Yoga Classes

Easy Hatha Flow, Tuesdays 6:30pm to 7:30pm at the Pottsville Yoga Center. $7 per class. Beginning 10/2/19. Mats and props are available for use. All levels welcome.

Currently available for private session in clients home. Can be one on one or a group. With weather permitting classes can be moved out doors.

Choose from Restorative yoga, Vinyasa Flow, Hatha yoga or Gentle yoga.

Yoga History

The practice of yoga dates back over 5000 years.  Yoga is believed to be rooted in Hinduism, but the truth is that yoga was in practice long before there were religions or external gods.  Today, yoga is practiced for many reasons: managing stress, relaxing, increasing limberness and self-awareness, and acquiring the deepest knowledge of one’s own self.

The word yoga means unite. In yoga we are uniting Mind, Body, and Spirit.  In the practice of yoga, you will learn breathing, meditation, relaxation, and asanas (postures).  Uniting all to make the mind, body and spirit connection.

After you do yoga for a period of time, you will discover that yoga is no longer a practice you have to make time for, but a way of life.  Yoga can be done while sitting at your desk, washing dishes, walking the dog, or sipping your tea or coffee.

Benefits of Yoga

Physical benefits: Creates a toned, flexible, and strong body. Improves respiration, energy, and vitality. Helps to maintain a balanced metabolism. Promotes cardio and circulatory health. Relieves pain. Helps you look and feel younger than your age. Improves your athletic performance.
Mental benefits: Helps you relax and handle stressful situations more easily. Teaches you how to quiet the mind so you can focus your energy where you want it to go – into a difficult yoga pose, on the tennis court or golf course, or in the office. Encourages positive thoughts and self-acceptance.
Spiritual benefits: Builds awareness of your body, your feelings, the world around you, the needs of others. Promotes an interdependence between mind, body, and spirit. Helps you live the concept of “oneness.”