$79.99/month unlimited Yoga, Meditation, and Dance
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Tanya teaches Therapeutic Yoga, Gentle Yoga, and Ashtanga Yoga.
Rhonda Loggains teaches many styles of Yoga and teaches smooth flow at the studio.
Celeste teaches Groove, Dance Class.
Julie teaches Yoga for beginners and was a proffesional gymnast and help spread Bikram yoga in Canada.
Strength & Alignment (Tanya)
This class is great for building core and also learning correct foundation to Asanas so that you can get deeper.
Gentle flow (Tanya)
This flow class is for all levels. It is fun and creative, helping you to find more flexibility, balance, and space in the body
Yoga Therapy (Tanya)
This class strengthens the joints , increases mobility while working on flexibility and balance. All levels class.
Smooth Flow (Rhonda)
Balancing both sides of the body. Bringing self-awareness to movement while building strength and flexibility.
It is a dance class with your own unique moves and self expression
Men's Only Gentle Yoga (Tanya)
This class is designed to increase flexibility , strength and coordination
Beginners Yoga (Julie)
For all levels and those who have not stepped foot on a Yoga mat. Discover Julie walks you through step by step to new physica,l mental and emotional discoveries.
Yoga Therapy (Tanya)
Keep moving, lubricating those joints, and staying strong. This class is an all over maintainance.
Vinyasa Flow (Tanya)
Here we go, breath, movement and strength creates heat to open and get deeper into asa
Ayurveda wake-up & Yoga (Tanya)
Moving through all the body with Asanas and gentle movements, awareness of breath stilling the mind into a more peaceful state.
Ashtanga Yoga (Tanya)
Primary Series for those who want deeper practice, greater strength and focus.
Pantanji says, "Citta-vritti-nirodhah." Which means that yoga is the removing of the fluctuations of the mind.
What was I searching for? The right to feel comfortable in my body, to feel peace in my mind, and to know my reasoning for life.
Yoga called to me. Slowly repairing my body, calming my thoughts. I have been led down the road of open doors to a larger perception of life. Learning selfless love which lies between desire and fear.
He has studied Yoga since he was 4 years old. His confidence and deep knowledge of Yoga which includes philosophy, chanting and meditation is so inspiring that you want to continuously stay by his side. In Mysore India, I feel so privelaged to have a teacher with his wisdom.
The word samskara comes from the Sanskrit sam (complete or joined together) and kara (action, cause, or doing). In addition to being generalized patterns, samskaras are individual impressions, ideas, or actions; taken together, our samskaras make up our conditioning. Repeating samskaras reinforces them, creating a groove that is difficult to resist. Samskaras can be positive—imagine the selfless acts of Mother Theresa. They can also be negative, as in the self-lacerating mental patterns that underlie low self-esteem and self-destructive relationships. (Katrine Naleid Stuck in a rut, yoga journal)
SANKALPA (Intention) Sankalpa unites our mind with those deeper parts of ourselves that can be so hard to access. Conscious use of sankalpa is a compelling way of communicating what we want to our emotional and spiritual bodies. ,
TAPAS (Intensity) Tapas is the intensity that ignites our psychological process and helps sustain the discipline required for change , Shani (slowing) Samskaras are instinctual and can be activated in the blink of an eye. But reacting impulsively only strengthens samskaras, making them even more irresistible. shani (slowness) can lengthen the interval between impulse and action.
VIDYA (awareness) intellectual insight that does not travel beyond the mind seldom translates into change. Because the body houses our emotional intelligence, it might not assimilate the insight. Yoga acts through the medium of the body, taking vidya to even deeper levels. Through yoga, we integrate and experience physically and emotionally what we intellectually know to be true.
ABHAYA (fearlessness) Part of the lure of old samskaras is the belief that "the devil you know is better than the one you don't." Changing samskara requires abhaya (fearlessness). Abhaya helps us face the unknown.
DARSHANA (vision) Once we've examined the roots of our patterns, we must finally create a new samskara. To do this, we need to envision what it might look like. When we create a vision for our new pattern, we must give it a life force more vital than the old one.
ABHYASA (Practice) When starting a new pattern, or in times of stress, the lure of old patterns is strongest. Abhyasa (practice) helps make our new samskara more powerful than the old; the more we reinforce the new groove, the stronger it becomes.
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