Ashtanga Yoga Naples

Ashtanga Yoga Naples


This quote says it for me. It's what keeps me coming back to Ashtanga Yoga Naples:
"The truth is, I'm grateful for all my teachers. We as a community are lucky to have such knowledgeable teachers who are also so accessible, people who point out what's interesting and strike awe in us as students so that we are motivated to learn more" - Jen René
I was hoping to get one more class in with y'all before i head home, but the baby had other ideas. Thx for being so welcoming, looking forward to seeing you in cbus!
L'amore è come il vento, non sappiamo da dove viene . . . Tu sei amore. Namaste.


This practice of breath & movement will purify the body. Your commitment to consistency will be challenged, it's worth it. You belong to this movement!

Amy Lucky and Joshua Yearout complement each other in knowledge and skilled teaching. They are devoted to creating a safe learning space that will inspire you to become a teacher of your own practice. Ashtanga Yoga is philosophy in practice—breath by breath, posture by posture—we uncover the depths of our individuality while making connection to one another. Method is not rigidity, method is pathw

Operating as usual


March 7-11

Tuesday & Thursday:
Morning Practice 5:30-8:30 am
Evening Practice 4:00-6:00 pm

Community Practice (non-instructed)
5:30-8:30 am

No classes March 12-18

tadartha eva dṛśyasyātmā • The Knowable Material World Is Only For The Experience Of The Self

Tadarthah: for the purpose
Eva: alone
Drsyasya: of the seen, nature – Prakrti
Atma: spirit, seer, Self


The practice is the noticing


February 21-25

Tuesday & Thursday:
Morning Practice 5:30-8:30 am
Evening Practice 4-6 pm

Community Practice (non-instructed) 5:30-8:30am

Visesa Avisesa Lingamatra Alingani Gunaparvani • The gunas pass through four stages- gross, subtle, primal, and unevolved.

Visesa: specialized, particularized
Avisesa: unspecialized, unparticularized
Lingamatra: undifferentiated
Alingani: without a mark, undifferentiated, subtle
Gunaparvani: state of the gunas


Three essentials: great faith, great doubt, great determination


February 14-19

Tuesday & Thursday:
Morning Practice 5:30-8:30 am
*Thursday Only: Evening Practice 4:00-6:00 pm
(Tuesday evening is an asana clinic)
Friday: Community Class 5:30-8:30 am
Saturday: Guided Primary 7:00-8:30 am

prakasha kriya sthiti shilam bhuta indriya atmakam bhoga apavarga artham drishyam • The seen consists of the qualities of light, action, inertia; of the elements and sense organs. It exists for the purpose of experience and liberation.

prakasha = light, illumination
kriya = action
sthiti = inertia, steady
shilam = having the nature of/qualities of
bhuta = elements
indriya = power of action
atmakam = consisting of
bhoga = experience
apavarga = liberation
artham = for the purpose of
drishyam = the seen


All things revealed through practice 🧡


February 7-11

Tuesday & Thursday:
5:30-8:30 am Morning Practice
4:00-6:00 pm Evening Practice
5:30-8:30 am Community Practice (non-instructed)
*No guided Primary Series this week

drashtridrishyayoh sanyogo heyahetuh • The cause (of suffering) to be avoided is the (false) union between the seer and seen.

drashtri = of the seer, observer, knower
drishyayoh = of the seen,
samyogah= union
heya = to be avoided
hetuh = the cause




January 31-February 5

Tuesday and Thursday:
5:30-8:30 am Morning Practice
4:30-6:00 pm Evening Practice

5:30-8:30 am Community Practice

6:30-7:00 am Chanting, Pranayama, Meditation
7:00-8:30 am Guided Primary Series

heyaṃ duḥkham-anāgatam

The suffering not yet come must be overcome.

heya - overcome; to be left or quitted or abandoned; rejected or avoided; to be left or quitted or abandoned
duḥkha - suffering, pain, sorrowful
anāgata - not yet come



Photos from Gokhale Method's post 01/18/2022

Photos from Gokhale Method's post


January 17-22

Tuesday and Thursday:
Assisted Self-Practice 5:30- 8:30am
Open Practice 4:30-6 pm

Guided Primary Series 7-8:30 am

pariṇāma-tāpa-saṁskāra-duḥkhaiḥ guṇa-vṛtti-virodhāt-ca duḥkham-eva sarvaṁ vivekinaḥ

The wise person (vivekinaḥ) understands that suffering (duḥkhaiḥ) occurs in all (sarvaṁ) living things due to constant change (pariṇāma), desire to repeat past experiences (tāpa), a conditioned mind set (saṁskāra) and the quality of change in nature (guṇa).

Parinama: of change, transformation
Tapa: anxiety, anguish, torment
Samskara: imprints in the unconscious
Duhkaih: by reason sorrows
Guna: of the qualities
Vrttih: activities, fluctuations, modifications, changes
Virodhat: contradictory
Cha: and
Duhkham: because sorrow
Eva: is only
Sarvam: all
Vivekinah: to one who discriminates


In life and practice, we learn that defeat is a temporary perception at the beginning of the story 🤍


Deep bows to the numinous in you ✨


January 3-7

Tuesday and Thursday:
5:30 am -8:30 am Assisted Self-Practice
4:30 pm -6:00 pm Open Practice
Friday: Community Practice (Non-Instructed)
5:30 am -8:30 am
Saturday: Chanting, Pranayama, Meditation
6:30 -7:00 am
Guided Primary Series 7 -8:30 am

YS 2.13: sati mūle tadvipāko jātyāyurbhogāḥ
🔥 So long as this root source exists, there also is fruition from it of one’s class, life span and life experiences.

Sati: being present
Mule: at the root
Tat: that
Vipakah: ripening, maturation
Jati: type of birth
Ayuh: span of life
Bhogah: experiences


December 27-January 1

M-F Assisted Self-Practice 6-8:45
Sat New Year’s Day 🎊 No Class

kleśa-mūlaḥ karma-āśayaḥ dṛṣṭa-adṛṣṭa-janma-vedanīyaḥ 🔥 The sources of suffering (kleśa) are the foundation (mūlaḥ) for the womb of actions and consequences (karma-āśayaḥ), which can experienced (vedanīyaḥ) directly (dṛṣta) or indirectly (adṛṣta)

Klesamulah: having Klesa (affliction) as its origin, root
Karmasayah: repository of Karma
Drsta: seen, experienced consciously
Adrsta: unseen, only experienced unconsciously
Janma: in births
Vedaniyah: to be experienced




December 20-25

M-F Assisted Self-Practice 6-8:45 a
Sa Christmas Day 🎄 No class

dhyana heyah tat vrittayah 🔥 Fluctuations of mind (arising from the afflictions) are eliminated by meditation

dhyana = meditation
heyah = eliminated
tat = that
vrittayah = fluctuations of mind


Yet we live and practice in a way that glorifies this, reflecting a society that validates the personalities that are “stressed to impress.” Self-abandonment is highly profitable for many industries, including the yoga industry. Every breath requires presence and inquiry in order to retain a practice that remains a personal, life-giving resource.


How easy it is to trade the gold of experience for the plasticity of expectation.


A gentle, truthful lens to bring to every gathering 🤍 Understanding is unearthed through our stories.


November 22-27

M-F Assisted Self-Practice 6-8:45 a
Sa Guided Primary Series 7-8:30 a

sukah-anusayi-ragah 🔥 Attachment is that which dwells upon pleasure.

Sukha: pleasure
Anusayi: sequential attraction to, closely following
Ragah: attachment, addiction


November 15-19

M-Th Assisted Self-Practice 6-8:45 a
Friday is a Moon Day 🌕
Sa Guided Primary Series 7-8:30 a

🔥 Egoism is identification of the seer with the instrument of knowledge.

Drk: consciousness itself as seeing agent (Purusa)
Darsanasaktyoh: the instrument of seeing, power of intellect, buddhi
Ekatmata: identity, with oneself
Iva: appearing to be
Asmita: I-ness


November 8-13

M-F Assisted Self-Practice 6-8:45 a
Sa Guided Primary 7-8:30
*Thursday is MFR for the Morning Body 5-7 p

anitya ashuchi duhkha anatmasu nitya shuchi sukha atman khyatih avidya 🔥 To see non-eternal as eternal, impure as pure, painful as pleasant and non-Self as Self are misconceptions of Ignorance.

anitya = non-eternal, impermanent
ashuchi = impure
duhkha = suffering
anatmasu = non-Self
nitya = eternal
shuchi = pure
sukha = pleasant
atman = Self
khyatih = misconception,
avidya = ignorance


When breath and awareness unlock the door.


November 1-6

M-W, F Assisted Self-Practice 6-8:45 a
Thursday is a moon 🌑day
Sa Guided Primary Series 7-8:30 a

avidyā kṣetramuttareṣāṃ prasuptatanuvicchinnodārāṇām
🔥 Ignorance is the field of the other kleshas, whether dormant, attenuated, intercepted, or activated.

avidya = ignorance
kshetram = origin, fertile womb,
uttaresham = for the others
prasupta = inactive, dormant
tanu = Self, weakened, reduce, of form, of manifestation
vicchinna = intercepted, interrupted, distorted, disconnected, ceased
udaranam = rising, ascending, active


Why be devoted and dedicated to anything? In psychology, a great deal of importance is placed on having a sense of coherence (SOC), which means that you see your life as being comprehensible, manageable and meaningful. These factors are augmented by plan-making and follow though.
Follow Through. A new definition for core strength. 🤍


October 25-30

M-F Assisted Self-Practice 6-8:45 a
Sat Guided Primary Series 7-8:30 a

Avidya asmita raga dvesha abhinivesha pancha klesha 🔥 The five afflictions are ignorance, ego, desire, aversion, fear of death.

Avidya: ignorance
Asmita: I-ness, ego sense
Raga: attachment
Dvesa: aversion
Abhinivesah: fear of death, clinging to life
Klesah: painful, afflicted


May you realize that holiness is
mindful, gazing, feeling, hearing, and touching.
May your senses gather you and bring you home.
May your senses always enable you to
celebrate the universe and the mystery
and possibilities in your presence here.
May the Eros of the Earth bless you. 🌕


October 18-23

M, T, Th, F Assisted Self-Practice 6-8:45a
Wednesday is a moon day, no class
Asana Clinic Tuesday 5-7 p
Sa Guided Primary Series 7-8:30 a

samadhi bhavana arthah klesha tanu karanarthah ca🔥 The purpose of Kriya Yoga, the Yoga of Action, is to reduce afflictions and obtain Samadhi

samadhi = deep meditative state
bhavana =
arthah = purpose
klesha = afflictions, distorted
tanu = cause
karanarthah = purpose of weakening/minimizing
ca = and

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9853 Tamiami Trail N #228 Naples, FL 34108
Naples, FL

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Tuesday 6am - 9am
Wednesday 6am - 9am
Thursday 6am - 9am
Friday 6am - 9am
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