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"Yoga is like music: the rhythm of the body, the melody of the mind and the harmony of the soul create the symphony of life." Iyengar

Amy's On Line Schedule


Classes Available on Facebook Live and Zoom


March 22

Sun 9a PST Fluid Flow 

Sun 4p PST Restorative + Nidra 


Starting March 23 

MON WED SAT: 9a PST Virtual Flow All Levels 

TUES THURS SUN: 4 pm PST Restorative + Nidra 

All Descriptions and Zoom Links below 

All Classes are donations based.

There is a suggested donation of $10-$20 per class. No one will be turned away for lack of funds but I truly appreciate any support. Please zelle or venmo Amy at

When arriving on zoom - please be stay on mute. Due to streaming rites, I will not play music for class but you can! The playlist for each class on a spotify link that I will post on social media everyday before class. 

Sunday Mar 22 9-10:15am PST (12pm EST) 
Fluid Practice.
Bringing ease into our bodies with a juicy flow. Smooth, refreshing, balancing our nervous system with incremental waves.

Topic: Amy Sullivan's Fluid Practice Flow All Level Flow Sunday Mar 22 9-10am PST (12-1pm EST) 

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Sunday Mar 22 4-5:15p PST (7pmEST) 
Restorative + Nidra Practice.

Nothing allows us to drop in faster and deeper than restorative yoga. It’s meditating in different shapes. It’s a practice for all. Old young, healthy, injured, anxious, depressed... Long holds with props to settle the nersous system. Bring pillows and blankets! 

Topic: Amy Sullivan's Restorative Practice - Any Level 
Sunday Mar 22 4-5p PST (7-8p EST) 
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MON WED SAT: 9a PST Virtual Flow All Levels 


Bringing ease into our bodies with a juicy flow. Smooth, refreshing, incremental waves to balance our nervous system and remove stored tension in the body. Each class will be centered on a theme so we can take the cultivation of focused energy with us off of our mats and bring it into our day!  

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TUES THURS SUN: 4 pm PST Restorative + Nidra 


Restorative Yoga increases vitality by releasing stored tension in the body and by using the breath as tool to quiet the mind and to calm the nervous system. Instead of actively stretching your muscles, poses are held using props, for longer durations, to support your weight that allows your muscles to release and your mind to enter into a state of deep relaxation. Studies have shown that deep relaxation affects us on a genetic level and has profound health benefits. When this happens, the rest/digest part of our nervous system is activated where we reduce stress hormones, slow our heart rate and blood pressure and relieve fatigue and anxiety symptoms. This deep relaxation and inward attention is known in the yoga sutras as pratyahara, a conscious withdrawal from the senses. Ending with yoga nidra, a body scan meditation for the ultimate deep reset, the body, mind and energy returns back to its natural state where we rest in our true selves. 


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