Tracy Sachs

Thursday 4:30: Bhakti Vinyasa Flow
A heart-centered vinyasa practice, using pranayama, movement, and meditation to strengthen mind, body and Spirit. This practice is designed to help you tap into your inner power, by creating space to work out and work in, to cultivate a moving meditation. Class is open to beginning yoga students and those wishing to deepen their practice.

Thursday 8:30: Bhakti Hatha Flow
A heart centered approach to vinyasa helping to strengthen our persistence and focus “muscles” in additional to our physical bodies. This practice ebbs and flows between work and rest and holds space for you to find your unique expression of movement and static postures in the context of a group class. A great way to unwind and prepare for deep, restful sleep. Class is open to beginning yoga students and those wishing to deepen their practice.

BIO
Leading asana and meditation classes since 2003, Greg has taught classes in yoga studios, private homes, massage schools, corporations, gyms, universities and the great outdoors. The role that Greg serves in students' lives is that of a motivator, to inspire students to cultivate a regular yoga practice and connect with their already existing inner potential. This connection occurs by using yogic technologies such as asana (posture), bandhas, (internal body locks), mantras (sound current), mudras (hand gestures), and pranayama (breath control). His classes focus on the breath, cultivating a meditative mood, and the notion of working out and in simultaneously through vinyasa and static postures.
Greg became aware of the Bhakti Yoga as a practice and joy by attending his first kirtan shortly after completing his first teacher training 14 years ago,. he felt a deep heart awakening and re-established his relationship to God, and earnestly cultivated a Bhakti yoga practice. This practice regularly incorporates, japa (manta repetition) kirtan and seeing the Grace of God in all things as much as possible. Through this practice of Bhakti Yoga Greg became a devotee of Sri Neem Karoli Baba and Shri Mata Amritanadamayi aka Amma,aka the hugging saint and strives to find ways of both practicing and inspiring others in the notions of Love, Service and Devotion, by finding the goodness and Grace of God in the experiences of day to day living.


 
BIO 
Leading asana and meditation classes since 2003, Greg has taught classes in yoga studios, private homes, massage schools, corporations, gyms, universities and the great outdoors. The role that Greg serves in students' lives is that of a motivator, to inspire students to cultivate a regular yoga practice and connect with their already existing inner potential.  This connection occurs by using yogic technologies such as asana (posture), bandhas, (internal body locks), mantras (sound current), mudras (hand gestures), and pranayama (breath control).  His classes focus on the breath, cultivating a meditative mood, and the notion of working out and in simultaneously  through vinyasa and static postures.

Greg became aware of the Bhakti Yoga as a practice and joy by attending his first kirtan shortly after completing his first teacher training 14 years ago,. he felt a deep heart awakening and re-established his relationship to God, and earnestly cultivated a Bhakti yoga practice. This practice regularly incorporates, japa (manta repetition) kirtan and seeing the Grace of God in all things as much as possible. Through this practice of Bhakti Yoga Greg became a devotee of Sri Neem Karoli Baba and Shri Mata Amritanadamayi aka Amma,aka the hugging saint and strives to find ways of both practicing and inspiring others in the notions of Love, Service and Devotion, by finding the goodness and Grace of God in the experiences of day to day living.


 

 

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