studio events and workshops

Karlito's Way - A Painfree Practice

Aug 9th—Karlito’s Way. A workshop with Karl Notargiovanni. This workshop aims to reduce pain or limitations in movement, to improve physical function, and to promote general wellbeing by increasing students’ awareness of themselves and by expanding students’ movement repertoire. 

Increasing a person’s kinesthetic and proprioceptive self-awareness of functional movement could lead to increased function, reduced pain, and greater ease and pleasure of movement. The workshop is experiential, providing tools for self-observation through movement enquiry.

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12:45pm - 2:45pm
$20 regular  |  $15 student  |  $10 autorenewers


Sara & Dina in Costa Rica

November / December 2014! 
November 29th - December 6th-Peace, Power, and Play. Time to think about a Costa Rican yoga retreat. Join Dina T. and Sara Gallagher in this awesome opportunity to beat the depths of winter and instead, dive deeper into your practice, your power, and of course, the waves of Costa Rica!!! 
Contact Sara at 514.544.9642 or

African Safari with Dina T. and NYC

Join MODO YOGA NYC + MOKSHA MONTREAL for an experience that will change your life.
October 11th - 18th, 2014
In the Green Hills of Kenya, Africa
For more information and to register:
email  +1 (212) 780.9642
or +1 (514) 288.3863
If you are searching for the African safari of your dreams while deepening your yoga practice and making a difference for the local community, this is the yoga safari for you!
Over the last year, Modo Yoga NYC and Moksha Montreal have been actively engaged in supporting the Maasai Wilderness Conservation Trust (MWCT), an organization committed to conservation and sustainable development.  We have decided to offer a yoga safari to further connect our community to the work of the MWCT, integrating yoga, consciousness and conservation into a yoga safari like no other. This is home of East Africa’s most iconic wildlife including lions, elephants, leopards, zebra and giraffes. With wildlife roaming in abundance, massive granite cliffs rising above the rivers, lava flows cutting across the plains, a deep and mysterious cloud forest on the crest of the emerald hills, and breathtaking views of Mount Kilimanjaro, this is truly one of the world’s greatest wildernesses.
The land contains important resources not just for the people of Kuku, but offers habitat reserves, forests that are carbon sinks, and rivers and springs that supply fresh water to more than 7 million people living in and around the port city of Mombasa, Kenya’s second largest city.
In partnership with the Maasai community of Kuku Group Ranch and Campi ya Kanzi, you will be able to dive into your yoga practice with co-founders of Modo Yoga NYC and Moksha Yoga Montreal.