Rebekah Nagy’s Single Class Monthly
Rebekah’s teaching reflects enthusiastic wonder and reverence for the body, as well as her conviction that attention, breath, and movement are some of the simplest and most profound ways we can explore who we are. Her classes feature an anatomy, philosophy, or alignment focus, thoughtful sequencing, and space within the form of āsana for exploring one’s own inner or emergent alignment. Her offerings draw from vinyasa, nondual philosophy, somatics, restorative, yin, and self-massage/myofascial care. Classes are open to all practice levels.
Included in your membership:
1 new live class with replay each month
- Live classes typically held on Sundays on or around the new moon, from 4:30-6p PT / 7:30-9p ET
- You can replay each month’s class as much as you like for 7 days
About tiered pricing:
We believe in honoring the value of teaching and offering a practice that is accessible. Our tiered pricing system is self-determined. In deciding which price feels most appropriate to you, consider your social location (proximity to power and privilege), so that we can collectively move towards equity. If you are relatively stable financially, please pay the standard price. If you need to pay less for any reason, we encourage you to pay the community price.
Yoga, movement, and somatic practices have shaped my life, teaching me the power of my own presence, attention, adaptability, and resilience. These changes in my self-conception are an ever-unfolding surprise, and should be available to everyone. Being part of the Connective means aligning my vocation with conscious ways of organizing ourselves collectively, supporting teachers with a living wage and offering students better quality instruction, as we divest ourselves of oppressive structures which have had their time.
As a teacher, my project is to keep getting really clear about how the language we use carries hidden assumptions about our bodies from societal values of hierarchy, mechanization, and dualism. Teaching is itself a practice, and I create a clear container in which my students may have their own experiences, so that I may meet each of them in their individuality. I ground suggestions of spirituality in present-moment-felt-experience and whole-body inquiry, the material from which all spiritual practice is emergent. My passion is resting in the space of inquiry together, rather than in needing to know or have all of the answers.
I live off-grid in the Sierra Foothills, where my partner and I abide by regenerative farming principles. We grow some of our staple food and raise chickens, ducks, and geese, and share our home with four amazing cats.