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Noah Mazé has been part of YogaGlo's faculty from its inception. Noah's fierce and compassionate dedication to yoga inspires and holds space for students to journey deeper into body, heart, mind, and spirit than they ever could have imagined. Noah is recognized around the world as an accomplished teacher of yoga teachers, and among the most advanced of yoga practitioners. Noah is the founder of YOGAMAZÉ, with headquarters and two locations in Los Angeles. He is ever formulating and evolving a meaningful yoga curriculum to serve yoga students and teachers worldwide as he circles the globe offering classes, workshops, and intensives. Known for his clarity, study with Noah presents students with powerful opportunities to gain tangible yoga knowledge, which they can immediately apply to improve their focus, strength, and abilities.

Noah began a regular practice of hatha yoga when he was 14 years old. Raised in the philosophy and practice of yoga, Noah grew up in Boulder, Colorado, where his parents practiced a tradition of meditation. Initially, Noah studied and practiced Ashtanga Vinyasa with Richard Freeman. Early on, he was honored to study with Pattabhi Jois, and Senior Iyengar Yoga Teacher, Manouso Manos. Noah completed his first Anusara Yoga teacher training in 1999, and was certified in the then growing style of Anusara Yoga in 2002. Today Noah studies extensively with Tantric scholar Douglas R. Brooks. Noah boasts a bachelor's degree in Outdoor Education and Leadership, having worked for several years teaching teens and young adults life and technical skills through wilderness journeys. Always a student, Noah continues his yoga education and studies with teachers of all yoga styles and traditions.

Home in Los Angeles, Noah offers weekly classes and in depth programming at YOGAMAZÉ Studio 169. He is blessed to share life with his wife, Tracy, his two children, Madeleine (6) and Oliver (3), and two rescued four leggeds.

Recent classes

Use drills and skills to help you find balance in your handstands both at and away from the wall. Begin with core work to build strength and awareness in your core and hip flexors. Next, work at the wall doing different drills to find your strength and balance. Practice cartwheeling to learn an exit strategy. Finally balance on your hands in the middle of the room. Props Needed: A bolster and wall space.
Practice Focus: Inversions

Level 2-3 30 min
All roads lead to bridge pose (setu bandha sarvangasana). Use step by step sequencing and a variety of props, drills and skills to build your bridge like you never have before. Work long holds using the props to help you get into the poses and stay there in a supported way. Props Needed: Three blankets, two blocks, a bolster, a strap, a chair and a thin mat.
Practice Focus: Backbends & Inversions

Level 2 60 min
Build heat and momentum with quick vinyasa sequences punctuated with standing and arm balancing pose holds to build focus. Get going right away with surya namaskar A and B. Standing poses are linked together in a challenging way as you move from utthita hasta padangusthasana through various standing poses. Finish with energizing backbends. Prop Needed: A block.

Level 2 45 min

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