Sunday, June 2 • 9:00am - 10:30am
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Functioning through a physical body in the gravitational field can take a toll as the body ages, or is subject to injury or illness. In this presentation, Camella will share evidence based, diverse case studies as well as present the benefits of practicing yoga in the water. Diverse populations practicing together fosters accessibility as well as inclusion in an 'ego-less' environment. Exercise 'under dosing' may be common particularly for aging adults on land, yet they can benefit from a more aerobic Vinyasa type practice in the water that challenges the brain whilst allowing for a flowing, breath centered practice which may not be possible on land. Wisdom takes decades of experience and discernment through Self-Awareness and Discipline. Experiencing yoga practice within our bodies most dominant element (water), can help to insure that we never give up our asana practice and spiritual growth, and can be an accompaniment to land yoga, or become the main practice arena to move Prana and find greater balance in life.

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Camella Nair (Swami Nibhrtananda)

Author, IAYT -C, Ayurvedic Health Educator and Swami in the Kriya lineage, Aqua Kriya Yoga
As a female Swami in an unbroken line of spiritual teachers, I teach the wisdom of Kriya Yoga from a feminine perspective. I started yoga at an early age and have witnessed first hand how yoga in the 'gravitational field' can challenge us. Many people 'give up' practicing yoga because... Read More →

Sunday June 2, 2019 9:00am - 10:30am
Harris-Stowe - Room 215 William L. Clay Sr. Early Childhood Development Center at Harris Stowe University, 10 North Compton Ave.

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