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Yoga Bliss Yoga Classes

Event posted by Yogi Beth in Fitness 2 years ago

Nov 15 2010 7:00 pm
Dec 16 2010 8:30 pm

Gentle Bliss Flow course 

the perfect blend of gentle vinyasa and restorative poses designed to open the body and mind and relieve stress - perfect for folks brand new to yoga or anyone who wants to slow things down a bit

Mondays, November 15 - December 6, 7 - 8:30pm 

 Basic Vinyasa Flow course

explore more deeply the alignment of the basic shapes and how all of these poses link up with the breath.  Our focus will be on more detailed alignment, more flow and even some fun and challenging poses - perfect for beginners or anyone who wants to get back to basics

Tuesdays, November 16 - December 7, 7- 8:30pm

Intermediate Vinyasa Flow course

get your breath and body flowing together in this dynamic moving meditation - arm balances and inversions abound as well as more challenging standing poses and backbends - what fun!

Thursdays,  November 18 - December 16  (no class 11/25), 7- 8:30pm

Advance Registration is required. Visit our website at www.yogablissnyc.com or contact Beth at 212-712-8715 or beth@yogablissnyc.com for more information and to reserve your spot.

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Stayin Fit wrote

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that is great! i also do some Iyengar Yoga . Havent tried Vinayasa though, may drop in for your class.

Stayin Fit wrote

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where are the classes held?

Laura wrote

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Vinyasa Yoga is a GREAT full body (and mind) workout! I would definitely try it if you haven't already. It connects the mind and body, and always leaves me refreshed after a lot of hard work.

sak2109 wrote

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well that is the point of yoga - any style. However, some styles focus on different techniques and the poses. In iyengar there is a lot of focus on correct alignment of the poses!

sak2109 wrote

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again no style is necessarily better - whatever works for each person is good.

Laura wrote

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Touche, sak. In any case, my point was that Yinyasa was definitely the style for me, after many unsuccessful attempts at other types of yoga.

sak2109 wrote

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yes - as i was saying - to each their own style! i will try vinayasa sometime. if you want to try Iyengar, then you should go to the Iynegar Yoga center on 22nd and 6th av in manhattan - they have excellent teachers and very good classes. i go once a week, mostly on wednesdays. my teacher is Tori Milner who is brilliant !

nbruning wrote

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Beth is a lovely teacher. I can't recommend her too highly, no matter what your level. I met her the first summer she offered free yoga classes in Marcus Garvey Park. I hope she continues this marvelous gift to the community.

sak2109 wrote

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sounds really good. i will try to get to this class asap

Stayin Fit wrote

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interesting. will be on the lookout. are drop-ins welcome?

nbruning wrote

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If you are referring to Transitions, it is a 12-week program that you need to register for. It is based on the book I wrote, "Dare to Lose" which you can view on amazon.com.

hiker wrote

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did you mean this link to your book

the book has 4/5 rating based on ten reviews - pretty awesome - will check it out on b&n soon

blog85475 wrote

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Thanks for arrange Yoga class BTW where will it be held??

Publisher wrote

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More information, including location of these classes, can be found by contacting Beth (beth@yogablissnyc.com) or checking out her website: (http://www.yogablissnyc.com/).

deniyal wrote

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We offer classes for beginners, more experience practitioners and all levels classes suitable for everyone. Inner Bliss Yoga also offers Pilates. ... Ashtanga Yoga

Coll5 wrote

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Hi Deniyal, these classes sound great. Where are the classes located? This is a Harlem-based website so I was wondering if they were near here.

Sandrageorgia wrote

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Sounds great! Can i get any phone number where i can contact regarding these yoga classes?

sak2109 wrote

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hi Sandra
i think beth has listed her number in the post - it is as follows

Contact Beth at 212-712-8715 or beth@yogablissnyc.com

john235alpha wrote

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I am a personal trainer as well as a yoga instructor and therefore I can say that Vinyasa Yoga is just great as it involves whole body workouts and your body gets benefited from it. So I suggest just try this. You will feel great.

supernsetips complaints wrote

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