It’s not uncommon to encounter yoga students who feel they don’t need restorative yoga. They come to class for other admirable reasons – to train and stretch their body, to heal from injury or disease, or to experience an inner connection that they can’t quite find with other forms of exercise. They may think restorative yoga is too slow or
For over 16 years, EuGene Gant has been motivating people with practical teachings to encourage a mindful lifestyle ~ healthy body, clear mind and an open heart. He combines Naam yoga therapies, breathing techniques and meditation, fused with empowering mantras, soulful music of his own creation, and plenty of laughter. He is known for his distinctive and inspiring
When people find out that I am a raw vegan they tend to have a lot of questions: What do you eat? Where do you get your protein? What do you have for breakfast? And on… I’m always happy to discuss it and encourage anyone looking to make a positive change. It’s important to do what feels right for you while
LETTING GO OF THE PHYSICAL ….. A few days ago, I was searching through my music, looking for some fun tunes to play for class this week. I came across and old voice memo I recorded 4 years ago, I logged these thoughts, they felt important, they seemed to be something significant, something I should both contemplate and remember.
Wise Woman I feel you in my bones, My heart aches for you. In your arms I swim in the ocean, The waves crashing over me. The coolness of the river, as I submerge, Fills me with joy. Joy to discover you, Joy to be you. You are all around me, Inside me, outside me, You are me & I
Sandrine Kamhi, born in France, has recently moved to Miami Beach and is our new Jivamukti teacher. Her journey to yoga began in Geneva in 2002, when she was working as a children’s rights consultant for an NGO to improve education and children’s rights. She immediately fell in love with yoga, and before she knew it, yoga became her life.