Strong Back, Soft Front, Open Heart
5 week Vinyasa / Alignment / Exploration
With Idit Hefer Tamir
Commencing Monday May 2nd
Join Idit for a 5 week exploration of the Heart.
This course will run weekly over a 5-week period.
In each class we will explore what does it mean to open our hearts?
Most of us begin with a pushing away...
Pushing the front body into space and pushing life away from our hearts.
Safe back bending and heart opening asks us to consider lengthening, breathing, strengthening the back while keeping our hearts and minds and spirits soft and open. This requires courage, vulnerability, and a willingness to show up and be seen as we are.
The spiritual teachings that reside in these movements are profound, and we will use the different yogic techniques and tools to explore it further.
Each week we will focus on a different element that promotes strength, flexibility, kindness, courage, boundaries, empathy, and movement.
This is available in-studio or online via zoom.
Session are recorded - and if you miss a session a recording will be sent and will be available for 7 days.
Extra resources will be sent weekly.
Idit is the founder of Sukha Mukha Yoga and the Director of Sukha Mukha Yoga Teacher Training.
Idit started practicing yoga when she was 28 years old, while traveling in India. This has been a pivotal moment that changed and impacted her whole life. She since then kept diving deeper into this method and philosophy and completed her first teacher training in 2006 with Katie Rose. Since then she studied with many beautiful and inspiring teachers.
Inspired by how much Yoga has changed her life for the better, she continues to share the teachings, the wisdom, the philosophy & the joy that Yoga has to offer with the hope that she will be able to help more people to heal, to be empowered & to be reminded by the immense knowledge, power and wisdom that resides within each and everyone of us.
‘Your task is not to seek for love, but merely to seek and find all the barriers within yourself that you have built against it.’— Rumi