ONLINE CLASSES OFFERED
Lessons to Live By
YIN YOGA FOR THE JOINTS
Let go of Thinking Mind. Yin Yoga is often called a practice of stillness. The practice consists of floor postures with long holds that allow the connective tissues and joints time to appropriately expand. Relieve tension in the low back, neck, shoulders, hips, knees, ankles and wrists. Those who attend this practice have described feeling more relaxed, having greater range of motion and feeling less distracted by their fleeting thoughts. Yin Yoga is an ideal complement to vigorous forms of exercise like running, weight lifting, and spin classes/cycling. Great for golfers, improve your swing. All levels.
In this class, you will learn to listen to the valuable feedback of your body which assists in leading a healthy lifestyle,
while also remaining mindful in all your movements.
Yang Yoga TRADITIONAL HATHA YOGA- GHOSH LINEAGE
The Ghosh system of yoga is known for improving the health and flexibility of the spine with each posture while cleansing the internal organs and glands with backbends, forward folds, twists, and stretching. There is stillness between the postures, this is not a "Flow"or "Power Yoga" class. This is a full body practice with postures sequenced for the practitioner to build internal heat in a natural, progressive, and efficient way.The variety of standing postures increase stamina, strength and improve cardiovascular conditioning.
Mental and physical health are interrelated, and should be conditioned together. Traditional Hatha Yoga coordinates breathing and physical movement, improves focus and concentration, and help participants regain control of their body and mind.
Practitioners are encouraged to work at their own level respecting what is an appropriate movement for each practice.
Begin at any level, start where you are and experience BIG benefits.
Life Energy Cultivation
Qi gong, is a traditional Chinese healing discipline with many benefits derived from Traditional Chinese medicine, which gives the opportunity to increase vitality and well-being. The gentle movements stretch the body with multiple benefits both in the body and the mind.
Qi gong(chi gong) directs vital lifeforce energy and uses slow movements, breathing exercises and concentration. Energy awareness, circulating in and out of our body, is acquired by the practice of the movements. The practice consists primarily of easeful standing movements. The goal is to direct the movement of Qi(chi) through the energy highways/meridians to build energy
in the inner systems for healing.
Qigong exercises are not based on physical effort. When practiced regularly, Qigong offers benefits such as reducing stress and anxiety, improving concentration, restful sleep, improve digestive function and balance emotions by relieving tension.