Find inner balance and calm in the least likely of places: New York City. Veronica Webb learns from master teachers who share their expertise on finding stillness and calm through the ancient practice of Yoga.
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New York City Travel Guide - Yoga Studios in NYC Veronica Webb: New York City for yoga, no one thinks like oh, I'll come to New York and do a lor of yoga. And I'll come to New York as a yoga destination. Elizabeth: Yeah but it definitely is. I mean you could literally come to New York in a yoga holiday. That is I think something very exciting and uplifting about owning what to do in New York it’s because so many people from all over the world come here. Elena Brower: I think it’s really important. There are a lot of great yoga’s to do in New York and they feel like I just feel very lucky that I found this work, and that this, my job. Elizabeth: The space really provide the sanctuary in New York, it really does. Veronica Webb: Yeah, good thing I came. Elizabeth: Great way to describe this place and while you’re here and doing yoga. You see all the great art. You even know the great restaurant. What I really like about Anusara is that it’s very inclusive although we have these incredible universal principles of the Y-minute. It really invites the Yogi’s students, the practioners to step into a dance of life. Elena Brower: John friend who’s the founder of monastery formed basically in 1997 and the general just of what Anusara aims to put forth is always the same, really focusing on the goodness in your heart. And the way, how much you can move your body to access into direct experience of that for yourself. Elizabeth: Well I think that a really effective class is to get people to breath and if you’re going to breathe in then you’re not connected. Veronica Webb: We need to make people to make it harmonic. Elizabeth: That was good though. Veronica Webb: It could be a three people ends on a good personality until this can't do it. Elizabeth: when you come to yoga, the subject is you, so it is inviting somebody to be open, eager and it have a lack of pre-confection about what they already have done with their life. Elena Brower: And it’s the most amazing thing to watch how progress can be made in the body and so certainly this, it’s sweeter. The whole experience of the days is there, lives in your chest. Lets take a couple of moments there making your tail bone and then lift your arms and open you hands and open your eyes. How is that feel? Veronica Webb: We’ll that’s shock you did. Elena Brower: Yeah! Veronica Webb: That’s like calming feminine creative energy. The thing that we always work on here is aligning your body by making sure that you’re standing properly making to it that you’re moving properly. You know turning your body with respective in kindness through your workout. Elena Brower: I hope through aligning the body accurately each one of us were actually find them. We sort to align ourselves and in conversation that in situations and an interactions in a way that is much more optimal and much less beautiful, and contracted. Elizabeth: I would really like to find new wave with in this ancient tradition to help people to recognise how they can serve themselves, right because by serving yourself really end up serving others because you got all wow how. There's so much, there is so much to life, beautiful. Veronica Webb: Thank you, thank you.

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