Invoke 100 Hour In-Depth Studies Course (SPRING)

This class is taught by:

Ahna Hoke

Ahna began practicing yoga in 1995 in her central Pennsylvania hometown. She has been teaching since 2001 and is a registered teacher with Yoga Alliance at the 500 hour level. Ahna has studied extensively at the Kripalu Center for Yoga and Health in Massachusetts, as well as in the style of Anusara Yoga. Over the years she has studied with many world renowned teachers receiving 1200 hours of training in different modalities of Hatha Yoga. The life affirming philosophy of Anusara Yoga along with its elegant principles of alignment have influenced her personal practice to become more graceful and heart centered. In addition, she has over 135 hour of advanced pranayama (yogic breathing) and meditation training and feels strongly that the breath is the link that brings the mind, body, and spirit together. With the practice of pranayama, proper alignment, and opening to the flow of life, she will lead you through a practice that is uplifting and strengthening, inviting the wisdom of your heart to direct you into a state of self awareness. Ahna's teachings are down to earth and include plenty of playfulness and humor. She has a deep passion for anatomy & physiology, meditation and pranayama and is the director and primary teacher of Invoke Yoga Studio's accredited 200 hour yoga teacher training program. She enjoys instructing beginners as well as advanced practitioners.

Introducing Invoke’s 100-Hour In-Depth Studies Course: a unique opportunity for yogis to deepen and develop their practice.

This course invites you to explore all aspects of your yoga practice. Asana will be a main focus, exploring the details of both basic and more advanced poses. In-depth inquiry and gained knowledge of alignment principles will strengthen your body and allow you to find better access to the more challenging postures.


  • Exploration into the details of vinyasa
  • Refinements and importance of skillful alignment
  • Modifications and variations for poses
  • Theory and practice of asana
  • Yoga history and philosophy
  • Foundations and practice of meditation and pranayama
SPRING 2018, Downtown
Thursday evenings April 5 – May 24, 2018
April 7 & 8
April 21 & 22
May 5 & 6
May 19 & 20

Thursdays: 5:45pm - 10:00pm
Saturdays: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Sundays: 8:30am - 4:30pm
Investment: $1600