Sean Haleen is a celebrated Hatha yoga teacher and practitioner, and an adjunct faculty member here at Scholé Yoga University. His focus on alignment and the use of props and nuanced refinement of physical posture is the perfect compliment to the Scholé System, and we are thrilled to host him for a weekend of workshops and playful practice. 


Friday 2/10/17: Standing Poses and Hamstrings

6:00 PM - 8:00 PM // Pay What You Can*

Standing poses are the most common of all yoga poses. Sometimes small misalignments can stop us from making the most of these wondrously invigorating poses. Come learn how to make the most of your standing postures with a focus on releasing the back of your legs. Appropriate for all levels.

*Seriously. Even just $5 is great. We want this experience to be accessible to everyone.


Saturday 2/11/17: Backbends

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM // $30

Backbends are the counterpose to our hunched over lives. Because these poses move the body in such a counter intuitive way, they challenge us to our core. Learn how to backbend freely, effectively, and deeply through learning new poses and effective alignment to make all backbends feel great! Appropriate for all levels.


Saturday 2/11/17: Hips Openers and Twists

4:30 PM - 6:30 PM // $30

Hip openers are so popular because our lives can make our hips so tight! This workshop will focus on how to align your body in a way that opens your hips more effectively in every pose. Once we've unlocked the hips and free the spine, we'll explore some quirky and fun twists to finish the day off!


Sunday 2/12/17: ALL DAY Intensive // Seeing Bodies and Yourself

9:30 AM - 5:30 PM // $80

This day long intensive will include mythic stories, asana practice, partner work, and discussion. We will focus on learning how to see physiological patterns in different bodies and in ourselves. Understanding how and why the way we move will enable you to walk away more confident in seeing your students (if you're a teacher) and more aware of your tendencies in poses, posture, and life. This is appropriate for all levels though particularly helpful for teachers. 


Questions? Call 435.200.5265 to speak with a member of our faculty.