We teach integrated classes that combine postural alignment, powerful breathing techniques, power yoga moves--all based on the students capabilities. Our focus is on Classical Yoga Postures
Are you interested in Vinyasa? Ashtanga or Shivandanda ?
Whether you are a beginner or experienced practitioner --You will get into your flow
Kundalini Yoga is known as the Yoga of Awareness and Transformation. A subtle practice with varying degrees of intensity--It's a comprehensive yoga with an emphasis on pranayama, mantra, and kriyas. Kundalini yoga taps into the subtle energies of the body to heal and integrate.
All Yogas stimulate the Kundalini energy, Kundalini Yoga as Taught By Yogi Bhajan is a safe practice that instills inner calm and radiance.
Private Classes and Small Group Instruction.
Emphasis on breath work, pelvic floor work and stamina. restorative poses.
Improved endurance, heightened mental capacity. Radiance and Joy
Hatha yoga is the physical branch of the yoga tradition and focuses on the structure of the body to help relieve stress and to provide strength in one’s mind and body. In learning the asanas (yogic postures) of Hatha yoga, a sense of health and vitality is created to help prepare for meditation. Hatha yoga can decrease stress, regulate metabolism, and heal many physical ailments. Practitioners leave class with a deeper connection to their bodies, muscular flexibility, strength, relaxation, concentration, and overall well-being and health.
Kundalini Yoga uses breath, yogic postures and meditation to help maintain a healthy spine helping to strengthen the nervous and glandular systems. Each class can help one become aware of much more than just the strength of the body. It helps to facilitate a change physically as well as emotionally and spiritually. Kundalini Yoga is yoga for the mind, body, and spirit.
Yoga is not a religion at all. It is a science of the breath and movement. Yoga is what Yogi Bhajan called the Mother of all religions. It brings you inside yourself for the answers instead of seeking outside yourself for the answers.
It is ideal to practice on an empty stomach, or at least 2 1/2 hours after eating. If you must eat, have something very light.
Wear comfortable loose clothing (preferably cotton). Bring water and a mat.
We are interested in what you have to say. Contact us with any questions.