The physical postures of yoga, known as asana, are powerful and centering, creating many benefits to those who practice regularly in both mind and body. But did you know they are only 1/8th of the story? There are many more tools available that offer profound results to those who wish to learn them. Come experience and deepen your understanding of the other 7 limbs of yoga through our new extended practices!
Class will involve our typical 75 minutes of asana, followed by 45 minutes of pranayama (breath work), mantra practice, and prompts for self reflection and meditation. Additionally, excerpts from the yoga sutras, an ancient text that contains mystical and practical wisdom on yoga's 8 limbs, may be incorporated to deepen self reflection and intention for practice. This class offers the opportunity to go beyond asana and launch oneself into a deeper relationship with the body, breath, mind, and the higher self.
|April 28||Saturday||2:00 - 4:00 pm||Julia||$25|
|May 26||Saturday||2:00 - 4:00 pm||Julia||$25 Register|
|June 23||Saturday||2:00 - 4:00 pm||Julia||$25 Register|
About the Instructor: Julia Fay is a certified yoga instructor through Whole Life Yoga's teacher
training program at the 500-hour level, and has been teaching yoga since 2006. She has studied chant with Gina
Salá and Sanskrit with Kathryn Payne. Julia finds Viniyoga to be the perfect companion to her own
personal chant and meditation practice, allowing one to find a deep level of attunement and connection. She is
honored to share her love of chant and spiritual exploration with others and welcomes people of all backgrounds
in finding their own connection to Source and the stillness within.
For additional information or to register, contact Tracy at Whole Life Yoga: phone 206-784-2882, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org