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To pre-register, or for more information, please contact Snow Lion Yoga at 617-905-7301

to contribute to important causes for Snow Lion Yoga; Animal Victims of natural and personal disaster including ongoing support to Katrina/Fredstock/The One Fund can be allocated toward cost free sessions for victims, N.O. A.S.P.C.A., ONe Fund. Please email with any inquiry of these causes. info@snowlionyoga.com

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Join Us for Fundraiser series of Benefits Aiding Human & Animal Victims of Natural and Catastrophic Events .

Yogathons, Lecture, & Workshops dedicated to awareness, alternatives, hope and truth about Colorectal Cancer, Trauma, & Stress caused by Natural and Human events...AWARENESS could save a life!

100% of all proceeds go to the Frederick F Ciampi III, The One Fund, Hurricane Katrina. Fred was my beloved 1st husband who fought many years longer than expected, diagnosed at 35 stage 4, as is the case is too ofen. The business of medicine, cheated Fred from nothing less than a horrific death at 38...Learn critical ways you CAN save your life or someone you love. Come..Ejoy, celebrate..LEARN! Prevent and educate!

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PRIVATE YOGA TRAINING, HOLISTIC CONSULTATION, SESSIONS AVAILABLE PER HOUR, AVERAGE TIME 90 MINUTES

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Boston, Cambridge, Metro West, national, and international locations

 

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Please contact Snow Lion Yoga at 617-905-7301 or click HERE to e-mail info@snowlionyoga.com

Classes welcome all levels, those new to yoga and 'yoga veterans'. Snow Lion Yoga's approach is tailored to the needs of the individual, even in a group. Not everyone can go at the same pace, so classes are taught in a style much they are in India...."it's YOUR practice, it's your pace". Careful attention is given to safe adjustment, correct alignment, proper breathing and keeping a flow to create warmth internally and not to stretch or strain a "cold body". Some postures are held, yet flow and connect together, creating a vigorous work of the body, but without punishing impact. Most vinyasa classes are a hybrid of Tri Yoga, Viniyoga, Ashtanga, and Traditional Hatha. "Yoga", translated literally, means to "Yoke" or to join.... in yoga we are joining the body, spirit (breath, prana), and mind...YOGA is "moving meditation". It is not recommended for beginners to start with pure Ashtanga classes. Choose the class that suits your schedule and activity level.

Student Guidelines (and some general good ideas for attending any yoga class)

Classes start ON TIME! We suggest you come at least 10 minutes prior to class time, to change or get ready, payment for space or event, sign in, and discuss any medical conditions with the instructor. This must be done prior to the start of class. Arriving late might compromise the class, create stress for yourself or the studio's next instructor. Wear or bring comfortable, but suitable clothing. If you are wearing a T-shirt, make sure it is not so oversized or loose that you can not see your posture....so if you are bent over ... inverted, your clothing is not obstructing your vision or your breathing passages. Bring a yoga mat, or rug, or you can request one no later than 24 hous in advance if available (supplies limited). We will can arrange for specialized, double thick, repurposed material, or hypoallergenic material mats purchase a month in advance. Bring a small towel, and if you wish, bring a leak proof water bottle to have beside your mat. New students will be given a health questionnaire to fill out. Please leave enough time before you begin your first class to complete this form or mention important health issues, injuries, or to discuss any conditions. You are responsible for informing the instructor of ANY recent injury or health concerns. Please remember this is for your health, balance and restoration. Have fun, please accept your body for what it is capable of that day. Old injuries often leave scar tissue, lasting or goring tissue and injury. Please include older injury information. It is fine to challenge yourself, but not to punish! You are not allowed to leave the class until you have smiled....at least internally!

VISIT ONGOING WORKSHOPS

THAI THERAPEUTIC YOGA AVERAGE SESSIONS 2 HOURS

 

In Traditional Hatha Yoga, the full moon is observed as a day of rest, fasting, and ritual cleansing may be regulated for practitioners by moon phases. Listed below is a list of the next 2006 full & new moon dates, as well as other significant phases.

Updating...stay tuned

The world is filled with chaotic and stressful energy. We all contribute in some way to the atmosphere, either directly, indirectly and without option. Our choice is what we add to this. By gaining internal peace, health and strength, putting forth positive energy you can contribute your best this spring/summer. Quiet strength...your mind as well acceptance respect of your body, and a grace of your spirit, these will be your gifts!

A perfect time for YOGA

Locations Include Past and Present


Mount Auburn Club

57 Coolidge Avenue, Watertown, MA 02472

Exhale Spa

(Park Square)

MIT

Harvard University

Wellbridge Athletic Club

Marblehead Center For The Arts

Private Lessons Available Boston, Cambridge, and surrounding areas

Outdoor Yoga at The Charles River Boston

Contact to confirm when weather is permitting

Contact for details

Mass General Hospital and Dana Farber Cancer Hospital(call for details)

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