June 8th and 9th in both studios!
As a B.F.A Dance major at The Boston Conservatory, I began practicing yoga to supplement my dance training. Over time, yoga became a way for me to discover more about myself not only physically, but emotionally. Fast forward a few years and injuries later, I began to pursue more extensive studies in the anatomy and physiology of the body and movement and made the shift to teaching yoga & movement full time. I left the dance performing world behind, but infuse its knowledge, detail, somatic awareness, and passion into my work.
Through my various studies, I discovered Threes Physiyoga Method, a method that merges physical therapy with yoga. My group classes, workshops, and private lessons combine corrective exercise, functional mobility work, and knowledge from the physical therapy world with yoga & pranayama (breathing) practices. Working this way evolves and expands our movement and breath vocabulary and sheds light on how we can create more efficiency and clarity within our own individual mechanics, as well as rehabilitate and mitigate injuries and pains.
Provide a safe haven for growth in the intellectual, anatomical, visceral, and emotional aspects of yoga and breathing practices. Classes are a melting pot of yoga & multidisciplinary styles of movement with the intention of discovering and unravelling the web of the body in an anatomically holistic way, creating the space for discernment and growth.
June 7th to 9th in both studios!
“I was born to an American father from California and an Israeli mother in the multicultural holy land of Israel. I claimed my independence early in life, and made my home the beautiful northern mountain farmlands of Kibbutz Manarah and Misgav Am. After serving in the Israeli military, I completed my Bachelor’s Degree at Tel Hai college and had my share of travels in the Far East. Then in 2002, before committing to a four-year program at a University, I decided to visit my father in California. A few months later I found myself in NYC, falling in love with yoga, dance and bodywork!
Life sometimes happens in between the lines. Goals may change when you least expect it. Every moment is magical and grace is everywhere; it’s up to us to keep the channels open so we can truly listen, partake and live life to its fullest.
In our strive for health, happiness, peace, contentment and unity, we need a practice to keep us grounded and focused on our goals yet flexible to the different rhythms of life. When we let that practice become our art, and plant the right intention, we become a moving prayer.
The classes I lead are taught primarily in the vinyasa style with emphasis on alignment, therapeutic work, pranayama, bandhas, and thoughtful and creative sequences. My intention is to offer a practice that creates the space and clarity needed to not only promote health, strength, and wellness, but to help you build the bridge between your body and spirit.”
Friday June 7th – 5RYTHMS @ Mile-End 7:30pm to 9pm
The 5Rhythms is a dynamic movement meditation, while a seemingly simple process, the 5Rhythms practice facilitates deep and unending explorations, moving the dancer beyond self-imposed limitations and isolation into new depths of creativity & connection.
The 5Rhythms – Flowing, Staccato, Chaos, Lyrical, Stillness® – are states of Being. They are a map to everywhere we want to go, on all planes of consciousness – inner and outer, forward and back, physical, emotional and intellectual. They are markers on the way back to a real self, a vulnerable, wild passionate, instinctive self.
Description for class:
September 15th to 17th at Mile End
Workshop: Now it’s like this!
Sunday 15th of September – 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm, Mile End
Yoga Class with Chelsey KORUS: Pipe Dream
Sunday 15th of September – 4 pm to 5:30 pm, Mile End