Sep
15
to Sep 25

TORONTO KAIUT YOGA CLASSES

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SCHEDULE

Class will be held daily from September 15th to September 25th from 4:30-5:30pm.  

No experience is required. All props are supplied.

You may take single classes, or purchase an 11 class pass and attend each day of the event at a discounted daily rate. If you are interested in a more immersive experience, please join the 11 day training program. It is for teachers and non-teachers (people simply seeking to understand this method more deeply for their own practice) alike. CLICK HERE to learn more.

PRICING

$25 +tax per single class. Please arrive 10-15 minutes prior to start of class to complete a standard waiver form. 

$220 Cdn. + tax per 11 class pass. There is an early bird price of $200 for the class pass available until August 1 2018. 

REGISTRATION

CLICK HERE. You will be taken to MindBody, a secure external online processing site, and will need to create a free account with them. 

CANCELLATION POLICY:

Classes are non-refundable and non-transferable.

In the event that Kaiut Yoga Ltd. is required to cancel an event, 100% of the event fee will be refunded. It is the responsibility of the attendee to purchase travel insurance for travel costs, as desired.

LOCATION

The George (A George Brown College Residence)
80 Cooperage Street, 2nd Floor
Toronto, ON  M5A 0J3

FAQ

TRAVEL

You can fly into Toronto's Pearson International Airport (take a taxi right to your accommodation OR the UP Express train to downtown Toronto followed by the subway or streetcar or taxi). You can also fly into Buffalo NY and then take a shuttle bus to Toronto (search online as there are a variety of options). For people from outside Canada, please remember you need a passport with min. 6 months from expiry.

Where can I stay in Toronto?

Air B’n B and VRBO are a great options, as well as HomeStay. Hotels in the area include the newly renovated luxury boutique Broadview HotelNovotel Toronto Centre, and One King West Hotel & Residences (with rooms and suites).

How do I get around Toronto?

Downtown Toronto is very walkable. If the weather isn’t to your liking, there is the subway and street car system, and there is also an underground PATH through much of the downtown core. And of course there are taxis and uber. As well as Cars2Go and BikeShare.

What is the restaurant scene like in Toronto?

Toronto has everything from cheap eats to clean food to foodies hot spots. Toronto is also the most culturally diverse city in the world so you can find every kind of ethnic cuisine here.

Attractions

In the area: Canary DistrictSt. Lawrence MarketThe Historic Distillery DistrictCorktown CommonMore....

Can I get to Niagara Falls easily from Toronto?

Yes. And it is a spectacular site in any season. Winter is my favourite. It is a 90 minute drive (outside of rush hour traffic). There are the traditional rental car companies as well as zipcar pickup locations all over the city. Or there are tour companies that make it easy. Tryniagarafallsbustours.ca or mynmagaratours.com.

For questions regarding events, please reach out to Alex at +1-647-822-YOGA (9642) or Alejandra@kaiutyoga.com

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Oct
9
to Oct 16

TELLURIDE CLASSES with FRANCISCO KAIUT - October 9 -16 2018

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Francisco will be teaching public classes in Telluride while in town for the teacher training.

SCHEDULE

October 9 to October 16

Daily classes from 9am - 10am and 4:30pm - 5:30pm

LOCATION

Kaiut Yoga Telluride
238 E. Colorado Avenue
2nd Floor
Telluride, CO  81435

Directions

Entrance is on the S. Willow patio on the east-facing side of the US Bank building, across the street from the Post Office.  

REGISTRATION

Click here to register. You also have the option to join any class as a drop-in however Francisco's classes typically sell out ahead. Classes are non-refundable and non-transferable.

CLASSES CANCELLATION POLICY:

Classes with Francisco are non-refundable and non-transferable.

INQUIRIES

For more information please contact Yvonne@Kaiutyogatelluride.com or 970-729-2354.

TRAVEL

The closest airport is Montrose Regional Airport (MTJ). Ground transportation service from all area airports (i.e.Telluride, Montrose, Grand Junction, Cortez, Durango) is provided by Telluride Express (tellurideexpress.com) or 888-211-8294.

PLACES TO STAY

Camel's Garden Hotel
250 W. San Juan Avenue
(970)728-9300
(mention Kaiut Yoga Telluride for corporate discount)

The Mountainside Inn
333 S. Davis Street
(800)376-9769
(mention 'Repeat Business Customer' for 10% discount) 

 

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Oct
30
to Nov 6

AMSTERDAM CLASSES with FRANCISCO KAIUT

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Two classes will be held daily from October 30th to November 6th, 2018 at 9:00am - 10:00am and 4:30am - 5:30pm

No experience is required. All props are supplied.

You may take single classes, or purchase an 8 class pass and attend each day of the event at a discounted daily rate. If you are interested in a more immersive experience , please join the 8 day training program. It is for teachers and non-teachers (people simply seeking to understand this method more deeply for their own practice) alike. CLICK HERE to learn more.

PRICING

€22.50 for a single class. Please arrive 10-15 minutes prior to start of class to complete a standard waiver form. 

€155.00 for an 8 class pass.

REGISTRATION

****CLICK HERE(TBC KARS TO PROVIDE). You will be taken to MindBody, a secure external online processing site, and will be required to create a free account with them.

CLASS SCHEDULE

09.00-10.00 and 16.30-17.30 on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday

08.30-9.30 and 16.00-17.00 on Friday

12.00-13.00 and 19.30-20.30 on Saturday and Sunday

CLASSES CANCELLATION POLICY:

Classes are non-refundable and non-transferable.

LOCATION

De Nieuwe Yogaschool B.V.
Laurierstraat 109 (Jordan district)
1016 PL Amsterdam
https://denieuweyogaschool.nl/

FAQ

TRAVEL

Amsterdam is very easy to reach by plane, train, car or even boat. The award-winning Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is centrally located and flies to 323 destinations.

All the information you need to get around Amsterdam you can find here.

Where can I stay in Amsterdam?

Check out the following links for accommodation ideas in the Jordan District. There are also many good Air B’nB options in the area.

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Accommodation ideas 2

Accommodation ideas 3

What is the restaurant scene like in Amsterdam?

Amsterdam is filled with amazing restaurants and cuisines. Both cheap eats and indulgences are easy to find. For lunch during the training, you have the option to eat at the amazing organic vegan restaurant at the studio or you can go out.

Attractions

Check out Tripadvisor here

There’s a never ending selection of things to do in Amsterdam in any weather, with many of the most rewarding experiences to be found when you step out of the well-trodden tourist paths of the city centre. So whether you’re visiting for the weekend or a fortnight, here’s your essential checklist of the best Amsterdam attractions and unmissable experiences.

Many of the attractions and experiences below are covered by the I Amsterdam City Card - a handy visitor pass which gets you free entry to dozens of museums and attractions, plus free public transport for the duration of your stay.

Hop on your bike

There are over 800,000 bicycles in Amsterdam. That’s more bikes than people! Cycling in Amsterdam is a way of life, made easier by the city’s unbeatable network of cycle routes and flat landscape. Amsterdam regularly comes out on top in lists of the world’s most cycle-friendly cities, and there’s no finer way to explore the city’s streets, canals and attractions than by pedal power. Cycling in Amsterdam is safe, enjoyable and invigorating - so join the locals and hop on your bike. Find out more about cycling and bike hire in Amsterdam.

Get lost in the arty Jordaan

Often cited as Amsterdam’s most charming neighborhood, wandering into the Jordaan feels like stepping back in time. Originally a working class area, the Jordaan’s narrow streets and quaint buildings now make up one of Amsterdam’s most desirable quarters, dotted with independent art galleries, antiques shops, courtyard gardens and atmospheric bars and restaurants. Ditch the map and lose yourself in the labyrinth of narrow lanes that sprawl eastwards from Prinsengracht canal known as the 9 Streets; one of Amsterdam's most rewarding shopping experiences.

Soak up some culture in Museumplein

Home to the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum and the Stedelijk Museum of Modern Art, Museumplein is the cultural beating heart of Amsterdam. Having recently been renovated to a world class standard, the leafy 19th century district of Oud-Zuid is an art lover’s utopia, and the open square between the buildings pulses with activity all day; with open-air exhibitions, markets and a large paddling pool to dip your toes into on warmer days. In the winter months, the square transforms with a vast outdoor ice rink.   

Alternative tip: Escape the crowds at Amsterdam's biggest museums by checking out some of the city's lesser known - but no less worthy - museums, such as FOAM photography museum, the spectacular Tropenmuseum, and the Willet Holthuysen, where you can explore the perfectly preserved home of a rich Golden Age family.

Catch the ferry to Amsterdam North

Many visitors to Amsterdam never manage to venture north of Amsterdam Central Station- which is a shame, considering the vibrant food, drink and cultural scene that’s burgeoned across the water, along the banks of the IJ. A short (free) ferry trip will take you to a number of drop off points including cultural hotspot NDSM, where you can enjoy a host of hip waterside hangouts, frequent festivals and events.

Take a canal cruise

Created in the 17th century to keep the sea at bay, Amsterdam’s UNESCO protected canal belt is the quintessential picture-postcard vision of Amsterdam, and an unbelievably pretty sight by both day and night - when the bridges are lit up by fairy lights and the whole area takes on a magical feel. Floating along the canals by guided boat tour is a great way to get under the fabric of the city, and you’ll learn lots of fascinating facts along the way – such as why the tilting homes along the canals are known as ‘dancing houses’. There are many different canal cruises to choose from, from hop-on-hop-off sightseeing tours to atmospheric candlelit night time cruises with food and wine. Get a free canal cruise with the I Amsterdam City Card, or book a canal cruise online with the Canal Cruise Ticket.

Try herring from a herring cart

Raw herring may sound a little scary to the uninitiated, but every visitor to Amsterdam should give it a go. You’ll spot haringhandels (herring carts) serving up this Dutch specialty all over the city - ask for a ‘broodje haring’ to get the fish served in a small sandwich with pickles and onions. The best time to try raw herring is between May and July when the herring is said to be at its sweetest.

Still hungry? See if you can taste your way through all of these traditional Dutch snacks during your visit

Discover Amsterdam's independent shopping streets

While many visitors head straight to the busy chain-store mecca of Kalverstraat, those in the know get their retail therapy at one of the city's more locally flavoured shopping meccas. The most well known of these is De Negen Straatjes or ‘The Nine Streets’ ate a quaint warren of cobbled streets that connect the main canals between Leidsegracht and Raadhuisstraat. Here you’ll find over 200 retailers, including a fine selection of independent boutiques, vintage shops and specialty stores selling everything from designer dresses to handmade cosmetics. You'll find a similar shopping experience with less crowds on the hip Haarlemmerdijk, the Utrechtsestraat, or the delightful Czaar Peterstraat in Amsterdam East.   

Alternative tip: If you’re looking for souvenirs to take home, skip the tourist traps and shop for authentic Dutch design and quality Amsterdam brands at the Local Goods Store in De Hallen or the I Amsterdam Store in Central Station.

Visit Anne Frank House

Reflect on the atrocities committed against the Jewish people during World War II at the Prinsengracht house where diarist Anne Frank and her family hid from the Nazis for two years after feeling persecution in Germany. The front of the house is now a thought-provoking museum but the back annex has been preserved to give an idea of what life was like for Anne and the families she hid with. Waiting times are often lengthy; so visit early in the morning or book online in advance to beat the queues. Find out more about visiting Anne Frank House.

Go beer tasting under a windmill

There are eight remaining windmills in Amsterdam, the most easy to visit being de Gooyer in the Oostelijke Eilanden (Eastern Islands) neighborhood. And this isn’t just any windmill – for under the sails of this striking landmark is Brouwerij‘t Ij; an award winning artisan microbrewery with a large outdoor drinking terrace and 30-minute guided tasting tours. The brewery produces a range of organic standard and seasonal ales that you'll find in many Amsterdam bars, though nothing tastes quite as good as beer brewed on the premises. Find more of the city's top craft beer bars and microbreweries.

Immerse yourself in food, drink and culture at Westergasbafriek

Located at Westerpark, this sprawling complex of former industrial buildings used to be the city’s municipal gasworks. Now transformed into a colorful cultural hub, Westergasfabriek is home to a variety of tempting bars, restaurants, coffee roasters, a microbrewery, art house cinema, and a whole host of creative businesses. Look out for regular food markets, mini festivals and events held here, such as the vibrant Sunday market held on the first Sunday of every month.

Wake up and smell the tulips

Yes, they’re as clichéd as clogs, but Tulips are a definitive symbol of Dutch culture, and a trip to the Netherlands wouldn’t be complete without feasting your eyes on these beautiful blooms. The most famous place to buy tulips and bulbs in Amsterdam is at the Bloemenmarkt – the world’s only floating flower market which lines the Singel with colourful flower stalls. If you’re visiting Amsterdam in spring, then take the short 20-minute trip out to the world famous tulip fields (Bollenstreek) – stretching out in colorful stripes across miles of lowland fields between Harleem and Leiden.

Discover Amsterdam’s park life

With over 30 parks to choose from, you’ll never be short of a picnic spot in Amsterdam. More than just leafy escapes from the urban hustle, parks are at the heart of Amsterdam culture – and every time the sun rears its head you’ll see locals packing up the disposable barbecue and bunting and heading down to their nearest garden. The 47 acre Vondelpark is the largest; housing an outdoor theatre with live concerts in summer, three bars and restaurants and a range of other attractions. Other notable parks are the cultural hub of Westerpark, Sarphatipark in De Pijp and Rembrandtpark in the West – home to the oldest petting zoo in the city.

Take a day trip from Amsterdam

If you’re in town for more than a few days, then head out of the city to explore the diverse attractions of the surrounding area. Just a short hop from Amsterdam lies a rich landscape of gorgeous countryside, beaches, castles, windmills and historic towns – all easily reachable from the city center. Just 20 minutes from Amsterdam Central by train, the picturesque city of Haarlem overflows with history and culture, plus a great selection of shops, cafes and restaurants.  In the surrounding countryside you’ll also find plenty of old castles, fortified towns and ruins, of which Muiden is one of the most spectacular examples. And if lying on a beach is more your thing, then the beautiful golden stretches at Bloemendaal aan Zee and Zandvoort aan Zee will be happy to oblige with golden sands, dunes and plenty of watersports. Find out more about the best day trips from Amsterdam.

Soak up some local flavour in Amsterdam’s neighborhoods

To experience the real Amsterdam, step out of the touristy center and discover the city’s many charming neighborhoods – each with their own distinct personality. From the lively food, drink and shopping hotspots of De Pijp to the 19th century elegance of De Plantage and the vibrant multiculturalism of Oosterpark, there’s so much to discover when you stray from the well trodden path. Head to our Amsterdam neighborhood guide to find out more.

Visit a market in Amsterdam

Whether you’re looking to snag a bargain, try some local delicacies or just soak up the atmosphere, visiting one of the many markets in Amsterdam is a unique and unforgettable experience. Markets selling everything from antiques to books and artisan food to vintage clothes are held all over the city every day. Some of the most popular Amsterdam markets include the Albert Cuypmarket in De Pijp (Mon - Sat) Lindengracht market in the Jordaan (Saturdays), and the Waterlooplein flea market (Mon – Sat).

Alternative tip: For treasure hunting opportunities galore, look out for the IJ Hallen flea market, held once a month in a huge warehouse at NDSM Wharf.

Eat your way around 30 food stalls in a former tram depot

Located in the hip Oud-West neighborhood, De Hallen is a brand new center for the arts, crafts, fashion and food in a recently refurbished industrial building dating from 1902. De Hallen houses a cinema, independent stores and a boutique hotel, as well as the impressive Food Hallen – a food and drink heaven where visitors can munch their way through a selection of upmarket street food from one of many vendors located around a central bar. Every other weekend, a fortnightly local goods market sets up stall in the building’s central passageway.

Come face to face with original Van Goghs

No trip to Amsterdam could be complete without paying homage to Dutch impressionist Vincent Van Gogh. The modern building on Museumplein is home to more than 1000 of the artist’s paintings,  drawings and letters, and offers visitors the chance to not only get up close and personal with some of his instantly recognizable works, but also to track his development and learn more about the artists who inspired – and were inspired by – him. Find out more about visiting the Van Gogh Museum and get free entry to the Van Gogh museum with the I Amsterdam City Card.

Discover a secret courtyard in the heart of the city

The Begijnhof is one of Amsterdam’s oldest inner courtyards, and is a surprisingly tranquil escape from the city commotion. Formerly home to the Beguines – a group of unmarried religious women who chose to live together in a close community – this quaint medieval enclosed court houses a group of historical buildings arranged around a central green, including the oldest wooden house in Amsterdam. It’s a surreal experience and well worth finding the discreet entrance via the Begijnensteeg, off the Kalverstraat.

Alternative tip: Explore some really secret courtyards during Open Garden Days, when some of Amsterdam's most impressive private canal houses open up their normally-hidden gardens to the public for one weekend every June.

Visit the EYE across the IJ

Dominating the view from the southern shore of the IJ behind Central Station, this striking white building has rapidly become one of Amsterdam’s most iconic landmarks since it opened in Spring 2012. An absolute must for film fans, the EYE Film Institute houses a permanent exhibition space which showcases retrospectives and contemporary exhibits, as well as a vast film library, cinema and fabulous restaurant bar with a terrace overlooking the water. Catch the free ’Buiksloterwg’ ferry from behind Central Station, which takes three minutes. Get free entry to the EYE film museum with the I Amsterdam City Card.

BODY WORLDS

Amsterdam will take you on a fascinating journey through the human body. The exhibition displays real plastinated bodies, giving you a unique peek into our anatomy and how our bodies work. This original attraction has enjoyed international success all over the world, with tours in more than 100 cities in Europe, America, Africa and Asia. It has drawn more than 40 million visitors since it began in 1995. Diverse and educational themes.

The Rijksmuseum

is the largest art museum in the Netherlands and boasts an impressive collection of world famous works by such masters as Vincent Van Gogh, Johannes Vermeer, Frans Hals and Rembrandt van Rijn. After an extensive 10-year renovation project, the Rijksmuseum was re-inaugurated in 2013 by then-Queen Beatrix. The building is located in the heart of Amsterdam’s Museumplein, where you’ll also find the Stedelijk and the Van Gogh Museum, as well as the Royal Concertgebouw, which is often regarded as one of the best concert halls in the world. Book your tickets today and discover the wonders of this Dutch national treasure!

Visit one of the Netherlands’ most cherished attractions!

The current building of the Rijksmuseum, designed by Dutch architect Pierre Cuypers, first opened its doors in 1885 and has been a national heritage site since 1970. The recent renovation project has followed in the footsteps of similar initiatives by world museums such as the Tate Modern in London and the Louvre in Paris, in terms of combining the old with the modern. The atrium features a high glass ceiling and spacious, contemporary architecture which blends uniquely with the traditional red-brick walls. The collection contains more than one million pieces and has about eight thousand paintings, sculptures and historical artifacts on display, spanning from the year 1200 to the present. Some of the most notable works include Rembrandt’s The Night Watch (1642), Vermeer’s The Milkmaid (1647) and one of Van Gogh’s untitled self-portraits (1887).

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Jul
16
to Aug 4

BOULDER CLASSES with FRANCISCO KAIUT - July & August 2018

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SCHEDULE

 

Monday July 16th through Saturday July 21st

6:00pm - 7:00pm

Cultivated Healing

3990 Broadway Ste. D

Boulder, CO 80304

 

Monday July 23rd & Tuesday July 24th

9:00am, 2:00pm, 7:00pm

The Nevei Kodesh Jewish Renewal Community Centre

1925 Glenwood Drive

Boulder, CO 80304

 

Tuesday July 31st & Wednesday August 1st

9:00am, 2:00pm, 7:00pm

The Nevei Kodesh Jewish Renewal Community Centre

1925 Glenwood Drive

Boulder, CO 80304

 

Thursday August 2nd through Saturday August 4th

6:00pm - 7:00pm

Cultivated Healing

3990 Broadway Ste. D

Boulder, CO 80304

 

$35 per class. $30 for members.

There is both a 5 class pass for $160 ($32 per class) and a 10 class pass for $250 ($25 per class) available for Francisco’s classes that expire only after one year. Passes can be used at BOTH Nevei Kodesh and Cultivated Healing. Francisco will be back in Boulder several times in the coming year.

Pre-registration is recommended. Drop in's can be accommodated as space allows.

Click here to register
 

FAQ

CLICK HERE

INQUIRIES

If you have any questions please call us at +1.647.822.YOGA (9642) or email info@kaiutyoga.com

CANCELLATION POLICY

Due to the nature of Francisco’s classes, they are non-refundable and non-transferable. Thank you for your understanding.

In the event that Kaiut Yoga Ltd. is required to cancel an event, 100% of the event fee will be refunded. It is the responsibility of the attendee to purchase travel insurance for travel costs, as desired.

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May
27
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BOULDER CLASSES with FRANCISCO KAIUT - MAY & JUNE 2018

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SCHEDULE

 

KAIUT YOGA BOULDER STUDIO

Sunday, May 27th 9:00am & 1:00pm

The Nevei Kodesh Jewish Renewal Community
1925 Glenwood Drive
Boulder, CO 80304

 

Monday, May 28th 2:00pm & 7:00pm

The Nevei Kodesh Jewish Renewal Community
1925 Glenwood Drive
Boulder, CO 80304

Tuesday May 29th  9:00am, 2:00pm & 7:00pm

The Nevei Kodesh Jewish Renewal Community
1925 Glenwood Drive
Boulder, CO 80304

 

Wednesday May 30th 9:00am & 2:00pm

The Nevei Kodesh Jewish Renewal Community
1925 Glenwood Drive
Boulder, CO 80304

 

Thursday May 31st 6:00pm - 7:00pm

CULTIVATED HEALING STUDIO IN BOULDER
3990 Broadway Ste. D
Boulder, CO 80304

 

Friday June 1st 6:00pm - 7:00pm

CULTIVATED HEALING STUDIO IN BOULDER
3990 Broadway Ste. D
Boulder, CO 80304

 

Saturday June 2nd 6:00pm - 7:00pm

CULTIVATED HEALING STUDIO IN BOULDER
3990 Broadway Ste. D
Boulder, CO 80304

 

$35 per class. $30 for members.

5 class pass for $160 ($32 per class) as well as a 10 class pass for $250 ($25 per class) that expire only after one year and can be used at both Kaiut Yoga Boulder and Cultivated Healing. Francisco will be back in Boulder several times in the coming year.

CLICK HERE to register. Pre-registration is recommended. Drop in's can be accommodated as space allows.

 

FAQ

CLICK HERE.

INQUIRIES

If you have any questions please call us at +1-647-822-YOGA (9642) or email info@kaiutyogaitnernational.com.

CANCELLATION POLICY

Classes with Francisco are non-refundable and non-transferable.

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May
15
to May 22

TELLURIDE CLASSES with FRANCISCO KAIUT - May 2018

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Francisco will be teaching public classes in Telluride while in town for the teacher training.

SCHEDULE

May 15 to May 22

Daily classes from 9am - 10am, 4:30pm - 5:30pm and 6:00pm - 7:00pm

LOCATION

Kaiut Yoga Telluride
238 E. Colorado Avenue
2nd Floor
Telluride, CO  81435

Directions

Entrance is on the S. Willow patio on the east-facing side of the US Bank building, across the street from the Post Office.  

REGISTRATION

Click here to register. You also have the option to join any class as a drop-in however Francisco's classes typically sell out ahead. Classes are non-refundable and non-transferable.

CLASSES CANCELLATION POLICY:

Classes with Francisco are non-refundable and non-transferable.

INQUIRIES

For more information please contact Yvonne@Kaiutyogatelluride.com or 970-729-2354.

TRAVEL

The closest airport is Montrose Regional Airport (MTJ). Ground transportation service from all area airports (i.e.Telluride, Montrose, Grand Junction, Cortez, Durango) is provided by Telluride Express (tellurideexpress.com) or 888-211-8294.

PLACES TO STAY

Camel's Garden Hotel
250 W. San Juan Avenue
(970)728-9300
(mention Kaiut Yoga Telluride for corporate discount)

The Mountainside Inn
333 S. Davis Street
(800)376-9769
(mention 'Repeat Business Customer' for 10% discount) 

 

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Apr
18
to Apr 25

Classes with Francisco Kaiut in Colorado USA

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We are thrilled to share that Francisco will be teaching classes in Colorado in April.

Classes are one hour long and $35 per class ($30 for studio members). For the Boulder classes, there is both a 5 class pass for $160 ($32 per class) as well as a 10 class pass for $250 ($25 per class) that expire only after one year.

BROOMFIELD

April 18th & 19th

9:30, 4:30pm and 6pm

Kaiut Yoga Broomfield
26 Garden Center
Suite 3A
Broomfield, CO  80020

Register here

 

BOULDER

April 23rd to April 25th

April 23rd - 9AM, 7PM
April 24th - 9AM, 2PM and 7PM
April 25th - 9AM, 2PM and 7PM

Nevei Kodesh

 1925 Glenwood Dr, Boulder, CO 80304, USA

Register here

April 26th to 28th

6pm

Cultivated Healing (above the Bakery in the Lucky Market Plaza)

3990 Broadway Road, Suite D

Register here

*Class passes purchased in Boulder can be used at either venue, 1925 Glenwood Dr., or 3990 Broadway Road, on any date.

CANCELLATION POLICY:

Classes with Francisco are non-refundable and non-transferable.

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Apr
8
to Apr 15

Toronto Kaiut Yoga Classes - April 2018

  • The George (A George Brown Residence) (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
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Three classes will be held daily from April 8th to April 15th from 9-10am, 4:30-5:30pm and 6-7pm.

No experience is required. All props are supplied.

You may take single classes, or purchase an 8 class pass and attend each day of the event at a discounted daily rate. If you are interested in a more immersive experience , please join the 8 day training program. It is for teachers and non-teachers (people simply seeking to understand this method more deeply for their own practice) alike. CLICK HERE to learn more.

PRICING

$25 +tax per single class. Please arrive 10-15 minutes prior to start of class to complete a standard waiver form. 

$160 Cdn. + tax per 8 class pass. If you would like to attend all 3 classes a day you will need three 8 Class Passes. There is an early bird price of $140 for the class pass available until Feb 1 2018. 

REGISTRATION

CLICK HERE. You will be taken to MindBody, a secure external online processing site, and will need to create a free account with them. 

CLASSES CANCELLATION POLICY:

Classes are non-refundable and non-transferable.

LOCATION

The George (A George Brown College Residence)
80 Cooperage Street, 2nd Floor
Toronto, ON  M5A 0J3

FAQ

TRAVEL

You can fly into Toronto's Pearson International Airport (take a taxi right to your accommodation OR the UP Express train to downtown Toronto followed by the subway or streetcar or taxi). You can also fly into Buffalo NY and then take a shuttle bus to Toronto (search online as there are a variety of options). For people from outside Canada, please remember you need a passport with min. 6 months from expiry.

Where can I stay in Toronto?

Air B’n B and VRBO are a great options, as well as HomeStay. Hotels in the area include the newly renovated luxury boutique Broadview Hotel, Novotel Toronto Centre, and One King West Hotel & Residences (with rooms and suites).

How do I get around Toronto?

Downtown Toronto is very walkable. If the weather isn’t to your liking, there is the subway and street car system, and there is also an underground PATH through much of the downtown core. And of course there are taxis and uber. As well as Cars2Go and BikeShare.

What is the restaurant scene like in Toronto?

Toronto has everything from cheap eats to clean food to foodies hot spots. Toronto is also the most culturally diverse city in the world so you can find every kind of ethnic cuisine here.

Attractions

In the area: Canary DistrictSt. Lawrence Market, The Historic Distillery District, Corktown Common. More....

Can I get to Niagara Falls easily from Toronto?

Yes. And it is a spectacular site in any season. Winter is my favourite. It is a 90 minute drive (outside of rush hour traffic). There are the traditional rental car companies as well as zipcar pickup locations all over the city. Or there are tour companies that make it easy. Try niagarafallsbustours.ca or mynmagaratours.com.

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Jan
4
to Jan 7

Boulder Classes with Francisco Kaiut - January 2018

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Francisco will be teaching public classes in Boulder while in town for the teacher training.

CLASSES

Thursday, January 4th 2018  9:00-10:00am and 4:00-5:00pm

Friday, January 5th 2018  9:00-10:00am and 4:00-5:00pm

Saturday, January 6th 2018  9:00-10:00am and 4:00-5:00pm

Sunday, January 7th 2018  9:00-10:00am only

LOCATION

Yoga Loft. 633 South Broadway, Unit N Boulder, CO 80305

Click here to register. You also have the option to join any class as a drop-in.

For more information please contact the event host at info@yogaloftboulder.com or 720-612-4321. 

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Oct
19
to Oct 22

Boulder Classes with Francisco Kaiut

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Francisco will be teaching public classes in Boulder while in town for the teacher training.

CLASSES

Thursday, October 19th 2017  9:00-10:00am and 4:00-5:00pm

Friday, October 20th 2017  9:00-10:00am and 4:00-5:00pm

Saturday, October 21st 2017  9:00-10:00am and 4:00-5:00pm

Sunday, October 22nd 2017  9:00-10:00am only

LOCATION

Yoga Loft. 633 South Broadway, Unit N Boulder, CO 80305

Click here to register. You also have the option to join any class as a drop-in.

For more information please contact the event host at info@yogaloftboulder.com or 720-612-4321. 

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Jul
18
to Jul 19

Telluride Classes with Francisco Kaiut

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When Francisco is teaching and speaking at the Telluride Yoga Festival this summer he will also be teaching a few classes at the Telluride Yoga Center. Space will be limited due to the festival buzz, so click here to pre-register.

The classes will be held Tuesday and Wednesday, July 18th and 19th.

What is Kaiut Yoga? with Francisco Kaiut
Tuesday, 9:00 am - 11:30 am
Class + Discussion: Explanation of the Kaiut method of yoga. A discussion of the modern day lifestyle and how it affects us.

What is Our Human Potential? with Francisco Kaiut
Tuesday, 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Class + Discussion: People are living longer than ever. Learn about Kaiut yoga and how it supports a graceful aging process. Francisco will discuss the importance of relaxation, sleep and inversions to the nervous and endocrine systems.

Flexibility and Rigidity: Understanding Restrictions and How They Develop
with Francisco Kaiut
Wednesday, 9:00 am - 11:30 am
Class + Discussion: How to identify and interact with the body's feedback.

Kaiut Yoga and You with Francisco Kaiut
Wednesday: 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Class + Discussion:
How to practice at home, the importance of sequences and Q&A

$50 USD/Class

Click here to pre-register.

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