Yogi Nasser



Class Description

Hatha Yoga:

The word Hatha is a compound of the Sanskrit words Ha and Tha meaning sun and moon, referring to the principal energy channels of the body that maintain our harmony with the solar and lunar cycles of nature. Practicing Hatha Yoga helps us purify, heal and strengthen our bodies and minds via the use of conscious positive thoughts and words, breathing techniques and physical exercises that are coupled with relaxation and meditation.

Each class begins and ends with a guided meditation, initial meditation is followed by breathing exercises that lead into a challenging yet non-strenuous physical series that includes strength, flexibility and balance exercises for the entire body...... this series leads to final meditation and the end of the class. The only conditions of the practice are:

1-Stop if you feel any pain, respecting one's body and its feelings is critical for a safe and healthy practice.

2-If you have any question then ask, the more one understands the practice the more effective and profound it will be.

Anna Yoga:

Anna Yoga is the Yoga of food, in it we practice how to prepare and enjoy delicious fresh and wholesome vegan vegetarian foods consciously from the view point of the Yoga and Ayurveda traditions. We are only as pure as the intentions, air, water and food that we place into our bodies. Take responsibility for this important part of yourself by learning how to nourish and detoxify with Anna Yoga.

Jnana Yoga:

Jnana (wisdom) Yoga is the Yoga of the mind. In this practice we openly question and discuss how to consciously and practically apply the philosophical principals of Yoga to resolve our issues and challenges; to achieve clarity and peace in our lives. From religion, sex and politics to any personal matter that you have ever pondered, no topic is taboo or beyond the potential of your understanding in Jnana Yoga.

Dhyana & Pranayama Study:

Pranayama & Dhyana (breathing and meditation) study provides you with all of the physical, mental and emotional techniques that are necessary for practicing Yoga Dhyana (Yogic meditation) with integrity. Because of the subtle yet challenging nature of this discipline, its practice is much less prolific than the Asanas (postures) aspect of Yoga that is explored more commonly in the average class. But no Yoga practice is complete without the mastery of this skill set. Every point will be covered in great detail so that you will feel comfortable and confident in your meditation ability, because anything is easy once you know how to do it.


Special considerations for attending the Yoga classes:

1-Always be on time.

2-Be sure to attend class on an empty stomach, allow at least 2 hours time to pass for digestion before practicing Yoga.

3-Do not bring any food or beverages to the center.

4-No chewing gum please.

5-Turn OFF your mobile phone before the class.

6-Please do not wear any perfume or use any scented products prior to attending class as some members may be allergic to these products.

7-It is important not to apply any oils or creams to the skin prior to practicing Yoga. Because the inevitable sweating from the exercises will make your skin slippery and compromise your safety.

8-Wear lose comfortable clothes with calm colors that are preferably made of natural materials.

9-Yoga is practiced with bare feet so it would be more convenient if you wear sandals to make entering and exiting the center more efficient.

10-Please do not wear any jewelry or bring any valuables to class. Yogi Nasser is not responsible for any belongings that are misplaced during your visit.


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