Monday 7am - 830am: Amit Heri, Bhakti Shakti Yoga AlignOpen🔥🔥
AlignOpen is a practice that focuses on improving alignment, working within limitations and building stability and flexibility in your body, mind and emotions.
Wednesday 7am - 830am: Amit Heri, Bhakti Shakti Yoga FirePower🔥🔥🔥
FirePower is a practice that focuses on surrender to your breath, flow and cleansing action. Expand your threshold and ability to maintain balance in your asana practice. 3 flames
Friday 7am - 830am: Amit Heri, Bhakti Shakti Yoga OwnYourOwn
OwnYourOwn is a practice that focuses on taking self-responsibility in cultivating self-awareness, self-acceptance and self-transformation. Refine your sensitivity and ability to be guided by inner wisdom in your asana practice. Self practice class, participants may practice suggested sequence or any other sequences, e.g. Ashtanga, Iyengar, own sequences,etc. 1-3 flames.
Named in OPEN magazine’s list of 50 most creative Indians, Amit Heri is an acclaimed musician, yogi and traveler, seeking to experience and understand the wonder of nature in its myriad layers - external/internal, gross/subtle, physical/divine. His intention with teaching yoga is to share the wisdom of the ancient tradition of yoga with the purpose of empowering people to overcome negativity and to stay connected with the positive aspects of nature.
His clear-cut and compassionate method empowers students to attain greater awareness, clarity and consciousness in their practice and in their lives. His teachings stem out of his own experience with yoga as a transformational process – from shifting ignorance, ego, attachment/aversion and fear – based thinking to a more conscious, peaceful and trusting outlook.
Growing up in Bangalore, India, his interest in yoga was kindled at the age of 14, and role modeled by his parents, teachers and others with their positive mental outlook, attitude and disposition, in spite of the many challenges they faced in their day to day lives. His yoga studies in India have been in various systems of Hatha Yoga – Ashtanga and Iyengar included. His teachings are interdisciplinary and focus on devotion (Bhakti) to the practice of stabilizing, balancing and opening the body, breath and emotions as a means to liberate the mind and connect with heart and divine energy (Shakti).