Togetherness: Partner Yoga
Take the time to see the divine within yourself and within another. Yoga is communion with the divine, which we can achieve by connecting to the True nature within each other. Applying the tools of partner yogic postures and meditation, this practice will build a harmonized and trusting relationship with your friend, family member, or partner. Being present together will foster connection, ultimately inspiring our hearts’ highest power: to embody love and connection.
Nov 30, 2018 : 6:20-8PM
$45 for the two of you
Located at Yama Yoga Studio (231 E Buffalo St. Milwaukee)
sign up early at http://www.yamayogastudio.com/workshops/
According to John Sharkey, a Clinical Anatomist, Exercise Physiologist, and European Neuromuscular Therapist, when researchers measure bones, and depth, or thickness, or length, none of the bones have even a similarity, that each person’s bone shapes, “attachment sites” of muscles, and routes of nerves are individually unique. So how could we expect any two people to do a yoga posture the same way? Two people cannot do a posture in the same way, because we each have indivual movement capabilities, ranges of motion, bone lengths, etc. Private yoga allows you and I to find the best alignment for Your body, getting rid of what a posture “should” look like based on an imagined model body.
Whether you are new to yoga or a well established practitioner, private yoga is a wonderful and efficient way to deepen your practice and understanding of yoga in a setting that allows for open conversation, more personalized attention, and the ability to focus on what you want or need.
Contact me to find out details and to schedule your private, specialized class Here. Before scheduling our first private class together, we will have a brief conversation to ensure that you will receive what you are seeking out of a private session with me.
Private yoga sessions start as low as $70 per session; the price is dependent on location.
I have been using mantra to assist in my meditation practice for a few years. Repetition of mantra helps still the mind, relieving the practitioner of distractions. Trained as a jeweler, I decided it would be a natural merging of my two passions, yoga and jewelry making to start making malas. The malas below are $70 a piece, plus shipping! Get your own mala by stopping into Yama Yoga or online here: Mala Beads