Fusion Yoga Studio Sacramento, Inc.
Fusing Ancient & Contemporary Practices
Our needs can be different each time we step onto our mats. At FUSION, we believe that it’s important to consider how we’re showing up on any given day and decide what’s best for us… honoring the first tenant of yoga, which is “ahimsa,” (cause no-harm to oneself or others).
We recognize that some days our bodies crave a “work-out,” making them stronger, more flexible, or to detoxify them in some way… and other times it’s more appropriate and advanced to turn inward or “work-in,” as it’s our hearts and minds that need nurturing, restoring, expansiveness, space. As we explore our interior landscape, our practice might reveal that sometimes doing less, is often times doing more.
We offer traditional Hatha yoga classes that are geared toward developing a deeper understanding of the postures along with techniques used to focus our minds while we practice our yoga. These classes are labeled as “YOGA BASICS” classes and provide specific alignment instructions and guidance as you learn how to stream-line and fine-tune your thoughts and concentration skills. We also offer “Flow” (or “Power Flow”) classes where we transition with strength and grace from pose to pose, generating internal heat. Oftentimes elements of both are in most classes. (For those that like to push the envelope, try “Fusion Flow (+)” – although we also offer “Easy Stretch” and “Unwind” for those that are needing a therapeutic approach to the practice.)
Our class temperatures range from 74 to 84 degrees (Fusion Flow PLUS is heated to 90 degrees). Please note that if practicing in a warmed room isn’t appropriate for your particular health condition, please contact FrontDesk@FusionYogaSac.comfor guidance in selecting a class that would be best suited for your needs.
As our practice begins to mature and ripen, we learn how to take our practice off our mat and into our daily lives… that the same coping skills and tools we learn on the mat when we’re in a challenging or stressful position, can likewise be applied to our interactions with others as we ultimately work to develop a better understanding of ourselves. Although one path might be considered “traditional” in nature, and the other a more contemporary approach (flow classes infused with heat), they both take us on the same journey and arrive at the same destination. Both ways of practicing can provide equal benefits, that is, to restore our body, mind, hearts, and spirit, while diving deep within.
Take a moment to pause…
Close your eyes… breathe deep and l o n g….
Be still… be quiet….
Feel your hard edges….
Feel your tender places.
How do YOU feel today….?
May the path you choose lead you home.
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