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[Live Streamed] Asana, Breath & Meditation: A Two-Hour Yoga Practice with Leslie Robbins
Jan 31, 2021 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm| $30 – $35
This extended two-hour yoga practice, also known as “Raja Yoga” in classic Hatha Yoga practice’s, includes pranayama and meditation. This well-rounded two-hour yoga practice includes plenty of time to prepare the body, breath, nervous system, and mind for deep relaxation and meditation. This practice will include:
✓ Asana – traditional yoga poses with a sprinkling of Pilates and subtle strengthening movements
✓ Pranayama – yogic breathing practices
✓ Yoga Nidra – an ancient guided practice which systematically induces complete mental, physical, and emotional relaxation.
This will be an all-levels class. We will explore level 2 (and a few level 2-3) poses. Modifications will be offered.
We are no longer offering community props. If you plan to attend class in person please bring your mat, 2 yoga blocks, a blanket, and a bolster (or similar equivalent).
Class Format: In studio and livestream. You can register for both options below. Please double check you have the correct class format. Thank you!
When: Sunday, January 31st
Time: 3:00 – 5:00 pm
*$30 for monthly unlimited pass members
Refund Policy: Cancelled registrations are only eligible for a refund (minus $5 processing fee) up to three days prior to class date.
About the instructor: Leslie Robbins
I first started doing yoga in 2001 out of sheer curiosity. I didn’t really expect I would like it, since I thought staying in shape was all about hard work and sweat. I was immediately surprised by not only how physically challenging yoga is, but how the tranquil the mind and body feels long after a class is over. The more I practiced, the more intrigued I became with yoga, and I made it my mission to understand what was happening energetically and psychically. A week-long blissful yoga retreat in 2004 convinced me that yoga was my passion and my path. Four months later, I followed my retreat teacher to Phoenix, AZ and began my 200 hour yoga teacher training at her Anusara yoga studio.
After teaching regularly for about 4 years, I started my additional 300 hours of training at 8 Limbs Yoga Centers in Seattle. The depth of knowledge and experience that I gained from that training program has enhanced my experience of the more subtle aspects of yoga, such as bandhas, pranayama and meditation. The 500 hours of training was with highly experienced and skilled instructors who enabled me to find my unique qualities as a yoga teacher.
I love teaching to all types of students, from uncertain beginners to intermediate students seeking a vigorous practice. My teaching style is a blend of my two favorite styles of yoga – Vinyasa and Anusara. As a teacher, my goals are for the students to be safe and free of injury in my class, to be both physically challenged and mentally equanimous, to have fun, and to leave the class feeling a sense of tranquility and lightness which remains with them throughout the day.