Hatha Yoga Meditation

BASIC WOMEN YOGA CLASS (for beginners only).

Hatha Yoga is a preparatory process of Yoga. The word “ha” means sun, “ta” means moon. “Hatha” means the Yoga to bring balance between the sun and the moon in you. You can explore Hatha Yoga in ways that take you beyond certain limitations, but fundamentally, it is a physical preparation – preparing the body for a higher possibility. There are other dimensions to this, but to put it simply, just by observing the way somebody is sitting, you almost know what is happening with them. If you have observed yourself, if you are angry, you will sit one way; if you are happy, you sit another way; if you are depressed, you sit yet another way. For every different level of consciousness or mental and emotional situation that you go through, your body naturally tends to take certain postures. The converse of this is the science of asanas. If you consciously get your body into different postures, you can also elevate your consciousness.

To lead you towards the experience of Hatha Yoga – of union and boundlessness – we manipulate the energy and move the system in a certain way. Physical postures are one aspect of this. Understanding the mechanics of the body, creating a certain atmosphere, and then using the body or body postures to drive your energy in specific directions is what Hatha Yoga is about.

  • Why take these classes?  because my classes are different, I am only working with 1  to 2 Women students who are new Yoga practitioners, to teach you with privately and personalize attention.
  • My place is cozy and clean with a unique energy.
  • Classes are in Spanish or English.
  • Affordable Investment. 
  • You forgot your Mat? I can provide as a complementary.
  • Classes by appointment only

BASIC WOMEN YOGA CLASS (for beginners only).

11+1 Classes Investment ($20 per class, last class as complementary)

$220.00

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I will appreciate if you arrive early for the class.
Classes cannot be replaced by another day. If you miss one you lost it.
Cell Phones off or silenced, all the time during your visit.
Advise me if you have any injury.
Wear comfortable stretchy clothing but not too loose.
Yoga is practiced barefooted, non-slip socks are acceptable.
Bring a yoga mat, if you forget it, I have one to share.
Commit to yourself if you want to see changes.
Enjoy your yoga!!