Yoga Teacher Training
2017: 300 hour - Feb 3, 4, 5
2017: 300 hour - Mar 3, 4, 5
2017: 200 hour - Mar 24,25,26
2017: 200 hour - Apr 14,15,16
2017: 200 hour - May 19,20,21
2017: 200 hour - June 16,17,18
2017: 200 hour - July 14,15,16
2017: 200 hour - Aug 18,19,20
Part One - June 24 - July 1
Part Two - August 19 - 26
Each of the following topics will be covered in our Long Island yoga teacher training & certification sessions: Transitioning to a full-time or part-time yoga teacher personally, professionally, and financially. Writing a course syllabus. Structured yoga class levels: beginner through advanced vs. open level yoga classes [...]
Restore Energy with Baddha Konasana: Sometimes when you’re tired, the best medicine is a restorative, rather than an active, yoga practice. Almost nothing feels as good as relaxing into the floor after a stressful day. If you’re in need of a little renewal, take a break with this restorative version of Baddha Konasana [...]
Restorative Yoga: an Iyengar based form of yoga that uses props to support, assist with alignment, and foster deep relaxation. Melt away stress and tension with a deep sense of peace and relaxation. Bring a friend (or a few) and join us to unwind and restore [...]
Yoga Classes - Long Island, NY
Vinyasa yoga is a flowing practice of yoga poses that emphasizes breathing techniques that are used when moving through each pose. Vinyasa combines hatha yoga and Iyengar teachings. This class includes poses and stretches that promote health in the mind and body. It ends with a short meditation.
Restorative poses help relieve the effects of chronic stress. The use of props provides a completely environment for total relaxation. Each restorative sequence is designed to move the spine in directions. These movements illustrate the age-old wisdom of yoga that teaches well-being is enhanced by a healthy spine.
When women are suffering from infertility, there are many different factors of why this is occurring, both physical and emotional. The role of their mate also has an essential role in the process. One way to help make this process easier is to deal with stress that the couples are going through. Yoga for fertility is a way to help the couple through the stress of uncomfortable treatments, financial burden, and the frustration with one’s body.
This yoga class is an enjoyable experience geared specifically toward women during their pre-natal stage. Each pose that is done in class is explained for each trimester, and students are made aware of what movements to avoid and why.
Yoga is a physical, mental, and spiritual discipline, originating in ancient India,whose goal is the attainment of a state of perfect spiritual insight and tranquility. The word is associated with meditative practices in Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism.
The Sanskrit word yoga has the literal meaning of "yoke", from a root yuj meaning to join, to unite, or to attach. As a term for a system of abstract meditation or mental abstraction it was introduced by Patanjali in the 2nd century BC. Someone who practices yoga or follows the yoga philosophy with a high level of commitment is called a yogi or yogini.
Hindu philosophy, the word yoga is used to refer to one of the six orthodox schools of Hindu philosophy. Yoga in this sense is based on the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, and is also known as Rāja Yoga to distinguish it from later schools. Patanjali's system is discussed and elaborated upon in many classical Hindu texts, and has also been influential in Buddhism and Jainism. The Bhagavadgita introduces distinctions such as Jnana Yoga ("yoga based on knowledge") vs. Karma Yoga ("yoga based on action"). Other systems of philosophy introduced in Hinduism during the medieval period are Bhakti Yoga, and Hatha Yoga.
The Hindu monist schools of Advaita Vedanta, Shaivism and Jainism, the goal of yoga takes the form of Moksha, which is liberation from all worldly suffering and the cycle of birth and death (Samsara), at which point there is a realization of identity with the Supreme Brahman. In the Mahabharata, the goal of yoga is variously described as entering the world of Brahma, as Brahman, or as perceiving the Brahman or Atman that pervades all things. For the bhakti schools of Vaishnavism, bhakti or service to Svayam bhagavan itself may be the ultimate goal of the yoga process, where the goal is to enjoy an eternal relationship with Vishnu.