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 The practice will honor loss: gently letting go of past layers, timeworn habits, and outdated beliefs.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
For Narisara Vanichanan (E-RYT 500), a former dancer & practicing Theravada Buddhist, teaching yoga is an opportunity to help students find clarity, renewed energy, and spacious stillness. She offers a creative but structured environment where the present moment is honored. Narisara is a teacher trainer specializing in calm, abiding practices, such as mindful movement, restorative yoga, yin yoga, and meditation. She draws inspiration from nature, healthy living, and the unexpected in urban life.
Narisara (ERYT-500, YACEP) is completing her training as an Ayurveda Yoga Specialist and is studying Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupressure. In 2009, she received her yoga teacher training from Om Yoga Center and studied advanced anatomy for three years at The Breathing Project. She has been practicing vipassana (insight) meditation and formal Dhamma study with Wat Florida Dhammaran & New York Downtown Meditation Community. She teaches yoga & mindful meditation to artists at Pratt Institute.
Narisara has taught yoga at residential meditation retreats, corporate law firms, and universities. Her certifications also include The Roll Method® massage therapy balls, Yoga4Cancer, hand mudras, pranayama, and Yoga Nidra.