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Good Morning Portsmouth Yoga

August 24 @ 7:30 am - 8:45 am

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An event every week that begins at 7:30am on Thursday, repeating indefinitely

Good Morning
Portsmout Yoga
good morning Portsmouth YogaGood Morning,
Portsmouth Yoga is
a introduction to a
gentler Ashtanga Practice.
Come to learn the
Namaskar series A
sometimes Series  B.


Begin in a  beautiful chest opening meditation ( Anahata asana).
You may open with a Concentration Meditation to begin your
day with a fresh approach.
In Good Morning Portsmouth Yoga
start the day with an active invigorating stretch.
Move into hip openers or shoulder stretches.
Tom, the instructor will asses the class and
offer which is necessary.

Good Morning, Portsmouth Yoga is a class that will
invigorate you while at the same time prepare you for
a centered day.

Good Morning, Portsmouth Yoga is fairly quick in pace.
The class does offer modifications.
It does offer props until the body adjusts.
Cultivate the skill of listening as the
instructor leads.

Be challenged. Use Good Morning Portsmouth Yoga
to strengthen your asanas.
Use this class to overcome your self consciousness.
In the class find your  self approval
by allowing yourself tto be different or slower.
There is no judgement in this class.

It is you on the mat and only you.
Be present with the gentle guidance
of Tom. Finger tip touch and
encouraging words make
this class a want to go to
class on your weekly yoga list.

The value of sun salutations:

If done fast, it provides a good cardiovascular workout.
If done at a slower pace, these postures help tone the
muscles and can relax the system and  be meditative.
Regular practice of Sun Salutation improves the
functions of the heart, liver, intestine, stomach,
chest, throat, and legs – basically, the whole body.
The process purifies the blood and improves blood
circulation throughout the system and ensures
proper functioning of the stomach, bowel, and
nerve centers. Practicing Sun Salutation daily
helps balance the three constitutions –
Vata, Pitha and Kapha – that the body is made
up of, according to Ayurvedic science. Sun Salutation
is also known to enhance the physical strength of a person.

Any Questions just contact Tom.

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August 24
7:30 am - 8:45 am
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Instructor Tom Sorrentino RMPr.


Yoga by Donation, Portsmouth Studio
147 Congress Street, Suite C
Portsmouth, 03801
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