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Joyce Salazar, RYT200

Hey! I’m Joyce Marie, I’ve lived a little over a quarter of a century and only about a year ago did I find myself on my mat and felt myself breathe for the first time. Since then I’ve done some soul searching to meet the person behind the mother and wife I’ve always labeled myself as and became an RYT200. I now hope to one day give the gift I’ve received from Yoga to others. As Mahatma Gandhi once said, “...the best way to find yourself, is to lose yourself in the service of others” May we meet at your mat.

Joyce Salazar, RYT200 instructs the following:
  • New Beginnings
  • We are all beginners! This class is a refreshing class for both beginners and for those with some experience. This class will include basic breathing exercises (pranayama) and foundational poses.  Gentle, basic stretching and strengthening for the entire body with brief resting postures between active poses.  This class will develop a balanced asana practice, improved pranayama, and cultivate a meditative mind to create the space to access your own inner rhythm and heart wisdom.

    This class is beginner-focused, however all levels are welcome.  Class may vary by teacher. Prenatal friendly

    Temperature:  80-85F (Light Heat)

  • Yoga Nidra
  • Learn how to calm your mind and cultivate greater enjoyment in more of your life. Yoga Nidra, also known as yogic sleep, offers deep relaxation in a shorter time period. It is said that 45 minutes is equivalent to three hours of sleep. Explore this guided meditation to a state of mind between wakefulness and sleep. Focus on personal goals and dreams, while letting go of stress, tension, and anxiety.
    Practiced comfortably lying in a supported Savasana, in a lightly warmed room
    Spend time exploring Yoga Nidra, the state of blissful rest where the body’s natural healing and regenerative processes are nurtured and balanced. No meditation experience necessary.
    It is that state when you are totally relaxed yet conscious and aware, similar to when you are just about to fall asleep. Yoga Nidra practices were developed thousands years ago as a means to achieve the deepest states of inner peace and relaxation and positively impact, and recondition your mind's subconscious layers.