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  • Full Name: Leigh Anne Anne Milne
  • Location: Salt Spring Centre of Yoga
  • Phone: 2502219642
  • Expires: 20 days, 3 hours

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    “Awareness must be like the rays of the sun: extending everywhere, illuminating all.” — BKS Iyengar

    Tuesdays beginning June 4th through August
    9 AM to 10:30 AM

    Longer holdings and study of the asana (poses) cultivate the structure for the breath and take the student deeper inward. The Iyengar method of yoga is known for detail, alignment and sequencing, which ultimately work on the consciousness, moving the student toward dharana, dhyana, and samadhi, embracing all eight limbs of yoga. This class will teach you the fundamentals of Iyengar yoga poses and prepare you for more advanced poses.

    Connect with your one true self through yoga. All welcome.

    Price: Drop-in $20 and Register for term $16 per class
    Salt Spring Centre of Yoga in The Satsang Room, Blackburn Rd.

    Leigh Anne Milne began her journey with Iyengar yoga in the early 1980s and fell in love with this intelligent approach to body-mind awareness; as her practice deepened the spiritual benefits became increasingly important. As a registered massage therapist (RMT), a certified Iyengar method yoga instructor, Yoga Therapist and a recognized teacher of teachers with Yoga Alliance, Leigh Anne has found the combined knowledge of yoga, health care and anatomy of the body to be a rich foundation for her holistic practice. She has traveled to India many times since 2002 to study yoga directly from the Iyengar family. “I’m incredibly grateful for my direct experience with Mr. Iyengar.”
    She leads yoga retreats and professional training internationally.

    leigh@sadhanayoga.ca
    http://www.sadhanayoga.ca

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