Robin and Emily are both delighted to be teaching several classes along with other DFY teachers at the new Align Yoga Studio in Tinton Falls when it opens sometime soon in October. Please visit their website AlignYogaNJ.com for more information. In addition to those classes:
Emily’s current schedule
· Mondays 9:30-11am at EvenFlow Yoga, 19 Mechanic St, Red Bank
· Tuesdays 6:30-7:30 pm at the Kaiser Fit Club, 555 Shrewsbury Avenue, Shrewsbury
· Wednesdays 9:15-10:30 am at the Armory, 76 Chestnut St, Red Bank (this class will be moving to Align Yoga when it opens).
No pre-registration required for these classes. Drop-ins welcome! Please check out Emily’s new web address emilyhyoga.com and email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 732‑618‑7518 for additional information, and to schedule a private or small group lesson.
Saturdays Dec 6, 13 & 20 - 8:15-9:45am
for 3 classes or $25 drop-in
· Wednesdays 6-7:00pm
Fee: $25 drop-in
Please email email@example.com to pre-register or call 908‑489‑5809 for additional information, and to schedule a private or small group lesson.
classes beginning soon
· Tuesdays 6:45-8pm
· Thursdays 9:30-11:00am
· Saturdays 10:30-12noon
The name Dancing Foot Yoga comes from the Shiva Nataraj, a famous image that commemorates the Lord Shiva’s dance of creation and being. The Nataraj, or Lord of the Dance, symbolizes the power within each person and the energy that dances within all of us. The cosmic dancer’s left foot, the Dancing Foot, is lifted in celebration gesturing to all to come and find the joy within.
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Yoga is a tried and true method for developing a greater sense of well‑being.
Before beginning any exercise program, check with your licensed health care practitioner.
Emily Huersky and Robin Candrea
photo from Dan Jacobsen’s triCityNews
Robin Hertlein Candrea is a certified Iyengar Yoga teacher, presently at the Intermediate Junior I level, and continues to train with Senior Iyengar teachers regularly. She recently spent a month studying with the Iyengar family in Pune, India, February 2014, and was fortunate to observe Mr. Iyengar teaching just before he died in August.
Robin was first introduced to yoga when she was a junior at St. Mary’s High School in Manhasset, Long Island. One day, Miss Lowinski (her English teacher) said, "Girls, we are going to do yoga, so move aside your desks and take off your saddle shoes." Robin continued to practice yoga as she went on to become a professional modern dancer, and has taught dance and yoga for most of her adult life. She received a Masters in the Psycho-Social Study of Human Movement from Columbia University Teachers College in 1988. She began studying Iyengar Yoga at about the same time, and became hooked on it with teacher, Rodney Yee. Theresa Rowland and Joan White have been her primary teachers since 1994, as well as Brooke Myers from the Iyengar Institute in NY.
“Life is not about answers. It is about learning to live in the middle of complete uncertainty, and doing so gracefully.” ~ Swami Chetanananda
*Alignment is a cornerstone of the
practice of Iyengar Yoga. One often
thinks of alignment in terms of the positioning of the body and its various
parts during the practice of asana (posture). The value of this aspect of
alignment in balancing and protecting the joints, muscles, organs, vessels,
and tissues of the body is well known to most people. What may be less well
known is the importance of alignment with respect to the flow of energy in
the body. ~ John Schumacher, Iyengar Yoga Teacher
likely one of the only students at the Rumson Country Day School whose mother
often picked her up from school accompanied by a Swami, Emily Dubin Huresky was
introduced to Eastern Philosophy at a young age. When Emily graduated Magna
Cum Laude from
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Robin Candrea & Emily Huresky