A practice to begin your year

10:00 AM - 12:30 PM PST

(yes, 2 1/2 hours)

Don't worry, it's not two and a half hours of holding poses. There's a little more time spent in the asana practice than a normal class, but just a little. The extra time is spent mostly in the more subtle aspects of the practice.

  • Opening meditation
  • Intention setting
  • Cascading aums
  • Asana practice
  • Pranayama practice
  • Closing meditation
  • Long savasana

Available to yogis of all levels of experience. Should be familiar with surya namaskar A&B and other basic asana.

An especially designed practice

Sean has been teaching and developing the New Year's Day practice every New Year for the last 12 years, and this time around it is probably the most needed.

Start the year off with focus, purpose, connection to Self, and the breath!

Let's get on the mat this January 1st, you'll be so happy you did.

Create Space

Using the body as a tool for creating space in your life for the change you want to see.

Go Within

Turn your awareness inward to make sure you internal world matches what you want with your external reality.

Into The World

Step off the and mat and take the tools you gather into the world with a new sense of direction, purpose, and inspiration!

Start the year off with a breath of inspiration

A practice not to miss

This class is BY FAR my favorite class to teach, and has been since I started teaching yoga. To me, it's what the yoga practice is all about - change with awareness.

We take the old practice of "making a New Year's resolution" and give it true power through the embodiment of our intention.

With every inhale & exhale there is purpose behind it, and with the use of asana we can literally experience the change occurring within us as we move and breathe.

Anything is possible with practice, intention, commitment, patience, and love. Join me, and I'll show you.

We shall persevere!