Jai Studios and Myriad Yoga Brownsville, VT
Jai Studios LLC and Myriad Yoga
Yoga Classes, Workshops, Private Sessions,
and Trainings in Brownsville, VT
With mixed emotions we announced the closing of The Cornish Yoga Space in April of 2017. We had lived in Cornish for 18 years, and ran a home based studio in Cornish for 10 years, offering weekly classes, workshops, special events, live music, festivals, Swami’s from India, the world renown ‘Hanumen’, yoga teacher trainings, private sessions, Reiki workshops, and more.
My husband Josh and I have alway had creative space in our homes. Jai Studios LLC, combines our love of yoga, music, art and wellness into one studio center. Josh and I finally have all the studio space of our dreams, plenty of space not just for yoga, but also for our music and artistic pursuits. This home means so much to us and we wanted to celebrate our ‘victory’ in finally having the space of our dreams! Jai means ‘victory’ in sanskrit and is an expression of great joy and celebration, so it seemed a fitting name.
We hope to offer more classes, trainings, monthly Kirtan and events for our community. Brownsville, VT is a picturesque VT town, and we feel blessed to have landed here. We are excited at the changes and new opportunities. We hope you will be a part of all that is to come!
Angie and Josh
What is Myriad Yoga and “Yoga Flow”?
Myriad Flow Yoga Fundamental Principles
Myriad Flow is a practice of bringing forth our most Optimal Self through asana- postures, pulsing movement, breath, and mindful attention. Myriad flow is designed as a total wellness system that recognizes the vital need to honor the individual and unique needs of each practitioner as they change over time, while simultaneously recognizing that we are all connected at the source of Spirit.
Each practice session begins with attention to the breath and coordinating each movement with the breath, we then focus on releasing tension in the spine through fluid movement, strengthening our connection to the core body and expanding musculoskeletal strength, and reaching into periphery of the body through length and expansion of our limbs. After such mindful, strengthening, and expansive movement, we then take time to rest deeply for a complete experience of ease and peace. Over time, we artfully grow our body/mind awareness though these fluid somatic movements, conscious breathing, and reflective meditation practices.
It is my hope as a fellow practitioner that the many benefits of this practice will radiate throughout all aspects of your life.
You can read more about my musings on “Myriad” here.