All new Beginners Series starts this September!
4 Saturday’s starting September 15th – Oct 6th. 11:30 am – 1:30 pm
Join me Susan Cuda this September for a New Beginners Yoga Series! This 4 week series is for woman and men. Together we will explore yoga fundamentals for Beginners. Learn to feel the subtle and encouraging messages your body sends as signals of sensation. Use the subtle messages to correct misalignments safely. All your joints will feel better and you will feel more youthful. Learn a daily breathing practice that connects you to deep core muscles safely, which creates stability. Learn yoga postures that work for you as an individual.
I love to teach yoga fundamentals: Your foundation! When you come to know your foundation, you build stability and truly begin to feel the grace and power within your body. That is when the magic happens!
You will learn the basics to increase:
- Which muscles are the weakest and how that weakness effects your body mind and spirit.
- How to safely strengthen weak muscles
- Address pain and discomfort
- Learn simple meditation techniques
- This class will provide you with the basics to be able to participate in a group yoga classes
- Most importantly, You will learn how to Breathe
While we will pace this class accordingly, it is a challenging physical practice that requires your commitment for all 4 weeks. If you do not have a daily physical regime such as walking, tread mill, stationary bike, etc, it is recommended that you start a one to prepare for this series.
All yoga props are supplied for this series. Please bring your own yoga mat if you have one. If not, Namaste will loan you a mat for the 4 week series.
Meditation and Yoga can Modulate Brain Mechanisms that affect Behavior and Anxiety-A Modern Scientific Perspective
Meditation and Yoga techniques are receiving increased attention throughout the world, due to the accumulation of evidence based research that proves the direct and indirect benefits of such practices. Based on studies conducted so far, it has been found that the practice of meditation triggers neurotransmitters that modulate psychological disorders such as anxiety. This paper will review the psychological effects of the practice of meditation, the role of neurotransmitters, and studies using EEG and fMRI.
Please feel free to call me and ask questions about the suitability of this series for you: (518) 222-7470
Everything is connected…no one thing can change by itself. –Paul Hawken (in Paul Hawken: Solutions Man)
I look forward to meeting each of you.
Susan Cuda/Owner & Teacher