Have you ever found yourself taking a sideways glance during class of someone doing an impossible looking pose and wondered how they did it? Or been scrolling through your social feeds and been captivated by a photo of strength and mobility through posture, and wished you could replicate it yourself?

Ever tried to and fell right on your face?

ELEVATE is here to help you gain the strength, balance, flexibility and (most importantly) posture breakdowns to get you off your face and onto your hands!

The Spring semester of ELEVATE starts on May 11th and takes place over three Saturday sessions (5/11, 5/18, and 5/25). Each session is from 3:30 to 5:00pm at Scholé Yoga Salt Lake. All sessions will be lead by senior Scholé Yoga Certified Teacher Ashley St. John and feature a short warm-up which will include poses that target specific areas to prepare you for what comes next. Every week we will be exploring a different category of “advanced” yoga postures with detailed step by step breakdowns, as well as time to explore and practice yourself. ELEVATE creates the perfect opportunity to learn new postures, ask questions and get assistance and adjustments along the way.

Tuition is free for SYC members and just $79 for non-members, and includes all three weeks of the group sessions and access to exclusive online content! Please note that due to the progressive and personal nature of this program, “drop-ins” to single sessions is not permitted.

As with all other SYU courses, tuition assistance may be available (click here to learn more about our financing options). There are no prerequisites for this course, and practitioners 18 years and older of all ability levels are welcome and encouraged to attend.

Online enrollment is required and can be performed by selecting the button at the bottom of this section. If you would like to give ELEVATE to a friend or loved one as a gift, please email connect@scholeyoga.com to make arrangements. Please note that enrollment for this course is limited to just a small group of students in order to keep the teacher to student ratio low and ensure a world-class educational experience. As a result, this course usually sells out in advance.