Avalon News (Friday 1 August 2014)
Aganad, Avalon's Co-Director and Head of Physical Training in
Avalon's Teacher Training Program (click here on the Program), warming up in our new
Grad Studio/Lab. You don't
need an advanced practice to enroll in Avalon's university-level
Program, whose students include globally known researchers and medical
workers as well as aspiring & experienced yoga teachers. But it is great to study with world-class yogis like Brian who can do anything - and who have scientific credentials as well.
Below: Avalon's Outgoing Teacher Training Class Salutes You!
Close-Knit, Super Accomplished, and Key to Yoga's Future
At Avalon All 'Community
Are 100% Free - No Strings Attached!
Community, from the Latin communis,
"Common, public, general, shared by all"
Sharing with the entire community is central
to Avalon's values. We take the progressive humanistic goals of yoga
In line with those values, each week throughout the year we offer a wide
range of Free
Classes to Cancer Patients and their
(two special classes each week), to Seniors
and anyone recovering
from injuries, to Kids age 7+,
to Teenagers, and to the General Public
- with no strings attached.
Our weekly free classes often draw 20+
students, and they keep growing in size and getting better month
Click here or on the thumbnail on the right for full information.
Sign up for our Avalon
Newsletter! (Many in the Avalon community are not
currently receiving the Newsletter due to changes in their old email
addresses are kept private: we never
share them with anyone else, for
any reason, and use them ourselves sparingly.
After the last class
7:45 pm, we're always happy to keep Avalon's doors open on Saturday
for free yoga practice, informal socializing, or anything else creative
that anyone wants to
until the last person leaves.
have a long series of FREE community events planned in that slot in
2014. When we don't have an event scheduled, we are always
ready to donate our space for any event in that slot that reflects the
humanistic, and artistic values of the Studio.
Do you have a creative idea
about how to use Avalon on Saturday nights?
If you do, stop by and talk to us at the desk, or write us here.
are the marks of a Yoga Hut as described by the Masters of Hatha
[Yoga]: a small door, no windows, no rat holes; not too high, too low,
or too long; well plastered with cow dung, clean, and bug free.... The Hathapradipika, ca. 1450 C.E.
The religion most appropriate to yoga is modern science. Anonymous.