Spirit Rising is 100% Organic. Each class is crafted for who is in the room and your specific personal needs. There are no cookie cutter classes where each practice is the same old thing...
Our goal is that each time you come to the mat, you feel that we were talking only to you and that the class was tailored for exactly what you need.
Tuku Munay Niyok
This blessing is offered by the Shamans as they separate, each moving with the flow and grace of spirit. It means "may all the love in the world come to you".
This newsletter is both exciting and challenging for me to write. For it is time that Jeff and I follow Spirit to the magical red rocks of Arizona. I can not fully express how each of you has enriched my life.... you have helped shaped who I am as a teacher and were integral in the creation of Spirit Rising Yoga.
Our community has become family and for that we are forever grateful. Know that every breath we have breathed together was part of this magic. Once connected through breath and heart we remain connected forever.
Spirit Rising Yoga teacher Kim Haas has many talents. She is a mom, yoga teacher, writer, spiritual seeker & creative inspiration. Now she is using all of these together as a writer and editor for Elephant Journal! Come here each week to see what Kim as to offer about yoga, her path & the greater picture of life...
Follow each entry to Elephant Journal for the entire article and leave a note here (or there) with your thoughts.
Ready to start yoga and don't have a clue what to do??
You have heard yoga is good for you but what does one wear? What class should you take? What do you do? Will everyone know you’re new? Downward facing what?
You want to feel good, to have more energy and replace some, well, flab with muscle, right??
Of course you do... we all do!
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The term Namaste is ubiquitius in the yoga pracice. The mudra, the word, the feeling. It is an icon of the total practice, the yogic way of life and of the roots from which the practice grew. But do you know what it means? I say namaste not because I am Hindu, or because thats what a yoga teacher says, but because I resonate with the feeling of the term.
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