Vinyasa or Ashtanga yoga is the dynamic synchronizing of the breath with a progressive series of postures, resulting in improved circulation and increased body strength. The Yoga asana is one of the ways we “unite” (YOGA = union or yoke) the Mind, Body and Soul. She will bring the experience of breath work (Pranayama), Asana’s (poses), Buddhist Philosophy (Hindu folklore) to her students. Her newly found love for the Singing Bowl of Tibet will be played at the close of each class. The sound of the bowl can soothe the nervous system and further heal your body.
His class is a peaceful, yet vigorous, vinyasa yoga practice that focuses on flowing through basic poses, maintaining them with proper alignment, moving with the breath and finding stillness in the postures; A traditional Hatha yoga classes combined with elements of Zen Buddhism. All levels welcome.
Angela Mancini, RYT 200, started practicing yoga when she was seventeen, trying to find an alternative to working out and going to the gym. When she realized all that yoga had to offer, she was hooked. Angela received her Master’s in Clinical and Mental Health Counseling from Kean University. She is a licensed mental health and substance abuse counselor and utilizes yoga and meditation into her work. Angela believes that yoga practice is not only about the postures and becoming more flexible, but must unite body, mind and spirit. Angela’s teaching style includes utilizing positive self-talk, affirmations and humor. She enjoys working with all populations, but feels her true passion is working with teenagers. Angela has worked with children and teens for over ten years. Angela attended is trained in Kids Yoga through Bee You Yoga.
Angela wants her students to leave her class feeling happier and less stressed.