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Friday, February 27 • 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Intro To Maya Yoga Vinyasa Fusion

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This class will be an introduction to Vinyasa Fusion, suitable for all levels, focusing on opening the front body and strengthening the back. Using Suryanamaskar (Sun Salutations) to slowly build heat and standing poses to reconnect you with the earth, we will move through a Vinyasa style practice that will leave you feeling recharged and stress free. We will cover in detail all the lunge work for which Maya Yoga is famous. Special attention will be paid to cultivating awareness in our hands and feet in order to ground us more deeply to the earth. Class will conclude with backbends and inversions. Learn to create safety and strength by applying basic alignment principles to a Vinyasa style practice.

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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 →

Friday February 27, 2015 1:00pm - 2:30pm
Kahuku Ballroom

Attendees (115)