5 Weeks Course, Tuesdays 6:30 - 8 pm EDT.
April 27th - May 25th, pending minimum of 8 students
Each class will be recorded for those who miss this practice. Traditional Hatha Yoga is breath-based experience for anybody. The poses are sometimes challenging and take weeks, months, or years but progress and the deeper layers of the practice are felt in every opportunity to practice. In each class you will be invited to practice breath-work, warm up, move your spine in all six directions, try simple inversions, forward bends, backward bends, twists, lateral stretches, and balancing poses. Every final resting savasana will be long and complete. The class will be loosely based upon the structure from the Sivananda Yoga Ashrams, but varied with alignment cues and variations Anjali has learned from many teachers as well as her own practice.
Sliding scale payments are offered as well for those who need a little help to attend.
About The Host: Baltimore yoga village houses local and legendary artists to facilitate Nada Yoga (the yoga of sound) and Bhakti Yoga, (devotional yoga), through music and dance. Such artists have included dancer, actress, storyteller: Maria Broom, African Percussionist: Moziah Saleem, national award-winning Native American Flute player: Jan Seiden, and world-class sitar player: Hasu Patel. So many modalities of mind-body healing flourish here, ultimately spanning out into the whole city and the world. .
Website Link: http://www.baltimoreyogavillage.com