  

AYP delivers global wellbeing in and from Africa. Walter and Catherine practice and teach yoga with a deep conviction that the potential to change the world lives in each of us. Our bodies and minds must be connected in order to create lasting change. 

Refreshments will be provided post-class along with an opportunity to connect with your teachers and learn more about AYP

$25 (All proceeds donated to the Africa Yoga Project)

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