If you knew your own beauty, you would be the idol of yourself.
These playful classes are for those who wish to connect with their “lightness of being” via a gentle, active practice.
When Rumi says, “If you knew your own beauty, you would be the idol of yourself,” he is referring to our inner beauty—the primal awareness that is our truest Self. We will dip into meditation to become more aware of awareness at the end of every workshop.
The breath is a kind of vehicle that brings us back to our body in the present moment.
– Thich Nhat Hanh
In these classes, we move gently with the breath, stretch and release tension in our muscles, ground our energy, and find deep relaxation in the restorative poses.
All are welcome—newcomers and students with therapeutic issues, as well as those looking for a relaxing, meditative yoga practice.
Calling all Yogis with osteopenia or osteoporosis!
Here is the good news; research shows the right Yoga, performed the right way, can help you reverse bone loss.
Read about Dr. Loren Fishman’s “Yoga for Osteoporosis” method in Jane Brody’s New York Times article, 12 Minutes of Yoga for Bone Health.
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