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Ayurveda and Yoga Nidra workshop with Lynn Crounse on Saturday, April 14. Rocket Yoga is a dynamic and fast-paced flow of yoga. Another key quality of the Rocket Yoga System is the “Art of Modification. The Rocket is also divided into a three-part series: Rocket 1, Rocket 2, and Rocket 3. Each series focuses on targeted body strength and flexibility. Typically, Rocket 1 is practiced on Monday and Thursday, Rocket 2 on Tuesday and Wednesday, Rocket 3 on Friday, and Ashtanga Primary Series would be practiced on Sunday, and optionally on Thursday instead of Rocket 1.

As in the tradition of Ashtanga Yoga, Saturday is the day to rest from physical forms of yoga. Adrian got into yoga after needing a real life change. He has a strong background in rock climbing, so he took to the strength and balance aspects of yoga quickly. Finding a real love and challenge in what he likes to call the architecture of  movement, as it primes and conditions us for all other types of movement, he knew instantly that this was going to be something life changing. After benefiting so much from yoga in mind and body, and feeling first hand the transformational effects on his entire outlook and perspective on life, he felt very called to teach.