Namaste and welcome to Santa Fe Yoga Center where we hold a space for your enlightened yoga practice, education and entertainment. Join us for individual or small group yoga practice and exploration of Santa Fe's natural wonders, through a tranquil lens of mindfulness. ~ Marianne. YOGA ALLIANCE BIO
YOU ARE UNIQUE. SO SHOULD BE YOUR YOGA
The center's philosophy is based upon the lineage of Krishnamacharya, advocating yoga practice matched to the student's needs
. Our instruction provides creative yoga sequences which cultivate vitality and equilibrium in body, mind and spirit. Marianne Mohr
received her Bodhisattva Vows from the Dalai Lama in 2003 and is dedicated to the enlightenment of all beings. She leads private sessions and yoga teacher training in New Mexico with loving guidance and expertise gained in 45+ years of practice.
SANTA FE, NEW MEXICO PRIVATE YOGA SESSIONS
Private yoga instruction is an excellent way to achieve meaningful results in a relaxed milieu. Clients receive a tailored yoga session incorporating Hatha Yoga styles of Fascia Stretch, Yin, Restorative & Ashtanga. Includes: client assessment, custom sequences, gentle hands-on adjustments, aromatherapy, fascia release, meditation. 575 802-3013.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?
Seasoned practitioners, athletes, beginners, injured students or those facing aging issues will benefit from application of therapeutic yoga sequences designed to open joints, release fascia and engage the vagus/parasympathetic nervous system. Our goal is to restore vitality, emotional balance, digestive equilibrium; address symptoms of PTSD/trauma, stress/anxiety; and to cultivate mind-body awareness, flexibility, strength and endurance through innovative yogic movement.
NEW MEXICO YOGA RYT200 TEACHER TRAINING
May - October 9 Weekends
$3900 Tuition/$1200 Scholarship
RYT200 Yoga Teacher Certification (or to deepen personal practice) Curriculum study of yoga physiology with ancient, traditional yogic wisdom of asanas, prana, nadis, bandhas, drishti and mudras. Multiple Hatha yoga styles taught: Yin, Fascia Stretch, Core Strength Vinyasa and Ashtanga. Taking enrollment now for May - October 2019 semester.
YOGA ALLIANCE CONTINUING EDUCATION
May - October $200 per day
Attend one immersive day for Continuing Education accredited by Yoga Alliance. Registered YACEP School, RYT CEUs
fully accredited by Yoga Alliance: 10 contact hours (classroom) and 20 non-contact hours (homework). Recent graduate Leah: "Wanted to thank you again for the class and let you know how much I enjoyed it!"
YOGA OUTDOORS | EXCURSIONS
Inspirational locations in Santa Fe, New Mexico provide background for yoga excursions: Tent Rocks, Aztec Springs, Abiquiu, Atalaya, Rio Chama, Dale Ball Trails, Nature Conservancy, Tesuque River. 2-4 hours. $30 per person per hour. Package includes: local trail guide and yoga instructor. Your guides will facilitate: preparatory stretch, trail support, photo shoot, yoga practice, meditation, aromatherapy, portage, magical views of Santa Fe for an enlightened experience tailored to your level of effort.
PUBLISHED USA TODAY NETWORK
Popular yoga practices and yoga teacher training may not always be productive. In this 4-part published work, Marianne provides solutions to the common obstacles students may encounter in their yoga practice.
By Marianne Mohr, Special to the Ruidoso News Published 3:01 p.m. MT March 16, 2018. The fourth in a series by the owner of the New Mexico Buddha Yoga School of Yogic Arts on getting the most from a yoga experience.
In this final installment, I discuss the advantages of a complimentary yoga practice to those with connective tissue and joint issues, and to athletes. Connective tissue problems may involve: fascia, muscle and joints which have become debilitated from lack of use, repetitive motion injury, trauma or natural declines due to age, and may cause pain, restriction of movement or chronic dysfunction.
Athletes who train with weights, run or cycle, may experience the negative flip side to their training and developed musculature. They report inflexibility or may suffer from joint issues, yet may not think of yoga as a good supplement to their training. But when injury, pain or an inability to make gain arises, yoga can be the ideal antidote.It may surprise an athletic student when the grandma on the yoga mat beside them is more limber. This can be an opportunity to set aside ego, but more importantly, yoga provides a valuable countermeasure to inflexibility and foreshorten muscles from the athletes’ strength building activities. Imbalance may be an issue with a well-developed, muscular physique, and also a hazard for seniors, precipitating injury from falls. For these students there is value in slow, deep stretching and classes which cultivate balance and core strength.
TIP: Ask your instructor what type of stretching is employed in their sequence. Forms of stretching include: static, ballistic and PNF, a technique to clench and release the targeted muscles to optimize the opening action of the Golgi Tendon. Ensure your yoga class devotes time to opening all joint and muscle groups in the body before moving on to more demanding yoga postures. This will aid in avoiding injury and to gain the desired results. Check out class styles named: Deep Stretch, Fascial Release, Restorative, Structural, Core Strength or Balance.
When specific joint issues arise in athletes from injury, wrists, hips, knees and rotator cuff may need special consideration. Joint problems in non-athletes and athletes alike include: inflammation (arthritis), trauma and osteoarthritis (degenerative joint disease). To protect and rejuvenate joints, yoga may be an optimal practice. But if not properly practiced, yoga could exacerbate wrist, knee, SI (involved with sciatica problems) and shoulder issues, especially from vinyasa flow and fast paced sun salutation style classes.
TIP: The start of any yoga class should include a methodic approach to opening the body, muscles and joint mobility. Joints contain, and are surrounded by, forms of connective tissue which act to control and buffer the action of movement and prevent bone contact - while providing range of motion and stability. Yoga can stimulate synovial fluid to lubricate joints, align the bursa, align joint function and manipulate fascia and muscles which play a role in effective function of joints. Ask your instructor which joints will be opened and about the poses benefits to joint health. If your yoga instructor can’t talk to you about these physiological aspects of yoga practice, you may choose to seek a class and instructor specialized in these applications of yoga.
As with all physical exercise, obtain your medical professional’s release to practice yoga. If practiced with common sense guidelines, my hope is that you will gain joyful benefits from your own yoga practice.Questions? Contact Mohr, E-RYT/Director, New Mexico Buddha Yoga School of Yogic Arts, at email@example.com.
Learn to teach yoga based on physiology, fascia release and mindful application of traditional yogic principles. New Mexico Yoga Teacher Training runs from May to October. Checkout www.buddhayogaclass.com
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Quintessential 1950s Adobe shopping center in the heart of the mountain Village of Ruidoso. Western Art Gallery, Massage Therapist, Yoga Studio & New Mexico Yoga Teacher Training. Leasing space 575 802-3013.
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