A day with Neda Honarvar:
More Badass Than Bendy
Known for her fiery nature and deep desire to make yoga accessible, Neda’s teaching style reflects her passion and playfulness as well as her dedication to the science and discipline of yoga. Her classes are an engaging blend of clear, direct, alignment-based instruction and skillful sequencing; expect hard work and play with generous servings of sweat and laughter. Neda is the owner of Tough Love Yoga, the creator of Metal Yoga, and a yogahour teacher trainer. She maintains an active teaching schedule locally and internationally, including private and group classes, workshops, retreats, festivals, and teacher trainings. Neda has trained over 150 yoga instructors and is the Program Director of Tough Love Yoga Teacher Training, which offers 200 hour and 300 hour alignment-based hatha yoga programs registered with the Yoga Alliance.
Neda’s love for teaching is second only to her passion for learning, believing that being a student of yoga has and continues to transform the capacity and potential of her mind, body, and heart. She has been practicing yoga for over 18 years and is a devoted student of her beloved guru Ma Jaya Sati Bhagavati and her teacher and mentor Darren Rhodes.
Off the mat, Neda can be found gallivanting about Atlanta with her husband Dan
and their Doberman Pinschers THOR & JUNO ♥
Sunday, March 31
9-10:15am Yogahour: A Practice of Play and Power (75 minutes, All Levels, $25)
Yogahour is an affordable, accessible, expertly taught flow/form class that offers clear and specific alignment instructions. It aims to be the most doable yet difficult one-hour class offered anywhere. Yogahour is ideal for all levels of practitioners, from beginners to experienced students without major injuries.
11am-1:30pm: Hip Openers & Arm Balances: More Badass Than Bendy (2.5 hours, All Levels, $50)
Cultivate strength, skill, and tenacity to gain access to and depth in hip openers, arm balances, and the transitions between them. This session is designed for both beginners looking for tools to support them on the path to flight and for more experienced practitioners seeking depth and refinement in their arm balance practice.