A Celebration of the Spring Equinox
with Narisara Vanichanan
Friday, March 12, 2021
about this class
Remove sluggish, stagnant energy that has accumulated over the long, dark, and cold winter months. The practice will honor loss: gently letting go of past layers, timeworn habits, and outdated beliefs. Cultivate “right Intention,” as we embrace this time for renewal—for planting karmic seeds, witnessing change, and celebrating the return of Spring.
Expect two full hours of a well-rounded practice combining vinyasa yoga, pranayama, and both yin & restorative yoga postures. A journal and pen are recommended. Standard yoga props (blanket, blocks, strap, bolster) are suggested.
All levels welcome. (2 hours)
about the teacher
Narisara Vanichanan (E-RYT 500) blends anatomy studies, poetry, dharma, and the arts into her classes and draws inspiration from everyday urban life. Narisara received her 200-hour and 500-hour vinyasa yoga teacher training from Om Yoga in New York City, and advanced anatomy studies at The Breathing Project under Amy Matthews and Leslie Kaminoff. She has certifications in yin yoga, hand mudras, Yoga Tune Up® therapy balls, Yoga4Cancer, restorative yoga, prenatal yoga, and meditation. She also holds a 200-hour certification in therapeutic yoga from Abhyasa Yoga Center, and has been practicing vipassana (insight) meditation for over 14 years with Downtown Meditation Community. She has taught yoga at Zen residential meditation retreats for the Village Zendo, and is a guest teacher trainer in hand and foot anatomy, restorative yoga, and yin yoga.