This unique online yoga class from Oregon State University is scaffolded by an introduction to and overview of the eight-limb philosophical and lifestyle approach to yoga that has influenced contemporary postural practice.
What sets this program apart from simple online videos is the interaction and direct feedback and suggestions you'll receive. All from the comfort of your home.
Online Yoga Class Overview
This ten-week expert-led yoga class focuses on:
This is a vast and exciting question! This course is meant to offer you a conventional, contemporary education of postural yoga, while also inviting deeper thought and reflection about what the term "yoga" refers to.
This class is great for beginners, and no experience is needed. We start at the beginning and build our skills, strength, and flexibility from week to week.
For this course, you will need:
If you are pregnant or have a health condition, please consult with your doctor before signing up for this course. Modifying the practices and postures is encouraged whenever needed. Some health conditions may require such significant modification to the practice that enrolling in this program may not prove fruitful or well-advised.
Kate has been dedicated to the study of the physical, philosophical, and meditative aspects of the practice for fifteen years. She has completed over 1,000 hours of training with hatha yoga teachers, as well as thousands of hours of ongoing Buddhist and yogic philosophical study.
Kate completed her Master's degree at OSU in Applied Religious Ethics with emphases on Buddhist/Yogic philosophies, psychology, and contemplative pedagogy. In 2018, she had the wonderful privilege to spend a year in solitary retreat to study and practice meditation full-time. She presently works for the School of Psychological Sciences at OSU as the Contemplative Studies Coordinator and Contemplative Studies Minor Advisor.
Kate is registered to teach yoga through Yoga Alliance at the 500 e-RYT level.