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Sunday Yoga
YOGA TO HONOR YOUR INNER TEACHER Slow flow yoga, all levels, followed by crystal singing bowls while you rest in the last 5 minutes of class in savasana. BRING A WISDOM BOOK——To add meaning to your practice, you are invited to bring a book that matters to you, makes you feel connected to your inner self, your inner teach, soul, and spirit. Something you believe in and feel a sense of devotion and connection to, the book may stay in your visual field during class as a reminder to trust the paths you are choosing! There is time to rest and/or read before and/or after class if you wish. Take your time in and take your time out. I am used to rushing all around town, so if you're like me and need to slow down, take your time: come and go slow! MORE ON THE TEACHER------ To learn more about me please go to my Facebook page or website, You can click on the About Me section to learn more about my experience, yoga story, and life challenges that brought me here. You'll find a FREE GUIDED MEDITATION on my site when you sign up for free tips and other information on my offerings. MORE ON YOGA AND THIS CLASS------ YOGA is a system for self-transformation. The physical practice of yoga postures, which incorporate focus and concentration, help tone, strengthen and increase flexibility in both body and mind. This class is open to all levels, including beginners and the advanced. You are encouraged to find your level of challenge through postures and breath. Your yoga practice will help you release tension and facilitate a deep relaxation while strengthening both body and mind. A main goal of yoga is self-awareness. To provide an appropriate level of challenge for each person, you will be reminded to stay aware and in-tune with your body as you honor where you are at right now. Modifications are suggested for each pose to meet different levels of experience.

The Theosophical Society in Detroit

27745 Woodward Avenue · Berkely, MI


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Open to all levels, including beginners. A regular yoga practice can help alleviate various physical ailments, increases energy while promoting deep relaxation, and improves focus and concentration.

There's an idea that "in commitment there is freedom." It seems counterintuitive, but if you commit to a regular practice, within that dedication to your self-development and growth you find a system that has boundless potential, and in there lies freedom.

Here are some of the offerings, but pay attention to weekly meetup events for the most current information:

YOGA IN THE PARK: Energetic when it's cooler outside, a bit slower when it's hot outside. Slow Flow practice open to all levels.

SLOW DOWN RESTFUL SUNDAY EVENINGS: A more relaxing slower practice though it might start off energetically, then we wind down the weekend and prepare calm energy for the week. The teacher has more liberty to be creative with the slow flow yoga practice than with Ashtanga, guiding you through various postures and breathwork. We practice in a circle. Live singing bowls will complete your practice as you rest.

YOGA ON THE BEACH: Yesss..... Water and sand.

ASHTANGA (not currently offered): Follows the same structure every week, but the longer you stick with it the more results you will see and the more postures you can explore as new ones are introduced. The goal is to train body/mind to know the flow so that you eventually experience moving meditation.

The sequence begins with sun salutations, standing postures, balancing postures, seated postures, lying down postures and inversions, and ends with a long rest or meditation to the sounds of live singing bowls.

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