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Sunday, March 1 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
A Sustainable Practice Creates A Sustainable Life

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In the world as it stands today, it is becoming increasingly obvious that Sustainability is no longer an option, but a much needed Reality. The Maya Yoga approach is intent on serving the Individual student and encourages students to discover their true self and let the practice be the teacher, showing you the tools to learn what is right for you at any given moment. Vinyasa Fusion combines the breath and flow of Vinyasa style yoga with alignment principles which support safety, postural integrity, and personal awareness in the practice. Since our practice is a representation of our lives, we will explore how this sustainable approach to our asana practice helps us to create and sustain balance in our lives. We invite you to explore Nicki’s unique approach to Vinyasa yoga because it will strengthen all aspects of your being through dynamic structural alignment, conscious breathing, and practical yogic philosophy.

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Nicki Doane

Devotion to yoga and the desire to share and give back to the world are what motivate Nicki Doane to teach. Yoga is spirit in action, and Nicki hopes to inspire people to find a place of spirit inside themselves, recognizing the profound connection between the self and spirit. Her unique approach to Vinyasa yoga strengthens all aspects of your being through dynamic structural alignment, conscious breathing, and practical yogic philosophy; helping students find the deeper meaning of yoga. | | Nicki Doane had a wanderlust that led her to India in 1991 to study yoga. She went to Mysore to meet Sri K. Pattabhi Jois and immediately realized she had found her teacher. Nicki started teaching in 1992. She cites Pattabhi Jois, along with Eddie Modestini, Gabriella Giubilaro, and Tim Miller among her most influential teachers. She is an authorized teacher of Ashtanga Yoga. Although rooted in Ashtanga, Nicki's teaching goes beyond the traditional. Her Vinyasa classes combine asana, pranayama, philosophy, and poetry... Read More →


Sunday March 1, 2015 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Kahuku Ballroom