EVERY SUNDAY @ 9AM • 75 MINUTES
Basic I & II (Open Level)
Elaine offers a weekly Open Level (Dharma I & II) Sunday morning yoga class taught in Douglaston, New York (on overpass of LIRR tracks). In addition, to this, she offers private classes as well as outdoor classes during the Spring, Summer & Fall months.
Being outdoors deepens the yoga practice and expands ones understanding of various spiritual teachings.
*** 24 cancellation notice deeply respected NAMASTE
Dharma Yoga Shiva Namaskara Vinyasa
A challenging and physically absorbing vinyasa series created by Sri Dharma Mittra . This meditative series is designed to unfold complete movement of the spine and unleash your full energetic potential. Breathing, relaxation, and guided meditation will bring the practice full circle, removing the body’s toxic impurities and leading to higher states of health and well being. You will feel elevated, relaxed and inspired after this class. It promotes harmony within all the layers (physical, mental, emotional & spiritual) so a concentrated state of radiant health is achieved
Dharma Yoga I
This is the beginning level of the Dharma Yoga series. Students will practice DY Surya Namaskara Vinyasa and be introduced to DY Shiva Namaskara Vinyasa Level I to warm up the body, bring flexibility to all muscles and joints, and wake up the nervous system. A gentle yet powerful series of balancing, stretching, back bending, twisting and mild inverted postures will follow. This practice ends with Deep Relaxation, breathing exercises, and concentration/meditation to remove impurities and bring a sense of well-being to the body and radiant peace to the mind.
Dharma Yoga II
This practice builds on the fundamentals of Dharma I, and is designed for those wishing to advance in posture practice. Dharma II will ignite the entire bodily system through practice. A series of deeper balancing, stretching, back bending, twisting and inverted variations will be taught, including the Headstand, King of Postures. This practice finishes with Deep Relaxation, breathing practices, and concentration/meditation, which will induce deep calm and simultaneously invigorate the students.