SPRING DETOX RETREAT March 18-19, 2017 in Hudson County, NY
Visit the Thoughtless Spaces Events page to check out this Ayurveda-inspired detox weekend up in beautiful Coxsackie, NY. The retreat will include healthful Ayurvedic meals, product-making, yoga, massage, & energy-work, as well as Constitutional Assessments and tips for how to nourish your daily routine and even construct your own, individualized detox program.
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I'm looking forward to seeing you at Windrift Hall, just in time for the Spring Equinox!
Monthly Holistic Dinner Event at shanti-hOMe in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn!
The next shanti-hOM-e Vedic workshop/dinner is: Thursday, May 14, 2015. 6:30pm-9:30pm. Address released upon registration.
This month's theme is Eating Ayurvedically: The Six Tastes and Food Combining. Learn more here. Come ready for some movement, some learning, and some good eats with good company!
$30 suggested donation includes yoga class (all levels), Ayurveda lecture, and Ayurvedic vegetarian meal. Please bring your own yoga mat if possible. Thank you! Click here to RSVP and ask any questions.
Regular/Ongoing Yoga Classes in NYC (2015 Schedule)
My teaching schedule is about to change! Please contact me to get on my mailing list and find out about upcoming yoga classes in BedStuyBK and downtown Manhattan.
Private and semi-private/small-group classes are available, at my place or yours! Contact me to schedule.
shanti-hOMe yoga, brooklyn Prana / Chakra Yoga is a Hatha-like form of yoga that utilizes asanam, breath, and mantra to move our prana (energy or life-force) and access and balance our chakras (energy centers). I often incorporate vinyasa-flow and inspiration from other schools into my classes.
Thursday, March 19 ~ 6:45pm-8:30pm Tuesday, March 24 ~ 6:45pm-8:30pm
Yoga at Ayurvedas World, Manhattan Doshic Yoga follows the recommendations of Ayurveda, tailoring our asana practice to our unique constitution, the season, and our environment. Different poses, speeds, and breaths affect each doshic type differently, and thus Ayurveda provides guidelines about which yogic techniques help bring balance to each dosha.