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Kosha Yoga’s blog contains information about yoga, meditation, Ayurveda, yoga off the mat, and happenings at the studio in Littleton Colorado.

Ayurveda-a four week course at Kosha this April!

Ayurveda is a form of medicine that originated in India, it is considered yoga’s “sister science.” Sign up for this course today! Ayurveda emphasizes prevention of disease, rejuvenation of our body systems, and extension of life span. The profound premise of Ayurveda is that through certain practices, not only can we prevent heart disease and… Continue Reading

Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction- a Meditation Based Workshop Starting April 20th, in Littleton, CO

MBSR- Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction, a 9 week class will be offered at Kosha Yoga. It will be Saturdays 4:00- 6:30 pm starting April 20th and ending June 8th with an all day class on June 8th from 8am to 5pm. The cost of the course is $350, or $300 if you register before April 13th. Register… Continue Reading

Kosha Yoga 200 Hr. Teacher Training Starts May 1st 2019!

Are you ready to take your practice to the next level? Are you wanting to share your love of yoga with others? Are you wanting to dive deep into the authentic teachings and practices of Yoga? Then Kosha’s Teacher training is the fit for you! Sign up today or email: info@koshayogacenter.com for more information. Watch… Continue Reading

Yoga Beginners Series II with Beth Evans

You started a yoga practice, now learn the next steps to grow and develop your practice in a safe and supportive environment. Topics include alignment of basic seated and standing poses, sequencing of poses, breathing and meditation techniques. Postures will be taught so they are accessible and beneficial to everyone. You will receive a handout… Continue Reading

Why should I have a Mindfulness Practice? I am just too busy… Mindfulness/meditation classes South Denver

To share a bit about why it is very useful for modern, busy folks to learn about formal mindfulness practice, here’s a short story from Eckhart Tolle, author of The Power of Now, and other books about the cultivation of calm presence, within our current go-go, hurry up world: “A beggar had been sitting by… Continue Reading