Aliveness Yoga explained by founders Joanne Kane and Dr. Jennifer Nardozzi

Aliveness Yoga

Sundays 10:30-11:45am est

New session begins Sunday May 1 – 6 classes with themes inspired by Sufi poet Rumi

May 1, 2022 – June 12, 2022

Options to sign up for the series or register for individual classes.

A recording of each session is provided to watch or re-watch on your own time!

Class listed on June 19 on the flyer will be held June 12.

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We have 6 new themes for our May/June Aliveness Series which is inspired by the Sufi poet Rumi:

May 1:  Your heart knows the way. Run in that direction.

May 8:  The moment you accept what troubles you’ve been given, the door will be open.

May 15:  Keep silent, because the world of silence is a vast fullness.

May 29:  Stop acting so small. You are the universe in ecstatic motion.

June 5:   What hurts you, blesses you. Darkness is your cradle.

June 19:  Wherever you are, and whatever you do, be in love.

Aliveness Yoga is a whole practice that incorporates the traditions of the yoga practice with modern day themes. Each session starts with a discussion of the week’s theme between Joanne Kane and Dr. Jen Nardozzi. We use a mindful vinyasa flow with the attention to the breath and alignment while weaving in current day to day themes. You will leave grounded, inspired and connected to the community. Now is the time for Aliveness! Namaste!

Sundays 10:30-11:45

You can use the button above to purchase the May-Jun 6-session series for $99 per household. Single sessions are $20 per household.

Can’t make Sunday mornings? Even if you can’t make a session, they are all recorded and shared to watch at your convenience.

Now is the time for Aliveness, Namaste!

“I have been practicing yoga for over 40 years, have 3 screws in my hip and thought I knew what all my options were in the yoga practice.   Aliveness Yoga has opened up the door to so many more possibilities!   Joanne thinks out of the box, uses her dance background, and her creativity with movement to offer great options.”

Kris H

“I’ve been able to manage the emotional rollercoaster of every week with this new style of yoga.”

Julie FreedmanBeginner

“What I love about Aliveness Yoga is that the basic, foundational poses and movements that we often move through habitually are given deep focus and awareness.  As a yoga teacher and long-time practitioner myself, my own practice can become stale, less-than helpful habits can be created in the way that I organize my body in the poses, or I can sometimes take my breath and presence of mind for granted.  Aliveness Yoga lovingly invites me back in, offering the opportunity to explore these patterns in new ways, and with a beginner’s mind, so that I may progress and deepen my understanding of what it really means to be Alive, and in Yoga. ”

Jenni S

“Covid has given us a gift! Aliveness Yoga! We had all but given up on our yoga practice since moving to Jupiter, Florida. Ira could not find a studio where he felt comfortable. Esther thought she couldn’t do
yoga anymore because of her physical limitations. Then we found Aliveness Yoga. Not only did we get back our yoga practice we got so much more! The guided conversation that is part of every session has been an unexpected source of support during these difficult times. We have found a new community of yogis (with a wide range of ages and levels) every Sunday! What a wonderful blessing!”

Ira & Esther Berkowitz