PRIVATE BARRE, YOGA, TRX, BOXING
& Personal training

Personalized Classes

Learn the foundations for Barre, Yoga, Boxing or TRX in one-on-one or small group setting
Deepen your practice
Learn new skills
Work through injuries


 

book a class or personal training session for you or a group!
we welcome
Group events for special occasions such as birthdays, bachelorette parties, reunions and more.

 


Private Rates

$90/hour (1-3 people)

$120/hour (4-7 people)

$150/hour (8 plus people)  

$200 offsite group

 

for inquiries or TO BOOK: email the studio.

 
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TEACHER TRAININGS



BIO

Leslie Kaminoff is a yoga educator inspired by the tradition of T.K.V. Desikachar. He is recognized internationally as a specialist in the fields of yoga, breath anatomy and bodywork. For over four decades he has led workshops and developed specialized education for many leading yoga associations, schools and training programs in America and throughout the world. His approach to teaching combines intellectual rigor, spontaneity and humor, and is always evolving.

Leslie is the founder of The Breathing Project, a New York City based

educational non-profit dedicated to advancing educational standards for
yoga teachers and other movement professionals. His unique year-long course is available online at yogaanatomy.net.

He is the co-author, with Amy Matthews, of the best-selling book “Yoga Anatomy.”

You can follow him on Instagram (@leslie.kaminoff), Twitter (@lkaminoff) and on Facebook (LeslieKaminoffYogaAnatomy), on YouTube (YogaAnatomy) and learn more at YogaAnatomy.org.

 

workshop details

SATURDAY, JANUARY 11
11:00am-2:00pm and 3:00-6:00pm

An Introduction To Breath-Centered Yoga and Demystifying the Bandhas
In this highly interactive, experiential session, Leslie will introduce the distinctive breath-centered teachings of Krishnamacharya and Desikachar from a historical, scholarly and anatomical perspective while leading participants into a progressively deeper understanding of the vital forces at work in the human breathing mechanism during yoga practice.

Far from being a mystical practice, the good news is we were immediately, implicitly learning bandhas from the moment we first learned to coordinate breath and body movement. From this perspective, depending our yoga consists of nothing more than uncovering our innate ability to find support and spaciousness through a breath-centered practice.

The Art of Asana: From Assembly to Assisting
This unique workshop was created just for BarreCoast and features Leslie’s signature approach to consciously constructing a yoga pose. A variety of anatomical and breath-centered perspectives will be explored in order to prioritize possible adaptations and adjustments for individual needs.

Leslie will include elements of his Hands-On Assisting Lab during which he shares teaching techniques developed during decades working therapeutically with groups and individuals. This workshop offers opportunities for both individual and partner explorations including:

  • Verbal cueing of breath-centered alignment adjustments

  • Administering safe and gentle hands-on assists

  • Advanced principles of breath release, based on the shape-change model of breath

 

SUNDAY, JANUARY 12
11:00am-2:00pm and 3:00-6:00pm

The Warrior Series – A Hands-Free Vinyasa Practice:
If you like a strong, flowing, breath-centered yoga practice, but have done more than a few too many down dogs, up dogs and chaturangas, then this is for you. This specially-designed vinyasa strongly works the legs and moves the spine in all possible directions, all without putting any body weight on your hands.

Healthy Spines: Range of Motion, Support and Breath
Are forward- and back-bending asanas about moving forward and backwards in space or are they about changing the shape of the spine? What role does the breath play in entering into and supporting us in these challenging poses? How we answer these fundamental questions will determine our goals and experiences during practice. Unfortunately, some of the most common alignment cues do not produce evenly distributed spinal movement, resulting in a perpetuation of chronic tightness in the very areas the poses seek to release.

We will practice a variety of breath-based movements and healthy alignment strategies focusing on those that can contribute to (rather than interfere with) the range of motion of the spine while sitting, standing and supine.