The Yoga & Movement Space
Welcome to Yoga & Movement Space!
Classes are held at 219 Main Street Hurleyville NY.
Please enter through the main entrance of the Hurleyville Arts Centre
Scroll down for the schedule, prices*,teacher bios and class descriptions.
The Yoga & Movement Space offers Hatha Yoga classes and classes in the T. Krishnamacharya lineage of Vinyasa Yoga most commonly known today as Flow Yoga where the yoga postures and the breath are linked encouraging a moving meditation. Levels and experience are respected and all are welcome! Is there a class you would like to see on the schedule? Email email@example.com
Our teachers are from varied traditions allowing the student to find the right practice to suit individual needs, be it recovery from injury or illness, or general mental and physical health . The space boasts a nine station rope wall and props for 20 students. Classes that utilize the rope wall are noted on the schedule. The rope wall was first developed by BKS Iyengar as an additional support for the yoga asanas. Rope wall classes are heavily influenced by the Iyengar method, kinesthetic anatomy and Body Mind Centering.
Yoga Class Drop in $15.00*
Class Cards $120.00 for 10 classes with a 12 week expiration.
Cash or checks only please.
* Movement classes and workshops are priced separately.
A good old fashioned Vinyasa class utilizing sun salutes from the Vinyasa Astanga tradition, standing and seated poses, and a nice long rest at the end. Experience with Hatha Yoga recommended. The class will be directed to who is in attendance.
Vinyasa I / II
This class is for students with experience in Hatha Vinyasa Yoga. Students should feel comfortable adjusting the practice to suit their bodies needs, and are able to follow the intricacies of alignment instruction. An advanced practice = greater awareness.
The best way to transition from weekend to workweek! Using breathing technique, gentle preparatory poses, and props we will investigate ways to engage your mind, make your body comfortable, balance your nervous system and send you off for a great night sleep.
January 13, 20, 27, and February 3rd. $50.00 for all 4 classes.
Pre-registration required – email firstname.lastname@example.org
A fun, dynamic, story and play based 45 minute class for your 5-8 year old. Yoga is proven to help children increase attention, focus and self esteem; and 45 minutes of solid coffee/tea time for mom and dad on a Saturday morning.
Utilizes props and rope wall support as well as dynamic sequencing. The yoga props support and inform the alignment intelligence of the body. In order to access the feel of a moving meditation and a quiet inward experience the class will build slowly towards fluid movement as it coordinates with our breath; allowing time to practice, experiment and observe mental and physical responses to new alignment. You will be encouraged to adjust the directions to suit your personal needs. Some experience with Hatha Yoga is recommended.
The Basics Series: Hatha 101: 1st Series
Next series coming soon!
Never tried yoga before but you have always wanted to, or did you jump into Vinyasa without ever learning postural alignment. This is for you. Although called Basics learning the how to of the yoga poses as is appropriate or you body is actually very advanced. This series is for you if you…
– have never practiced yoga.
– are recovering from injury and out of the acute phase.
– want to advance your practice or are working towards a specific goal and need support.
You do not have to suffer with tightness and stress forever. Come tell us why you think you can’t do yoga and lets work it out. If you can breathe, you too can have the benefits of yoga. You got this.You will learn dynamic and static postures using the rope wall for support. * Although chair support is available this is not a chair yoga class. *
Movement Class: Nia
$100.00 for a 10 class card with 12 week expiration, $15.00 drop in. No discount codes apply.
Combining 52 simple moves with influences from dance, martial arts and healing arts, Nia tones your body while transforming your mind. More than just a workout, it is a holistic fitness practice addressing each aspect of your life – body, mind, emotions and spirit.
In practice, we engage our senses and listen to our bodies, activating the innate ability of the body to self-heal. Each 55-minute class features a playlist of soul-stirring music, a guided combination of form and freedom, and the opportunity to move toward pleasure and joy in your “now body”. Nia is non-impact, practiced barefoot, and adaptable to individual needs and abilities. Come play!
Movement Class: Salsa
(No discount codes apply.)
The Salsa dance originated in the 1970s in New York City, with strong Latin American influences (Cuba and Puerto Rico) and is a hot, spicy and sensual dance that will inspire Latin rhythms in everyone!
It takes far less time than you think to learn your first few steps. It’s one of the easiest dances to pick up and you will learn your first few steps in no time! It’s the perfect dance for beginners.
Wear leather / suede sole shoes or socks. No rubber or street shoes please.
We will announce Social Dance time from 7:30-8:30 in the future.
Community Class Open Level Vinyasa
Pay what you can community yoga class with LeeAnna.
Begins November 30th, 2017
Erin Dudley relocated to Sullivan county in 2014. She is a mom, Program Director at The Hurleyville Arts Centre and continues to teach in NYC’s Kula Yoga Project and at Kripalu every July. She was a faculty member for five years at Stony Brook University in New York, where she wrote and implemented the Somatic Yoga syllabus and taught Butoh and contemporary dance. Erin’s classes draw from her love of movement, the influence of kinesthetic anatomy, the investigative philosophy of Irmgard Bartenieff, the quiet passion of Astanga vinyasa, and the rigorous intelligence of Iyengar Yoga. Her alignment cues and energetic directives create a nurturing space for practitioners to fully engage in an investigation of their physical, mental, and psychic condition. Some experience recommended.
“I teach for who is front of me. To create a moving meditation and a quiet inward experience the class will use dynamic sequencing as it coordinates with our breath. We will move as a group but you will be encouraged to adjust the directions to suit your personal needs and I will show you how. I look forward to getting to know you on the mat.”
LeeAnna was first introduced to yoga in her hometown of Batavia, NY at the age of 18. Immediately she fell in love with the practice, she came back to each yoga class offered and practiced everyday at home. Soon enough she began sharing her yoga practice with friends and family by giving them mini private yoga lessons in places like her living room or on the dock at the family summer lake house. As she moved on to go to college in Buffalo, NY studying Psychology and Health and Wellness at the University of Buffalo she learned from various other teachers and began teaching at a local studio. While in college she worked part time also at a health food store where she met a friend who introduced her to Reiki, a form of energy health transformation. She graduated college in 2013 and moved to the Catskills and started a small organic vegetable farm in Liberty, NY called Sprouting Dreams Farm. LeeAnna spent 2 winters traveling to Florida to bond with her grandfather. While in Florida she was lead to pursue her 200 hour yoga teacher training. She moved back to the Catskills to teach yoga and run her farm. Another large aspect of LeeAnna’s style and history is she studied Ballet, Tap, Jazz, and Contemporary dance at The Dancing Place Dance Academy for 16 years. She now is studying Salsa dancing and is an assistant salsa dance teacher in the area. She seeks to share her passion for movement and health with individuals and groups in the community, wishing to increase prosperity and health and well-being to all.
Alyssa has been practicing yoga and meditation for almost 20 years and teaching for over 12. She has studied extensively and received initiations in Indian and Tibetan Buddhist traditions. Alyssa lived in NYC for many years, teaching in some of the preeminent yoga studios in the country. She was sought out by teachers and students alike for her special expertise in hands-on assisting. Alyssa opted for a change of pace relocating to the lower Catskills in 2014. She is currently Hinishing construction of her own studio, My Happy Place Yoga Shala, in the hamlet town of Barryville, NY on the Delaware River. Alyssa’s classes are breath centric vinyasa with a healthy dose of alignment instruction, sprinkled with some philosophy, and set to an eclectic selection of music. Alyssa emphasizes the relationship between the physical practices, the mind, and the heart to support the development of deeper inner and outer experience and awareness. Alyssa caters her classes to the people who show up, and provides appropriate variations for beginner to advanced practitioners. You can expect a gratifying challenge. All levels welcome!
Joy has been practicing dance as a modality for personal healing for the entirety of her life. She first discovered Nia in August 2015, while she was working at the Omega Institute for Holistic Studies in Rhinebeck, NY. Although she had been experimenting with Journeydance and 5 Rhythms for years, there was something different about Nia and it was an instant “click”. In her first class, she discovered within herself an effortless sense of visceral power, beauty and grace that she had never imagined could be so FUN to express. Within 6 months, she was stepping in to her first level of teacher training and within a year she was back at Omega sharing the joy of movement. She has since spent 3 weeks as dance/movement faculty for staff and participants. She finds that no matter how many times she steps in to practice, there is always something new to learn and enjoy.
Guest Instructor: Nikki Costello
Guest teacher, Nikki Costello is a Certified Iyengar Yoga Teacher (CIYT). For 23 years, her teaching has been inspired by annual trips to India including RIYMI (Ramamani Iyengar Memorial Yoga Institute) the study of scriptural and philosophical texts and a daily practice of meditation. In 2013-2014, she was a contributing editor at Yoga Journal, writing the magazine’s “Basics Column.” and in 2016, Nikki was named one of the 100 Most Influential Teachers in America