BambooMoves presents: Family Yoga! A new weekly class Sunday’s at noon. “Being a yogi makes me a better mom to my daughter. Yoga is a constant co-parent; there to remind me to breath, to be present and to be open to all possibilities.” – Shirley Wu, BambooMoves
BambooMoves Yoga presents: Tuesdays from 11/3 to 12/8, 10:30am; “Mommy & Me,” a six-week course where you will connect the mind and body while bonding with your new baby. This little one is already teaching us a thing or two about happy baby pose…
#Meditation Workshop with Ora on November 7th from 3:30-5:30pm @bamboomoves ! Ora will be sharing techniques to prepare the mind and body for meditation, as well as guiding students through a deep meditation!
What exactly is an “asana?” “Asana” is the aspect of yoga that involves bending the body into forms; it is the yoga of wall calendars and gyms across the land. BambooMoves Yoga is a welcoming community for people of all backgrounds to train their body, mind, and spirit in a nurturing yet challenging practice. Through…Details
Reading of the sutras, the handheld version for the train…
Notice he correlation of reading on the commute as a practice of dharana (concentration). The mind focuses all #attention to the object, and in this case, the text.
October 24th, 3:30 pm: Knitting workshop with Sue Evans! Knitting is a form of #meditation. Our monthly focus here at the studio is dharana, or concentration. Meditation starts with this single point of focus. We are happy to offer this creative opportunity to practice your meditation skills, and as a bonus, you’ll get a head…Details
Yoga comes out of an oral tradition in which the teaching was transmitted directly from teacher to student. The Indian sage Patanjali has been credited with the collation of this oral tradition into his classical work, the Yoga Sutra, a 2,000-year-old treatise on yogic philosophy. A collection of 195 statements, the Sutra provides a kind…Details
There are countless yoga postures. These are 3 styles that you may be interested in trying out: 1. Bhujangasana (The Cobra Pose) Lie down on your stomach with your legs close together, pointing your toes outward. Keep your hands below your shoulder. Your elbows should be parallel and close to your torso. Lift your head, chest and abdomen,…Details