At Namaste, we train you to enhance you own authentic voice. We'll show you the principles of a sound vinyasa flow, as well as yoga philosophy, teaching methodology, anatomy and physiology, meditation and breathing techniques. As you learn, you will participate in the yogic method of self-study (svadhyaya), which helps you get the the heart of who you are. You'll connect with your own reasons for wanting to share the gift of yoga. This knowledge leads to transformative experiences that will inform your personal practice as well as your teaching practice.
Treat yourself to a deeply nourishing yoga practice that will recharge your mind, body and spirit. Restorative yoga is a gentle and quiet practice that uses props to fully support the body. This support alleviates the physical effects of stress.
Begins Sunday, March 5. Meets March 5, 12, 19, & 26. Please register by February 26. 6:30pm - 7:45pm.
Several of us spend most of our time driving, reading, sitting at a desk, or focused on a computer or phone. When our heavy (11lb!) head droops, our back and neck become strained, our shoulders slump, and our upper back hunches
As you can probably feel in your own body, this causes pain and discomfort, and can also lead to weakened respiratory muscles over time.
Join us for this workshop, where you will learn poses and techniques to combat “text neck” and upper back pain, as well as breath work and meditation that will ease stress and anxiety.
If you can breathe, you can do yoga.
This yoga series was truly made for everyone. Yoga isn’t about being flexible enough to touch your toes, or having a dancer’s body. If you’ve ever felt nervous about joining a yoga class, this is a great class for you to try.
In this class we’ll create a space of inclusivity while exploring the self. Using asana, breathwork, and meditation, we will seek to quiet mental chatter, to slow down, and to make peace within ourselves.