|Date:||30th Jul 2012
|Class type:||Universal Yoga |
|Class description:||The Universal style of yoga (USY) is based on the knowledge of the human structure and universal rules of modifications of this structure. According to the traditional idea of yoga, a human being consists of seven bodies, called shells or maya koshas. These shells, or forms, are called organic, power, psychic, mental, spiritual, causal and absence of form -- or Formlessness. The goal of the USY is to achieve harmony and balance within each shell, between the shells, and between the human being and the outer world. To develop and refine these shells, USY uses a diversity of practical exercises. One may practise the exercises pertaining to each shell separately; however, to speed up the process, USY combines various elements of different exercises that create a simultaneous impact on several shells.|
|Class level:|| All levels|
|Yoga practice over the years has made Jing more familiar with her body and understand life better. She believes that with yoga, it is possible to lead a richer, more colourful life - rather than a monotonous, boring one.|
You don't need to care about your height or your weight, or use age as an excuse. It couldn't be simpler - if you just take the first step, together we can come face to face with a different world.
|Qualifications & Certifications|
|2006--40 hr. Ashtanga T.T. with David Swenson|
2007--30-hr. Anusara immersion with Desirée Rumbaugh
2008--200-hr. T.T. with Patrick Creelman
2010--Lady Niguma's Chakra series with Geshe Michael Roach
|When you persist in one thing, you sometimes ignore other good things around you.|
Let things go in order to gain more.
Life is great and yoga makes you happy. Enjoy your life, enjoy the fun of doing yoga.
|Travelling, reading, movies|
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