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- <td width="79">&nbsp;</td>
- <td width="581"><a href="index.html"><img src="images/edge_yoga_logo.gif" width="156" height="101" border="0" /></a></td>
- <td width="331"><font color="#FFFFFF">2440 Wilson Blvd. <img src="images/bullet.gif" width="5" height="10" /> #201 Arlington, VA 22201<br />
- (703)243-8866 <img src="images/bullet.gif" width="5" height="10" /> <a href="mailto:information@edgeyoga.com"><font color="#e9ba66">information@edgeyoga.com</font></a></font></td>
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- <td><p class="titlered1"><b>&quot;Drop-ins&quot; are welcomed &amp; encouraged at all of our classes!!!</b></p>
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-&nbsp;<p>&nbsp;</p>
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- <p align="center">
- <span class="callouttext">Click on the above photo
- for a virtual tour of our studio!</span></p>
- <p>
- <span class="callouttext"><b>The various Disciplines or Styles of yoga we incorporate into our teaching at Edge Yoga primarily include: </b> </span>
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- <p class="callouttext">(1) Sri Swami Satchidananda described Integral Yoga as: &quot;...a flexible combination of specific methods to develop every aspect of the individual: physical, intellectual, and spiritual. It is a scientific system which integrates the various branches of Yoga in order to bring about a complete and harmonious development of the individual.&quot;</p>
- <p class="callouttext">(2) Vinyasa, or the flow of breath with movement is a vigorous style that focuses on strength and grace trough control. Flow yoga stems from Ashtanga Yoga, which means 'eight-limbed'. Vinyasa classes are a series of flowing postures linked by the breath to detoxify, strengthen the body, &amp; nurture life force.</p>
- <p align="center" class="callouttext"><span class="titlered1">Edge Yoga</span><b><br />
- 2440 Wilson Blvd. # 201<br />
- Arlington, VA 22201 <a href="mailto:information@edgeyoga.com">information@edgeyoga.com</a></b></p></td>
- </tr>
- </table> <p><b>At Edge Yoga we do not require our students to sign up for class sessions at a particular time or with a single teacher.</b> We encourage students to drop in to any class that is appropriate to their hatha yoga experience &amp; physical capability.</p>
- <p>How to understand the levels described in our class schedule</p>
- <p><i>(the descriptions appear in the order of general difficulty &amp; represents a standard progression)</i></p>
- <p><span class="titleblue2">Yoga I</span><br />
- <b>Our level one classes are appropriate for most ages, body types, &amp; experience levels.</b>
- In our level one classes our instruction focuses on body
- alignment &amp; development of strength and body awareness
- within each student. These classes can be moderately challenging
- even for an advanced practitioner.</p>
- <p><span class="titlered2">Mixed Level Yoga</span><br />
- <b>Are appropriate for most practitioners</b> but assume the student has had some exposure to hatha yoga. The instructors will provide a series of asana modifications allowing even the most advanced practitioner a challenge. These classes are still moderately difficult and are physically challenging.</p>
- <p><span class="titleblue2">Mixed Level Yoga I/II</span><br />
- Yoga I/II classes are faster paced and assume a deeper understanding of the foundational asana. In our I/II classes we begin to explore setting up more advanced asana including headstands and arm balances while developing the strength and body awareness to safely execute these more advanced asana.</p>
- <p><span class="titlered2">&quot;Power Yoga&quot;</span><br />
- Our Power Yoga classes represent a mixture of different styles, but are similar in intensity to
- an intermediate Ashtanga class. These classes move quickly and are <i><b>physically demanding</b></i>. Our Power Yoga classes focus on developing the strength to perform asana execution in our Yoga II classes acting as a bridge between Yoga I and II. Students taking a &quot;Power Yoga&quot; class should either have an athletic background or have an understanding of body alignment in hatha yoga postures and heightened body awareness &amp; strength. Some prior yoga experience is required.<br />
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- <p><span class="titleblue2">Level 2 / Yoga II</span><br />
- Our level two classes assume the student has a foundational understanding of basic asana &amp; asana modification. In our level two classes the instructors work with the students to develop execution &amp; alignment in advanced postures &amp; flows involving a variety of inversions and arm balances. <b>INSTRUCTOR PERMISSION SUGGESTED</b>.</p>
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