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Namaste Yoga 41: Special Series on the Yamas and Niyamas: Svadhyaya This is the second last class in the series of classes on the yamas and niyamas. This class will focus on svadhyaya (study by and of oneself). Nischala Joy Devi suggests that we can come to know our Divine Self through spiritual texts, nature and introspection. This class focuses on our connection to nature through the earth salutation, sun salutation, and moon salutation. The class finishes with a kundalini kirya to know the essence of self.
Namaste Yoga 20: The Kapha Dosha with Dr Melissa West Episode 20 of Namaste Yoga with Dr Melissa West, we will be focussing on bringing balance to the kapha dosha. Kapha is the dominant dosha of winter, it is dark, heavy and damp like winter. When the kapha dosha becomes imbalanced we can experience inertia, sluggishness, depression, lethargy, and fatigue. To bring some energy to this imbalance we will engage in a practice that is stimulating, moving, warming, lightening and energizing.
Namaste Yoga 48 Special Series on the Ayurvedic Doshas: Kapha with Dr Melissa West This is the final class in this series of classes on the Ayurvedic Doshas. Join us for a yoga class designed specifically to balance the kapha dosha.
Namaste Yoga 9: Special Series for Autumn: Lungs and Large Intestine with Dr. Melissa West In this weeks show of Namaste Yoga we will begin the first in a series of themed classes for the autumn season.
Namaste Yoga 10: Special Series for Autumn: Large Intestine with Dr. Melissa West We continue to connect with the energy of autumn and the dominant organ of the large intestine to encourage movement down and out of the body. According to ayurvedic medicine, waste that doesn't move down and out through the large intestine is called "ama" and moves up through the respiratory tract as mucous.
Namaste Yoga 38: Special Series on the Yamas and Niyamas: Sauca with Dr. Melissa West This week marks the first week we enter into the niyamas which are in a sense, the internal yamas. The whereas the yamas are about our relationship to the the world, niyamas outline a way of taking care of ourselves on a personal level.