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Here is our March 2017 calendar filled with our upcoming events!
Use this recipe to mix with warm water in the AM to assist with lubricating the joints during this #fall How to make homemade ghee: Buy organic, unsalted butter. Use a minimum of 4 sticks. Medium flame. Let it boil off the water until there is no bubbling sounds about 30 mins. Skim the excess…
Ever wonder why yoga is so popular? Maybe because it was meant to be just that: a healing, strengthening, calming, and empowering practice that offers something for everybody, regardless of their age, gender, race, size, shape, background, and yes, even your fitness level! Sign up for one of our classes today! (718) 263-0788
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The senses are employed by the mind, and because of the senses the mind ordinarily remains self-indulgent and forms bad habits. In chapter five verse 8 in the Perennial Psychology of the Bhagavad Gita by Swami Rama, the commentary shapes the image of how a yogi can use pratyahara; a person who can perform their…
PSOAS RELEASE PARTY! with Jonathan FitzGordon When: Sun., 1/17 Time: 3:30-6:30 pm Cost: $40 if preregistered by 1/14 $50 after 1/14 A free and happy psoas muscle allows the body to move with peak efficiency and little strain. Your psoas muscle is the main hip flexor and the main engine of walking. it is…
BambooMoves is offering our next beginners course with Annie starting November 23rd. Individual attention means you’ll get to build a strong foundation to start your yoga practice, in a welcoming atmosphere with other beginners. Inquire at the studio today! 718-263-0788.
BambooMoves making the best of fall before the onslaught of winter! Our BambooMoves community is filling our November with activities, new classes and fun workshops! Check it out! #YogaMom.
@Nalgel here is very excited about our upcoming events. Check out our calendar for more!
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