COME PLAY! Affirming, adaptive classical yogasana classes on zoom with counterculture philosophy, pranayama, and functional anatomy woven in.
I’m here for you, and so is your yoga practice.
Refresh your vitality!
- Get strong and decompress.
- Work with your body, not against it!
- Affirming, inclusive Iyengar Yoga.
- Equity pricing + 10% net to grassroots justice organizing
TRY YOUR FIRST CLASS FREE
Join us for a fun, alignment-based asana class that incorporates meditation, chanting, breath awareness, and philosophy! And of course, the sacred practice of savasana.
Embodiment rooted in functional anatomy + somatic awareness provide empowering integration for our bodies, nervous systems, minds, and hearts.
Burn away the mental fog, refresh your body, clear away tension and nourish your sense of inner peace.
We support AND uplift each other when we practice together!
Nourish your adaptability, clarity, and joy.
Each class sequence is unique, well balanced, adaptive, and educational.
Classes rotate focus each week, through a cycle of 5 main sthitis, or types of asanas:
- Standing poses
- Forward bends and twists
- Shoulders, arms, core strength
- Restorative, inversions, breath
Yoga props allow you to experience new depths of access, alignment, safety, and progressive challenge!
Useful to have:
- a yoga mat
- a wall (or door)
- a chair (folding chair is ideal, but any sturdy chair will do)
- a belt (or scarf)
- 2 blocks
- a few blankets (or large towels or throw pillows)
- a bolster (or couch cushions or stack of firm blankets)
If you don’t have props, you can adapt: make it work with what you have, use common household items, or do without props.
When you sign up for class, you’ll see an instant zoom link to join the session. Perfect for last minute sign ups!
You’ll also get a follow up email, and a reminder email 45 minutes before class. Click to add classes to your calendar.
You can choose to leave your camera on or off.
It’s helpful for me to see your poses, so I can offer corrections and instructions specific to you, but the most important thing is that you can relax, drop in, and feel what’s happening inside your body.
Questions during class are welcome!
Modifications are given as needed. The chat is open for check ins and requests throughout.
All offered is optional; adapt as needed!
If you need to arrive late or leave early, no problem, though attending the whole class is most beneficial. If you come late, please mute yourself upon entry. If you need to leave early, don’t skip savasana!
Replays for any zoom class you sign up for are included for one week. Click and play in the On Demand Library.
Sliding scale allows you to pick your payment amount in the spirit of equity, accessibility, generosity, and redistribution, while simultaneously inviting your conscious investment in a yoga + wellness culture that pays committed teachers a living wage, and supports this small queer business to operate sustainably.
If you can pay more, you’ll help cover the cost for someone else who needs to pay less. The main thing is, come to yoga!
Type in your price at check out.
$5 – 15 River
For low income folks, especially BIPOC, queer trans folks, those with chronic conditions, and/or single parents.
$15- 20 Lake
Actual price to cover you.
$21- 30 or more Ocean
Supportive rate covers you, and someone else in need, in the spirit of resource redistribution, reparations, and community care.
$5 may still be cost prohibitive, especially for those living outside the US, because of disparities in global economies due to colonization. If you are in this situation, email me via the contact form on my website, and let’s work it out so you can come for free, or at a rate you can easily afford.
Grateful for you!
See you there, friends!
10% of net class proceeds donated to Mutual Aid in Albuquerque, India, and for Indigenous communities in the Southwest and grassroots racial justice organizing. Currently supporting Honor Native Land Tax.
“Avery’s yoga instruction provides an incredibly vital space for deep rest, rejuvenation, grounding, and reconnection with body. As someone living within a non-binary experience, and at times dysphoria, Avery’s yoga practice is always a helpful kind guidance back to self.”
Mel Baron-Deutsch (they, them)