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At the Atma Bhakti Yoga Center, our aim is to foster a community that nourishes the unity of the body, mind, and spirit. Our teachers seek to provide a nurturing environment to begin the journey of discovering what is already inside each of us.

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NEW yoga class – Wednesday’s at 8 am Hatha Yoga with Mara

She  has been teaching yoga for 15 years, certified at 500 hour Teacher Training and believes yoga is a life-long training.   Mara creates a calm, peaceful and non competitive environment for strengthening  the body, and to encourage self-induced relaxation for observing the therapeutic effects of yoga. Choosing to study yoga as a career adjunct to midwifery, she sees Yoga as a natural segue to maintain her own health and vitality and continue in being of service.
She believes that the time spent on a mat can improve everyone’s state of well being, possibly finding a meditative state,  or simply a mood change.  This session is helpful to those who do too much, think too much and worry too much. After such an experience,  one can feel refreshed and renewed,  much like a pampering at the spa.
Mara is a certified Restorative Trainer from the school of Judith Lasater,  and has received  great mentoring  from  Michelle Andries,  Carol Stall and Jill Parr.

 

Prenatal Yoga with Mara is now Saturdays from 12 to 1:30pm

Mara Black, facilitator, trained midwife, doula, child educator and certified yoga teacher. With decades of experience teaching childbirth preparation and supporting women through this process, she brings wisdom and nourishment to mothers to be. The class encourages healthy attitudes, easy exercises, and comfortable positions to accommodate a growing baby. Relaxation and breath awareness is practiced, to prepare for the rigors of childbirth, and at a more subtle level, welcoming the baby and the trans formative power of motherhood.

A Night of Poetry & Kirtan - Saturday March 28th 7:00 to 9:00p

10968348_1053149644700181_52668853669636444_nJoin local author Jeffrey Vionito Saturday March 28th for a night of chanting & spiritual poetry.  Please bring a cushion or blanket to sit on, an open heart and mind.  Jeffery holds spiritual poetry gatherings in the DFW area. He is also the author of the books, The Heart That Never Breaks and Catching Stillness.

At this event we will be taking donations food items that are donate-able & winter items such as blankets or coats for the homeless & those in need. Its a goal of ours and others I’m sure to expand the healing potential of our gathering to those that suffer in our community today.

Ayurvedic Lifestyle Workshop – April 18th 12 pm to 5 pm

This workshop will be an introduction to the Aspects of the Ayurvedic Lifestyle which includes Diet, Meditation, Yoga, Body Types, Ayurvedic  Treatments and Beauty. Elaine Dodson will teach  tips to heal & balance your body, learn & understand your Personal Body Type, organic  beauty, & how to stay younger, . The afternoon will include an Ayurvedic Lunch (Healthy, Delicious Low-Fat Recipes).

Elaine_Cooking_croppedRev. Patti Generes will lead us in a special meditation & prayer. Eileen McKee will teach us an easy intro to Hatha Yoga practice

Learn Exciting Life Changing Ayurvedic Lifestyle Information that encompasses your Body…Mind…Spirit!

Ayurveda is a 5000 Year Old Health Maintenance System that encompasses your whole life – body-mind-spirit. The classes will teach authentic low-fat vegetarian (with vegan options) recipes. These cooking classes are based on the fact that food is sacred. The delicious recipes will use organic fresh produce, grains and the medicinal spices as your medicine. “Going back to nature is where our true nourishment lies.”

REGISTRATION FEES: $75 per person – space limited to 20

To Register visit  http://ayurvediccookingclasses.com/ayurvedic-cooking-classes