Sunday, September 7, 2008

Hot Nude Yoga Returns! Nov 7-9

Written by Aaron Star
Hot Nude Yoga is about exploring boundaries, and taking inner steps towards greater freedom. To do this, Hot Nude Yoga teaches many different Yogic practices, including the sublime practices of Tantra. During the weekend we will explore these different aspects of Hot Nude Yoga, which includes Tantra – the sensuality of touch, the science and applications of mantra (sound), Kundalini/Shakti (the creative and sexual energy we all hold), and of course, Partner Yoga..

Aaron, when working with students in his classes, retreats, DVD’s, or workshops has shown many students how to fine tune their senses to experience that sublime erotic flow within you and its subtle energetic current while cultivating a deeper awareness of your inner sanctuary.

You will also be introduced to the principles of Alignment, and get to practice with different partners. Don't miss this opportunity to learn how to touch and promote harmony in yourself and others.

Each Yoga session will offer a different taste of what Yoga can offer you, and will help you to re-enter your life with more peace and tranquility. Although it is possible to take each session separately, it is recommended to attend the entire weekend, as each part builds on the last.

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Friday, Nov 7, - 7:00 PM - 9:30 PM (HNY Session)

Saturday, Nov 8, - 10:00 AM - 12:30 PM (Intro Partner)

(one hour for lunch - please bring some fruit or a light snack)

Saturday, Nov 8 - 1:30 PM - 4:00 PM (Tantra Yoga - the Yoga of Bliss)

Sunday, Nov 9 - 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM (Aaron's Surprise - it will be delicious!)

Register Now! Early Bird (Before Oct 17) - $130

After Oct 17 - $175 (Use the button below ONLY after Oct 17)

Monday, October 8, 2007

$50 - 30-Day Special

You can pay $15 for a drop in class, or pay $50 for unlimited classes taught by Buck in a 30-day period!

For 30-Day Pass, Click the Buy Now button below to purchase your classes.

Need more flexibility? Buy a 10-visit pass that's good for 1 full year!

  • Beginner's Naked Yoga - Monday 7pm
  • Experienced Naked Yoga - Wednesday 7pm
  • CoEd Clothed Yoga - Thursday 6:30pm
  • Beginner's Naked Yoga - Friday 6pm
  • CoEd Clothed Yoga - Saturday 9am

Mention the special to Buck at the beginning of class and you will receive a pass good for 30 days from the date of purchase!

Interested in joining us? Call 216-409-4161 or drop a line to:

Friday, August 10, 2007

About Buck's Naked Yoga

Classes are held at the "No Place Like Om" Yoga Studio at 5409 Detroit Avenue in Cleveland. During the approximately 75-minute class, you will stretch, strengthen, breathe, sweat, laugh, grunt, meditate and laugh.

We welcome all type of men at the classes. Other than being of legal adult age, all shapes, sizes, colors, ages, orientations, classifications and fitness levels are welcome to join us. There are a few gym bunnies, a few bears and a bunch of average guys. Trust us, you'll fit in. You'll meet some of the nicest guys at class, and we frequently go out afterwards for a bite to eat so that you can get to know the other students.

You don't have to be super-flexible. Perhaps you're just starting a fitness practice. Maybe you're wanting to enhance what you already know. Come to the beginner class and you'll still be challenged either way. Already have some yoga experience? You might want to consider our Experience Yoga classes on Wednesday evenings.

Buck's Naked Yoga is sponsored by Naked Workshops.

A Message From Buck

There are as many schools and types of yoga as there are varieties of dancing. If you're into county line dancing, taking ballet lessons probably won't float your boat.

If you're new to yoga or have tried yoga in the past but were dissatisfied, shop around. There are hundreds of teachers in Cleveland and each has his or her own style and type of yoga. The following is a description of the kind of yoga I'm into:

If you do not go within, you go without.

Yoga allows us to bring our body, mind and spirit into harmony as a way to experience mindfulness and compassion in our daily lives. The practice of hatha yoga involves physical exercises and postures (asanas) that improve our cardiovascular system, strengthen our muscles, stimulate all of our internal organs, energize our chakras (energy centers) and cleanse our entire body. It also includes breathing exercises that calm our nervous system and meditation and chanting that nurture calmness and mental clarity. The combination of these three aspects results in a sense of well-being, confidence, openheartedness, and patience.

Yoga is about the process. It is not competitive. Each day is a fresh start. You do not need to be a contortionist or a cast member of Cirque de Sole to derive benefit from a yoga practice. As a matter of fact, those who are less limber and physically fit will benefit more than those who are in top-notch shape.

Another important aspect of the kind of yoga I teach is the development of community. I want people in my classes to become comfortable with and eventually bonded to each other. I want to create hallowed ground wherever I teach and to create a supportive community. I incorporate partner poses into each session.

My sessions generally last 90 minutes and include some chanting and centering exercises in the first 10 minutes. I spend about sixty minutes doing asanas and then the remaining 20 minutes winding down and doing guided meditation.

When I began practicing yoga, I could have never imagined that the benefits would be so bountiful. I believe that you will find that over time your yoga practice will not only give you a stronger body, deeper breathing, and a more stabilized and spacious mind, but it will also awaken your senses and open your heart. All this is available to you if you employ a touch of courage, a bit of discipline, a lot of curiosity, and persistence.

Interested in joining us? Call 216-409-4161 or drop a line to: