Happiness is when what you think, what you do, and what you say are in harmony– Mahatma Gandhi
The five Yamas and five Nimayas are a dynamic duo in yoga that provide guidelines for balanced living. These ten precepts are a vision of our greatest potential through skillful living. While we may not need more rules to live by, we can all benefit from more opportunities to practice mindful living.
The first of the five guidelines are the Yamas. The Yamas teach compassion for everything and everyone around us. Think of them as attitudes we take toward the world. They include: nonharming, truthfulness, nonstealing, nonexcess and nonpossessiveness.
In this five-part series we will explore each of the five yamas while being guided through a yin yoga practice. Kerry gives a modern application to these ancient texts making them accessible and practical in every day life.
This series is offered as an adjunct to traditionally therapy. It is a one-on-one experience in a private setting to help you explore your personal, spiritual and physical growth edges in a safe environment.
We have the choice to change our lives at any moment. Embodying the yoga sutras is a brilliant way to get realigned with your best self.
Each class is taught in a bright, airy studio in the heart of the Irvington neighborhood. The room is comfortably set up and clearly marked for safe social distancing. All handles and knobs are sanitized prior to arrival. You bring your own mat.
A different yoga theme will be explored each month. After each class, there will be a few minutes of writing and tea to close. Sessions are 75 minutes long and cost $40-$60 (sliding scale).
Yoga Therapy starts in the Fall of 2020.
Contact Kerry for a complimentary session.