One of the key benefits of practicing yoga is how it helps us to calming the mind. Iyengar Yoga gives us many practices to develop this quiet inside. The first two practices we start with are the twin pillars of practice and detachment. Join us for a chit-chat to learn more about how yoga philosophy explains the purpose and use of these two pillars. In this free, one-hour discussion, we will explore the practicalities of yogic practice and detachment, both on the mat and off.
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We’ll explore these pillars philosophically and also in a real practical sense of our day to day practice on the mat. The practice of Iyengar Yoga can be a powerful tool for developing mindfulness and increasing overall well-being. We can’t wait to chat all about it!
The yoga tradition offers us so much wisdom. Even within Iyengar Yoga there is a universe of interesting topics to discuss. Over an informal hour together, we will take a deeper dive into one specific topic that we love.
We welcome everyone whether you are brand new to Adeline Yoga or have been an Iyengar Yoga practitioner for decades.
Our monthly chit-chats are a fun time for community conversations together. For many years, we have gathered at the Iyengar Institute in Pune to chit-chat with Geeta Iyengar, Sunita Iyengar and now Abhijata and other RIMYI teachers. We treasure these times together and enjoy bringing this tradition to Adeline Yoga. It is a fun time to engage in stimulating conversation around important topics that relate to the greater Yoga tradition.
The purpose of our monthly gathers are to:
Our monthly chit-chats are typically the last Monday of each month. The format varies between a presentation, Q&A and group discussion. Breakout groups and other creative uses of zoom may happen!
A recording will be sent to anyone who registers.
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Inbal Meron (she/her) discovered Yoga during her studies for a degree in Plant Science in 2005. Yoga awakened a deep yearning inside to not only understand life but to participate in it fully with deep presence, awareness, openness, and compassion. Since then, Inbal has been studying and practicing yoga and meditation in Israel, India and the U.S. She has an extensive background in the yoga industry, both on the administrative side and as a yoga teacher.
In the past few years Inbal has been diving deep into the study of Iyengar Yoga and graduated Adeline Yoga’s 2 year Sadhana Study Program and is preparing for her level 1 assessment to become a certified Iyengar Yoga teacher. If you have any questions for her, she would love hearing from you: firstname.lastname@example.org
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