Zoom On! Yoga Classes
Balance your yang energy (doing/effort) with your yin energy (receiving/effortless) to feel confident, light, and energized.
These classes are designed to help you release any stored pain, anxiety, stress, or tension you may be experiencing so that your vital energy – prana – can move freely through your whole entire body. When your vital energy is flowing freely (not obstructed), you experience positive emotions, revitalized energy, mental clarity, lightness, pain relief, and a sense of overall well-being.
Each class incorporates pranayama techniques, such as alternate nostril breathing and soft belly breathing, to calm your mind and soothe your nervous system.
Healing Injury? For those who have a history of injury or trauma and notice that the effects of the minor/major injuries are beginning to interfere with your everyday lives, please note that all of the yoga classes are naturally healing.
When: December 5-6, 2020
Days: Saturday – Sunday
Time: 10:00 am -11:30 am (Eastern Time Zone)
Price per class: $15.00 per class/ $30.00 (two classes)
Zoom On Yoga Classes
Saturday, 12/5 Upper Core Strength and Flexibility
“The body is composed of bone and muscle. The bones that make up the skeletal frame of the body are attached to each other by joints which are held together by strong ligaments and muscles. A muscle contracts or relaxes to move bones connected to it. Better muscle function means a fitter, stronger body.” This class is designed to relieve upper back and neck pain by relaxing tight muscles. We tone the upper body with strength yoga asanas. We bones and muscles to create joint space so our movement is strong and graceful. Yoga, The Path to Holistic Health, B.K.S. Iyengar
Asanas: Warm-up with a sun salutation and Transformational Work. Asanas include standing poses with actions in the arms, standing and seated twists, forward folds, heart and shoulder openers, and simple inversions.
Sunday, 12/6 Boost Your Immune System
Respiratory health is part of your immune systems defense mechanism to protect you from disease. In light of the Covid-19 pandemic, this yoga practice is designed to help you recharge your internal battery bank, boost your body’s natural immunity, and enhance your lungs capabilities to open up and to breathe deeply.
Asanas: Heart openers, supported forward folds, simple supported inversions, and restoratives.
ALL ARE WELCOME
Whether you have attended any of my yoga classes in the past or not, you are welcome to attend any or all of these classes.
Beginner – with at least 6 months of yoga experience
One yoga mat
Two firm blankets
Two firm bolsters
Two yoga blocks
One yoga belt
Two or three sandbags, if you have
Dharma wheel, if you have one
I had the distinct pleasure of studying yoga and taking classes with Roger and Kari in Madison for around four years. I learned volumes! As another student put it, their method of teaching is like the “philosopher’s stone” applied to yoga. Classes were both insightful and delightful on account of Kari’s whimsical sense of humor. The vibe was intense and focused yet without taking anything too seriously. We had fun while devoting ourselves to precise alignment. I highly recommend their Iyengar-style technique and Kari‘s personal teaching style!"
Kari Tomashik is a true and kind teacher of Eischens Yoga. She has taken Roger Eischen’s groundbreaking work much further. Kari is both a very clear communicator who can help the uninitiated and experienced practitioner to learn about their body/mind/spirit, and an experimenter who keeps her ego out of the way of her focus on the learner.
I met Kari on my travels in Pai, (Thailand). I was so lucky to have the chance to practice with her on my morning sessions. Kari showed me with a few words and gentle adjustments the way to open my heart. But more valuable to integrate & strengthen that open heart. Kari is an authentic,natural born teacher who shares her experience from deep down in her beautiful heart! Everlasting gratitude."
I have known Kari for a number of years. She is unequaled in her dedication to using yoga as a vehicle to understand her place in the world and make an impact in the lives of those she encounters. She has a deep knowledge of the workings of the human body – derived from her personal practice and her many years of teaching. She approaches each individual as a unique person and treats all with respect. Besides that, she has a great sense of humor and an assured yet gentle manner."