with Tania Jo Ingrahm & Rupali Embry

Second Saturdays,  Dec 13, 2014  – Jan 10 & Feb 14, 2015 

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Tania and Rupali are continuing their workshop series, this time with the emphasis on the internals of yoga: What’s happening when I breathe? Where are these mysterious bandhas? How do I develop a personal pranayama practice and why? Do I really need to meditate to be a yogi?

These monthly clinics with Tania Jo Ingrahm and Rupali Embry are each designed to stand alone—however, you’ll get even more value by taking all four.

December 13 – The essentials of mastering the bandhas: Oh, those mysterious bandhas! In this session, we’ll cover what they are, where they are, how to find them and why you should care. You’ll learn how they can assist you in your asana, pranayama and meditation practices—and by the end of this workshop, you’ll know how to use them to create stability, energy and lift-off in your life.

January 14, 2015 – How to build a personal pranayama practice: As yogis we spend a lot of time talking about yoga postures, and yet the importance of the breath cannot be overlooked. It is the gateway to the deeper practices so mastering it is the first step. A seated pranayama practice can be a life-saver in times of turmoil and personal challenge. Come learn a few techniques to get you started and discover how to befriend the breath in new ways. As usual the conversation will include the nuts and bolts as well as the philosophy behind the practices.

February 14, 2015 – How to build a personal meditation practice: Have you been wanting to develop the tapas (inner fire, heat, dedication) to start or continue a meditation practice? Let us help! This could be the start of a beautiful relationship—with yourself. Learn how to build up your meditation muscles and stay steady when the world is pulling you in all directions. Even if you’re just curious about meditation, this workshop can help answer your questions and get you started. As the quote attributed to James Carville says, “The best time to plant an oak tree is 20 years ago. The second best time is now.”

Tania and Rupali

Tania Jo Ingrahm and Rupali Embry have both been teaching yoga for over 25 years and have trained nearly 400 yoga teachers worldwide. They are committed to helping you build tapas in your yoga practice—through a consistent daily practice you will be carried through life’s luscious human experience.

with Tania Jo Ingrahm & Rupali Embry

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 Second Saturdays of the month! 1:00 – 3:00 pm

A four-part series of posture clinics to help you understand any yoga pose What holds a pose together? What forces make it effortless? Where can we relax, and where must we stay engaged? Knowing these principles of ‘right effort’ allows you to be simultaneously alive and dynamic in a yoga pose and yet expend the very least amount of energy. Together we’ll take a look at these dynamic forces within each pose and learn how to harness them to go deeper and wider. These posture clinics with Tania Ingrahm and Rupali Embry are each designed to stand alone—however you’ll get even more value by taking all four.

Saturday, June 14 – Standing Strong!

In the first session we’ll cover four of the key standing poses: tadasana (mountain pose or samasthehi), vira bhadrasana B (warrior B), trikonasana (triangle pose) and utthita parshvakonasana (extended side angle pose). By looking at the architecture of these four, you’ll be able to apply the principles to any standing pose; however, we’ll leave time for questions on other poses.

Saturday, July 12 – Achieving Lift Off!

In the second session, we’ll cover arm balances and their building blocks, including bakasana (crow), as well as vasisthasana (Sage Vasistha’s pose) and pincha mayurasana (peacock feather). Important elements such as strengthening exercises, wrist stretches and key alignment tips will also be offered. Each participant will get individual assistance to access these poses in a safe and progressive way.

Saturday, August 9 – East Side/West Side Story

In the third session, we’ll be going forward and backward with janu shirshasana (head to knee), upavishtakonasana (wide spread forward fold), ustrasana (camel) and dhanurasana (bow). If you hate these poses, come discover a way to make them fun and productive.

Saturday, September 13 – A Whole New World

In the last session, we’ll check out the inversions…sarvangasana (shoulderstand), shirsasana (headstand), halasana (plow) and adho mukha vrikshasana (handstand), along with the preparatory movements. If this class of poses terrifies you, come face your fears! We’ll present all the steps to work up to these slowly at your own readiness.

 

Tania and RupaliTania Ingrahm and Rupali Embry have both been teaching yoga for over 25 years and have trained nearly 400 yoga teachers worldwide. They are committed to helping you build tapas in your yoga practice—through a consistent daily practice you will be carried through life’s luscious human experience.

 

with Tania Jo Ingrahm & Rupali Embry

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A four-part series of posture clinics to help you understand any yoga pose What holds a pose together? What forces make it effortless? Where can we relax, and where must we stay engaged? Knowing these principles of ‘right effort’ allows you to be simultaneously alive and dynamic in a yoga pose and yet expend the very least amount of energy. Together we’ll take a look at these dynamic forces within each pose and learn how to harness them to go deeper and wider. These posture clinics with Tania Ingrahm and Rupali Embry are each designed to stand alone—however you’ll get even more value by taking all four.

Saturday, June 14 – Standing Strong!

In the first session we’ll cover four of the key standing poses: tadasana (mountain pose or samasthehi), vira bhadrasana B (warrior B), trikonasana (triangle pose) and utthita parshvakonasana (extended side angle pose). By looking at the architecture of these four, you’ll be able to apply the principles to any standing pose; however, we’ll leave time for questions on other poses.

Saturday, July 12 – Achieving Lift Off!

In the second session, we’ll cover arm balances and their building blocks, including bakasana (crow), as well as vasisthasana (Sage Vasistha’s pose) and pincha mayurasana (peacock feather). Important elements such as strengthening exercises, wrist stretches and key alignment tips will also be offered. Each participant will get individual assistance to access these poses in a safe and progressive way.

Saturday, August 9 – East Side/West Side Story

In the third session, we’ll be going forward and backward with janu shirshasana (head to knee), upavishtakonasana (wide spread forward fold), ustrasana (camel) and dhanurasana (bow). If you hate these poses, come discover a way to make them fun and productive.

Saturday, September 13 – A Whole New World

In the last session, we’ll check out the inversions…sarvangasana (shoulderstand), shirsasana (headstand), halasana (plow) and adho mukha vrikshasana (handstand), along with the preparatory movements. If this class of poses terrifies you, come face your fears! We’ll present all the steps to work up to these slowly at your own readiness.

 

Tania and RupaliTania Ingrahm and Rupali Embry have both been teaching yoga for over 25 years and have trained nearly 400 yoga teachers worldwide. They are committed to helping you build tapas in your yoga practice—through a consistent daily practice you will be carried through life’s luscious human experience.

 

with Tania Jo Ingrahm & Rupali Embry

Sign Up Now!

A four-part series of posture clinics to help you understand any yoga pose What holds a pose together? What forces make it effortless? Where can we relax, and where must we stay engaged? Knowing these principles of ‘right effort’ allows you to be simultaneously alive and dynamic in a yoga pose and yet expend the very least amount of energy. Together we’ll take a look at these dynamic forces within each pose and learn how to harness them to go deeper and wider. These posture clinics with Tania Ingrahm and Rupali Embry are each designed to stand alone—however you’ll get even more value by taking all four.

Saturday, June 14 – Standing Strong!

In the first session we’ll cover four of the key standing poses: tadasana (mountain pose or samasthehi), vira bhadrasana B (warrior B), trikonasana (triangle pose) and utthita parshvakonasana (extended side angle pose). By looking at the architecture of these four, you’ll be able to apply the principles to any standing pose; however, we’ll leave time for questions on other poses.

Saturday, July 12 – Achieving Lift Off!

In the second session, we’ll cover arm balances and their building blocks, including bakasana (crow), as well as vasisthasana (Sage Vasistha’s pose) and pincha mayurasana (peacock feather). Important elements such as strengthening exercises, wrist stretches and key alignment tips will also be offered. Each participant will get individual assistance to access these poses in a safe and progressive way.

Saturday, August 9 – East Side/West Side Story

In the third session, we’ll be going forward and backward with janu shirshasana (head to knee), upavishtakonasana (wide spread forward fold), ustrasana (camel) and dhanurasana (bow). If you hate these poses, come discover a way to make them fun and productive.

Saturday, September 13 – A Whole New World

In the last session, we’ll check out the inversions…sarvangasana (shoulderstand), shirsasana (headstand), halasana (plow) and adho mukha vrikshasana (handstand), along with the preparatory movements. If this class of poses terrifies you, come face your fears! We’ll present all the steps to work up to these slowly at your own readiness.

 

Tania and RupaliTania Ingrahm and Rupali Embry have both been teaching yoga for over 25 years and have trained nearly 400 yoga teachers worldwide. They are committed to helping you build tapas in your yoga practice—through a consistent daily practice you will be carried through life’s luscious human experience.

 

Satsanga and Yoga Study Group with Tania Jo Ingrahm & Rupali Embry

Please join us on the fourth Wednesday of the month at Still & Moving Center, 6:00-7:30PM. Donation basis.

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Wednesday, May 28 DHARMA TOPIC: 3 Reasons that life’s challenges are sweeter than chocolate.

It takes a lot of courage to stay true to your spiritual path. The support of a community can be especially helpful in mustering that courage.

Tania and RupaliSatsanga with Tania and Rupali is an open-hearted gathering that begins with chanting and meditation to clear and calm the mind of the chitta vrittis. A short dharma talk opens the doorway to discussion and sharing on the topic at hand.

Tania and Rupali are dedicated yoginis, business owners and yoga teachers with each over 25 years experience. “Our intention is to create a sense of community that supports you in moving forward on your path, with renewed enthusiasm, tools and a feeling of being held by the greater strength of the whole,” says Rupali. “Tania and I have both experienced the aloneness that comes with thinking we’re the only ones having certain challenges, when in fact we all share them.”


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