Class Descriptions

Upcoming Transition of

Namaste Yoga Studio

Effective June 1rst, 2014

In our third year of operation we are ready to begin the final phase of development. We are a beginner studio, and Namaste Yoga Las Vegas is excited and nervous to make the final transition to an Ashtanga Yoga Center.  Keeping those classes which have shown supportive of our mission to provide education, instruction and benefits of yoga the following is what you will expect at Namaste Yoga.

#HotYoga

Our Hot Yoga class program will remain in place for the following classes:

Mondays and Wednesdays 9:30am and 5:00pm

Thursday and Friday at 9:30am and 11:00am

Saturday 9:30am , 11:00am and 1:00PM

Yin Yoga Remains on Thursdays at 5:30pm

Mat Pilates currently scheduled on:

Mondays and Wednesdays 5:30PM

Ashtanga Yoga Primary Series Program

Level I Beginner Asana The Level One student most likely has never taken a yoga class, or it has been too long.  This Beginner class is a cycled series (Approximately 8-10 Weeks) breaking down the asanas (poses) each week until all in the Beginner’s program has been covered. This class is more technical and alignment based to establish firm understanding of effective engagement before proceeding into a counted class. Feel free to attend any class during the cycle, or call our office to check. 702-979-9050

Tuesday at 7PM

Level I Beginner Counted This Level One class is where the beginner is encouraged to focus on breathing while following the pace set by Teacher. Much less instruction (yet still contains guided cues) than in the Asana course this is considered a LED class; students are encouraged to complete a few classes in the Asana program or have at least 4 months of steady yoga as a practice. The flow of the method is presented here to encourage independent flow of the student through memorization.

Sundays at 11am

Level II Beginner Level Two students have completed the Asana Program and attended at least three Counted classes, or enough to feel comfortable with the sequence and breathing awareness. More poses are introduced with emphasis on counted cues to establish memorization and develop a sense of mysore practice.

Friday at 7PM

Level III Half Primary Level Three students will either have attended Level II or have an established practice prior to attending.  This class brings on the challenges to reach through gateway postures, develop a physiological understanding of the body through asana exploration.  Attending this class mean you are ready to push through obstacles and move forward.

Sundays at 9AM

Level IV Half Primary This is the counted LED Half Primary.  Challenge of following the count is ON. Prepare to have some fun, laugh it off and just go for it.

Wednesday at 6:45PM

Level V Primary Transition So you’re rockin’ the asana now? Come on in! Let’s get the rest of the primary rockin’ too. This class runs in cycles of 4-6 Weeks as well, spending extra time on lift ups and jump backs to double check strength and progress in establishing the functional support of your shoulder girdle. There’s lots of good stuff here folks. To Be scheduled as students require Counted LED Primary This class is for the established practitioner with traditional counted and called asana in Sanskrit. Students in this class are ready to strive for asana proficiency in the Vi Nyasa count. Adjustments will be given. Sweat will be inevitable. “When the mind is calm, the asana is perfect.”~SKPJ

Sunday 7PM

#LasVegasAshtanga  @HuntridgeCirclePark class every Sunday 4PM LED Primary Community Class. ALL are welcome. No costs.

25 comments

  1. Melissa says:

    What r the hrs for hot yoga do u have hot Pilates?

    • Gayla says:

      Please check the schedule tab for class times and information. We are still seeking a qualified Pilates instructor to teach, and will make announcements, so be sure to sign up for our email subcribe above.

  2. Edward says:

    I am looking for a yoga class for an old guy who plays golf and needs to limber up

  3. Nadine Underhill says:

    I have so enjoyed my month of classes I purchased through Yelp! I see there is another offer and wondered if I am eligible to purchase that as well. ($50 for $75)

  4. Esme says:

    How hot is the hot yoga? Is it like Bikram yoga?

    • Gayla says:

      Our room is heated to only 90 degrees. Anything hotter carries extremely high risks of heat stroke, brain stroke, and illness. Our sequences are based on Vinyasa flow, you will have an amazing experience for health and wellness.

  5. Alicia says:

    Class recommendation for a 16 year old and her out of shape mom, who have never done this before?

  6. Bailey mattison says:

    Do you have any plans for mommy and me yoga?

    • Gayla says:

      We are in the planning phase of kids yoga for local schools in the form of fundraising, but not at our location. Kids are welcome to attend regular beginning classes with parents as long as they are interested and able to focus for class.

  7. brenda says:

    Do u give military discounts?

  8. Sherri says:

    I s there a time limit tht classes must be aken by?

  9. Amber Cole says:

    I would love to see earlier hot yoga classes. It would make it easier for people who work long hours to get a class in before their day starts.

    • Gayla says:

      Our early classes are on hold until my return from Miami. We did have some at 5:30am, they are Ashtanga and non-heated. Thank you for your suggestion.

  10. Rachelle says:

    Is the Sunday morning Ashtanga class Led or Mysore?

  11. Mary says:

    Do you have babysitting services there if one takes classes there at your studio?

  12. Tin says:

    Do you or are you going to have any prenatal yoga classes?

    • Gayla says:

      We JUST finished our last round of PreNatal workshops. The teacher is out of Country for 6 weeks and will resume classes around the time kids return to school. We are planning weekly classes. Call our office with any more questions 702-979-9050

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