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Upcoming Events

Yoga at the Museum
"In Like a Lion & Out Like a Lamb"
with Gita
Saturday, Mar 18, 11-12:30

Navaratri
with Swami Atmarupa
Mar 28 - Apr 5
Mon-Thu 7:45-8:45 PM
Fri-Sun 5-6
FREE-Open to All

Beginners' Workshop
with Atmadarshan
Apr 1 - no fooling - 2-4 PM

Yama & Niyama Monthly Study Group
with Swami Atmarupa
Sundays, 4-5:30 PM
Apr 2, May 21, Jun 18, Jul 16, Aug 13, Sep 10, Oct 8, Nov 5
Attend one or all!

Eye Love Yoga
with Atmadarshan
Saturday, Apr 8, 2-4 PM




 

Swami Atmarupa (Beverly Singh)

Atmarupa (Beverly Singh) AYT-L2, E-RYT 500, RPYT (registered prenatal yoga teacher), CYT
Swami Atmarupa is the Founder and Director of the Atma Center. She practiced anesthesia for 25 years and has been teaching yoga for over 15 years. She is also a member of the International Association of Yoga Therapists.


Swami Atmarupa (Beverly Singh) instructs the following:
  • Level 2 Yoga Nidra/Meditation (Permission Needed)
  • Must have completed at least 6 months of yoga nidra/meditation classes and obtain permission of teacher.

  • Back and Core
  • Learn yoga practices to create and maintain a strong, supple and healthy back.  Many of these techniques can be used on and off the mat to prevent and heal many low back problems. This class focuses on learning healthy alignment, while strengthening, stretching and balancing the supporting structures of the spine.  You will learn to recognize and strengthen the core. Breathing and guided meditations are included to help release deeply held tensions that often exacerbate back pain.

  • Navaratri
  • Awaken your inner power! Navaratri ("nine nights") is considered a most auspicious time for yoga practice. Learn mantras to harness your innate ability to overcome obstacles (Durga), create abundance (Laxmi), and reach higher states of being (Saraswati).

    This festival honoring the divine feminine energy takes place Mar 28-Apr 5, with chanting and kirtan every evening:
    7:45-8:45 pm Monday - Thursday
    5:00-6:00 pm Friday, Saturday & Sunday

    Free and open to all but WE REQUEST THAT YOU PRE-REGISTER - go to the "Classes" tab and select the nights you are attending to enter your name.


  • Navaratri & Kirtan
  • Awaken your inner power! Navaratri ("nine nights") is considered a most auspicious time for yoga practice. Learn mantras to harness your innate ability to overcome obstacles (Durga), create abundance (Laxmi), and reach higher states of being (Saraswati).

    This festival honoring the divine feminine energy takes place Oct 1-9, with chanting and kirtan every evening.

    Mon - Thurs, 7:45 - 8:45 pm

    Fri - Sat - Sun, 5-6 pm

     

     


  • Mahamrtyunjaya Mantra Chanting (Open to All)
  • Join a group chanting of the Maha Mrtyunjaya Mantra 108 times every Saturday from 4:30-5 pm. This mantra, chanted on Saturdays at The Bihar School of Yoga in India and Satyananda ashrams around the world, is believed to encourage healing. Names of people in need of support may be added to a list which is read and remembered before each chanting session.

  • Foundation C (experience required)
  • Improve cardiovascular health and upper body strength with flowing Sun Salutation and more challenging asanas. You will also develop mental focus and concentration through more advanced meditative practices.

  • PreNatal
  • Pregnancy is a time to honor yourself. Learn asanas (physical postures) to release discomfort of the pelvis, hips and lower back. Breathing, relaxation and meditation practices are taught to help with the process of labor and delivery, as well as parenting.


  • Yama & Niyama Study Group
  • This session explores Satya - Truth.

  • Intermediate (Permission Needed)
  • Deepen your practice by exploring the theory behind more advanced postures, breathing practices, meditation techniques, and mudras. Be able to comfortably perform 6 rounds of full Satyananda Yoga Sun Salutation, know basic breathing techniques such as nadi shodana and ujjayi, and sit comfortably still for at least 15 minutes. Please speak with an instructor or phone 216-371-9760 to obtain permission to attend, especially after the first week of a session.

  • Foundation A (Open to All)
  • Improve your flexibility, strength, and stamina and learn basic breathing and stress relief techniques. The practices in Foundation A can help relieve and prevent degenerative conditions like arthritis, high blood pressure and back problems.



    Suitable for all regardless of fitness level, health conditions or age. Teachers will provide modifications for your unique needs in this non-competitive environment.