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  • Katonah Yoga with Mary Dana 07.23.21

    Find buoyancy in Mary Dana's newest class as she leads us through a sequence incorporating chairs and exploring ways to mediate how much we push and pull in each pose in order to find more consciousness and dimension.

  • Katonah Yoga with Jess 06.25.21

    Access your depths in Jessica's newest class as she leads us through poses that take us down into our basement. While we don't necessarily want to spend all day in our actual or proverbial "basements," it's important to go down there every once in a while to make sure everything is working proper...

  • Katonah Yoga with Abbie 60min 06.18.21

    Practice for longevity in Abbie's newest class. Each pose offers us something to explore, adjust, address, or deal with. By practicing ways of sustaining each pose, we develop our longevity.

  • Katonah Yoga with Maya 05.14.21

    Generate heat in Maya's newest class as she leads us through a stimulating asana practice. As we circle the pelvis we generate a heat that comes from deep in our organs, lighting our first fire to ignite the currency coursing through each pose.

  • Katonah Yoga with Abbie 04.30.21

    Have a lunar, solar and stellar experience in Abbie's newest class. When doing any pose, first you do the pose the way you do it, which is your lunar experience. Then you refine it based on what you've learned, what you know, which is your solar experience. The third experience is your stellar ex...

  • Katonah Yoga with Alex 04.16.21

    Stitch through yourself in Alex's newest class as she leads us through a rigorous mini sequence to loosen up our joints and become the threading self.

  • Katonah Yoga with Samara 04.02.21

    Find more height in Samara's newest class as she leads us through an invigorating Katonah Yoga sequence. We go up on fingertips so we can find more height, rather than using our hand to support our weight in a pose, so that ultimately the form lifts us up rather than pulls us down.

  • Katonah Yoga with Mary Dana 03.12.21

  • Katonah Yoga with Abbie 02.26.21

    Engage your imagination in Abbie's newest class. Instead of holding with a muscle, sustain a pose with your imagination. Articulate it, experience it, occupy space inside of it. Use the imagination to go everywhere inside yourself, accessing more and more space.

  • Katonah Yoga with Kyle Henry 02.12.21

    Mediate grace and effort in Kyle's newest class as he leads us through a ground of being practice. As you fold into a hang use your effort to shift forward and reap the grace of your effort as you shift back, playing the microcosmic orbit.

  • Katonah Yoga with Mary Dana 01.22.21

    Play in the game of time in Mary Dana's newest class. Everything happens in time. As you spin around yourself in a clockwise direction, you play the worldly spin, the game of time.

  • Katonah Yoga with Abbie 01.08.21

    Articulate your wave in Abbie's newest class as she leads us through a traditional Katonah Yoga practice. A wave is the embodiment of your arches, as currency moves through your form. Each wave articulates the personal measure of your arch, which is your nature, your character.

  • Katonah Yoga with Jessica 01.01.21

    Access the kidney energy of winter in Jessica's newest class, as she leads us through a ground of being practice. Winter time is associated with the water element, a time when we experience the depth of water, waters run deep, water freezes and becomes reflective. So have a real winter, go in, st...

  • Katonah Yoga with Samara 12.25.20

    Get deep into your hips in Samara's newest class as she leads us through an extended hang sequence. The trick with a hang pose is time, if you stay in it long enough your upper body will drop, making more and more contact with your lower body allowing you to fold deep into your hips and putting y...

  • Katonah Yoga with Kyle 12.11.20

    Embody the archetype of a triangle in Kyle's newest class. Yoga is origami for the body, it's all about folding. And just like paper origami when you set up a good first fold all other folds will be more efficient and effective.