Pranayama Course
April 7 - April 15, 2018

Ayurveda Wellness Consultation with Jesus Caballero. Contact us to set an appointment.

FREE Guided Meditation
Every other Saturday @ 8:30 am
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Prenatal Yoga
Resuming soon. We're looking for a Prenatal Yoga teacher. If interested, please contact us.

Community Yoga Class
Donation-based Yoga class on the first Sunday of each month at 9:30 am

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Benefits of Pranayama

Pranayama ClassPranayama, the control of Prana (life force or vital energy), has tremendous benefits. The overall benefits derived from a regular practice of Pranayama greatly outweigh those derived from any other form of physical exercise, including Yoga asanas (postures). This is due to the fact that the Pranayama exercises focus on the balancing, strenghtening, and cleansing of the internal organs. The main function is to eliminate excess carbon dioxide from the body and provide a rich supply of oxygen to the blood. Which in turn invigorates the cells and tissues in our bodies. Additionally, a regular practice of Pranayama helps improve focus and concentration, which is required for meditation. The following is a natural progression:

Yoga Asanas --> Pranayama --> Meditation --> Samadhi (Self-realization)

Mastering one stage ensures success in the following stage. The above is a condensed list of Ashtanga, the 8 limbs or stages of Yoga, which includes Yamas, Niyamas, Asanas, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyana, and Samadhi. Yamas and Niyamas deal with proper conduct, and Pratyahara deals with withdrawal of the senses. Dharana and Dhyana make up the meditation portion.

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Are you prepared?

Just the other day in class I had mentioned that Yoga helps us strengthen our inner core - body and mind. One of the reasons why the traditional styles of Yoga don't use any external stimuli such as music, incense, etc. is because the idea is to go within and develop one's focus, thereby strengthening the mind. When we're out there in the real world, tackling real world issues, there is no music or any other external stimulus to soothe us. It's just us and our mind.

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Daily Reminders

There are a few simple things we can do on a daily basis for healthier living. However, most of us are too busy taking care of everything else except our own health! This one, we're quick to postpone and often times, until it is too late. In an effort to help you take care of yourself, we have compiled a list of reminders. If you wish, print the list and place it in a location where you will most likely read it every day.

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