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August 10–15, 2014 Sunday–Friday 5 nights

Camp Kula: Five Long Summer Days, Three Senior Kula Teachers, Total Immersion

Nikki Vilella, Alex Auder, and Kevin Courtney
Nikki Vilella

Nikki Vilella stumbled upon Manhattan’s Kula Yoga Project eight years ago and was hooked by the very first hip opener. Initially a teacher at Kula Tribeca, she is now codirector of Kula Williamsburg in Brooklyn.…
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Alex Auder

Alex Auder, a native New Yorker who grew up in the Chelsea Hotel—where her mother hosted kirtan in their apartment—has been teaching yoga for more than 15 years. She began teaching at the original Jivamukti…
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Kevin Courtney

Kevin Courtney is known for his innovative and spontaneous teaching style, weaving classical hatha yoga and contemporary vinyasa with kundalini kriyas and the ancient art of qigong. Inspired by Richard Freeman, Swami Satchidananda, and B.…
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For students who have been practicing regularly for at least 2 years and teachers of all styles of yoga.

Does the idea of going to a summer camp filled with daily yogic practice and studies, delicious whole foods, and running or hiking on wooded trails fill you with glee?

We started Camp Kula four years ago because we recognized that most urban practitioners are so consumed by their busy lives that it’s hard to fit in a 90-minute class. And while that class might have some chanting, pranayama, or meditation, the practice is mostly physical. At Kula, our practice is a vigorous, highly creative vinyasa form focusing mostly on asana, but we also know that yoga’s broad teachings have so much more to offer.

This immersion explores bandhas, kriyas, Vedantic philosophy, pranayama, yoga nidra, meditation, and chakra studies, and brings it all together in two daily Kula Flow classes. We even make time for a swim and a bonfire at the lake.

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