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1 Flowchart For Yoga Studio Website Home Classes Events And Workshop Yoga For You Meditation Expert FAQ Teachers Contact Us Free News Latter Top Links On Home Page Sub Links On Home Page Yoga Categories Don’t Miss. Events Page Links From Ad-Box Yoga For You Events And Workshop Teachers Training Conmen Links On Every Page Bookmark Page Link Follow Us Links Terms And Conditions

2 Home | Classes | Events And Workshops | Yoga For You | Meditation | Experts FAQ | Teachers | Contact Us The word Yoga comes from Indian philosophy, it literally means union, and in this context refers to the union of the individual's soul with the universal. Yoga is an ancient philosophy of life as well as a system of exercises that encourages the union of mind, body, and spirit. In the words of Patanjali, author of the Yoga Sutras, "yoga is the ability to focus the mind on a single point without distraction." Yoga is a physical discipline; it uses the body and breathing to develop self-awareness and mental clarity. Enter Your Name Enter Your Subscribe Yoga For You Events And Workshops Teachers Training  Siddha Yoga  Sahaja Meditation  Moksha Yoga  Yoga Breaks  Yoga Research  Diet And Benefits Yoga Categories Free Newsletter ! Physical Fitness Coming From Mind, Focus On Body Balance… Follow Us : Don’t Miss ! October 15–17, 2010 Yoga for the Nervous System: Healing Anxiety, Insomnia and PTSD Bo Forbes Unlock the power of your mind-body network to calm your mind, quiet your nervous system, and relax your physical body. October 22-24, 2010 Happier: Positive Psychology And Yoga Tal Ben - Shahar Bookmark icons Yoga Studio Yoga Therapy Serious … ! © 2010 Copyright, Company Name. Chicago.Terms And Conditions

3 Home | Classes | Events And Workshops | Yoga For You | Meditation | Experts FAQ | Teachers | Contact Us Enter Your Name Enter Your Subscribe  Siddha Yoga  Sahaja Meditation  Moksha Yoga  Yoga Breaks  Yoga Research  Diet And Benefits Yoga Categories Yoga Studio Yoga Therapy Serious … ! Follow Us : Don’t Miss ! October 15–17, 2010 Yoga for the Nervous System: Healing Anxiety, Insomnia and PTSD Bo Forbes Unlock the power of your mind-body network to calm your mind, quiet your nervous system, and relax your physical body. October 22-24, 2010 Happier: Positive Psychology And Yoga Tal Ben - Shahar Bookmark icons Class Levels Basic Introduction Moksha Yoga Center offers a continuous series of Basics/Intro classes that give all students the opportunity to return to the fundamentals of yoga. These classes are great if you have never done yoga before, if you are returning to yoga after a break, or if you are a regular student interested in strengthening the foundation of your practice. Level 01 (Beginning) A class for those students who have some knowledge of yoga or awareness of their body. A 1-2 level class aims to master the fundamentals and principles of forward folds, backbends, and twists while starting your deeper understanding of yoga. Appropriate for all skill levels. Level 02 (Intermediate) A vigorous class which builds heat and stamina through sun salutations and standing poses. Creative and stimulating, these classes include the vinyasa form and more challenging postures such as inversions and lotus poses. Prior yoga experience recommended. Beginning Hatha Yoga Intermediate Yoga Power Yoga New Day If you are just beginning Hatha Yoga or want a more gentle refresher, this is the class to start with. Includes postures (asanas), gentle stretches, deep relaxation skills, and breathing exercises. Class ends between 7:30 and 7:50 pm more… This is a more vigorous class and focuses mostly on intermediate and advance asanas (postures). It will also include some breathing exercises and other aspects of Astanga (Raja) yoga. More… A more vigorous classes in the "Power Yoga" style. Not recommended for beginners! Class meets every Thursday at the Old Church on the Green from 6:00 to 7:15 p.m. Suggested donation: $10. Drop-in anytime! More… Free Newsletter ! © 2010 Copyright, Company Name. Chicago.Terms And Conditions

4 Home | Classes | Events And Workshops | Yoga For You | Meditation | Experts FAQ | Teachers | Contact Us Enter Your Name Enter Your Subscribe  Siddha Yoga  Sahaja Meditation  Moksha Yoga  Yoga Breaks  Yoga Research  Diet And Benefits Yoga Categories Follow Us : Don’t Miss ! October 15–17, 2010 Yoga for the Nervous System: Healing Anxiety, Insomnia and PTSD Bo Forbes Unlock the power of your mind-body network to calm your mind, quiet your nervous system, and relax your physical body. October 22-24, 2010 Happier: Positive Psychology And Yoga Tal Ben - Shahar Bookmark icons Yoga Studio Yoga Therapy Serious … ! Yoga Teacher Training Class Start AT 10:30 am Our usual schedule (Sept - June): 1st Sunday of the month: Anatomy + 1 hour of asanas & other practices 2nd Sunday of the month: Philosophy + 1 hour of asanas & other practices 3rd Sunday of the month: Teaching Methodology + 1 hour of asanas & other practices 4th Sunday of the month: Special 2 hours of asanas & other practices 5th Sunday of the month: Make-up or special topics This is a complete training program for the serious student who would like to learn more about philosophy, teaching methods, and various advanced areas of classical Astanga (Raja) yoga. Lead by Larry and Matt Tias Little : Anatomy Intensive and Teacher Training Tias Little has has been a student of Iyengar Yoga since He spent 6 months in Mysore in 1990 studying Ashtanga Vinyasa Yoga and again in He is a student of Tsoknyi Rinpoche’s in the Dzogchen practice of Vajrayana Buddhism. He is steeped in the Soto School of Zen Buddhism and is an avid student of Dogen. Tias is trained in massage, cranial-sacral therapy and has studied extensively with Tom Myers in Anatomy Trains. Workshop On Yoga 101 Offered Selected Weekends Each Month Choice of Saturday or Sunday August 7; September 11, 19; October 2, 17; November 13, 21; December PM Free Newsletter ! © 2010 Copyright, Company Name. Chicago.Terms And Conditions

5 Home | Classes | Events And Workshops | Yoga For You | Meditation | Experts FAQ | Teachers | Contact Us Enter Your Name Enter Your Subscribe  Siddha Yoga  Sahaja Meditation  Moksha Yoga  Yoga Breaks  Yoga Research  Diet And Benefits Yoga Categories Follow Us : Don’t Miss ! October 15–17, 2010 Yoga for the Nervous System: Healing Anxiety, Insomnia and PTSD Bo Forbes Unlock the power of your mind-body network to calm your mind, quiet your nervous system, and relax your physical body. October 22-24, 2010 Happier: Positive Psychology And Yoga Tal Ben - Shahar Bookmark icons Yoga Studio Yoga Therapy Serious … ! Ayurveda Features For You Discover Your Dosha Analyzing everything from teeth and nails to temperament and sleep habits can help you identify your Ayurvedic constitution. Bliss Body Don't let the winter blues get you down. Indulge in some heavenly Ayurvedic treatments and feel warmer, more relaxed, and healthier than ever. Kitchen Medicine Bowls of cumin, turmeric, cinnamon, mint, black pepper, and dried ginger as well as bits of tree bark and leafy sprigs are spread out before me on a wooden countertop—an aromatic textbook of herbal healing. What Are Your Spring Rituals? Do you adopt a twisting practice, transition to more raw foods, donate unnecessary items, or embark on any kind of cleansing routines in the spring? Share your great ideas with us and your fellow readers. Yoga Studio Yoga House Timings: Monday 7:00am – 2:00pm; 3:30pm – 9:30pm Tuesday 6:45am – 9:30pm Wednesday 7:00am – 9:30pm Thursday 6:45am – 9:30pm Friday 7:00am – 8:00pm Saturday 8:00am – 6:30pm Sunday 8:00am – 8:00pm Free Newsletter ! Terms And Conditions© 2010 Copyright, Company Name. Chicago.Terms And Conditions

6 Home | Classes | Events And Workshops | Yoga For You | Meditation | Experts FAQ | Teachers | Contact Us Enter Your Name Enter Your Subscribe  Siddha Yoga  Sahaja Meditation  Moksha Yoga  Yoga Breaks  Yoga Research  Diet And Benefits Yoga Categories Follow Us : Don’t Miss ! October 15–17, 2010 Yoga for the Nervous System: Healing Anxiety, Insomnia and PTSD Bo Forbes Unlock the power of your mind-body network to calm your mind, quiet your nervous system, and relax your physical body. October 22-24, 2010 Happier: Positive Psychology And Yoga Tal Ben - Shahar Bookmark icons Yoga Studio Yoga Therapy Serious … ! Your Brain on Meditation Science has proven that meditating actually restructures your brain and can train it to concentrate, feel greater compassion, cope with stress, and more. Read the latest research and put it into practice. Yoga citta vritti nirodhah. Yoga is the ending of disturbances of the mind. (Yoga Sutra, I.2) Nothing is quite as satisfying as a yoga practice that's filled with movement. Whether you prefer an intense and sweaty vinyasa practice, a gentle but deliberate Viniyoga practice, or something in between, all systems of hatha yoga provide a contented afterglow for the same reason: You sync your movement with your breath. When you do, your mind stops its obsessive churning and begins to slow down. Your attention turns from your endless to-do list toward the rhythm of your breath, and you feel more peaceful than you did before you began your practice. Free Newsletter ! © 2010 Copyright, Company Name. Chicago.Terms And Conditions

7 Home | Classes | Events And Workshops | Yoga For You | Meditation | Experts FAQ | Teachers | Contact Us Enter Your Name Enter Your Subscribe  Siddha Yoga  Sahaja Meditation  Moksha Yoga  Yoga Breaks  Yoga Research  Diet And Benefits Yoga Categories Follow Us : Don’t Miss ! October 15–17, 2010 Yoga for the Nervous System: Healing Anxiety, Insomnia and PTSD Bo Forbes Unlock the power of your mind-body network to calm your mind, quiet your nervous system, and relax your physical body. October 22-24, 2010 Happier: Positive Psychology And Yoga Tal Ben - Shahar Bookmark icons Yoga Studio Yoga Therapy Serious … ! The Shoulderstand is one of the 12 basic Asanas (postures) as taught by Guru of the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centers Definition: An inverted pose, with your body resting on your shoulders. Sarvangasana, the Sanskrit name for the Shoulderstand, comes from the word "sarva", meaning whole. This Asana strengthens your entire body; it gives many of the benefits of the Headstand, but here the circulation is directed to your thyroid gland instead of the head. Objective: To stretch your cervical and thoracic regions. Step 1 - Legs in the air Before beginning the Shoulderstand, make sure that there is enough room behind you. You must be able to stretch your arms out behind your head and have at least 30 cm (1 ft) between your fingertips and any obstructions. Lie flat on your back, with your feet together. Inhale while bringing your legs up to a right angle. Step 2 - Moving Up Tuck your hands under your buttocks, with your fingers pointing toward your spine. Then, as you exhale, gently raise your body by letting your hands walk down your back and push you into position. Step 3 - In Balance Continue to move your hands up your back until you rest on your shoulders. Breathe normally, and keep your legs straight. Hold for 30 seconds; as the pose becomes easier, increase the time to 3 minutes. To come down, drop your feet halfway to the floor behind your head. Put your hands on the floor. Unroll your body vertebra by vertebra to the floor. Hand position: Put your hands on the small of your back, with your fingers toward your spine. Variation. The ShoulderstandFree Newsletter ! © 2010 Copyright, Company Name. Chicago.Terms And Conditions

8 Home | Classes | Events And Workshops | Yoga For You | Meditation | Experts FAQ | Teachers | Contact Us Enter Your Name Enter Your Subscribe  Siddha Yoga  Sahaja Meditation  Moksha Yoga  Yoga Breaks  Yoga Research  Diet And Benefits Yoga Categories Follow Us : Don’t Miss ! October 15–17, 2010 Yoga for the Nervous System: Healing Anxiety, Insomnia and PTSD Bo Forbes Unlock the power of your mind-body network to calm your mind, quiet your nervous system, and relax your physical body. October 22-24, 2010 Happier: Positive Psychology And Yoga Tal Ben - Shahar Bookmark icons Yoga Studio Yoga Therapy Serious … ! Name: Address: Phone: Message: Our Studio Locations Your Name Your City, Address Phone No Write Message Submit MOKSHA RIVERWEST 700 N Carpenter (near Milwaukee & Chicago) Chicago, IL Free street parking is usually available. Phone: (312) Fax: (312) MOKSHA LAKEVIEW 3334 N Clark (between Belmont & Roscoe) Chicago, IL Limited street parking is available. A pay lot is 1/2 block north of the studio. Phone: (773) Write To Us Location Map Free Newsletter ! © 2010 Copyright, Company Name. Chicago.Terms And Conditions

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