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Beginner Yoga & Meditation 5-Week Series
FB EVENT PAGE: Nothing fills my cup more than sharing the ancient healing practices of Yoga & Meditation with my community. Join me for a 5-week Series of an Introduction to Yoga & Meditation. Each class is 1-hour long on Wednesdays in October~ October 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 There are 2 Class Sessions available each Wednesday. Class Session at 9:00 am ~or~ Class Session at 6:00 pm, Starting October 3 / Ending October 31 This Series of classes is designed for an absolute beginner or for those somewhat familiar with yoga & meditation who would like a deeper introduction and understanding. Learn what yoga is, where it came from, how to start your practice and how much it can impact your life. Feel shy or apprehensive about your first class at a studio or the gym? Take away your worry! Yoga is for everybody! Age, gender, body type and outfits are irrelevant~ Classes offered are traditional in nature. You will be offered genuine understanding of the practice. You will find no goats or alcohol here. Class takes place at my home business location in Buckeye, AZ. (Address Above) We practice barefoot - outside on clean, flat travertine decking, beside a pool, under a pergola. I invite you into a serene & peaceful space filled with music and compassion. SERIES INFORMATION: * Origins / Definition / History * Philosophy (8 Limbs) * Common Myths You’re not flexible enough to do yoga You need a certain diet, body type, outfit Yoga is religious Yoga is just for relaxing Yoga is only for women You're too busy to do yoga You're not young or fit enough to do yoga "I'm injured - I can’t do yoga" * Finding Balance * Cultivating Self-Care * Practice & Benefits Balance / Breath Movement / Stillness Different Styles WEEKLY SCHEDULE: Week 1: Introduction / Soft Stretching Week 2: Sun A Salutation Sequence Week 3: Hatha Postures Week 4: Vinyasa Flow - Breath & Movement Week 5: YIN / Restorative Postures Items to Bring: Yoga Mat, Water Bottle, An Open Heart Items to Leave: Ego, Fear, Misconception, Expectation PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUESTED BY SEPTEMBER 30 Investment in Self: $75 for all 5 weeks of Classes $15 for Single-Class-Drop-In Includes 1 session of your choice each Wednesday Cash or Charge Accepted (No refunds offered for missed classes) Reach me at [masked] or[masked] to register! Please don't hesitate to ask questions! Namaste! Karla

Sattvic Sage Ayurveda

1782 S 237TH AVE · BUCKEYE, az


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A·yur·ve·da (äyərˈvādə) Ayurveda, in Sanskrit, means "Science of Life". It is a 5000 year-old traditional system of holistic healing based on balance. It originated in the sub-continent of India and was meticulously documented in texts called "Vedas". We are all made up of elements that create health when well-balanced, and disease when imbalanced. As the name suggests, Ayurveda encompasses all aspects of our being to address underlying disease to help relieve symptoms, prevent or eradicate disease and achieve optimal health in our mental, physical, emotional and spiritual planes.. According to ayurveda, the five elements (space, air, fire, water, and earth) manifest in each of us in a unique way to give us our physical and mental qualities. These elements then combine into three constitutions, or doshas: vata, pitta, and kapha. Upon assessing a persons individual dosha (constitution), specific guidelines may be followed to achieve optimum health. Ayurveda’s goal is to help us understand how to help ourselves to re-balance and restore health. The practice: 1. Teaches a proactive approach to avoiding illness: fresh food, exercise, relaxation/stress reduction, and regular cleansing. 2. Is used to counter balance the qualities of illnesses that are already in the first stages of manifestation in the body. 3. Will treat conditions with diet, lifestyle, exercise, herbal remedies, energy flow and stress reduction techniques. Ayurveda takes many things into account: First your Dosha...then gender, age, location, seasons, climate, energy flow, etc. The unique combination of the three doshas in each individual has a specific influence on our physical, mental, and emotional tendencies. Determining which dosha(s) are dominant can help you to make the right diet and lifestyle choices that will maintain balance and promote health and well-being on all levels. Everyone can benefit from this practice.

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