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The current semester runs June 6-August 15, 2017 (10 weeks). Check the schedule and fee page for more information. To register online, click here.

Classes are offered in semester. Students register for one or two classes a week. Classes are on-going, you do not need to wait until the beginning of the next session to sign up. New students may join the classes at any time and receive a pro-rated fee. Any missed classes may be made up by attending another one. Those who are enrolled in consecutive
sessions may make up a missed class any time, during any semester, without an expiration.
Those who do not re-enroll should do the make up during the current session for which
they are enrolled. Drop-ins are always welcomed.

College Hill Yoga is an Iyengar Yoga program. Aaron Fleming, a Certified Iyengar Yoga Instructor, is the program director.

Iyengar Yoga is a form of Hatha Yoga created by the late B.K.S. Iyengar. This method of yoga helps develop greater self-awareness by encouraging students to practice with precision and integrate the subtleties of body, breath, and mind into their postures. Iyengar Yoga is rigorous and offers transformational results. Students of all ages, body types, and abilities can readily adapt to Iyengar Yoga. The use of props allows Iyengar Yoga to be accessible to all people at all stages of life and experience.

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1.7 pratyaksa anumana agamah pramanani

pratyaksa: direct perception anumana: inference agamah: texts or scriptures, a person who is a scriptural authority and whose word can be relied on pramanani: kinds of proof Correct knowledge is direct, inferred or proven as factual. There are three ways to know something correctly: you can know from your own direct perception, from deduction, from […]

1.5 vrttayah pancatayyah klista aklistah

vrttaya: movements pancatayyah: fivefold klista: painful aklista: non-painful The movements of consciousness are fivefold. They may be cognizable or non-cognizable, painful or non-painful. cognizable: perceptible, clearly identifiable. The movements of consciousness are either perceptible or not. They can either be painful or not painful.

1.4 vrtti sarupyam itaratra

vrtti: fluctuations, modifcation sarupyam: indetification itaratra: at other times At other times, the seer identifies with the fluctuation consciousness. When the consciousness is not stilled the seer gets caught up in the fluctuations. The fluctuations appear as a reverie which take one away from the present moment.