What is Yoga?
Yoga is a deeply personal and experiential inquiry into our own hearts, minds and lives.
Yoga is a 5,000-year-old wisdom tradition. Yoga means union – the union of body, mind, and soul. Yoga helps us to develop sensitivity to our present condition and offers clear methods that work across the entire spectrum of human experience.
These methods include: Breathing (Pranayama), Asanas (Poses) and Meditation!
At Heavenly Yoga in Morrison you are entering a very unique Yoga Boutique! Small class sizes will give you individual attention, excellent yoga alignment suggestions and fun and laughter to expand your own yoga horizon! Always encouraging you to attend workshops and retreats to learn more about the 8 limbs of Yoga.
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Tuesday, August 16th - Yoga & Meditation
Thursday, August 18th - Yoga & Wine & Tapas
Please join us @ 5:15pm to experience Joy (easy Hatha Yoga) and afterwards we will sit together with Wine & Tapas (little appetizers) to share. But also know - that Tapas in the Yoga world mean 'heat' or 'fire'. The fire that's created through yoga practice brings postive change!
Thursday, August 25th - Yoga & Movie
Please join us @ 5:15pm to experience Joy (easy Hatha Yoga) and afterwards we will sit together outside (if weather permits) to watch Deadpool - just a few days later than it shows at Red Rocks...bring popcorn, drinks and whatever you like to see this science fiction action film.
A trip of a lifetime to Iceland. This is a very exclusive 11 day & 10 night retreat. Included is a 1 day trip to explore the famous Golden Circle & the entire island's Ring Road in 6 days. We also will visit the famous Blue Lagoon and will explore Reykjaviks charm for 3 days. Flights are Not included. As of June 2016 the Iceland Yoga retreat in October is Sold Out. However, if you are still interested, we will add you to our wait list.
Good Yoga Advice & Philosophy
Practice Santosha / Contentment, Niyama (2). We tend to think of contentment as the fulfillment of desires, but the yogis tell us that this kind of happiness is short lived. The yogic view of contentment develops from accepting whatever life brings us. Contentment is the mindfulness of living in the moment, something we naturally do when practicing yoga. Once you decide that what you have is all you need, Contentment/Santosha will always find a place in your heart. This requires a sense of inner acceptance, which begins when you stop comparing yourself with others. As long as there is comparison, accompanied by judgment, there cannot be contentment. Practice Santosha by remembering the blessings you have in your life. There are 1000 of extraordinary things around you, if you choose to look at them that way. In the yogic view Happiness, the feeling of contentment is a choice.
Heavenly Yoga for YOU!
Heavenly Yoga's Slogan
Strengthen, Relax, Rejuvenate! "Why Not?"
Heavenly Yoga's Description
Heavenly Yoga classes are designed to create a strong body & healthy mind!
Heavenly Yoga's Mission Statement:
Our mission is to create an intimate and sacred setting for people to grow in their physical and spiritual yoga practice. All levels and abilities are welcome. Heavenly Yoga emphasizes the breath as the foundation to connect body, mind and spirit. We will make you sweat, sculpt, heal and transform yourself.
Heavenly Yoga's Vision Statment:
Heavenly Yoga's vision is to offer yoga's philosophy through classes, events and retreats around the world. We believe the health of a community is dependent on the health of all of its members. The sensitivity we develop on our yoga mats effects everybody around us. Slowly yogi by yogini we can shift the direction the world is taking. This includes the gifts of peace, harmony, laughter, and love. The Buddah said: "To keep your body in good health is a duty - otherwise we shall not be able to keep our minds strong and clear."
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