Ashtanga Yoga U.Va. offers two types of classes: Mysore Style and led classes with a new class entitled "Ashtanga Extra Help Hour."
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Harry Harding is Dean of the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy, where he has taught advanced courses on leadership theory and global leadership.
Paul Tudor Jones II, Advisory Board
A graduate of Harvard University's Department of Sanskrit and Indian Studies (2000), Kurtis Schaeffer is Professor in the History of Religions section of the Department of Religious Studies, and currently serves as Associate Chairman of the Department.
Patrick Tolan is the Director of Youth-Nex and Professor Curry School of Education and Department of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences, University of Virginia.
Dr. Lillard's research concerns how children manage to live in pretend worlds as well as real ones and how those worlds effect them.
Judith Thomas is the director of Arts and Media Services for the University of Virginia Library, with programmatic and administrative responsibility for the Fiske Kimball Fine Arts Library, the Music Library, and Clemons Library (including the Robertson Media Center and the Digital Media Lab).
When one first meets Dr. Jim Coan, his eagerness for explaining in clear and concrete terms the science behind our experience of the world, and the effects of contemplation on that experience, is an exciting surprise. However, Dr.
After receiving B.S. degrees in Art Education and Psychology, Lynne taught elementary art for five years. Returning to school at West Virginia University she earned her Masters in Counseling, with coursework in Sport Psychology.
John Bultman is an Authorized Level II Ashtanga Instructor and the principal Mysore instructor for the University of Virginia Ashtanga Yoga Program. He is also a Primary Mysore instructor at Ashtanga Yoga Charlottesville.
Sonia Jones is a wellness advocate, impact philanthropist, and co-founder of Sonima Wellness and the Sonima Foundation. Her passion is achieving meaningful change in global communities through best practices in health & wellness.
Eva Natanya is a doctoral candidate in Tibetan Buddhism at the University of Virginia.