New Class for Williams People begins This Friday, January 8, 2021!
Yoga – Refining our Perceptions
Tuesdays & Fridays 2-3 pm
Fri, Jan 8- Fri, Feb 12 (11 classes)
I’m offering this set of yoga classes during the break between semesters as a way to gather and move while exploring something new together. These sessions are seriously playful embodied inquiries. Each class is oriented around a key yogic theme from non-dual Shaiva Tantric tradition. Beginning with a brief check in, the session continues to an orientating discussion on the theme, followed by asana practice (45 minutes). The open level yoga practices sensitize us to feel into and experience dynamics of life astutely described in the tradition. This approach aims to open access into the tools yoga brings forward to help us navigate our lives with skill and ease. (45 minutes).
Themes to be considered in the 11 classes include –
- Consciousness, or How do I feel my big toe?
- Concealment & Revelation aka Peekaboo
- Mind Moves
- Creating, Sustaining, and Dissolving
- Body, Mind and the Three Qualities of Nature
- States of Consciousness
- Soma-Nectar and the Integrative Wholeness of Body
- Yoga as Refined Knowing
- Self-study and Textual Bliss
Limited to 12 students per class to allow for participation, students are invited to come to one or more of the sessions. You are warmly invited to turn on your camera to facilitate interaction and build community. Instructor will be spotlighted during asana practice. Please pre-register at tashayoga.com/classes at no charge. The Zoom link will be sent by email and is available in the View Details section for the class. If you cannot come, please take your name off the list so others can have a spot. Sponsored by the Chaplain’s Office.
Certificate of Completion from Tasha Yoga with hours completed available on request.
Natasha “Tasha” Judson, M.Ed., is a Certified Anusara Yoga teacher, Experienced Registered Yoga Teacher with the Yoga Alliance, and authorized teacher of Neelakantha Meditation as taught in Blue Throat Yoga. She’s been teaching alignment oriented yoga in the Berkshires for over twenty years, and currently owns and directs Tasha Yoga studio in Williamstown. For grounding and inspiration she’s travelled multiple times to Chidambaram Temple in South India and hopes to return soon. Throughout various stages of life, yoga has offered surprising practical benefits as well as gifts beyond her wildest imagination. Delving into convergences of yoga and classical dressage is a current pursuit that’s drawing her into compelling creative partnerships and exchanges.