Dahn Yoga is a unique type of yoga that features simple exercises for the conditioning of the body and mind suitable for people of all body types and ages. Dahn Yoga will make your body healthy and strong, while also helping you to relax and release your stress. Based in the principles of Oriental Medicine, the benefits of yoga include the release of tired, stagnant and toxic energy, while increasing the circulation of fresh, oxygenated blood to internal organs and throughout the entire body. Dahn Yoga helps practitioners with: Flexibility and balance Ki (also known as Chi) energy circulation Digestive health Stress management Breathing and relaxation techniques The Boylston Street studio of the multi-nationally known Dahn Yoga Center is an oasis tucked on the 2nd floor of a building, above the bustle of the city below. All those seeking a place to come and relax and shake off the stress of fast-paced urban living are welcome. Class offerings are not those that one encounters in other yoga studios, and include Tai Chi, DahnMuDo (non-combative martial art), Stretching, Vibration, Mixed Flow, and Intestine classes designed to rid the body of toxins accumulated in the intestinal tract. Su Haeng sessions on awakening the individual spirit are available after completing the once monthly offering of Shim Sung, an awakening of the soul exercise. The focus of Dahn practice differs from other Yoga practice in its intense focus on the brain, by creating the tools necessary to improve the health and well being of the individual, family, and society as a whole. Their Best 5 Program is a unique progression used to simply maximize your brain's effectiveness. Personal instruction sessions are available. The Boston Dahn Yoga & Healing Center, located on Boylston Street, offers classes in regular and advanced Tai Chi, and Vibration. For more information and class times, visit the Boston Center webpage. Parking available. With over 30 years in yoga instruction and healing, Dahn Yoga has nearly 1,000 centers worldwide. For more information, visit the Dahn Yoga website link above and brainwavevibration.com.