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{New Sangha Offering} Iyengar Yoga every Thursday at 4:30 with Aude Cardona

April 5, 2011

This class focuses on alignment, timing, sequencing and philosophy. As the student learns about their individual body alignment, the body becomes harmonious and the mind quiets. By exploring a different set of sequences each week, many aspects of physical, mental and emotional awareness can be achieved and built upon over time. Props including blocks, blankets, straps and our custom built rope wall are used in order to facilitate learning and adjust the postures to suit each individual.

About Aude: Aude started practicing Iyengar Yoga in Rishikesh, India, in 2001. Since then she has continued to deepen her practice in France with S.F Biria, and in the US with Kevin Gardiner, Genny Kapuler, Carrie Owerko and Joan White – eventually choosing to complete a 3 year training where she obtained her Iyengar Yoga teacher certification.

Audeʼs interest for Iyengar Yoga was instantaneous. Her mind was able to focus and her physical awareness increased, helping her tremendously with her opera singing. She later graduated from Manhattan School of Music where she studied voice.

Aude practices both Yoga and singing and enjoys exploring the link between them when teaching Yoga as they are both vibrational arts, echoing one another. Aude’s classes refelct a focused, calm yet energetic environment. Aude is grateful to share Yoga, a vehicle that keeps her going more gracefully through life, an endless path of wonderful discoveries.

“Yoga releases the creative potential in life.” BKS Iyengar.

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