Hawk has been practicing and teaching Yoga for 20+yrs. She is trained in Sivananda Yoga and Dharma Yoga.
Check the schedule for class times. Dharma Gentle, Dharma I and Deep Relaxation is for beginners or anyone in the process of healing. Dharma II is intermediate. Dharma III requires experience, and Dharma IV is for advanced students only! Hawk has also been teaching at Cornell University for 10 years.
Tom Burchinal has been a serious student of Yoga since he began his practice in 2005. After 6 years of personal practice he did his RYT200 certification in the summer of 2011 at the Ithaca Yoga Center – Ahimsa.
He is currently enrolled at the American Institute of Vedic Studies where he studies and practices the higher aspects of Yoga and Ayurveda under Dr. David Frawley (Pundit Vamadeva Shastri).
Ayurveda has given Tom a clear understanding that every body/mind is totally unique, and should be instructed accordingly. For this reason, his public classes are tri-doshic in nature and accessible to everyone at every skill level.
He is a serious student of asana, pranayama, and meditation, and one can expect each of these elements in his public classes.
Tom also works privately with students and is available for Ayurvedic-Yoga consultations.
If interested in a consultation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tom bows humbly before all great teachers, past, present, and future.
Amanda felt her life transform in a beautiful way as a result of her personal yoga practice, and wanting to share the joy of that experience with others, decided to become a certified yoga teacher. Her goal is to help you ignite your own personal practice, guiding you to what feels right for your personal body-type, leading you towards the ultimate goal of self-realization. To Amanda, asana is meditation in movement; the truest form of embodiment. In her words, “What a blessing connecting body and breath! Allow your practice to unfold like a lotus of many petals.” After studying independently for several years, Amanda received her 200 hr, Ahimsa Yoga Training Certification in 2011.
Feel free to contact with any questions or comments: email@example.com
Hatha Yoga w Amanda~This class is designed for those students who are familiar with basic yogic principles. Amanda leads a meditative asana sequence connecting us to the subtler aspects of our being. This movement mediation focuses on tuning into the body’s energetic pathways and channels. Students should anticipate a blend of chanting, asana, relaxation, and pranayama.
O friend, understand: the body
is like an ocean,
rich with hidden treasures.
Open your inmost chamber and light its lamp.
Within the body are gardens,
rare flowers, peacocks, the inner Music;
within the body a lake of bliss,
on it the white soul-swans take their joy.
“I have been interested in understanding the nature of the human soul and our connection to spirit for as long as I can remember. Little did I know when I first began meditating on the movement of the planets and stars that I had found what would become for me the deepest path to tapping life wisdom, self-understanding, and open heartedness. Through daily exploration of the starry nations with the tool of astrology, I have been able to root into the Earth and reach toward cosmic consciousness. And it’s an honor for me to help others find that connection too.
I am a certified Soul Level Astrologer, having apprenticed under Mark Borax. I am also a graduate of the Nightlight School of Astrology, where I studied with Adam Elenbaas. I have also studied astrology with Stephanie Azaria.
I have a bachelors in linguistics from New York University. My articles have been published in numerous magazines, and I’ve edited over a hundred books including national bestsellers on holistic health and wellness. From time to time I accept editorial work related to spiritual, emotional, mental, and physical wellness.
I am committed to a yogic lifestyle and have studied yoga extensively. I am a certified instructor with Yoga Alliance through Laughing Lotus in New York City and Ahimsa in Ithaca. I teach a cosmic yoga class, which is inspired by the stars, on Monday evenings from 6 to 7:30. I teach a yin yoga class on Sunday mornings from 10:30 to noon. Both classes take place at Ahimsa Yoga School in Ithaca (www.ithacayoga.com). Ahimsa is located in the basement of the Dewitt mall. Enter through the parking lot behind the Moosewood restaurant.”
– Michael Troy – visit his website Sacred Sky Astrology
Emily Di Angelo
Emily is a professional musician, yogi, and animal lover. While studying music in NYC, she started practicing yoga to cope with she stresses of performance anxiety. She is a major advocate of yoga and meditation for relaxation and centering before a performance, and tailors her classes to focus coping with stress.
Tammy Borchert serves as senior teacher and mentor for Ahimsa Yoga 200HR RYS. She is a certified Jivamukti Yoga teacher.
The Jivamukti method of Yoga is one of the nine internationally recognized styles of Hatha Yoga. The name Jivamukti means Liberation while living. Jivamukti is taken from the Sanskrit term, Jivanmukti, which is used to describe the state of enlightenment. David Life and Sharon Gannon named this yoga method Jivamukti because they wanted the student to be reminded of the ultimate aim of the practice to live in enlightenment (Samadhi).
Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced yogi, an Open Jivamukti class encompasses all levels. A typical Open class consists of a vigorously physical and intellectually stimulating flowing vinyasa sequence partnered with hands-on adjustments, pranayama (breathing exercises), meditation, Sanskrit chanting, yoga philosophy, and deep relaxation. To keep the practice unanticipated, asana sequences are ever-changing.
We do sitting, standing, and inverted postures and suggested variations for everything in-between. Exuberant, eclectic music plays an integral role in Jivamukti yoga; in a typical Open class you might practice to a shifting soundtrack of uplifting and inspirational music from Krishna Das to Michael Franti to the Beatles. In the words of Sharon Gannon, “The Jivamukti method could be described as that way of teaching and practicing Yoga where the student is constantly reminded that their true Self is none other than happiness, Love itself.”