Jivamukti Yoga Intermediate Class 1
In this class, Katie explores the yoga precept on Ahimsa (non-violence), and how we can integrate this both on and off the mat. Jivamukti yoga is known for a dynamic practice with teachers skilfully trained to integrate yoga philosophy, and devotion through chanting. Join Katie in chanting AUM, and lokah samastah shukino bavantu, which translates to “May all beings everywhere be happy and free. And may the thoughts and actions in my own life contribute in some way to this happiness and freedom for all.”
This is an intermediate level practice in the Jivamukti tradition. It is a holistic asana practice, with yoga philosophy integrated in the practice. The theme for this class is ahimsa (non-violence). Chanting includes –
(1) Lokah Samasta Sukhino Bhavantu, which translates to “May all beings, everywhere, be happy and free. And may the thoughts and actions of my own life contribute, in some way, to that happiness and to that freedom for all.”; and
(2) AUM. As an intermediate class this practice is suitable for regular practitioners in yoga. Postures include headstand (Sirsasana), and shoulder stand (Sarvangasana).
Physical fitness and previous yoga experience is essential.
This is an intermediate level class and is 72 minutes in length.