Weekly class schedule:
Sunday 4:00 - 5:30PM - Shanti Yoga in Troy
Kundalini Yoga is the Yoga of Awareness. It
uses movement (asana), pranayam (breath), sound current (mantra) and meditation to relax and heal your body and mind, allowing the spirit to flow freely. This powerful and effective form of Yoga, as taught by Yogi Bhajan, PhD., Master of Kundalini Yoga, is a wonderful way to de-stress, recharge and heal your body quickly.
I specialize in working with women who are pregnant, new mothers, and young children with special needs and extraordinary
gifts. Please visit my website for more information on current classes, workshops and private Feldenkrais Sessions. Or join me for a free podcast on how to create a home practice that supports you from Womb to World.
The Center For Nia and Yoga, it is an oasis located in the heart of downtown Albany.Various Yoga: Ashtanga, Kripalu,
Yoga flow, Kundalini, Forrest Yoga. The Center has 2 beautiful studio and a women's gathering room. Nia is a somatic body awareness program. It teaches a life style practice of Living with JOY! A full schedule of Nia classes and Nia teacher training provided.
The Yoga Loft provides classes in Iyengar Kripalu style yoga by a dedicated and experienced staff of practitioners.
The studio is fully equipped with props, rope wall, hardwood floors and natural light. Easily accessible in a popular location with on-site parking. Offers workshops with national teachers and monthly kirtan.
Styles of yoga offered: Hatha, Chair, Gentle, Yin, Svaroopa, Tantra, Restorative, Bhakti (Kirtan), and Meditation.
classes are open to walk-ins unless otherwise noted.
We offer Yoga for every "body," age, and lifestyle; Meditation, Guided Visualization; Hypnosis; Reiki & other forms of energy work; Massage, Sound Healing; and Much More!
Key 2 Joy is a Wellness Community Center serving the Albany, Colonie, Niskayuna, and Schenectady areas of NY focusing on the whole person: body, mind and spirit. We provide resources and guidance for developing and maintaining a community to support wellness.
The American Meditation Institute is a 501(c)3 non-profit educational organization devoted to providing comprehensive
training in mind-body medicine. In its holistic approach to wellness, AMI combines the best of ancient Eastern wisdom and the practicality of modern Western science. AMI offers weekly meditation instruction and easy gentle yoga classes, in addition to courses and retreats on Ayurveda (an Indian system of natural medicine and self-care), the chakra system and human anatomy, Yoga psychology of the Bhagavad Gita, food as medicine, advaita vedanta and more.
Under the guidance of its founders, Leonard (Ram Lev) and Jenness Perlmutter, the American Meditation Institute provides practical, step-by-step instruction on how to control, conserve and transform our greatest natural resource---the power of thoughts, desires and emotions. These mind-body skills empower individuals to make conscious, discriminating and reliable choices---choices that enhance their physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being.
By practicing the scientific techniques taught at AMI, students learn how to construct a practical bridge between their own inner, intuitive quantum wisdom and their actions in the world. This bridge between the inner and outer worlds coordinates all our assets to enable us to experience healthy, creative, loving, nurturing and rewarding relationships.
The curriculum presented at The American Meditation Institute is an educational body of knowledge that neither interferes nor conflicts with any religious or cultural belief. On the contrary, the teachings at AMI helps students of all backgrounds increase their understanding of, and appreciation for every religion and culture, including their own.
Breathing Room is a place where you can come and catch your breath. A studio space featuring soft light and natural
elements, Breathing Room is the perfect escape from an often busy and chaotic world. We offer yoga classes, energy healing services and room hours where one can just sit in quiet contemplation — all in an effort to aid you in bringing balance back into your life.
~Liz Filippone received her 500 hour teacher training from the Iyengar Yoga Institute of San Francisco and has been
practicing yoga for over ten years. She also studied Vinyasa style yoga with Jason Crandell and Seane Corn. She enjoys teaching as well as sharing her experiences with the practice. Liz is also a Movement-based Performance Artst.