Feel the Peace is a self-care, wellness blog. It features articles about yoga, nutrition, mindfulness, healthy living, meditation, spirituality and so much more! There are guest posts from time to time from subject matter experts.
Lyn Lilavati Sirota is a certified 200-hour Yoga Instructor through Integral Yoga in Princeton, N.J. She specializes in gentle yoga instruction with a focus on range of movement and therapeutic practices. Through the use of sound, movement, and breath, she leads a mindful, detailed, and spiritual class perfect for those new to yoga as well as experienced practitioners. Furthering her knowledge of yoga practices that benefit the body, Lyn completed a 180-hour Therapeutic Yoga Teacher Training program, a 100-hour Yin Yoga Teacher Training program, as well as a program in Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction to add to her knowledge and skills. Lyn continues with accessible yoga classes and skill-based workshops to grow.
For a limited time, I am offering a free virtual Yoga Nidra and Meditation experience. Gather your props in advance: mat, cushion, blanket/s, pillow/s. Meet me in cyberspace!
~Virtual Yoga Nidra (Deep, Profound Relaxation) and Meditation – Tuesday evenings 7:30-8:15 p.m. This can be practiced reclining or seated. Yoga nidra takes the student on a journey within connecting the mind/body through a series of steps to a quieter place for meditation. Ongoing until further notice.
Register for Yoga Nidra/Meditation with this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/v5Akde-ppzsid3XXbWe7mZw1DtClCDlp8Q
Enlightened Readers Book Group – Lyn/Lilavati leads these discussions on mostly historical fiction titles (with some exceptions). Next meeting TBD in May or June via Zoom. Princeton Integral Yoga Community Center, 12:00. Book discussion: The Rules of Magic.
In Person Programs Postponed:
Tuesday Mornings 9:30-10:30 Mindful Chair Yoga and Meditation, Princeton Senior Resource Center.
Tuesday Afternoons 3:00-4:00 Gentle Yoga and Meditation, Princeton Manor Clubhouse. Next classes 2/11 and 2/18. Yoga for Balance and Bone Strength 2/25 and next series will begin 3/24, 3/31, 4/7, 4/14, and 4/21.
Thursday Mornings 9:00-10:00 Mindful Chair Yoga and Meditation, Princeton Senior Resource Center.
Friday Mornings 9:00-10:00 Gentle Yoga and Meditation, Sand Hills Wellness Center; 57 Sand Hills Road, Kendall Park. Next classes 1/31, 2/7, and 2/14. Next series will begin 2/21/20 (2/21/20, 2/28/20, [No classes 3/6 or 3/13], 3/20, 3/27, and 4/3)
“Chair yoga is a practice that nourishes the mind, body, and soul! I have found it outstanding “exercise” for arthritis as well. Instructor, Lyn Sirota understands joints and how movement and breath can relieve pain. For me, chair yoga is gentle impact and far better rehab than any physical therapy I’ve done. Give it a try!”
“I’ve been a student in Lyn Lilavati Sirota’s Gentle Mat Yoga classes for several years now, and can’t imagine a week without this type of yoga practice that stretches my body and mind. During her class I can just focus on myself, learn breathing practices that help me cope with life and stress, practice staying (and living) in the moment, and of course stretch out my body. I feel renewed, less tense, more flexible, for the whole day!”
“I just wanted to thank you one more time for that amazing class this morning. You are truly so talented and I feel like this is the class I’ve been looking for all my life LOL! I loved the little extras that you added like explaining what each pose was and the reason for doing it, the reading of the passage, incorporating scents like lavender and eucalyptus. I defuse it with essential oil’s, but I really loved how your house smelled and so many other little things that really made it the perfect class. I look forward to joining more in the future.”
“Thank you for giving so much of yourself to your students. I feel so calm and safe in your classes.”
“When we finished class, I felt how I have felt after a massage! That says it!! Couldn’t get over it!! Thank you, Lyn, so much.”
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