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Yoga Dosha - Hot Yoga Studio
we believe yoga is a practice that everyone can benefit from. our purpose is to offer you a safe haven to practice mindful awareness from a kind and accepting point of view. our classes are catered to all body types, ages & your dosha. youâ€™ll notice our class schedule notes gentle, moderate or vigorous as well as warm, hot or not heated depending on the practice that will benefit you the most! join us in tuning in, relaxing & feeling good â€“ letâ€™s spread the joy of being alive!
dosha is your unique mind & body type
ayurveda originated in india more than 5,000 years ago and is used as a preventative medicine health-care system around the world. it draws from the understanding of natureâ€™s rhythms and laws,ayurveda is built around the five elements of ether, air, fire, water, and earth.
vata, pitta, and kapha are the three mind-body principles, or doshas, in ayurveda, the blend of which determines our individual mind & body type. understanding which yoga styles, postures, and pranayama (breathing) techniques support or weaken each dosha can help you address short-term and long-standing imbalances. you can be a combination of all three doshas (tridoshic), dominant in two doshas, or dominant in one dosha.
- we all know stress = disease or functioning without ease.
- yoga teaches us to relax, calming your central nervous system, allowing your
- body & mind to function from a place of optimum health & clarity.
- essentially learning to manage your life with ease â€“ mentally & physically.
the practice of yoga can be gentle, moderate, or vigorous. each class includes centering, pranayama (breathing), postures, meditation, and ends with a period of deep relaxation to revitalize the respiratory, nervous, endocrine, digestive, and other major systems of the body.
Shambhala Vision is rooted in the principle that every human being has a fundamental nature of basic goodness. This nature can be developed in daily life so that it radiates out to family, friends, community and society.Shambhala Vision is rooted in the principle that every human being has a fundamental nature of basic goodness. This nature can be developed in daily life so that it radiates out to family, friends, community and society. According to the Shambhala tradition we are living through an age of greed and aggression. We harm ourselves, each other and our planet. The Shambhala teachings offer an antidote to this crisis. This was the basis of the legendary Kingdom of Shambhala, a society that fostered the inherent goodness of its people. Shambhala Vision tells us that we can experience a natural source of radiance and brilliance in the world, which is the innate wakefulness of human beings. From this deep, profoundly human foundation, it is possible to extend that out and create what the Shambhala tradition calls â€œenlightened society.â€ This vision offers possibilities for a radical paradigm shift â€“ not a utopia, but a culture in which lifeâ€™s challenges are met with kindness, generosity and courage.