I see Vinyasa flow as a trip to creativity & transformation. All elements express themselves in asanas: stability of Earth in inversions, Air freedom in backbends, fluidity of Water in transitions and hip openers, Fire of your intention in twists... Ether - a pure, non judgmental, joyful undercurrent running through every moment.

Locations →

SFCYC – Santa Fe Community Yoga Center Address: 826 Camino de Monte Rey, Suite B1 Santa Fe, NM 87505 Phone: (505) 820-9363

Eldorado TBC

Class Description →

Mondays – SFCYC - Santa Fe Community Yoga 5:30 – 6:45pm Vinyasa Level 2-3 This is a dynamic flow with creative transitions between asanas. Every week features a new sequence which changes according to seasons. This class welcomes anyone who is interested in improving their inversions (handstands, scorpions, etc), balance and strength.

Tuesdays – SFCYC - Santa Fe Community Yoga 12 – 1pm Vinyasa Level - Open Level - Happy Hour Fun and playful class with strengthening, core and balance. All levels welcome, however this class is dynamic and is geared towards learning inversions, advanced balances and core transitions.

Tuesdays – GYM at Eldorado 3:15 – 4:15 Yoga for Strength & Flexibility

Dynamic flow class with beginner to intermediate positions and sequences designed to help you build strength, balance, coordination and flexibility.

Get ready to sweat a little, have fun and may be even feel better about yourself!

At the end of this class we rest in relaxation poses and explore different visualisations & meditation techniques. Every relaxation includes a live singing bowl bath and other sound therapy instruments.

Thursdays – GYM at Eldorado 4 – 5 Yoga, Meditation & Yoga Nidra

Gentle flow class with focus on alignment, breath and fluid transitions between standing, seated and supine positions. This is a very meditative and relaxing class, designed to improve your physical, emotional and mental states. Last 20 minutes of this class are spent in extended relaxation on the floor, where we practice different meditations and visualisations accompanied by live singing bowl bath and other sound therapy instruments

Before Yoga Class →

If you have special requirements or injuries please email Viktoria in advance. Our Yoga Classes are NOT a substitute for medical treatment. et the teacher know if you are pregnant. The decision to practice yoga during the first trimester is an individual matter. However Dynamic Vinyasa Yoga is not advisable if you are experiencing any discomfort or morning sickness. If you are relatively new to Yoga, you should enroll in a gentle prenatal yoga class instead. Also it is advisable to avoid Dynamic Vinyasa for 12 weeks after the birth. Drink plenty of water. Avoid heavy meals or try not to eat up to 2 hours before the class. Go to the bathroom before the start. Wear light and comfortable clothes (for easy movement). Something that will not get caught in twists or inversions. Classes are practiced barefoot on yoga mats. You can bring your own mat or borrow one in the class (ask if there are any mats available when you are booking a class). Leave your mobile phone off during class.

During and After Yoga Class →

Yoga classes are not a substitute for medical treatment in any way. Take responsibility for your actions. Don’t do anything that makes you feel uncomfortable. Listen to teacher’s instructions carefully. Ask if you have questions. Listen to your body and know your limitations. Don’t be concerned with what you or other students can or cannot do, everybody is different. If you have to leave early try not to disturb other students and leave before the final relaxation (10 minutes before the end of the class). Remember to drink plenty of water after the class

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Monday

12 :10 - 12:50 NMMA yoga

5:30 – 6:45 Vinyasa Level 3 – SFCYC

Tuesday

12:00 – 1:00 $8 Yoga Hour – SFCYC

4 - 5 Yoga for strength and flexibility – TBC

Wednesday

12 :10 - 12:50 NMMA yoga

4 – 5 Yoga, Meditation and Yoga Nidra – TBC


Thursday - Saturday

Art & More Art!

Working on commissions & my graphic novel