This detoxifying and dynamic Yoga practice is an Ayurvedic approach to “hot” Yoga, but most of the heat comes from within. Learn how to awaken your inner fire (agni) to cleanse every morsel of your physical and energetic body. Experience a mindful Ayurvedic Yogic approach to ridding your body of toxins, excess fat, and phlegm through a practice infused with special combinations of postures, sequences, and powerful breathing techniques in a warm body and a warm room.
Experience how asana and pranayama can be interwoven to enhance the quality of your Yoga practice according to your body‒mind type (dosha). Special body oils and teas will be recommended by Mas. Includes Yoga: Experienced Beginners and Intermediate/Advanced Students
The experience of arthritis and pain often involves a loss of control and a reduced quality of life. Learn to manage pain before it manages you, with mind–body-informed relaxation and pain-management techniques, drawing on evidence-based research and ancient Yogic meditation practices. Yoga postures will not be performed.
Tiffany Hwang, Ph.D., a licensed psychologist and board-certified medical psychotherapist, has a private psychotherapy and consulting practice specializing in mind–body-informed treatments. The former director of Bellevue’s Mind–Body Program is on the clinical faculty of New York University School of Medicine and is a clinical supervisor of psychology at Columbia University.