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Sample Schedule for 8 weekends

5:30 pm Yoga Practice
7:00 - 7:30 pm Q and A

9 am Yoga Practice
10:30 am assist in a beginners Ashtanga class
11:30 am - 12:30 pm break
12:30 pm - 4 pm Training Circle

8:30 am open practice with fellow trainers
10:30 am assist in Modified Ashtanga class
11:30 am - 1 pm break and journal
1 pm - 4 pm Training Circle

Often people walk into It’s Yoga with worry, stress and tiredness written all over their faces but when they leave, they show the effects of Ashtanga Yoga: they feel better and look better, lighter, freer, more relaxed and energized. This is why to me, teaching Ashtanga Yoga is a kind of self-realization; every time I lead class I, as a teacher, grow and express the insights of my own yoga. I see people take in the practice from various angles and develop, change and transcend their limitations, realize their possibilities.

In Memoriam: Larry Schultz, YogaDragonden (1950-2011)