Each yoga student has a personal reason for coming to my yoga class. It varies from: stretching, releasing the tension, exploring their inner landscape, balancing, decreasing stress, feeling joyful, moving with breath, being a part of the yoga community, or simply sitting with their hoodies on in stillness alone, but being seen and noticed by … Continue reading 5 Favorite Asana from 2019 Yoga Classes.
As a yoga teacher with a nursing background, I consider myself to be a pretty creative person, especially in my yoga teaching. As a Gemini, my mind is always shifting and adapting to new situations, while I am on my feet moving with precise focus on my destiny. Another part of me, being a yoga … Continue reading YIN CHAKRAS TEACHING AND ART OF SURROUNDING.
What are 5 Koshas around a human body? I keep asking this question in my yoga classes, to set a class focus for “witnessing your subtle body in Yoga”. Many people can easy relate to the term “aura”, or an energy field around a human body. During our yoga work, we touch each of them, … Continue reading Yoga: Witnessing 5 Koshas in yoga practice.
Mindfulness yoga for Spring, 2019 was devoted to Chants and Mudra teaching at Greendglade Community Center. Spring brought us life awaking and using sublime energy of mantra sounded like a good theme for my series. "Chanting is a pleasure that transcends the senses; it takes us beyond the bounds of time and space Thus it … Continue reading YOGA: “Chanting as nobody is listening!
My mindfulness teaching came to me in my dream, and it scared me a lot. I did not like what I saw: plenty of young professional men “white collar”– highly intelligent, success driven with high ambitions but low EI (emotional intelligence) were sitting in a university auditorium waiting for my presentation. This lucid dream came … Continue reading YOGA: How I became a Mindfulness Teacher.