“Nelson Mandela’s leadership actions are classic examples of how to convert challenges into opportunities… he let go of anger and blame. He rejected victimhood. He promoted accountability, collaboration, and initiative, and this produced renewed confidence on the part of many, inside and outside the country.” The Leader of the Future 2: Visions, Strategies, and Practices for the New Era, Rosabeth Moss Kanter
|Written by Blooming Lota|
|Thursday, 15 April 2010 19:15|
Intro to yoga will focus mainly on the physical (asana) and breath (pranayama) aspects of yoga. We will take our time to find proper alignment so that the body can create appropriate muscle memories of the form. This attention to alignment will help to reduce possibility of injury. We will also begin to introduce the concept of mindfulness.
Intro - intermediate yoga will be a more vigorous asana practice, both holding forms longer and with a more rapid vinyasa flow, along with introduction of more advanced asana and diverse forms of breath control. If clients are interested we will discuss the yamas and niyamas, as well as cultivating inner awareness and delve more deeply into mindfulness.
I am currently taking time off of teaching so that I can do research and development on a possible movement arts cooperative and a few other projects, trying to figure out where to best put my energies.
However I am available for private and small group classes.
Please call 303-5211348 to schedule.
Please keep an eye on this page, I will update it with new class days and times as they are scheduled!
|Last Updated on Sunday, 11 November 2012 01:01|