An introduction to Integral Yoga
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Thursday Aug 18, 2022
7:30 AM - 8:45 AM EDT
Aug 2nd, 4th, 9th, 11th, 16th, 18th, 23rd, 25th, 30th & Sept 1st, 2022 Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7:30am to 8:45am
ArtWaves 1345A Hwy 102 Bar Harbor.
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On the Mat & Off the Mat: An introduction to Integral Yoga Yoga is a tool for life & positive change. In this 10-class series explore the foundations of Integral Yoga. Develop and refine the well-known yogic techniques of asana (posture) and pranayama (breath/energy work) & experience the profound effects of a regular Yoga Nidra practice (deep relaxation).Integral Yoga?s approach is systematic and holistic. It addresses all aspects of our life?our physical wellbeing, the state of our minds and hearts, and even how we engage with the world. In this 10-part series expand your experience of postures and breath work and witness firsthand how the purification, awareness & focus and they bring us on the mat can sustain our ?yoga-ing? off the mat, in our everyday life. This style of Yoga is classical and common-sensical. We work with where you are and move from there. There is effort but no strain: no pretzel postures or ?sweating bullets?.There is fun but no frills: if and when needed simple props are used. No heated rooms, no loud music. Our practice on the mat is a time for us to become still and steady as we move, breathe, unwind and expand. Tuesdays and Thursdays from 7:30am to 8:45am (arrive a few minutes early to park and settle in) ArtWaves 1345A Hwy 102 Bar Harbor. 207-266-0010To Register: https://artwavesmdi.org/event-4843607 Aug 2nd, 4th, 9th, 11th, 16th, 18th, 23rd, 25th, 30th & Sept 1st, 2022 $160 for 10 sessions ($150 for members) AdultsClasses build from session to session.Regular attendance is strongly recommended for beginners. All levels of experience are welcome. Practices will be adapted to meet various needs and abilities.Suitable for: - beginners and for experienced practitioners who want to strengthen their foundation in Yoga Masks and distancing for staff and participant safety.Please bring: yoga mat, light cover/blanket, and cushion (for seated practice) About the instructor: Yogatara (Lisa A Gautschi) was introduced to Yoga in 1996, when she first arrived in Nepal, and has been practicing ever since.In the Himalayan nation that would become her home for the next 25 years, she shifted from her work in public health to the study of Yoga, Ayurveda and spiritual psychology in her ongoing search for healing & growth.Maine has always been a home base for her as one side of her family is from Bangor and her parents have lived in Trenton for the last 20 years.Find out more: www.isha-institute.comInsta: isha_inspired