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 to be responsible for their
own health and well-being is a priority.
Rexburg yoga has been bringing a consistent
yoga practice to this area since 1999.
Beginners welcome at any time. We have mats and props to use.
At Rexburg yoga we want students to feel good – body, mind and emotions.
It takes time, attention and continued practice. Join us.
You won’t find this asana name in any text, ancient or modern since I just invented it, and now let me explain it.
SRVasana. Self-Regulating Vibrating posture. It’s the practice and protocol of eliciting a natural vibration in the body.
In our morning class I’ve been discussing the benefits of shaking, and this week we will learn and practice this Self-Regulating Vibration Posture and experience the amazing feeling that results. Continue reading →
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 →
For students not knowing the body anatomy, they might think its possible to have the organs themselves twist or wring out in a particularly deep twist. And teachers, not being mindful of their words, might give this as a metaphor to imagine what’s happening inside. But it’s not true, and not physically possible to have the organs of the body twist or wring out.
Its a fun tradition at Rexburg yoga to take a class and celebrate the Chinese New Year. This year brings in the energy of the Red Fire Monkey. Without knowing anything about the symbolic meaning of this year, one can guess that with a combination of red fire and monkeys, its something wild, passionate, unpredictable and lively. Continue reading →
While achieving an amazing balancing feat like we sometimes see in advertising is unrealistic for the average person, a reasonable expectation for a regular yoga practice is improved overall balance.
While there are many causes for loss of balance, a common one as we age is “use it or lose it.” As busy and distracted as we are during an average day, we probably don’t take time to mindfully balance and move out of the normal plane of movement. A regular yoga practice can help use and strengthen those tissues, muscles, nerves, and bones needed to balance.