The studio is conveniently located near the I-10 and US 60 Freeways on Kyrene Rd. It has over 1600 square feet of practice
space. The fifteen foot ceilings of the main studio provides an open, airy space to practice in. Classes are taught in the tradition of Patanjali's Classical Yoga and are primarily based in the Ashtanga Vinyasa and Iyengar Styles of yoga. Mention YogaFinder.com a complimentary first class. All levels of Yoga experience are encouraged to attend.
Emerge Community Center is now offering Ashtanga yoga every Tuesday at 6 p.m.!
This form of yoga is physical and
athletic. Ashtanga is a conscious effort to train the mind to be fully present by controlling the body, breath and mind in one harmonious moment.
The physical postures of yoga are knit together with careful attention to the breath and the practitioner's point of focus. There is much more to yoga than bending, folding and twisting your body. Indeed yoga also stretches your mind by asking you to challenge your beliefs about yourself, your body, your consciousness, your identity and your community. In doing so yoga creates real and lasting change in the lives of its many practitioners.
The physical postures produce the added side effects of cleansing the body, ridding practitioners of unwanted fat and healing old injuries.
Learn to touch lives, heal bodies and free souls by learning to teach the 5000 year old art and science of yoga. The
SWIHA Yoga Teacher Training Program offers a comprehensive, thorough understanding of the roots, practice and development of Yoga as a path of unity. It blends the highest intentions of Eastern and Western philosophy and practice, cultivating the awareness to apply these principles as a teacher and lifelong student. The SWIHA Yoga Teacher Training Program is Yoga Alliance Approved, providing graduates with the nationally recognized qualifications to teach in any school or environment.