To celebrate over one year of FREE community meditation classes, Yoga Nook teachers will be integrating a five-minute meditation in every class at Yoga Nook throughout the month of March.
The meditation may be a mindful movement portion of the class or a more classic seated experience, and will be included in every 75-minute yoga class regardless of the level.
Be Present Meditation Workshop
Join Pat VanBuskirk, Jessica Nilson and Jeni Winterburn for a FREE meditation workshop on Saturday, March 21 from 12-1:30 p.m.
Together we will practice simple seated concentration, mindfulness meditation, as well as meditation in movement. Learn how to bring greater mindfulness to your yoga poses and enhance your experience in meditation.
Beginners are welcome. Please call (805) 390-8175 to reserve your spot today.
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I love Yoga. So why am I asking you to get off your mat?
Because in the West, we have a very narrow view of Yoga — we think it’s all about stretching. We celebrate flexibility as if it’s the only result Yoga can help us achieve.
I’m here to show you how Yoga can benefit you OFF the mat. Rooted in a history that’s over 5,000 years old, yoga techniques are as relevant in today’s world as they were to the ancient yogis and yoginis.
My intention for this blog is to show you how to apply these ancient techniques to your life. I’ll be giving you practical tips, sharing my own yoga experience, and inviting you to comment on the posts.
I’ve been a Yoga teacher in Simi Valley for over 20 years, and Yoga Nook has been in business for 12 of those years. Our studio is built on a valley-wide reputation for excellence in teaching yoga classes, teacher training and somatic education.
Until now, the only way you could benefit from Yoga was to come in and take a class. That’s about to change. Now you can subscribe to our blog to receive two monthly posts that will shed light on how Yoga can help you understand yourself and the world we live in.
Simply enter your email address below to sign up. I invite you to share your insights, stories and comments. Join us and become part of the Yoga Nook community, living Yoga OFF the mat.
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