Morning Yoga w/ Preeti

This is a daily class from 7am-7:40am starting April 22nd ending May31st

 
 
Our Mission:    · We believe that yoga is for everyone- Every size, every personality, every age, every mood, every degree of flexibility.    We believe in the 8-limb of Yoga and believe that yoga, when practiced with dedication, has the power to change your life.    We believe in gratitude and have respect for the tradition and history of yoga.    We practice living with intention both on and off the mat and believe practice is personal, not competitive.

Our Mission:

· We believe that yoga is for everyone- Every size, every personality, every age, every mood, every degree of flexibility.

We believe in the 8-limb of Yoga and believe that yoga, when practiced with dedication, has the power to change your life.

We believe in gratitude and have respect for the tradition and history of yoga.

We practice living with intention both on and off the mat and believe practice is personal, not competitive.

From Preeti~

I am honored to share this 40 min short yoga practice with you. The goal of daily morning yoga is to help you maintain the union of mind and body throughout the day. This simple traditional session will bring balance and keep you grounded throughout the day.

  • ● 5 min- Yogic exercise

  • ● 10 min- Pranayama/ Breathing exercies

  • ● 5 min - Surya Pranayama/Sun Salutation

  • ● 10 min- Asanas/Postures

  • ● 10 min- Dhyana/Meditation


 

How to Prepare:

The beauty of yoga is that it requires very little other than your own body. Preparation is simple, but if you're new, it's always a good idea to get to class a little early to help acclimate yourself to the environment and introduce yourself to the instructor. Here are a few other tips to keep in mind:

●     Familiarize Yourself with Yoga and its meaning

●     Avoid Heavy Meals Prior to Classes

●     Touch Base with the Instructor

●     Be kind to yourself 

Class Etiquette:  Common sense and common courtesy are the cornerstones of good etiquette in any situation. Add in a healthy dose of respect for the people and places around you and a smidge of kindness and that about covers it.  ●  Arrive on Time   ●  Respect Others' Space   ●  Respect the Teacher   ●  Go to the Bathroom Quietly

Class Etiquette:

Common sense and common courtesy are the cornerstones of good etiquette in any situation. Add in a healthy dose of respect for the people and places around you and a smidge of kindness and that about covers it.

Arrive on Time

Respect Others' Space

Respect the Teacher

Go to the Bathroom Quietly


She was introduced to yoga while learning Katthak (Tradition Indian Dance Form) at the age of 6. She has been growing in her practice of decade, on and off the mat. Her passion for Yoga led her to get certified as a Traditional Yoga Instructor through Nepal Yoga Academy under Dr. Chintamani Gautam and is registered under Yoga Alliance, USA. Her training includes the theory and practice of teaching Ashtanga & Hatha Asanas (postures), Pranayama (breathwork), Mudra-Bandhas (advanced techniques in Hatha Yoga used mainly for culturing of emotions), Anatomy, Ethics & Yoga Philosophy.

She was introduced to yoga while learning Katthak (Tradition Indian Dance Form) at the age of 6. She has been growing in her practice of decade, on and off the mat. Her passion for Yoga led her to get certified as a Traditional Yoga Instructor through Nepal Yoga Academy under Dr. Chintamani Gautam and is registered under Yoga Alliance, USA. Her training includes the theory and practice of teaching Ashtanga & Hatha Asanas (postures), Pranayama (breathwork), Mudra-Bandhas (advanced techniques in Hatha Yoga used mainly for culturing of emotions), Anatomy, Ethics & Yoga Philosophy.

Her deepest gratitude goes to:

Yoga & Ayurveda Gurus/Teachers - Dr. Chintamani Gautam & Krishna Ji and Dr. Keshab Pandey

Meditation Gurus- Lama Baje & the Sangha, and Arya Sunanda

Integrating Equity & Honor Yoga Work - Susanna Barkataki, Ignite BeWell

About the Instructor

Preeti Yonjon Feist, is originally from Kathmandu, Nepal and lives in Alexandria, MN. She is a devout flora and fauna enthusiast. Preeti’s biggest passion beside hoarding plants and animals that need home is to follow her instinct, ancestral recipes and cook with intention. She wants to continue growing in her yoga practice on and off the mat, justice healing and advocacy in the community.

Preeti’s intention as a yoga teacher is to help you build the relationship between body, mind and breath through traditional, authentic, non-judgmental teaching style and compassion-centered philosophy. Her goal is to approach old traditions and values in an appreciative way, without appropriation, while applying this wisdom to our contemporary world. She intentionally combines creative sequencing, various breathing exercises and yogic philosophies that nurtures and yoke our mind and body. She hopes that our practice together will promote inclusivity and that we all become yoga culture advocates as we step together on and off the yoga space refreshed, nourished, balanced and aware that we are all connected.