Fridays: Warm Therapeutic Power Flow, 4:15-5:15 p.m.
(near Asheville, NC)
Every Friday at 4:15 p.m. – 5:15 p.m.
Warm Therapeutic Power Flow is a combination of a warm room (80 degrees), a therapeutic and safe approach to postures, meditation and alignment while developing emotional, mental and physical strength. This class is especially great for those looking to develop past a beginner practice on the emotional and mental side of yoga, as some of the greatest challenges in life are not how many pushups you can do, but how strong your mental and emotional practices and habits are when you find yourself in a challenging position on any level. Come discover yogic techniques for uncovering the warrior within and learn the habits of happiness! This class follows the trauma-sensitive guidelines set forth by the Trauma Center at the Justice Resource Institute in Boston, MI, a world leader in trauma-sensitive yoga.
What to Expect in this Yoga Class
- Please arrive about 10 minutes early to get yourself organized
- Wear clothing appropriate for physical activity (sweatpants, t-shirt, or whatever is comfortable)
- I have all the yoga gear that you will need but feel free to bring your own mat if you have one
- A practice that is more than 5,000 years old developed in the region of
modern day India
- Yoga is an organized system of breathing and moving
- Yoga is characterized by physical postures which are held for a brief period of time
- Today, yoga is most often done on a mat on the floor but may also be practiced in a chair sitting up
- Learn to practice yoga as a way of becoming more friendly with your body
- A safe, supportive, non-judgmental environment
- Instructor is a Certified Yoga Teacher by the Yoga Alliance
- Our presentation of yoga is NOT religious
- Cultivate strength and flexibility but also encourage students to take care of themselves and not force through pain or strain
- Emphasize self-awareness and self-regulation by using yoga techniques such as deep, mindful breathing, a strong physical core and an upright, well supported spine
- No hands-on, physical assists during class
- Competition is discouraged yet each student’s personal exploration of the postures and breathing practices for their own benefit is encouraged
- Curiosity and interest in the body and the subjective experience in the moment is encouraged
- Open to feedback from students and welcome your input
Have a question? Email me!