Eileen Chan returns to Wednesday Nights for her Vinyasa Flow Class.
Vinyasa Flow Yoga, sometimes referred to as power yoga, is designed to stimulate the cardiovascular system as well as incorporating a variety of postures, which target the various parts of the body.
During each class, we will flow between static postures and different Vinyasa sequences, creating heat in our bodies, awareness thru breath, while encouraging calmness in the mind.
Modifications are provided to all levels.
“As my passion for Yoga continued to grow I found myself searching for things I could do to expand my knowledge. In 2007 I ventured to Nosara Costa Rica. I studied under Don and Amba Stapleton and I received my teaching certification in November of 2007. Since 2007, I have returned to Nosara many times, and I currently hold my Advanced Teacher Training Certification and Pranassage Practioner Certification. In my most recent trip to Nosara, in January 2011 I assisted the Teacher Training program.”
“It only took one class for me to feel at home on my mat. My awareness was drawn to places in my being I had never connected with before. I had always been active so I easily related to the physical aspects of yoga, but the shift occurred while I finally took a moment to slow down. To breathe. The class sparked a light. In 2007 I graduated from the Nosara Yoga Institute in Guanacaste, Costa Rica. Since obtaining my 200-hour certification, I have been certified as a pranassage practioner, self awakening yoga therapeutics teacher, and eventually became a 500-hour level educator. I believe that there is always room on the mat to laugh, witness, love, breathe, encourage, challenge and inquire. To just be where you need to be today. Yoga has brought joy and fulfillment into my life by allowing me to share and educate others on their journey. I teach with compassion and enthusiasm, hoping to inspire as many people to start their own journey of self-exploration. Namaste”
contact Eileen at firstname.lastname@example.org