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Sadhguru: "Meditation is a certain quality, it's not an act. If you cultivate your body, your mind, your energies and your emotions to a certain level of maturity, meditation will naturally happen. It is just like if you keep the soil fertile, if you give it the necessary manure and water and if the right kind of seed is there, it will grow and bloom into flowers and fruits."
The Importance of fitness and mobility does support wellness, stress management, and life management.
Benefits of Meditation
Meditation is a practice of concentrated focus upon a sound, object, visualization, the breath, movement, or attention itself in order to increase awareness of the present moment , reduce stress, promote relaxation, and enhance personal and spiritual growth. Most common meditation types are seated, laying, and/or still.
Types of Meditation
-Silent / Vipassana
-Pranayama / Breath Work
-Guided (Specific e.g. Yoga Nidra, Body Scan)
-Imagery / Mandala Art / Ancient Geometry
-Moving (kinhin/Walking, Tai Chi, Qi Gong)
-Mantra or Chanting
-Magnetic - specialized magnets
-Ancient Tibetan Bowls and Crystal Bowls
-Crystals and Chakras
-Organ frequency healing
2018 Global Wellness Summit revealed evidence that meditation reduced cortisol a stress hormone in the body by up to 40%
Meditative Flow /with meditation 1 - 2 (75 min)
(Ancient Fusion Music/instrumental)
Meditative flow yoga connects active movement and stillness for a serene yet challenging practice that strengthens and stretches muscles with emphasis on alignment. Poses may be held for longer to promote awareness, encourage meditation/intention increasing acceptance as the body deepens through each pose. Class starts with breathing exercises and/or meditation, with philosophy potentially integrated into the practice. Class may feature and extended savasana relaxation. As a level 1-2 class, it is appropriate for both beginner and intermediate students.
Ashtanga Vinyasa Flow 1 - 2 (60 min)
Ashtanga yoga is a style of modern yoga created by K. Pattabhi Jois during the 20th century, promoted as modern classical indian yoga. Ashtanga or eight limb yoga represents the eight fold path of yoga outlined in the yoga sutras of Patanjali. A challenging practice that links active movements with the breath, certain poses are held to enhance strength and flexibility in the particular asana to encourage variation in the asana. This class begins with breathing meditation and/or and extended mantra meditation. As a level 1.5-3 class, it is appropriate for mid-level beginner, intermediate students, that have opportunities to deepen their yoga and variations for the advanced yogi.
A mind-body therapy, walking meditation practice, called Kinhin in the Zen tradition, students move slowly and continuously while staying aware of the body and the mind. Focused on meditation, good posture linking breath with body motion. This practice can be done in a field, a park or room/ studio wide enough to move around. Learn More on moving meditation, Tai Chi a Chinese ancient practice that aligns the Chi in the body, which looks like slow-motion dancing, great for alleviating symptoms of fibromyalgia. Qi Gong is to heal the body's chi and center the mind, known to reduce stress, anxiety, improve blood flow, and increase energy. View video below this page for visual introduction to Tai Chi & Qi Gong.
Yin yoga is based on the Taoist concept of yin and yang, opposite and complementary principles in nature. Yin is stable, unmoving, hidden aspects of things; yang is the changing moving, revealing aspect. In the body, the relatively stuff connective tissues (tendons, ligaments, fascia) are yin, while the more mobile and pliable muscles and blood are yang.
A Yin yoga class usually consists of a series of long-held, passive floor poses that mainly work the lower part of the body - the hips, pelvis, inner thighs, lower spine. These areas are especially rich in connective tissues. The poses are held for up to five minutes, sometimes longer. Yin yoga is for you if you are tired and craving energy or you're over-stimulated and have too much energy; if your mind is overactive or your energy levels erratic.
Customized group classes for all ages.
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A passionate person, a lifelong learner, a spiritual adventurer, Shey is a South-African Asian. Her introduction to yoga was in South-Africa – Ishta yoga, focusing on Hatha and Ayurveda. She is experienced and passionate about holistic methods of wellness and accomplishing well-being through a variety of yogic practices, including alternative mind-body practices. Her love for yoga expanded during her pregnancy, where more meditative asanas, an energy approaches to remedies became apparent to her. Her childhood offered a variety of knowledge from her elders in ancient Ayurvedic and Chinese medicine. She is continuing to expand her knowledge in these methods in her Doctorate in Naturopathy.
In her class, expect a nurturing meditative, encouraging, an inviting practice, with relatively challenging asana/poses to deepen the level of practice combining Ashtanga, Vinyasa, an Ishta styles. An experience through sound, only vibration-instrumental music, to allow one or more intentions to deepen the practice. With each movement, bringing in the awareness of chakras, bandhas, and moon phases to unite the energies of our universe. An intuitively encouraging flow from each breath through each pose. Ending in a guided meditation to deepen the connection to self; enhancing opportunity towards deeper love, peace, harmony for one and others. Being one with 'self' to open a deeper free flowing yogic experience towards self-reflection (svadhyaya), self-awareness and self-healing. She encompasses this method in her meditative and restorative classes. Trained in Integrative yoga, Iyengar, Restorative/Yin, Ashtanga & Body scan & yoga Nidra, ISHTA (Integrated Science of Hatha, Tantra, and Ayurveda), Meditation, Sound & Frequency healing, Reiki/Chakra healing, and botanical herbs/oils. She invites you to exercise appreciation and gratitude through each flow of this precious human experience.
"One is the limited or the limitless in the path to elevation" - Shey
Music: Ancient Egyptian, Spanish Arabic Fusion, Ethno-Spanish Fusion, Arabian, Turkish, Egyptian Flute, Indian Buddha Flute, Hang Drum and Tabla.
Classroom Temperature: 72-75
Room: Citrus & Orange
Specialty: Meditation & Alternative Medicine
Certifications/Credentials: Registered Yoga Alliance Teacher 500hr, Experienced e-RYT200, and YACEP a qualified credential as a curriculum designer, facilitator, an educator for the global community. RYS200 Integrative Yoga & Meditation, RYS300 Ashtanga Mysore style, Reiki healing, Meditation, Crystal Frequency-Sound healing, Botanical herbs/oils, CPR/AED, STAND - working with youth.
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Core focused powerful flow vinyasa class.
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Focused on connective tissues; tendons, ligaments, fascia - this class consists of deep stretches, and long holds to balance flexibility and energy.
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