I was introduced to yoga in the 60s when I was a student in South Asian Studies at the University of Pennsylvania. Yoga was an esoteric subject at the time and now so many years later, it’s gratifying to see that yoga is mainstream in American life.
Since then I have had a yoga practice on and off, but decided to resume classes after knee replacement surgery. I was not happy that I could no longer do the lotus position properly and it was affecting my meditation so I wanted to learn how to adapt the asanas for my new knee.
I want to say how happy I am that I came to Prana Yoga Center and thank Christy for the extraordinary gift she gave me of the one month unlimited package. It has enabled me to try out the different levels to see where I fit in and to work with all of her wonderful teachers.
I wish Christy and her staff continued success in their yoga and spiritual practice. And I plan to tell my surgeon at the Hospital For Special Surgery in New York to instruct all of his patients to start yoga before and continue after their surgery. Now, armed with all of the props and paraphernalia and the guidance and wisdom of Yoga, I am moving forward. See you in class!
Mountain Lakes, NJ