This gifted international yoga teacher brings a unique wealth of experience in teaching and consulting to all matters health and fitness related. Ruby Amarsharan is a certified IKYTA Kundalini Yoga ( IKYTA) and Yin Yoga (YinYoga) Instructor and facilitates Transformational Engineering as a Cancer Patient Navigator. A four time cancer survivor, Ruby uses her own life experience and integral yoga practices to help others during a time when breathing is of utmost importantance. Ruby designs simple daily Yoga, breathing, and exercise classes for cancer patients, cancer survivors, and caregivers. Practicing yoga for 25 years and teaching thousands of students, Ruby’s Yoga combines physical poses with breath control exercises, sound energy, meditations, visualizations, and guided relaxation. The emphasis is on breathing exercises and less challenging physical postures to build strength. Ruby’s teaching style “Breath Renewal” increases oxygen capacity, boosts blood flow, balances the glandular system, strengthens the nervous system, and increases self-awareness, vitality, concentration, self-confidence, and peace of mind. It is recommended for people of all ages. With her gift of both Yin Yoga & Kundalini Yoga, Amarsharan’s teachings combine her love for the healing arts with awareness that health and beauty grow from the inside out. A deep commitment to her vision and life’s work has given her boundless energy, client praise and thus remarkable life experiences. Ruby Amarsharan is committed to continuing education, developing, and taking responsibility for her own personal and professional growth, and encouraging her students to do the same. Ruby extends her restorative teachings for the body and soul by offering her students therapeutic painting sessions when at home on Maui.
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Women’s Yoga classes with Amy Harris
Women’s Yoga is soft and intuitive. It guides us through gentle yet powerful movements that help us soften and center. Classes are combined with healing touch, meditation and poetry to nourish both body and spirit.
We focus on feminine, circular movements as we breathe and ease into our core. We anchor our yoga in our wombs and start our movements with a sense of groundedness and center. This is a practice that draws inspiration from yoga, dance and ancient female knowledge to create something truly nourishing.
Every class is a little different. Sometimes we share a detoxifying drink, sometimes we receive a bit of massage or healing touch, and sometimes we let poetry and mantras guide our meditation deeper.