Primary Series Weekend Immersion II

June 13th 1-5pm AND June 14th 1:30-5:30pm at Yoga Now Chicago

Cost: $128 if registered before June 1 // $160 after

Note: This workshop will be held virtually. The City of Chicago has in person yoga classes in Phase 4 which is not anticipated until later in the summer.

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In this immersion, we’ll explore the second half of the Ashtanga Primary Series, and breakdown each posture and transition into detail. This is a challenging set of postures that, when approached gracefully and consistently over time, will build great physical, mental, and spiritual strength. This workshop is for the person who desires for their ashtanga yoga practice to grow and become a healing force in their life.


Primary Series postures (Navasana – Setu Bandhasana)

Backbending (Urdhva Dhanurasana)

Inversion Sequence (Salamba Sarvangasana – Sirsasana)

Also Covered:

Developing your personal practice

Yoga Ethics in practice (Yama and Niyama)

Self care for Ashtangis

Pre-requisite: At least 6 months practicing ashtanga yoga OR completion of Primary Series Weekend Immersion I. There is no posture pre-requisite, but the first half of primary series should be a familiar to you.

This immersion is available as 8 CEs for teachers registered with Yoga Alliance. If you are interested in this option, please contact Kristin at

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Primary Series Weekend Immersion I

January 18th 4:30-8:30pm AND January 19th 1:30-5:30pm at Yoga Now Chicago

In this immersion, we’ll take a closer look at the first half of the Ashtanga Primary Series, and breakdown each posture and transition into detail. This will be a great opportunity to refine and build confidence in your primary series practice.


Surya Namaskara A and B

Standing Sequence (Padangusthasana – Virabhadrasana B)

Jumping through/Jumping back

Seated Sequence (Dandasana – Marichasana D)

Closing Postures (Yoga Mudrasana – Utpluthih)

Also Covered:

Breathing for ashtanga yoga

Bandha (anatomical core)

Vinyasa count

Practicing with discipline, self compassion, and faith