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Upcoming yoga classes in Kaohsiung

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Upcoming yoga classes in Kaohsiung

Postby LisaFurtado » 16 Feb 2013, 20:21


In 2012,
15+ million people practiced yoga in the United States.

Detoxify, de-stress and boost your energy for good health and vitality.

Many come to yoga to increase their flexibility, however don’t be surprised to find that you are also sleeping more deeply than before, or are in a better mood. Once you begin to practice yoga regularly you are likely to notice many of the following common changes:

*Happier / balanced mood
*Decreased back pain
*Enhanced athletic ability
*Better focus at work
*More energy
*Improved sleep
*A calm, peaceful mind
*Weight loss

What is Hatha Yoga?

Hatha Yoga is the most ancient, complete and popular form of yoga for mental and physical health. Hatha yoga is the science of breathing, purification and synchronization of the physical and mental dimensions. Learn ancient techniques of Asana (Postures), Pranayama (breathing), Mudras (gestures), Bandhas (interior locks) and Kriyas (for clearing); all beneficial for health, peace, prosperity, longevity and self-realization.

***All of our teachers are experienced, fulfilled their training program credentials-RYT 200 certified Hatha Instructor and are registered members of Yoga Alliance***

***Upcoming classes-
Outdoors at the Kaohsiung Art Museum***

Wed. Feb. 20th 10am-11:30am

Sat. Feb. 23rd 11:30am-1pm

Wed. Feb. 27th 10am -11:30am

Sat. Mar. 2nd 11:30am-1pm

***DIRECTIONS***Turn left at the Hi Life Store on Mengcheng 4th, Kaohsiung Art museum is on right, on Meishu E 2nd. Drive 50 meters to the Big Tom ice cream cafe on the right.
From Big Tom & public restrooms follow the covered walkway beside the small pond until you see a bridge on the RIGHT. Go over that bridge. Turn RIGHT on the long gravel road. Walk 50 meters on the gravel road until you see another bridge on your LEFT. The yoga spot is over the bridge, near a lotus pond***

***Tuition: 100NT
Proceeds from Wednesday classes go to-
Gone with the Dogs which is a local charity supporting stray dogs in Kaohsiung***
***Never tried yoga? That’s ok! Beginners welcome***
Info/borrow a mat:
Call us for more info: 0936746663

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Happy New Snake Year!

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