Burlington Yoga's mission is to provide a supportive, focused atmosphere accessible to students of all levels to develop and nourish their individual practice.
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Let your mind expand into vast, open space with a monthly yoga massage, calmly surrendering stress and tension. Relaxing the body and mind, the breath becomes the tide for all thought, clearing and renewing into emptiness.
Sunday, May. 26 - 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM
Sunday, Jun. 30 - 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM
Sunday, Jul. 21 - 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM
Sunday, Aug. 18 - 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM
"Realize with a still mind, the state between sleep and wakefulness...this is the real self, inherent in which one is no longer deluded." Tripura Rahasya
Sunday, Jun. 02 - 12:00 PM to 1:15 PM
In today’s society, many of us are called to spend our days in front of a computer screen, at a desk and behind the wheel; wreaking havoc on our neck and shoulders, causing widespread body pain including chronic headaches and migraines. Injuries and accidents can create further discomfort and misalignment. This workshop is designed to release the neck and shoulder muscles, find correct alignment for the skull and cervical spine, as well as loosening the related muscles and joints through the whole body.
Sunday, Jun. 09 - 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM
This light-hearted and fun Beginner Yoga Series is for people who have little or no experience with yoga. Taught by Shannon Every Friday at 7:30-9pm
Standing Yoga Mudra Pose provides an intense stretch to your shoulders. This pose also stretches your upper back and legs, while helping to increase the flexibility of your spine and hips. You can perform Standing Yoga Mudra Pose to help clear your mind, center your thoughts and become more aware of your feelings. As you move into the pose, try to keep your palms together to maintain the intensity of the stretch in your shoulders. Stretching your arms back and up in this pose can help correct a rounded back and shoulders. While holding the pose, you may find the stretch in the back of your legs too intense. Try standing with your feet further apart to reduce the strain. With regular practice of this pose, you should eventually be able to bring your legs closer together. You should use caution performing this pose if you have high blood pressure or an injury to your neck, shoulders, back or legs.