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Better Than New with More Yoga for You!

 

NEW SCHEDULE – MORE CLASSES, MORE TIMES, MORE TEACHERS starting November 15th!

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20 NEW Classes at our Three Studios

Ahwatukee NEW SCHEDULE HIGHLIGHTS starting week of November 15th, 2021.

Monday
NEW CLASS, NEW TEACHER: 6:30PM Hot Flow with Josh
NEW CLASS: Jeff adding Warm Yin at 5pm – NEW CLASS!
NEW CLASS: Jeff adding CORE (not hot) @ Noon (60 min)

Tuesday
NEW CLASS, NEW TEACHER: Diane Radiant 60 at 4:30pmWednesday
NEW CLASS: 7pm Yin Nidra with Karen

Friday
NEW CLASS: Noon 26 Posture with Jeff (Not hot)

Saturday
NEW CLASS: 11:30 Healing From the Inside Out with Jeff

Sunday
NEW TIME: Jeff Changing 8:30am HOT 26 posture to 9am

Chandler NEW SCHEDULE HIGHLIGHTS starting week of November 15th, 2021.

Monday
NEW CLASS: New Class 6PM Level 1-2 Karen

Tuesday
NEW CLASS: 4:15PM R26 Karen
NEW TIME 515pm Level 1-2 changing to 530pm

Wednesday
NEW CLASS: 12 noon level 1-2 class with Aaron
NEW CLASS: 6pm Level 1 Aaron

Thursday
NEW CLASS: 415pm R26 Aaron
NEW TIME and NEW TEACHER: 515pm Level 1-2 moving to 530pm with Valerie

Friday
NEW CLASS: 1030AM Level 1 flow Michele

Saturday
NEW CLASS: 10AM R60 Ellen

TEMPE NEW SCHEDULE HIGHLIGHTS starting week of November 15th, 2021

Tuesday
NEW CLASS, NEW TEACHER: 9:15am Level 1-2 with Nasim
NEW TIME: 7:30pm Guided Visualization for Sleep and Stress ReleaseThursday
NEW CLASS: 7:30pm Restorative with Michele

Friday
NEW CLASS: 9:00am – Radiant 26 posture with Aaron

Saturday
NEW CLASS: 8:30-9:45am Power with Josh
NEW CLASS: 9am Warm Yin with Michele – NEW CLASS
NEW TIME: 10:30am Level 1 with Noel

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Feeling Stressed out?  Try three part breathing!

Dirga Pranayama
(Three part breath)

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Three-Part Breath is calming, soothing and replenishing during times of stress and anxiety. This attention to the different parts of the body can also help focus the mind. Dirga is also referred to as the three-part breath because you are actively breathing into three different parts of the abdomen.

You can do this exercise with sitting upright or lying on your back. If sitting, you can place one hand beneath your belly button and the other hand in the heart region. When you are lying on the ground, it may be easier to feel the breath moving through the different parts of your body. See for yourself.

Start by breathing into the low belly and feel it expand with the breath. When the belly is full, draw in more breath, without forcing, expanding into the rib cage. Then, sip in just a little more air and let it fill the upper chest.

On the exhale, start from the upper chest. Release the breath allowing the heart center to sink back down. Then, release the breath from the rib cage. Finally, let the air go from the belly and draw the navel back towards the spine.

Continue at your own pace for about 10 breaths or as long as you feel comfortable.

Modification: You may make your inhalations and exhalations the same length. For example, inhale for a count of five, then exhale for a count of five. Once you are very comfortable with this and have no dizziness or shortness of breath, you can gradually increase the length of your exhalations until they are twice as long as your inhalations. For example, inhale for a count of five, then exhale for a count of ten.

Important
When practiced correctly, Dirga Pranayama will rejuvenate and bring wellness and vitality to your mind, body, and spirit. Please do not force the breath or breathe too deeply. It’s important for your lungs to feel comfortably full, but not strained. Let your breath be easy and smooth. If your breath becomes strained or you start to feel dizzy or anxious, stop the exercise and let your normal breathing pattern return.

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