Summer is finally here and for those of us who live on the Seacoast that means ABUNDANCE. Abundance of flowers, friends, vegetables, tourists, beach days, light... just to name a few. I love this time of y ear because it gifts us with the energy that we lost during the long months of winter.

 

One of the three ingredients for purification in the practice of Yoga is Tapas. This word can be translated as dedication, devotion, fire, or heat. It is what each student needs to bring them to the practice of Yoga and initiate change. Change means to take us to a place that we have not already been before.

 

At Yoga East we strive to help all levels of practitioners to become the best they can be. this can be to start a Beginner's Class and take advantage of our Introductory Special (5 classes for $50), to commit to developing your practice through a 100 hour Yoga Immersion or to simply sit in meditation once a week. Browse our site and find the class, workshop, or event that will help you find your Tapas!

 

We look forward to sharing Yoga!

 

Warmly,

Kimberly

 

 

 



Photo Credit: Emily Moylan Photography
Yoga East recently hosted Eddie Modestini and Nicki Doane for an amazing weekend workshop where we learned the secrets of Maya Yoga - the unsystem of yoga where nothing is what it seems.

We lunged, sat on our marmas, played with backbends and inversions, and exhaled like lions... thanks to all the yogis who joined in the fun. We can't wait to have them back again.