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Tuesday 21 of May 2019

16 Iyyar, 5779

Jay Yoga

This initiative combines two strong spiritual disciplines, Jewish ritual and yoga practice in one-hour-and-a-half guided sessions where you can experience its benefits both in your body and mind.

 

With Jai Yoga we wish the practitioners to get ready to receive and reveal more light, so they can understand that the body is essential in the personal and communitarian transformation. In Yoga classes you will enjoy specially selected music, kavanot and interpretative texts that give depth and creativity, intensifying the experience to everyone.

Keeping an excellent relationship with your physical vehicle and rising your positive energy is giving thanks to God for keeping you in good shape, respect yourself and loving you unconditionally.

"Since having a healthy and whole body is integral to Divine service (lit., "is of the way of [G-d's] Name"). As it is impossible to understand or know anything when one is sick, one must stay far from things which destroy the body and accustom themselves to things which preserve one's health", Mishneh Torah, Maimonides. 

 

SOME BENEFITS

  • Increases flexibility
  • Improves posture
  • Increases blood flow and y cell oxygenation
  • Reduces  blood pressure
  • Balances the nervous system
  • Improves balance
  • Reduces stress



WHO CAN DO IT?

It is an all-level practice. Previous experience is not required, you only have to be willing and open-minded. 

More information about schedules and classes here.

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