The earth is always in motion, the universe is dynamic and so are we.
The Fall Equinox is the crossing of the sun over the celestial equator causing the day and the night to be nearly equal in length and marking the first day of fall.
Lets honor our sun and the lessons it teaches us, explore our internal transitions and find grounding through this festive practice of 108 sun salutations.
* open to all levels *
Lead by: Adee Levy & Karrie Larsson
Renowned mathematicians of Vedic culture viewed 108 as a number of the wholeness of existence. This number also connects the Sun, Moon, and Earth: The average distance of the Sun and the Moon to Earth is 108 times their respective diameters. Such phenomena have given rise to many examples of ritual significance.
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Karrie has loved discovering through yoga the dynamic power of moving and breathing consciously, and is very thankful for the community of people and places this practice has brought her into contact with. Incorporating her knowledge and experience with different kinds of practices such as hatha, ashtanga and Buddhist meditation, her classes aim to promote strength and gradual opening in the body, as well as space for quiet self-observance. She completed her 200-hour teacher training at Daya Yoga Studio and is attuned to Reiki Level I
I was introduced to Yoga in 2010 through the Ashtanga method in Israel. I fell in love with this interesting and challenging practice. Soon I realized that the practice was helping me deal with lower back issues as well as dealing with personal stress and anger management. When I moved to Los Angeles I discovered Vinyasa yoga and the Iynengar method and found a way to combine these two very different styles in to my personal practice. I moved to New York in 2016 and found the piece I didn't know was missing in my practice, Yin yoga.
The Yoga practice had a huge positive impact on my life and inspired me to become a yoga teacher and share the love.
My mission is to provide a safe and personal experience to each practitioner.