Yoga in the water is a new and exciting modality for a yoga practice. Many students may find yoga on a mat somewhat limiting or frustrating, and may have difficulty getting into certain poses.
Yoga in the pool is an amazing place to experience the many benefits of yoga.The feeling of weightlessness in the water takes the stress out of challenged joints
and stabilizes them to free muscular tightness or discomfort.
Experienced yoga students are finding that they can take their practice to a whole new level by practicing familiar or new poses on a deeper level. In addtiton, they are finding a new element for their restorative practice to unwind and relax.
Kriya Yoga is the only “yoga" that is referred to in the ancient text written by yoga sage, Patanjali.
He also stipulated that asana(poses) should be comfortable and stable, and for many, this can only be achieved in the water.
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"When I first attended Camella's Aqua Yoga class I weighted over 300 lbs and was living with Fibromyalgia which causes a lot of pain in the joints. From the very first time I attended her class I was very relaxed and pain free for about 3 hours, which for me was remarkable at that time.
Camella encouraged me to take the training so that I could teach and help others that
had physical limitations because in the wateryou can move freely. I felt very empowered
and was able after Camella's encouragementto sub for her class.
Today, Aqua Yoga is a vital part of my healthy program. I eatvery healthy exercise
4 days a week and I am now mostly pain free and at a much healthier weight. Now
both my daughterand husband attend Camella's Kriya Aqua Yoga class with me each week.
Thanks for everything!"
~Rosa White-student turned Aqua Yoga instructor-Saratoga 2007
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Aqua Yoga is a practice that is not limited to yoga students. Anyone and everyone
can benefit from the movement and holding of positions in the water. Conscious movement helps to move prana (vital energy) and can help us become more self-aware of our body and our lifestyle. Students often have an overall sense of improved well being, even after one class.