I am pleased to announce the following 2-part workshop.
(A 2-part series)
- When: Saturday, May 31 (Part 1), Saturday, June 7 (Part 2)
- Time: 12:30 – 2:00 PM
- Where: 4000 Bearcat Way, Suite 102, Morrisville, NC 27560
Fee: $30 (for both sessions)
- Pre-registration strongly recommended
- Attendance at both the sessions is recommended. Please contact us if you can attend only one of the two sessions
- Instructor: Jyoti Shah
- Contact: to sign up or if you have questions
Jyoti Shah: 919-439-0377, firstname.lastname@example.org
Subhash Mittal : 919-926-9717, email@example.com
In this 2-part series, learn how to use yoga props to modify any basic or challenging pose to deepen your practice and meet your personal goals. Experience the fundamentals of classic yoga poses with an emphasis on body alignment to bring safety in your yoga practice, and learn different variations for basic yoga asanas. This workshop is for students who are:
- At a beginner level
- A seasoned practitioner who would like to deepen their practice
- With a limited range of motion
- Having a physical health condition
- Recovering from injuries/illness
Receive lots of personal attention and reap all the benefits of forward bends, backbends, inversions, and twists using appropriate props like: blocks, bolster, blankets, straps, or even chairs if needed.
End each practice with a Restorative Savasana!
No prior yoga experience required; Pre-registration is strongly recommended.
About Jyoti Shah
Jyoti Shah (RYT 200) is a registered yoga teacher with yoga alliance and she is a member of International Association of Yoga Therapist (IAYT). She has 9 years of yoga teaching experience and has been practicing for over 20 years.
She brings in a classical practice of traditional teaching of yoga, not just as a consistent movement but in a Kripalu style hatha yoga where the focus of the practice resides in the deep awareness of the Self. Her practice of yoga “on and off the mat” helps to develop mind-body-soul awareness- posture by posture and breath by breath. She is a believer of bringing stillness and ease in posture: “Sthira Sukha Asanam”. Her class begins with breath awareness, pranayama, asanas with hands-on assist and use of props brings in ease, challenge, alignment, focus, strength and flexibility. Every class ends with yoga nidra, a deep relaxation. Her teaching practice continues to bring profound benefits of yoga to emerge in to the daily life.
Jyoti’s further professional development and training in ‘Therapeutic Yoga for Seniors’ at Duke Integrative Medicine with Carol Krucoff, and ‘Relax & Renew’ restorative yoga certified trainer with Judith Hanson Lasater makes her teaching style versatile. She teaches various age groups from seniors to children with pleasure and comfort. Jyoti continues teaching small group classes for adults and teenage girls and offers private yoga therapy sessions in Cary. She teaches group wheel-chair yoga and bed yoga at various rehabilitation and nursing care facilities in the area.