Saturday November 30, 2-4pm
with Rudyana Babouder
Cost: early bird: $25 by Nov. 25, $30 after 11/25.
This Pranakriya Yin class is open to everyone who practices yoga in all disciplines. Pranakriya Yin Flow is a complimentary practice that allows self-discovery and authenticity. We’ll explore tools from our modern-day understandings of ancient Indian Vedic traditions and Eastern philosophy; and how to bring more depth, strength, stability, fluidity and freedom to our practice. The class will offer techniques in breath work, meditation, posture and transitional movement. All-levels are offered the options of stretch, strength, flow and deep release.
A non-competitive environment designed to bring awareness to the practice while supporting the uniqueness of each individual. You’re invited to join us in exploration of healing self-therapy, empowerment and playful spirit.
Rudy was opened to yoga as a child, and since has nurtured an increasingly disciplined practice.She achieved certification from the International Sivananda School in Brazil, advanced her studies under the guidance of Sri Dharma Mittra and Yoganand Michael Carroll. She is influenced by a multitude of energy and movement arts including Qi Gung, Alexander Technique and various dance and meditation forms.Practicing is an empowered choice to face everything, even discomfort and fear, in order to reach a place of expansion, openness and joy. It takes courage to get on the mat, to look honestly at ones self, to be vulnerable, to admit what we really want, or even sometimes to just wake up and function. On and off the mat, we learn to choose our higher self.My classes emphasize tuning in, exploring our edge, learning the difference between the body’s boundaries and the mind’s perceived limitations. We focus on opening, on breathing, on cultivating awareness of each moment. Whether a flow practice or meditative posture, the first most important ingredient is the attention we bring to our actions.