Yoga

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Dynamic Yoga 4 Love Studio

Summer Schedule Note from Lisa:
A few of the classes are only every other week:
Sunday 5:30PM and Thursday 10:00AM are weeks 1 & 3
Friday 9:15AM is weeks 2,4 & 5

Specialty Yoga Classes

Private Lessons

Hot Yoga + Preventing and Treating Cancer

Class Descriptions

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Yoga Guidelines~ Do’s and Dont’s

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New Year’s Day Chakra Master Class + Vision Board Workshop~ 4th Annual

Are you new to yoga?
Welcome to Dynamic Yoga 4 Love Studio!

You have found your new home away from home.

If you are a beginner, have been not exercising regularly, or more sedentary for a while we recommend that you take 3-4 Yoga 101 classes over a 14 day period. After this period then try a HOT yoga class after acclimating your body to exercise, movement and commitment to yourself.
If you are athletic, but new to yoga, we recommend practicing at least 4 Hot Yoga sessions within a 14 day period minimum to really notice results of Detox and clarity.

After just a few sessions, you will begin to feel the affects of a stronger core, firmer body, calmer mind, a relaxed outlook, better sleep, better sex and a healthy mind-body-spirit connection!

If you practice 1 time a week you begin to change your body.
If you practice 2 times a week you will begin to change your mind.
If you practice 3 or more times per week you will change your life!

There are many researched benefits of yoga, as it is a 6000 year old practice. To name a few, immediately you will see an increase in attention span and focus. Within the first month you will gain better balance, increase core strength, and learn to achieve mental relaxation without external stimulants. These benefits are increased and multiplied with Hot Yoga, as we have seen with our experience. We heat the studio space to a toasty 95-99 degrees and maintain a high humidity level of 65- 70%. We also add ionization to the air to help the nasal passages and airways become clear. This practice is a great detoxification for both the body and mind.

Hot yoga has many researched benefits. This practice increases the body’s ability to access the muscles and ligaments deeper than in a cool room; the practice increases stamina and endurance translatable to many other areas in life. Strength is gained, bone density increased and the simple pleasure of achieving something great is a wonderful reward.

Real yoga… in our community??? We are serving right here in Texas inspiring beginners and yogis alike! Serving Ovilla, Midlothian, Red Oak, Cedar Hill, Waxahachie, Duncanville, DeSoto, Maypearl, Ennis and all ofSouthern Dallas and Ellis County!

Curious? Come try a yoga class! You may just positively change your life!

Yoga 4 Love was created and exists to bring yoga, yogis and the entire community together with awareness, peace and love. Yoga 4 Love is based in the DFW Metroplex in Texas, USA. Curious? Come try a yoga class! You may just positively change your life!

About Us

The company was founded in 2008 by Lisa Ware after a few decades of solo personal practice. She was greatly inspired by her late mother, Lorene Farrell. Lisa personally experienced the battle with breast cancer through her mother and was activwely involved in supporting her healing and wellness for 8 years. This was what greatly inspired Lisa to begin sharing healing through yoga, Reiki, organic living and nutrition. Lisa continues to share Lorene’s indomitable spirit, never quit attitude and positive radiance to all that were touched by her and strong will to live. Susan G. Komen’s Race for the Cure is one of the outlets Yoga 4 Love has shared its charitable contributions because Lorene was American Airlines’ Race Chairperson for many years. Yoga 4 Love also has donated time, yoga and funding to causes such as Haiti Releif, Red Cross, SariSak and many local causes + charities in the DFW cOmmunity.

This was the beginning of the journey of Yoga 4 Love.

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Free Day Of Yoga 2012 with Lisa Ware and The Bhakti House Band at Crow Collection of Asian Art

What Is Yoga?

Have you always wondered what yoga is? Do you find yourself sitting in a lotus position for hours? Yoga 4 Love exists to bring yoga to you! We are here to introduce yoga to people like you and me. Yoga is a form of connecting the mind…body…spirit with our breath through a series of poses called asanas.

At Yoga 4 Love we teach Vinyasa style yoga, which is a branch of Hatha yoga. Vinyasa Flow Yoga is where the class flows at a pace fluid with your breath. Yoga is like a moving meditation, creating awareness and focusing on conscious relaxation.

Just as people and experiences are vastly different, yoga is significant to everyone in a personal and unique way. To simply breathe, feel and let go for a moment, and learning to do so, …is the beauty of yoga.

No need to have tried Yoga before! Come as you are! Find Bliss through yoga instantly! Taking action no matter what level you’re at will give you countless benefits. Yoga 4 Love is for any BODY!

No previous yoga experience necessary!
All classes are instructor- customized for your body type and ability!

 

Yoga Guidelines, Terms and FAQ’s

These are terms that are listed most frequently used, and their basic meanings:

Asana- Poses, postures, positions used in the practice of Yoga

Hatha Yoga- This is an ancient practice of yoga and one of the most popular utilizing asana, pranayama , meditation and Savasana to achieve better health, wellness and instill an inner calm or focus.

Heated Yoga- Yoga practiced in a warm room, temperature 82 – 89 degrees, to get the muscles ready for movement.

Hot Yoga- Yoga practiced in a room body temperature up to 98 degrees to detox the body, focus the mind and clarify the cardiovascular system. Some practices add 50% humidity, we do not. (In Texas it is already very humid!) We usually start with heated yoga then let the temperature rise as our class builds in energy. Allow several classes to acclimate the body to the heat, drink plenty of water, and rest when needed.

Om or Aum- The supreme and most sacred syllable, consisting in Sanskrit of the three sounds (a), (u), and (m), representing various fundamental triads and believed to be the spoken essence of the universe. It is uttered as a mantra and in affirmations and blessings. [Sanskrit om, aum.] Source: Answers.com

Reiki- Rei: Universal/ Ki: energy- a healing therapy focusing on the body’s basic energies, guided by a certified and attuned Reiki Practitioner or Reiki Master. Reiki utilizes gentle hand positions and relaxation with guided imagery. The recipient is safe, protected and loved as blockages in their energy or physical body are released. At the end of a session most feel both energized and relaxed. Lisa has been practicing this healing art for over a decade.

Pranayama- breath work and breath awareness; connection of mind/ body.

Savasana- Final Relaxation

Thai Yoga Bodywork- Known as ‘the lazy man’s yoga’, as the practitioner moves the recipient in a full range motion. A type of massage in Thai style that involves stretching and deep massage. This form of bodywork is usually performed on the floor, and the client wears comfortable clothes that allow for movement. No oils are used in Thai massage. It is known in Thailand as “nuat phaen boran”. From Wikipedia

Vinyasa Flow- A branch of Hatha Yoga, breath awareness yoga. This yoga is Breath Synchronized Movement, where each inhale and exhale has an associated movement and the space between movements is focused.

Yoga Practice- The art and science of moving through asanas and breathing techniques to achieve calmness of mind, balance of body and connectin to spirit. The styles and intensity is varied wide and far, we at Yoga 4 Love mainly practice Vinyasa Yoga.

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