IHT — Institute of the Himalayan Tradition — teaches the ancient, pure, classic form of yoga: Raja Yoga from the Himalayas. It integrates all aspects of our lives and helps us attain a comfortable body, peaceful mind, and control over both. This Himalayan Tradition of yoga teaches the four steps of hatha: physical postures, breathing practices, relaxation techniques, and the yogic ethical restraints/spiritual observances. In our meditation classes we teach the next four classic steps to ultimate self-knowledge.
For hatha class registration, please click HERE.
Our hatha yoga teachers are certified by IHT and registered with the Yoga Alliance, a national registry of training standards.
Dress: Wear comfortable, loose clothing and you are encouraged to bring your own yoga mat. There are limited yoga mats available in the classrooms for student use.
Duration: Each hatha yoga course is sequential for eight weeks; drop-ins are permitted for those students who have taken the hatha level before. All of our Hatha Yoga Classes run for 75 minutes.
Cost: 8-week course cost is $100.00 or $95.00 if pre-registered. 7 weeks session cost is $90.00 or $85.00 if pre-registered. Pre-register by sending an email to the IHT email one business day before start of session to receive the $5 course discount. Each individual drop-in class is $15.00.
Payment: Please pay on the first day of each session - credit cards, checks and cash are accepted. For drop-ins, only check and cash please.
Class Make-Up Policy: Students may make-up classes that they miss during a session by attending another class at the same level or lower level during the same session. Please email email@example.com with the class that you plan to attend 1 week in advance of the make-up class.
Location: 690 Cleveland Avenue Suite 300 South St. Paul, MN 55116.
Entrance: Enter through North door of the building on Eleanor Avenue side.
Parking: Free parking available behind the building or on the street.
For hatha class registration please click HERE
Seasonal Yoga for Winter: Mondays 7:30 pm - 8:45 pm, Jan 18-Feb 8, 2016 / $50 for session
According to Ayurveda, winter begins with the prevalent qualities of vata dosha – cold, dry, light and mobile, giving way in late winter to kapha dosha - cold, moist, heavy and stable. Discover tips and techniques for balancing these opposing qualities in your asana practice. Since this is a four-week class, beginning level hatha yoga experience is required.