The Peoples Practice

The People’s Practice restoring indigenous presence to practice while inspiring a peaceful union with mind and body.


The People’s Practice is an integration of Kemetic and Hatha with Tao healing arts. These ancient methods employ breath, sound and movement to still the mind and liberate the body. Connect and flow through this practice of mindful movement based on the foundations of geometric progression and remember your indigenous nature within. The People’s Practice develops attention to individual needs while encouraging the support of a holistic community.

Queen Tiye

Queen Tiye

Africa-Kemetic Yoga


The spirituality of Africa is at the heart of Kemetic Yoga. The rhythm of the drum is the same as the cadence of our breathing technique called Rule of Four Breathing. Our movements and postures are geometric and reflect the ancient African principles of Sacred Geometry and the Golden Ratio. 

The philosophy behind our spiritual science is that of Ma'at and the Seven Principles …

Shiva

Shiva

India-Hatha Yoga

South Asia


Hatha Yoga is the physical practice of yoga. The asana practice of hatha yoga symbolizes the connection of the sun and the moon, bringing the world and the physical body into balance. Hatha also means “to strike,” meaning to strike the body with the challenge of the postures and to “yoke” (the meaning of yoga) the mind into singular focus. Most styles of yoga in the United States are based in Hatha with different philosophies, practices, and terminology that allow yoga…

Yin and Yang Symbol

Yin and Yang Symbol

Asia-Tao


Tao (pronounced “dao”) means literally “the path” or “the way.” It is a universal principle that underlies everything from the creation of galaxies to the interaction of human beings. The workings of Tao are vast and often beyond human comprehension. In order to understand it, reasoning alone will not suffice. One must also apply intuition.

In our study of the Tao, our source material is the Tao Te Ching (pronounced “Dao De Jing”) written by the ancient sage Lao Tzu.

Some of Lao Tzu’s most significant teachings are as follows: …


Fees

All class contributions are used to sponsor yoga and mindful learning community-based programs.

Single Class:
$15 Contribution

Master Class:
$20 Contribution


Policy

All classes are available by appointment only.  

All students must register for class. No drop ins. Classes begin on time and duration of the classes are an hour long. Upon arrival, please make yourself at home, remove shoes and socks, and bask within the space of tranquility.