Yoga Practice Immersion: More than a class, less than a training.

Yoga Practice Immersion: More than a class, less than a training.

A three-month learning adventure with Natasha Korshak and Colleagues

Thursday evenings from 6:00 to 8:00, February 2 through April 27, 2023



The Yoga Practice Immersion is specially designed for new and continuing students to experience more of what yoga has to offer. Yoga is an integrated system of body/mind/spirit practices that align you with your best and brightest self. You will:

  • Deepen & Broaden how Yoga works for you personally
  • Strengthen your self-care habits
  • Expand your understanding of the body/mind/spirit connection
  • Enjoy the support of a community of practice

This program grows out of our 8 years as a yoga training school, integrating the classical understanding of Yoga into a modern contemplative framework.  Yoga in this context, is a vital modern skill that refines your ability to self-regulate the nervous system, be responsive to your unique life circumstances, and be intentional about how to direct your life force.

While there are many ways to learn yoga now, remotely or hybrid, our emphasis is in-person and process-oriented. This means that in addition to sharing foundational content and techniques, learning is experiential, interactive, and relational. The format each week involves a balance of practice, teaching, and discussion. Practice outside of class is suggested but not expected, study is encouraged yet optional. The most important part of the program is your presence.


February 2, 9, 16, 23

Yoga Heritage & Visionaries: Then and Now. We’ll get a glimpse of our root teacher Rama Jyoti Vernon in our practice tonight as well.

The Power of the Breath. Learn more about how breathing works and the foundational practices for breath awareness and extension.

The Power of Love. It’s Valentine’s Week so we’ll look at the heart-brain and practices that open and refine our ability to give and receive goodness.

Infra-Structure Week. We’ll look at the skeletal system and the amazing inner life of our bones.

March 2, 9, 16, 23 (No meeting March 30)

Our Fabric Body.  We’ll explore new understandings of our fascial system—the connective tissue layer of body that is revolutionizing the anatomy field.

Our Spine. We’ll dive into a deeper understanding of the spine and the central axis of our body.

Our Nervous System.  We’ll explore the vast network of our nervous system from the brain and spinal cord to the periphery of the fingers and toes.

Your Dosha.  We’ll explore the sister science of Yoga, Ayurveda, and simple methods of spring rejuvenation for the body, mind, and spirit as the season changes.

April 6, 13, 20, 27

The Subtle Body. We’ll look at the yoga perspective of the subtle body via the koshas, chakras, and nadis, beginning with the Root & Sacral Plexus

The Subtle Body. We’ll focus on the Naval and Heart Chakra Plexus

The Subtle Body. We’ll focus on the Throat and Third Eye Plexus

The Kala Purusha. The Universal Body.  We’ll complete our adventure with a glimpse of the Yogic science of Jyotish Veda, the Science of Light, the vision of how our body connects to the universe.

Some Questions You May Have

*Colleagues with specialty backgrounds will join us on Thursday nights TBD

*Those interested in teacher training certification will earn 30 hours of foundational credit with the addition of completed coursework assignments.

*Yoga Teachers may take the course for continuing education credits.

* For Sol Center members who would like to enroll, contact us for adjusted fee details.

*There will be ways to accommodate occasional absences, but the fullest participation is recommended as the nature of the teaching is interactive more than didactive.

Natasha Korshak is a long-time teacher and trainer of yoga, meditation, mindfulness and MBSR, and has been working in the field of integrative health and wellness her entire professional career.  She is a graduate of the Interfaith Theological Seminary and an ordained Interfaith Minister specializing in contemplative practice, grief processing, and spiritual direction. Her study and training of mind/body/spirit methods is extensive and she has learned from many of the pioneers in their discipline.  As the founder and director of the Sol Center she is well regarded for her depth, warmth, authenticity, and the smile in her voice.


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Feb 02 2023


6:00 pm - 8:00 pm




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527 N Tucson Blvd Tucson AZ 85719


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