Tantra Vinyasa yoga classes offered at Asheville Yoga Center donation studio

Local yoga teacher Jackie Dobrinska, who has, for the past five years, taught privately or in colleges, hospitals, teacher training programs, will now teach a public class.

She writes in an email, “I hope you will join me at Asheville Yoga Center donation studio on Fridays 1:30-3:00pm for TANTRA VINYASA. (And yes…we’ll be keeping our clothes on!) In this mid-level class, we’ll experience the ancient yet accessible practices that illumine our lives.

“TANTRA means ‘to expand by weaving without harm to oneself or another.’ VINYASA means ‘wise progression.’ In Tantra Vinyasa we’ll skillfully weave together the deeper practices of yoga – beyond simply asana to incorporate posture, breath, kriya, sound, mantra, meditation, philosophy and more – the powerful practices that help us gain more vitality, balance and joy.

Come learn the inward techniques that expand us past our limitations and enliven our inner radiance. $5-$15 suggested donation. (First class Free if you wish!)”

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