Saturdays 930-1130am :: The Black Power Yoga (+ Nap) Hour

Saturdays 930-1130am :: The Black Power Yoga (+ Nap) Hour

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Finally. . . FINALLY. . . An autonomous space, centering BLACK BODIES for the practice of POWER YOGA!!! Permanently mark your calendar for Saturdays 930am to Get. Your. LIFE! In this positively-charged class experience, the glory of BEING in a black body is constantly affirmed. As we move and breathe to OUR music, we absolutely REVEL, in the experience of building discipline, strength and grace through practice. We charge ourselves and one another, as we move through challenges and grow, in this uplifting practice. 

Join us to feel affirmed and inspired. To be seen and held. To be strengthened, enhanced, connected and liberated, through the dedicated practice of POWER YOGA.  It's a discipline and a lifestyle. Join us. $15

Folks with some vinyasa yoga experience will most enjoy this practice, but it is open to all levels. Blackness recommended.. not required.

HERE’S HOW THIS EXPERIENCE IS STRUCTURED:

After yoga, there will be 7min of conscious rest. Class ends with the bell (around 10:40am).  Those leaving may depart. We take a brief bio break, have tea and water from 10:45-11. Anyone staying for an extended period of radical REST that we are calling The Black Power NAP, returns to the mat with pillow and blanket. You will be then be guided through an extended relaxation and visualization experience that will calm and restore you. Sleep is encouraged. This 30min rest is EVERYTHING.  Aya will hold mindful, safe space while you rest. Rise (quietly) any time you wish. We end with the bell. 

Black Power Yoga and Nap are $10 separately.

$15 for yoga + nap together.

Although you may enjoy one half of this offering, the tandem class experience is highly recommended. Class bundles are accepted for yoga or nap only. A $5 up-charge is required to use a class bundle for yoga + nap.

 

Power Yoga is a fitness-based vinyasa practice. An offshoot of Ashtanga Yoga, it has many of the same qualities and benefits, including building internal heat, increased stamina, strength, and flexibility, as well as stress reduction. Teachers design their own sequences, while students synchronize their breath with their movement.

-yogajournal.com

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