Karmuka Yoga Private Lessons
In private Karmuka Yoga sessions the needs of each individual student is assessed and each practice is tailored accordingly. Techniques from the work of Dr. Peter Levine (Somatic Experience), B.K.S. Iyengar as well as great mind-body workers like Yamuna Zake and Eric Frankel are integrated to help release and realign the whole skeleton structure as well as target specific problem areas. The personalized attention during private session facilitates noticeable improvement in posture, breath, joint stability, quality of sleep and increased mental focus, flexibility and strength. Using these methods, students often feel relief from pain, stress and tension. Karmuka Yoga´s positive and attentive approach as well as endless enthusiasm empowers students and puts them on the fast track to overall health and improvement.If you would like to schedule a private session, make an appointment by clicking here.
Yamuna Body Rolling (YBR)
Restrictions in the joints often create pain and injury. The practitioner addresses areas of pain, injury, or discomfort in a very personal way, using pressure and traction to realign the whole body. Starting from the foundation of the bone, Yamuna Body Rolling utilizes the pressure of a ball and traction to open up these restrictions, strengthen bone structure and facilitate healing. The emphasis is education, and the ball guides the body in the educational process.
Our feet are our foundation and affect the whole body. Knee and hip problems often begin in the feet. Using Foot Wakers and Foot Savers, foot fitness education will teach you to reeducate your feet to better support your body when standing and move through the whole foot when walking. Many foot problems such as neuromas, bunions, hammer toes, and plantar fasciitis can be prevented or improved with regular practice.
Table Treatment is hands on ball rolling. In Yamuna Body Rolling, the ball provides the pressure, and the body position provides the traction. In Table Treatment, the client lies on a table while the practitioner provides the traction and uses the ball for pressure. Knee and shoulder issues respond very well to this treatment.
Using the forms of Yoga Asana (Physical Posture) students are taught how to optimize the skeleton’s 6 main arch foundations to achieve overall stability, flexibility and strength. Yoga Asana is modified and adapted to each student and their unique challenges. The main focus is on student empowerment and personalized attention.