Jivamukti yoga immersions are for students from any yoga discipline as well as for Jivamukti yoga teachers, advanced certified Jivamukti yoga teachers, Yogeswari will take you deeper into the study of Jivamukti yoga and its five tenants.
Ahimsa – Non-violence and compassion towards all beings
Bhakti – offering everything you do to something greater
Dhyana – meditation as a means of serving the greater whole
Sastra – the study of ancient scriptures
Nada yoga – integration of music, singing and deep listening
8-10 November 2013
9am to 5pm for all three days
Booked before 1 October 2013 – $390
After this date – $440
Booking are essential
For more details and booking can be found www.jivamuktiyoga.com.au or email email@example.com.
Check out this new release – the complete set of 7 beginners hatha yoga classes. The style is gentle and easy for beginners, and is from the Jivamukti Yoga school in New York, US. These classes are the most popular of our products, and now you can purchase them as a set at a discount price.
Well known for her ability to explain postures and yoga concepts in a clear, fun and simple way, Jivamukti teacher Sarah Trestrail has designed a series of classes that will give you a clear understanding and experience of the fundamental yoga postures.
This class is a Hatha Yoga class suitable to anyone new to yoga, and will have you ready to confidently step into a yoga class in no time!
Each class has a theme and focus posture. All classes in this program provide a whole-body gentle work-out. The body moves in rhythm with the breath as you move in and out of each posture. This is perfect for an absolute beginner, or for someone recently introduced to yoga looking for a proper introduction to the most common yoga postures and concepts.
Class 1 – a complete-body practice with some twists, forward bends and balancing postures, finishing with a relaxation section and short meditation.introduces you to Mountain Pose and the first of the standing yoga postures.
Class 2 – a complete well-rounded practice with twists, forward bends, balancing postures, and practical yoga philosophy.
Class 3 – a holistic practice for the body, mind and spirit, building on postures learned from the previous classes and introducing you to more variations.
Class 4 – introduces you to the poses of Warrior 1 and 2.
Class 5 – focuses on Triangle Pose and Shoulder-Bridge Pose – a gentle back bend.
Class 6 – works on your core strength, introducing you to Chair Pose and Boat Pose.
Class 7 – integrates the fundamental postures learned from the previous classes in a flowing Vinyasa class. It rejuvenates the body with a complete mind-body practice, and guided deep relaxation commonly referred to as Savasana.
When I started practising yoga it was with no background as to what it was all about and what was involved. My first introduction to yoga was in a class where my partner had invited me to. It was full of strange terms and even more strange exercises.
Initially I found it hard to understand as it was so foreign to what I had experienced until then. It took me several months to be comfortable with the postures. I wondered at the time whether there was a more effective way to learn about yoga.
When we started to get material together for www.liveyogalife.com one of the things I had on my to-do list was get several of Australia’s best yoga teachers to record their best beginners yoga program. This would be a series of classes that took an absolute beginners – with no experience of yoga at all – to being comfortable with attending a beginners level yoga class at their local yoga studio.
We were blessed with two such programs:
Both of these set of classes are perfect for anyone with no experience of yoga and a low level of fitness.
For Beginners who are fit – Check out Yuki Nakazawa’s Beginners Ashtanga Yoga Program (Classes 1 to 7). Not appropriate for absolute beginners – suitable if you have some fitness or have previous yoga experience. The perfect introduction to Ashtanga Yoga
Written by Doug from Sydney. This post is part of a series that showcases our favourite yoga studios.
Whether you are new to yoga or you are totally immersed in your practice, when you walk through the doors of Jivamukti Yoga School’s downtown centre (841 Broadway, New York) it is impossible not to get caught up in the spirit and love that is Jivamukti Yoga.
The place is alive with people getting ready for class, chatting amongst friends, chilling out over vegan cookies and chai in the cafe or getting lost in the boutique shop and library.
As co-founder of Jivamukti Yoga, Sharon Gannon says “if you want to uplift your own life then you need to uplift the lives of others”. It is obvious to me that this yoga center embodies this statement.
Jivamukti Yoga School, 841 Broadway , 2nd floor, New York, NY 10003