Category: yoga classes

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The 5 W’s of Alteayoga

Who: Rachel Rose, yoga teacher, massage therapist, chemist, Canadian What: Hatha yoga classes, private yoga classes, meditation classes, pranayama classes. Where: Altea Salut, Calle Vents Vius 6-bajo, Altea, Alicante When: Tuesdays 20:00-21:15 and Fridays 09:30-10:45 (group classes) and Tuesdays-Thursdays for private sessions. Why: I believe in the power of yoga the heal the body, the […]

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Yoga Schedule 2019-2020

Delighted doesn’t start to describe how I feel about getting back to teaching group classes at Altea Salut! The schedule will be: Tuesday evenings 20:00 – 21:15 & Friday mornings 09:30-10:45 I haven’t been resting on my laurels this summer, not at all. I have been working in the Mind&Body Department at SHA Wellness Clinic […]

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Crowdfunding Return to the Source

Return to the Source – Crowdfunding a Dream (desliza abajo para español) I am sure you’ve all heard of Crowdfunding.  It’s an idea that’s been around since 1997, and was first used in the music industry.  Crowdfunding is a way to let fans and friends directly support a band or any other endeavour, from designers […]

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Return to the Source

Excited doesn’t even begin to describe what I am feeling as we get nearer to Return to the Source, next Saturday 15th December in Altea.   Yoga talks about union, about weaving threads together to create a fabric. In the context of a life, we achieve our life’s purpose, our Sva Dharma, or True Path. Music […]

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Fascia and slow yoga

On the Alteayoga facebook page, I re-posted a piece from Dr. Mercola’s web site in which fascia is thoughtfully discussed.  I suggest that you pop over and read it, then come back here.  Summing up:  Fascia makes up about 20% of body weight and is like a battery pack for muscles.  It also transports water in […]