Rosa Albus Vedic Thai Yoga
Hatha yoga is a branch of yoga primarily concerned with mastery of the body, and it is arguably the tradition most familiar to Western culture. The term is derived from the Sanskrit ha, meaning "sun," and tha, meaning "moon," leading to the common interpretation that Hatha practices are designed to unite and balance these two energies. The forms of Hatha Yoga (In India, haṭha yoga is associated in popular tradition with the Yogis of the Natha Sampradaya through its traditional founder Matsyendranath, who is celebrated as a saint in both Hindu and Buddhist tantric and haṭha yoga schools.) are: Classical Hatha, Ashtanga vinyasa, Yin yoga, and Vedic Thai Yoga.
"Now, the classical idea of the Thai Ruesi Hermit is that of an ascetic who lives in caves or in the forest and spent his (or her) life practicing meditation in seclusion. It’s from these ancient hermits where the term and practice Rue-Si Dat Ton emerged, meaning “the ascetic who stretches himself.” Ruesi Dat Ton Statues at Wat Pho | History and Pictures (traditionalbodywork.com)
It is from here I pull Vedic Thai Yoga from as well as other branches within Traditional Thai Medicine to help people, Ayurveda and Hatha Yoga. I do not participate in massage. With my seasoned Yoga sadhana, I pull from my studies and practice to help people rebalance themself in Vedic Thai yoga.
Yoga helps reduce physical and emotional stress. I am remain rooted within Raja Yoga and in the Buddhist traditions of loving-kindness, compassion, sympathetic joy, and equanimity.
Yoga assists the body and relaxes the mind to realize we are more than just this vehicle. We all in time realize through Yoga, yoking, that all is interconnected from the mycellium and plants to the microbiome in our body being at one with the earth, to the microcosm of you and macrocosm of the universe.
Yoga enhances one's quality of living and opens dormant faculties. It opens and releases congested chakras/lom and it heals the endocrine system. One becomes aware of the physical and subtle connections within and without to bring homeostasis, which is important because our Earth needs us to wake up!
Everyone encounters emotional and physical stress. Not only that, but things such as our food choices, weather, work, family, personal relationships, how we treat the Earth and physical trauma can cause an imbalance in our lives. And when our body or mind is out of balance, we experience dis-ease. Let us help rewire each other and pull away the illusions of what is real and not real.
Rosa Albus is a long-time Yoga practitioner. She emphasizes yoga, mindfulness, diet, lifestyle, reconnection to the Earth and the Universe, and vitalist-driven herbology to achieve physical, mental, and emotional balance.
Are you looking for a way to bring balance into your life? Do you need to deepen your yoga practice? I offer consultations with a spiritual and holistic approach. I work to understand your physical and emotional connections to your internal and external environment and the divine.
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