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I have had the wonderful experience of attending some private sessions with Regina. Working on opening the hips to relieve stress on my knees. At the first session I learned that the different lengths of my legs can be overcome by yoga asana's and result in continued growth and strengthening of my bones. What a treat!! Thank  you so very much Regina for your guidance and support in my journey!  What a "wonder"ful yoga healing center!!! I look forward to many more!

Laura Rivers

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A Wonderful Discovery: KUNDALINI!

I've been doing yoga for over 30 years and never once tried or was offered Kundalini. I tried it with Julie for the very first time here at Prana and it was as if I had discovered a natural cure for back pain! I have since read and practiced more Kundalini, and my back is aligned, my entire body has been used, the flow is wonderful, and best of all, Julie is a terrific teacher who takes the class (Tues at 12N) right into Kundalini, the chakras, dance, and more. I was afraid at first to try it, because I was afraid it is too difficult at my age (67). But it's not difficult at all plus Julie remind us continually not to overdue.

I'm so happy I found Prana! It is helping me so much. I stretch, pose, move, strengthen muscles, use my back a lot.

Barbara Linick

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The Pre and Post opinions

I have been practicing yoga for 40 years and have several teacher certifications including one in Therapeutic Yoga for Seniors from Duke Integrative Med. So, I "have opinions" about yoga studios.

Mine are split between the "pre" (coming to Prana nine months ago, after one cancer and an extra 25 pounds) and "post" (the most recent bout of three surgeries and, slap on another five pounds.) 

The PRE: I came to Prana through curiosity about the Kundalini classes. They were a new adventure for me, and of course, I tried out other teachers and came upon GILLIAN W. who was/is a perfect fit for me. GILLIAN is an alignment based teacher, she is watchful, she challenges, she is very aware of body kinetics. But, now during the post-op time, her classes are beyond me. 

The POST: Now, I need the healing of Prana Yoga and Healing Center. So, there has been a return to Urban Zen, REGINA's class, which is a mix of restorative, sound healing, guided meditation and aromatherapy. I am at peace in that class and submit to her as a Western medical professional and as a yoga teacher. It's the healing I need now.  I am on the receiving end these days, with little effort. And a gong meditation classes does the trick!

Like all of us, it is the teacher that draws me, more than the style of yoga. MARY, (a retired fire figher!) wirth an Anahata soul makes me mindful during practice. I so miss TEJ, who has the soul of a wise old man. 

But, PRANA offers clients a full-range of different styles of teachers, and offers exceptional workshops. I recently attended a Restorative Workshop (and I am a Satchidananda Ashram certified Restorative teacher). It was excellent, again taught by a Western medical professional who had an immense command of yoga/physiology/mind-body connection/alignment and common sense. Of course, I went home that night and immediately tried out new postures on my husband.

PRANA  offers the depth of being with teachers who are training teachers, who live the life and offer gatherings, teachings, meditations, volunteer opportunities and classes that can answer different needs at different times of life. 

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Prana yoga

Recently, I have been trying to get back into yoga. After much research on kundalini yoga in the Sarasota area, my daughter, Kelsey suggested that we take the kundalini yoga class together. She has done kundalini before and thought it would benefit me greatly. We have come before and liked it so much that we bought a three month package. Unfortunately we were not able to attend due to busy schedules for most of the time, but when we could attend it was such a peaceful and personalized experience with Regina and other instructors alike. We have learned some awesome yoga techniques from our time here. I am looking forward to the kundalini experience at Prana yoga.
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The Prana yoga experience

A couple years back, my mother, sister, and I attended a class at Prana yoga studio, at the end of the class we had liked it so much that we signed up for a (3?) month pass. Due to busy schedules we did not get to go back as much as we wanted, but now, here I am years later, still trying to come back every chance I can get! Regina is one of the most genuine teachers I have had the pleasure to enjoy. My shoulders pop out of place when I raise them above my head and normally I cannot get in many positions for this reason; Regina was able to help me get into positions I never thought possible due to her knowledge of the human body. I have only ever done the gentler yoga classes, but am looking forward to the Friday 8:45 AM class, as well as trying to attend a kundalini yoga class while back in town, once again. Thanks for all of your love!!
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Testimonial from Rick Gage

I'm back here in Niagara Falls Canada. I sure miss my times at Prana Yoga. There's nothing here that compares. I still try to do the stretching and breathing exercises each morning. Thanks to all the wonderful instructors for all your help in getting me into the best health I have been in many years. - Rick Gage

Thank you, Rick! We miss you too! -Prana Yoga

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Yoga is not about the stretch.

You have pushed me beyond my comfort zone and fears. You have helped me to change myself - become braver, and stronger. I have taken what you have given me on the mat into my life, and for this I will always be grateful.

Thank you for the quote. I have already passed it on to one of my sons. I will miss you, but will keep you close to my heart.
Sherry Warshauer

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Join us for Access Bars Certification Class 
Saturday August 4th, 2018
10:00am - 6:00pm

Access Bars is a 1 Day Class where You learn the hands on technique to "Run The Bars". The Bars are 32 points on your head which, when gently touched, eff…
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Join us for Access Bars Certification Class .  You learn the Bars points, and participate in gifting two Bars sessions and receiving two Bars sessions.
Access Bars is a 1 Day Class where You learn the hands on technique to "Run The Bars". The Bars a…
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It's Friday the 13th! No better way to change your vibration than through the GONG... Join Hannah on this evening and allow the essence of the Gong to quiet your mind and bring balance to the body. As you listen to the Gong Sound, it will penetrate…
Jul 10
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Kirtan is to gather with the intention to chant mantra.
“What is a mantra? ” Mantra is the use of sound to affect consciousness; man means mind and tra means wave or projection. Everything in this world, down to the subatomic level, is in constant m…
Jul 4
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"What is sadhana? It’s a committed prayer. It is something which you want to do, have to do, and which is being done by you. … Sadhana is self-enrichment. It is not something which is done to please somebody or to gain something. Sadhana is a person…
Jun 25
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Guru Guru Wahe Guru ~ Guru Ram Das Guru
It is a beautiful Ashtang Mantra, meaning that it has 8 parts. The first part – the first 4 words – Guru Guru Wahe Guru, project your own infinite power out to the universe and 2nd part brings the Infinite ene…
Jun 18
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 The universe is powered by sound.  The gong is the basic creative sound. Out of the gong comes all music, all sounds, all words.   It takes three to ninety seconds for the sound of the gong to overtake the mind!   The gong is traditionally used in…
Jun 17
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Join Julie Moore for a heart-centered asana practice, exploring spinal movements, chest opening, and building core strength. Pathways include meditation, group discussion, journaling and breath awareness to form a bedrock for the daily practice of S…
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Kirtan is to gather with the intention to chant mantra.  “What is a mantra? ”  Mantra is the use of sound to affect consciousness; man means mind and tra  means wave or projection.  Everything in this world, down to the subatomic level, is in consta…
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Great question. No, your customers will never be required to attend any sales or timeshare presentation. These are real, top quality Resorts w…
May 25
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KIRTAN KRIYA;  often referred to as SA TA NA MA meditation, is the most important meditation in Kundalini Yoga.  It was one of the first meditations taught by Yogi Bhajan and remains today as a foundation meditation recommended for every student.   …
May 23
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Kirtan Kriya, often referred to as SA TA NA MA meditation, is the most important meditation in Kundalini Yoga. It was one of the first meditations taught by Yogi Bhajan and remains today as a foundation meditation recommended for ever…
May 23
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A Deeply Restorative Practice which includes Pranayama, Restorative Poses, and Yoga Nidra. We work with breath (bathing in prana) to calm the nervous system, and narrow the focus of the mind. Then we drape the body into restorative yoga poses over s…
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