What is Karmuka Yoga?


Karmuka in studio and online Yoga classes and Yoga therapy combines the scientific research of wellbeing and movement with the ancient discipline and foundations of Hatha Yoga in a way that is practical, effective and adapted to each student. It is the result of years of mind-body work and Yoga therapy as studied and taught by Michelle and her mother,  Norma Goodrick.

Karmuka Yoga Online and in-studio uses a variety of methods to educate and modify poses to the capacity of each student. In-studio and as well as Yoga classes online and Yoga therapy sessions students are taught how to optimize the skeleton’s 6 arch foundations. These foundations support the spiraling internal motions of movement and breath throughout the body. Karmuka Yoga offers in-studio and online Yoga workshops, classes courses and Yoga therapy programs that integrate concepts from B.K.S. Iyengar, Paramanda Institute of Yoga Science Research, Dr. Peter Levine (Somatic Experience) and the work of Yamuna Zake.

The Karmuka Yoga in-studio and online classes as well as in-studio and online yoga therapy offers a holistic approach to mind-body health by focusing on student empowerment and personalized attention. The benefits of the Karmuka online Yoga classes, In-studio yoga classes,  Yoga courses, Yoga workshops and Yoga retreats facilitate noticeable improvement in posture, digestion, breath, joint stability, quality of sleep and increased mental focus, flexibility and strength as well as relief from back pain, stress and tension.


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The name Karmuka

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In Sanskrit Karmuka means “the geometric shape of an arch.” The arch is a sacred geometry form that plays a central role in balance, alignment, strength and flexibility throughout the entire architecture of the body. It is a shape that illustrates how opposing forces create space in between. This space allows for the respiratory, digestive, endocrine and energy system (the chakras) to function freely. Taking advantage of this duality executed in each Yoga posture (Asana) in order to experience greater vital energy (prana) and the freedom of unity (yoga) in the space (Akasha) of our center is a concept central to the teachings of Karmuka Yoga.