An Evolution of
Yoga for the modern body

 

Yoga For EveryBody!

New! Online Classes: 

1hr classes (EST/New York time)

Tuesdays:

8:00pm  

Thursdays:

8:00pm 

Saturdays:

10:00am 

*First class is always FREE! 

Meet me online 30mins before start time if this is you first class.

Looking forward to seeing you online...

>>The Art of

Nervous System Regulation<<

Our bodies have evolved and so has our yoga practice. Welcome to a balanced yoga practice that draws from ancient traditions and an evolution of postures to suit our modern lifestyle.  

Some things you'll experience:

  • Open up your tight joints & muscles in the feet, hips, back, neck...you know, all the body parts that get tight with all that sitting and repetitive movement you do all day long.

  • Release aches and stiffness so you are freer to run, walk, hike, dance, cycle, play golf, swim, or simply get a good night's sleep. 

  • Replace stretching with softening, opening and lengthening muscles.

  • Learn how to quiet your mind and feel at ease even when you are in the middle of chaos = a  less reactive you + activating a presence of mind and being that is solutions-oriented rather than reactive in stressful situations.

  • Postures are adaptive to meet you where you are at + you'll learn to understand your unique body intelligence. (Everyday is a new day for flexibility and range of motion) 

I look forward to sharing this yoga practice with you.

1 hour sessions. Taught via zoom.

What you will need:

  • Yoga mat

  • Yoga strap

  • Bolster or folded towels (approx. 3inches high)

  • A wall

  • Internet (zoom) access/webcam

  • An open mind. This yoga practice is a movement practice for life and the approach may be different from your experience in other yoga classes.

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Marla Gold

yoga instructor. dancer. director of flow.

Kaiut Yoga is founded in the bio-mechanical principle of “being able to understand the body and the reasoning for why it responds to everyday surroundings to help improve your health”. It was designed as a movement practice to work through chronic pain and injuries, general aches, and stiffness.

It works for the inflexible, the hyper-flexible and the aging body.

Unlike most yoga practices that stretch muscles in extraordinary ways, this yoga practice focuses on the joints. Instead of “stretching”, the postures guide your body to soften, open, and lengthen muscles around the joints. This helps to counteract the harmful effects of our modern lifestyle which involves a lot of sitting, and addresses compensatory behaviors developed from old injuries and repetitive strain from sports such as golf, running, cycling, swimming, skiing and tennis to name a few. Circulation and energy flow is stimulated having a positive effect on how our nervous system self-regulates. Then our mind follows with a heightened state of awareness and calm. The effect is a balanced state of mind-body connection and allowing of your body to return to optimal function.