Hatha Yoga

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 generally 8 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-week session cost is $90.00 or $85.00 if pre-registered. 9-week session cost is $110.00 or $105.00 if pre-registered. 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 info@ihtyoga.org 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.

2016 Schedule

Seasonal Yoga for Summer: Mondays 7:30 pm - 8:45 pm - May 23-June 20, 2016 / $50 for session (no class on May 30) Keep your asana practice cool this summer! Summer is the predominant time of pitta dosha, accentuating the fire element. Join Dena to learn some Ayurvedic tips to tame your fire and have fun in the process. Beginning level hatha yoga experience is required.

Hatha May-June 2016

For hatha class registration, please click HERE.

Due to vacations during the summer and low student attendance, we have limited our schedule for July-Aug session. We will resume our normal schedules in the Fall in September.

Have a great summer!!

Hatha July-aug 2016

For hatha class registration, please click HERE.

Class Descriptions

Class Descriptions