Modern Hatha Yoga
Natural Movement Yoga
All of these are a good description of what you will experience when you join the Rexburg Yoga ongoing Tues and Thur morning classes.
566 S 5th W Rexburg, ID
–Education of our students is a priority–
–Beginners welcome at any time–
–We want students to feel good – body, mind and emotions–
–Bringing a consistent yoga practice to this area since 1999–
A quote by Sally Kempton, shared in class in February.
By improving your ability to fully receive, you will come to notice how many gifts are being offered to you at every moment. The wind in the trees, a stranger’s smile, the wagging tail of a dog will feel like personal offerings of affection, gifts of beauty and wisdom. Whatever you give back becomes part of that same dance–the dance of giving and receiving, in which we’re all each other’s partners.
One of our long-time friends and yoga students participated in a television commercial for Blue Cross Blue Shield. The great shots don’t give the true picture of the many hours riding back and forth by the river on a horse that she was unfamiliar with until that morning. She makes it looks effortless and easy. Thanks for sharing with us Dotti.
We might be able to get the whole video, but until then here are some screen shots of Dotti with the horse. Dotti and Horse P1
We had a quick surprise graduation party for Shelly who graduated from Massage Therapy school this week. Breakfast cookies were on the menu, so here’s the recipe. And congratulations to Shelly for her accomplishment. Continue reading →
We have all seen advertisements or online photos of very thin, and very flexible women in beautiful and challenging yoga postures. This is a constant message to the subconscious mind that yoga will make one look like this model or if weight loss is on the mind, then the message would be that yoga can help weight loss. Continue reading →
While its true that a yoga practice does not provide all the movement a body needs, it does provide most of the natural human movements including the squat. What’s the big deal about squatting? Continue reading →
Yoga is the only kind of movement one needs. Is that true? Let’s look at a standard, garden-variety yoga class: inside a room, on a mat, for about an hour, two or three times a week. The student moves forward, back, bending, squatting, lunging, and some twisting. And while this IS beneficial and healthy, it does not fulfill the body’s movement needs. Continue reading →