Having chosen a career involving high stakes and lots of brain work, taking an hour here and there to focus on my physicality offers an important check to my overall stress level. Since I started taking classes with Moksha, my physical health has improved generally, and I've found it to be one of the few remedies to the backache of flying coach. What I like about the Moksha instructors is that they challenge their students to extend their capacities while respecting individual needs and interests; you're encouraged to pay attention to the instructions, but not nearly as much as you're encouraged to pay attention to your own body and to develop your awareness of it's strengths and limitations.Lock Fulton Communications Researcher & Student at Law
40 postures that combine therapeutic and traditional yoga in a specially-heated room (37C and 35% humidity). Each Moksha class is cardiovascular and it strengthens, loosens, and tones the muscles. The heat allows for deep, safe stretching and detoxifies the skin, blood and muscles. All levels always welcome.
Restorative Yoga is a gentle therapeutic style of yoga that uses props to support the body in restful still positions. The focus of the practice is to restore the central nervous system and the internal systems of the body.