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Thai Yoga

September Schedule

"Yoga awakens the joy of life, and often brings undreamed of energies!"


Gift Certificates are available! Email bethelyoga@gmail.com
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Thai Yoga
at Sat Nam Yoga

Thai Yoga, Thai Massage, Thai Therapy, Nuad Phaen Boran, or Nuat Thai all mean the same thing and are now available at Sat Nam Yoga!

The famous Thai techniques incorporate stretching, palming, and pressure points over the entire body. The ancient healing knowledge of Thailand is amazing and highly therapeutic. Thai Yoga is fast becoming one of the most popular techniques offered in America because of its lasting effects.

Thai Yoga relieves muscle pain and tension resulting in you feeling completely restored and rejuvenated. The Thai Yoga Session is performed on a thin floor mattress to provide maximum comfort and mobility. Each session will always perform work over the entire body to address your overall wellbeing to help the body function at its highest levels. This is an experience unlike any other so don't miss out!

Thai Yoga Sessions at Sat Nam Yoga are $150 (+tax) for 90 minutes and are available by appointment.

Email bethelyoga@gmail.com and be the next to enjoy a Thai Yoga Session at Sat Nam Yoga.

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What you will need/how to prepare

• Comfortable, loose-fitting clothing (yoga-type clothes)

• Report any medical conditions to your practitioner prior to your session

• Try to refrain from eating at least 1 hour prior to your session

• Double your water intake for 48 hours after your session to help the detoxification process

For more information on the history of Thai Healing Arts go to to http://thai-institute.com/watsthaimassage.htm

Packages now available: (+tax)
1 session: $150
2 sessions: $275
3 sessions: $400
4 sessions: $500

Gift Certificate are Available!
Give the Gift of Health & Healing!


Naam Yoga for Caregivers

Every Friday 11:00am–12:15pm
with Hannah Lipman

Are you in a caring profession? Are you a caregiver for a loved one? You may find you give so much to others it is hard to give to yourself. Perhaps you feel your energy is depleted.
This practice is for you!

Sat Nam Yoga instructor Hannah Lipman welcomes mothers, fathers, husbands, wives, sons, daughters, brothers, sisters, doctors, nurses, teachers, social workers, massage therapists and all other caregivers to this once-a-week practice designed just for you.

Replenish yourself during this gentle Naam Yoga class which focuses on
breath, sound and movement. Surrender the burden of care as you nurture yourself. Revitalized, you will appreciate your strength and find your heart more open, while at the same time you discover you are centered in your true, pure nature. As you invest time and prana in yourself on your mat, you may find you can more effectively and efficiently offer your time and prana to those you care for and love.

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Meditation Gatherings
at Sat Nam Yoga

Wednesday evenings 8-8:45pm
($3 per class or 10 classes for $20)

Every first Wednesday of the month will feature a Healing Circle led by Linda Fiske.

Come and join us at Sat Nam Yoga for a 45 minute session held every Wednesday evening from 8:00- 8:45pm. and open to the public. Suitable for both beginners and advanced practitioners.

We meditate to improve our lives and to improve our communities and our world by becoming a more peaceful, less reactive and less judgmental person. 

Meditation is the practice of observing the thoughts, feelings, sensations and urges that pass through the stream of the mind and body like one might observe leaves and debris floating on the surface of a river being carried downstream by the current. If one were to jump in the river to try and collect each and every leaf and branch that floats by, one would become cold, wet and probably disoriented.  Mental focus and peace of mind is developed by simply observing:  knee hurts, what am I going to eat after meditation, why did my brother act like that, etc. 

Disciplined silence (Mauna) is practiced during these sessions, meaning that we do not engage in casual conversation. Speaking expends energy and we want to gain an experience of how practicing silence will build energy and bliss. So meaningful texts will be read aloud and we will chant mantras and directions for meditation will be given, but we ask that all casual conversation be avoided while we are here this evening. If you have the urge to speak casually, please engage in the practice of noticing the urge but not acting upon it. You will find it is quite an illuminating practice. 

Feel free to contact Rebecca at bethelyoga@gmail.com if you would like to bring a reading from an appropriate text of your choosing...or pass around the text to be read by others in attendance.  

Feel free to contact Rebecca if you would like to lead a chant or have a CD you would like us to chant along with.

We hope to see you there! 



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