Essentials for Intermediate Practice


Who Can Attend

  • This is suitable for experienced beginners to intermediate practitioners. You will learn to understand the basics of an intermediate practice.
  • At least two previous years of a regular asana and breathing practice is required.


  • Take your practice to the next level with step-by-step instructions to learn challenging postures and variations.
  • The emphasis will be on experiencing asanas at your own level of practice.

Workshop Specifics

  • There is nothing wrong with staying in the basics class for as long as it nourishes you. Whether you take a basic class or an intermediate class, you still benefit – whether it’s from a new perspective, a safety cue, a new posture, a creative transition, or a meditation technique.
  • You begin to see that yoga isn’t just about postures. There is much more to glean from the practice, and much you can use in your life outside the yoga room.
  • You learn to listen, mindfully, thus integrating the instructions of the teacher for each posture and transition, in order to fully experience the practice.

Please note that Bakasana (Crane), Ustrasana (Camel), Paripurna Navasana (Boat), Krounchasana (Heron), Marichyasana (Sage Marichi), Pincha Mayurasana (Feathered peacock), Adhomukha Vrksasana (Handstand), Sarvangasana (Shoulder stand) and Urdhva Dhanurasana (Full wheel) are a part of this workshop.