Gaiam Yoga Club Makes Yoga Your Own

Rodney Yee by Rodney Yee | June 9th, 2008 | No Comments
topic: Gaiam Happenings, Yoga


Colleen (my teaching partner and wife) and I have always been shy about promoting ourselves. I know it may be hard to believe, but it’s true. At yoga retreats we never put out flyers, DVDs, audio programs or books. But for the first time we are compelled to announce loud and clear the launch of the Gaiam Yoga Club. This online yoga program, delivered via the Internet, has us so excited that we feel we must do it justice and promote it!

We’ve created a 12-week course that teaches you how to design your own home practice. When you are alone on your mat, you begin to truly understand yoga and real insights occur. But, it can be intimidating to practice on your own. This program is designed to help you transition into home study.

Each week you receive one online video and five downloadable audios with printable pose guides. In the video, Colleen and I go over all the week’s poses — giving you three variations and in-depth instructions for each pose. Once you reach weeks 10-12, we focus on sequencing principles via downloadable podcasts. We start from the beginning for the complete novice, though even the experienced student will find the content engaging and informative.

Colleen and I will be blogging and chatting online with you throughout the program. But more importantly, you will gain access to a yoga community that will support you in your commitment to deepen your yoga practice.

Yoga is dear to Colleen and myself, and teaching yoga is our passion. The Gaiam Yoga Club is our new classroom. Sign up now and join us in this journey!

Namaste,
Rodney
Cofounder of Gaiam Yoga Club

P.S. Because the Gaiam Yoga Club is brand new, you will play an important role in shaping the 12-week program and creating our community. We can’t wait to see you online!

Comments

  1. Love this concept. Have your yoga practice tapes/CDs, but sooner or later it becomes stale. Or at different times of life or injuries, you want to focus more on an area and you like different parts of multiple recordings to accomplish your fitness goals.
    Keep me in the loop on the Yoga Club!
    Martha

    Martha | June 11th, 2008 | Comment Permalink
  2. looking forward to hearing more about the yoga club

    margaret hopkins | June 11th, 2008 | Comment Permalink
  3. My husband and I practice every day to Rodney’s DVDs and this program sounds great! We are definitely interested.

    Pamela | June 11th, 2008 | Comment Permalink
  4. I just wanted to thank you for your enthusiasm about Rodney.s newest project. It.s up and running, and is a great way to study with Rodney and Colleen.
    Namaste,
    Andrea Mather
    Managing Editor
    Gaiam Yoga Club
    http://www.gaiamyogaclub.com

    Andrea | June 13th, 2008 | Comment Permalink
  5. I’m really looking forward to the pose variations and in-depth instructions! While I practice regularly with wonderful teachers, it’s nice to work on “pose form” at home to make sure muscle memory keeps everything align during practice.

    Stephanie | June 22nd, 2008 | Comment Permalink
  6. The art of stress management works best in natural means like exercise and meditation. But if you want to combine exercise and meditation, yoga is the best way to fight stress and improve your lifestyle.

    NC yoga classes | June 23rd, 2008 | Comment Permalink
  7. Hello Rodney & Colleen you guys are awesome. I would like to know if you have considered working with schools to incorporate your online classes. This would be so awesome! If you would consider this option please email me. I am new to Yoga & I love it! I am developing a deeper understanding each and everyday.
    thank you!

    Bettinka | June 28th, 2008 | Comment Permalink

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