Online Zoom Schedule
(All times are US MDT-Mountain Daylight Time)
5:30-6:45pm – Hatha Vinyasa (All levels)
7:00-8:00pm – Yoga Nidrā
9:30-10:45am – Hatha Vinyasa (All levels)
11:00am-12:00pm – Yoga Nidrā
*These classes are offered on a donation basis.
*Attend one or both for each day.
*Some foundational experience is recommended for the Hatha Vinyasa classes.
*Classes will be canceled on Saturday November 28th.
Click here to register for Wednesday December 2nd.
*Classes will be canceled on Saturday December 5th.
How to Join a Class
You will have to download/install Zoom in order to join the classes (by phone, tablet or computer). It’s free and you DON’T need to set up an account with Zoom.
Next you will click one of the links below to register. You will have to register each week for the day you choose to practice, but registration for that day will cover one or both of the back-to-back classes. Once registered you will be sent an email with a link for joining the meeting (class) along with a meeting ID and password. Please join the class at least 5 minutes before start time.
• Suggested donation $5-$20 per class. If you can’t donate, join anyway.
• Donations can be made to:
Venmo (preferred) jeremy-wolf-23
*Note: When you register, you will be automatically added to my mailing list. If you wish to cancel your subscription, you can easily unsubscribe using the link at the bottom of my newsletter.
About the Classes
Each week my back-to-back classes will share a common theme designed to explore some of the deeper teachings of yoga. The vinyasa class will be taught in the ParaYoga style of practice (more contemplative and slow-paced) inspired by my study with Rod Stryker, and will emphasize the use of pranayama, bandha, meditation and sometimes mudra and mantra. My intention will be to offer practices that speak to yoga’s capacity for healing and transformation. My yoga nidrā classes will vary from week to week, sometimes exploring pure versions of the four most well known lineages of yoga nidrā and sometimes my own fusion and custom approach to the practice.
The mantra I often open class with is the ParaYoga invocation. You can learn the mantra and it’s translation on the ParaYoga Website.