Meeting at BN Holistic Services/ BNYoga. Doors open at 3:30, door locks and class begins at 4pm.
Here are the dates of fall/winter 2014
NOW every Thursday evening at 8:30. Please RSVP.
Sunday dates: March 9th & 30th, April 13th & 27th
RSVP space is limited to 8 people. $20.00 per person.
Beth’s focus is to bring you to a place of peace and relaxation. Reminding you to Breathe deeply and fully, holding postures longer in a yin yoga style. We effect our organs, muscle, ligaments and joints, by relaxing into the postures. Using our full lung capacity, we can sink deeper and deeper into the postures. It’s all at your own pace and flexibility. Remember you don’t have to be flexible to do yoga…yoga makes you flexible. All levels and ages benefit, no extreme yoga here! Each class is gentle, challenging and restorative! Claim and recognize your personal place of peace and carry that feeling into your everyday life. Experience the true practice of yoga.
There will be yoga mats and props available, bring towel for your seat or for your comfort and warmth.
Confirm your space, space is limited. Message or text Beth at 201-259-4376
Why practice naked?
I personally enjoy the physical freedom of nudity in all my activities and seek out the safe places and spaces that allow that freedom to happen. Now it’s my turn to created a safe, warm place to spend time together, using the tools of yoga, to focus us inward, allowing our breath to keep us in the moment and watch our mind. Being naked in yoga will help heal and release negative beliefs the mind has about shame and poor self-image and any other belief that limit us from our true and natural self. I cater to the nudist and the nudist lifestyle, most who take part in my class are very comfortable with their body and nudity. As a community, nudist create a friendly safe place to explore and feel personal freedom, because their comfortable in their skin. (and have nothing to hide. LOL)
Yoga is a spiritual experience in and of itself, and in the shedding our clothes (the armor and the social masks we present to the world) can be an opportunity to shed judgments of ourselves and of each other. Let’s recognize and celebrate the wholesomeness of the human body. Our awareness and acceptance of our naked bodies, without self-consciousness and without erotic intentions, allows us to more fully share in, and benefit from, the yogic experience. Unlike other philosophies, practices or traditions that work to transcend the body, this practice celebrates the body, mind and spirit connection fully—grounding in joy and peace.