Welcome to Ah-sana Yoga!
I was so excited to learn that each person’s unique skeletal anatomy influences their ability to move and shape their body into what we call “poses” or “postures”. For example, a person with long legs may not be able to touch their hands to the floor in a forward fold simply because their hips are further away from the floor than someone with shorter legs and a proportionally longer torso. This, of course, is a very simplified example and does not take into consideration muscular flexibility and a host of other factors.
If you are searching for a yoga studio that treats each person as a unique individual, you've come to the right place. I'm so sure you'll enjoy and appreciate Ah-sana Yoga that I'll refund your 1st class payment if you're not completely satisfied. Still not sure? Schedule your first class and give it a try.
Please contact me if you have questions about any of our classes or how to get started. AhsanaYoga@gmail.com or 614-638-6279.
My passion is helping students discover and explore their unique anatomy so they can create a practice that fits their body. I welcome students at any point in their yoga journey - just starting out or years of experience. Classes are small, allowing time for individual attention to alignment and form.
In the Yoga Sutras, an ancient yoga text, Patanjali discusses the eight limbs of yoga. The third limb is asana (pronounced AH-sah-nah) or the physical practice that we commonly refer to as “yoga”. When I began my yoga teacher training in 2006, I was immediately drawn to asana. Don’t get me wrong - the other seven limbs are important to having a complete yoga practice. But anatomy fascinates me!