A Cooling Class for a Hot Summer Day
During the hot days of summer, we need to adjust our yoga practice to cool us down, rather than heat us up. We can do asanas in a manner that is less heating, use breath practices that are more cooling, and learn to meditate by drawing our awareness inward, even if we can’t settle into a cool Himalayan cave. This practice will help you balance your inner climate, regardless of the temperature outside!
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Teaching yoga for more than 38 years, Shari Friedrichsen, a key facilitator of the Himalayan Institute teacher certification program and a member of the 500-hour teacher training faculty at 8 Limbs Yoga in Seattle, Washington, teaches classes, seminars and trainings worldwide. She has studied asana, meditation, and philosophy in the US and India with respected teachers Pandit Rajmani Tigunait, Rolf Sovik, Amma Sri Karunamayi, and BKS Iyengar.
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