Featured Class: Full Moon Ashtanga Vinyasa Primary

Featured Class: Full Moon Ashtanga Vinyasa Primary

Featured Class

Full Vinyasa Primary
Tuesday, May 28, 2019 6:30-8:30pm Led by Kim Johnson
Featured Class: Full Moon Ashtanga Vinyasa Primary
Tuesday, May 28, 2019 6:30-8:30pm Led by Kim Johnson
On the days of Full and New Moon, the sun and moon are aligned in such a way that exerts a greater gravitational force on the planet. This energetic force affects uses human beings and can impact our practice both mentally and physically, which is why on the night of the Full Moon, we take rest. As the Full Moon approaches, every builds and we may feel headstrong and invincible. But, as human beings we are comprised of 70% water and all things water are affected by the phases of the moon. Our energy rises and rushes and recedes as does the ocean’s tide. We move in rhythm and reverence of Mother Nature.
 
 
No late entrances or early exits.
 
 
This practice is accessible to everyone who’s practiced yoga before and is recommended for anyone seeking to build up their own inner resources of strength and stamina.

Featured Class: Full Vinyasa Primary 2019

Featured Class: Full Vinyasa Primary 2019

Featured Class

Full Vinyasa Primary
Tuesday, May 28, 2019 6:30-8:30pm, Led by Kim Johnson
Featured Class: Full Vinyasa Primary 2019
Tuesday, May 28, 2019 6:30-8:30pm, Led by Kim Johnson
Tuesday, May 28, 2019
6:30-8:30pm
Led by Kim Johnson
 
 
 
This is our FIRST “Feature Class” in a series of monthly featured classes! FREE for Members and $25 for Drop-Ins. This will fill FAST so sign up now!
 

Full Vinyasa primary series practice is the foundation of physical/Hatha yoga and of the Ashtanga Vinyasa Method.

Full Vinyasa style is only practiced with the primary series in Ashtanga Method, and it means entering every pose of primary series with a full vinyasa, from samastitihi, instead of going from pose to pose in standing sequence and instead of the usual half-vinyasa transition between seated asanas.
 
This is the old-school, traditional way yoga was taught to beginners and people recovering from disease or illness, and it is intended to build strength and increase stamina.
 
This way of practicing has an intensified flushing effect. Although it is more work, coming to samasthiti between each asana de-intensifies the full primary series practice because it gives more time to come up for air by returning to the upright samasthiti position between every asana.  By practicing Full Vinyasa, you will literally be taking more prana into your body than you do during any other Ashtanga practice!
 
 
Practice begins at 6:30pm. No late arrivals and no early exits so we can take practice in an unbroken container of our energy. No drinking water during the practice unless you are pregnant. All asana modifications are welcome as long as you know when and how to modify for yourself.
 
This practice is accessible to everyone who’s practiced yoga before and is recommended for anyone seeking to build up their own inner resources of strength and stamina.

Chasing Light

Chasing Light

Chasing Light

24 hours of sun salutations
Chasing Light
24 hours of sun salutations

On the longest night,
We move forward with intention,
Lighting a path,
Through darkness…
Guiding us toward
Our brightest future.

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