Yoga is the yoking of the mind, body and spirit. We hear this time and time again and if we are lucky, we catch moments of it through our various practices.
This class will be focused on achieving a glimpse of this experience of unifying and exploring how to sustain it. To do this, we will use asana, breath and focus drawing also from philosophies of Native traditions and the teachings and wisdom of the natural world. Particularly in this moment in history, there can be such a profound feeling of separation. Come dip into the collective energy of this class to renew your Spirit and perhaps remember that, from head to toe, inside and out, we are all connected and interdependent not only with one another but with all of Creation.
Early Bird: $35 trough 1/31. $40 thereafter.
A L I S O N S I N A T R A has been teaching in the NY area since 2001. She currently teaches at Kula Yoga Project in NYC and Woodstock Yoga in Woodstock NY. Her classes are Vinyasa based with Kundalini influence, informed by her in depth study with her teachers in native and South American traditions. We at JPCY find her classes to be a brilliant combo of light hearted humor and devotional intention. Alison lives in the woods with her intuitive hubby, Anton and magical munchkins Violet and Joseph Little Hawk.