Two Yoga Classes Sunday Morning

Two Sunday Morning Yoga Classes in Mountain View
Many of you ask when and where can you take my yoga classes.
 I mainly teach my group yoga classes for Stanford School of Medicine, which are not open to the public.

When I am able to invite you to a public class, I am happy to do so:
You are invited to a public Yoga Class with Patricia
Sunday April 26th and May 3rd 10:30am-12pm
Yoga is Youthfulness
590 Castro St, Mountain View, in the same building as Wells Fargo Bank (in the back)

New Students Special pricing: 3 classes for $30. One time only.
Hope you can join us!  Come by at 10:15am and get settled in on your mat, for Super Sunday!
The studio has lots of yoga props for us to play with!

Thank you, Sabina, for asking me to sub.

Many ask where else they can take my Yoga classes?!

Happy to let you know you can join us Sunday April 26 and Sunday May 3rd

10:30 -Noon  at Yoga is Youthfulness in

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Yoga Sunday Mornings at Athleta Palo Alto

Patricia is teaching Free Yoga Sunday Mornings at Athleta in March ONLY!

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   Bring a friend, your yoga mat and a smile! Every Sunday in March 10am

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4 Summer Time Health Tips

Cool off this summer with yoga, meditation and breathing techniques. Stay focused, healthy and happy with some simple practices.

4 Yoga Tips to Cool Off This Summer

One season flows into another – each one brings its set of changes. A yogi will simply look at the changes and act accordingly. Here are some best practices and tips to ensure the body and mind stay fit.

You could choose a favorite yoga tip and practice it regularly or even do all.

#1: The secret is in your breath

The next time you have a few minutes before you rush out for the day, try the body cooling pranayama.
1. Stick your tongue out and curl the sides of the tongue upward towards the center of the tongue.

2. Breathe in through the mouth, hold the breath and slowly exhale through the nose.

Repeat five to 10 times.

#2: Drink up

The more you hydrate yourself, the better. With 70 percent of water in your body, you’d better ensure there’s lot of liquid out there.

Besides drinking extra fluids, you could include the alternative nostril breathing  in your routine. Here’s how:

1. Close the right nostril with your right thumb.

2. Exhale completely through the left nostril and then breathe in through the left nostril.

3. Close the left nostril with your little ring finger and exhale through the right.

Repeat five to 10 times.

#3: Slow down on yoga poses

Yoga poses practiced gently and meditatively balance the mind and body and are beneficial at any time of the year.

Strenuous physical activity or yoga increases body temperature, best to avoid in summer and save for cooler months. Early in the morning or late in the evening are the best times to practice yoga postures during summer.

#4 Watch what you Consume

Reduce intake of spicy food, tea, coffee and sugar.MFM_FinalLogo_CMYK1

Avoid fatty food because it puts extra burden on the digestive system and heart.

Consume larger quantities of fruits, raw and cooked vegetables

Minimize consumption of non-vegetarian food.

Increase your intake of water add a option squeeze of lemon or lime with a pinch of salt.

Last but not least;

After a long day, do you want to unwind in the evening? Lie down near a wall – with your legs and feet up the wall in a comfortable manner.  Stay  for a 2 or 3 minutes.  Bring the legs down and rest in Shavasana.  These yoga poses are refreshing and restorative. How does this work? Since the heart is pumping out more blood, when the temperature is high, this yoga pose helps the heart by returning more blood back to the heart. (use gravity to bring the blood back to the heart.)



Pleasure

Milk every moment for all the pleasure you can get from it. When you say, “It is my dominant intent to look for things that feel good today. No matter where I’m going, no matter what I’m doing, no matter who I’m doing it with, it is my dominant intent to look for what I’m wanting to see, to look for things that feel good,” and the more you develop the habit of that kind of vibration—the more the Universe understands that that’s who you are! And so, the more you have access only to those kinds of things!

—Abraham