Date & Time: 7/18/2020 Sat 8:30am-9:30am
Perfect way to start your weekend with this yoga session, following by grocery shopping in Santa Clara Farmers Market!As you may know, Santa Clara County is slowly moving into Stage 2 with Shelter in Place. In addition to our existing live stream classes we are excited to begin limited outdoor classes We are taking all necessary steps to ensure the safety of everyone.
· Classes are limited to 8 students with six feet apart
· Mask are required until practice starts
· Reservations are required, no walk ins
We will see you on the lawn in front of USPS a few minutes before the class starts. Please feel free to call/text to 408.657.3264 if you have question regarding this class.
More about Maggie Ambika
My yoga journey started at Sivananda Ashram in the Bahamas, where I had escaped to from my intense New York Life. Exhausted I found balance and peace within my heart in the practice of hatha yoga. I graduated from their (200h) instructor course. My practice then led me to the next level where I travelled to India and completed an advanced (300h) yoga instructor course in kryia, kundalini yoga at the Sattva Yoga Academy in the mountains of Rishikesh, the birthplace of yoga. I’m also a level 2 certified reiki healer, vegan sous chef and animal activist. I believe that we all have something special to offer to make this world a beautiful place because: “All is one. One is all. “
More About Nihal Atma
Nihal speaks in terms of waveforms, vibration and flow. He has applied these themes in his design business, inspired by an extended exploration of healing and spiritual practices. Nihal was called to Kundalini Yoga & Meditation in a profound and powerful way and he feels blessed to be able to share the magic of the practice with others. His classes focus on just BE-ing in each breath, posture, movement and moment… amidst a world caught up in doing and going everywhere but the “here and now”. Nihal is an artist, writer, mystic, healer, and teacher, whose work and life reflect and remind that “We are so much more than we think we are!”