Andrew Morris   Freedom Vinyasa
Freedom Vinyasa - Andrew Morris

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Fri-Sat
May 11-12


All Levels Freedom Vinyasa

Friday May 11
6:30-8:30pm

regular: $25
member: $20

Enjoy a fun, organic, and free flowing Vinyasa class designed to invigorate the spirit. Class is a unique mixture of strength, flexibility, and balance work, fused with meditation in every moment. Following the principles of Raja Yoga, the ancient scientific piercing of the veil of illusion, we use the breath and our movement to uncover the deepest layers of ourselves.



All Levels Freedom Vinyasa

Saturday May 12
10am-12pm

regular: $25
member: $20


Art of Assists

Saturday May 12
1-3pm

regular: $40
member: $32

Learn how to use assists in a safe and intelligent way to facilitate a deep physical, emotional, and spiritual release in your students. We will cover physical and energetic assists, as well as how to effectively use your voice as a tool of inclusion and compassion. Assisting your students is one of the best ways to help them expand their awareness of self, and gain control over their body, mind, and spirit. This class counts for (2) hours of CE credit.



Sequencing Clinic for Teachers

Saturday May 12
3:30-5:30pm

regular: $40
member: $32

A well designed sequence can make all the difference when it comes to leading a profoundly transformative Yoga practice. In this workshop, we cover how to sequence a Yoga class in a physical, energetic, and spiritual way. Discover how to guide your students through an energetic experience, while unlocking every inch of the physical frame and simultaneously guiding the spirit towards liberation.

This class counts for (2) hours of CE credit.



About Andrew Morris

Andrew thanks his mother, Katie, for getting him into yoga. She was one of only a handful of instructors in Indiana where he grew up. Andrew played football, basketball, wrestled, and ran cross country and track, throughout his formative years. A small-town kid from Indiana in the late 90s, he thought yoga was weird. But on the advice of his mother, he tried it, eventually working its magic into the deep recesses of his body and mind.

When Andrew turned 18 and went off to college, he was very stressed out, and his body was very inflexible from years of sports. When he began doing some light yoga in his dorm and couldn’t sit cross-legged without pain in his ankles, knees and hips. He slouched, had lower back pain, and had such tight shoulders that he would wake up multiple times a night with numbness and tingling down both of his arms due to poor circulation. But as the months went on, he started to make progress.His hips started to loosen slowly, he didn’t wake up in the middle of the night with numbness anymore. Anxiety that had troubled him for as long as he could remember, which started to dissipate. He started to feel connected to himself, and to the world. As months turned to years, his progress from the worst yoga student in the world who couldn’t sit still, and pushed as hard as possible in every pose, gave way to more easiness in body and mind.

Since his first teacher training, he has studied with hundreds of teachers in lineages from Astanga and Iyengar, from Restorative to Yoga Nidra. The practice of yoga is so diverse, he continues to learn every single day both from his teachers and students and enjoys immensely sharing it with others.