This series is specially designed for first time yoga students who wish to learn fundamental principles of yoga alignment and breathing techniques. There are no body requirements to start this practice; only the willingness to show up.
This 4 week program is ideal for new students wanting to develop a strong foundation for their yoga practice, and regular practitioners willing to go back to the ‘beginners’ mind’ for new discoveries.
You will be introduced to principles of alignment, anatomy, basic yoga poses and important breathing techniques.
Please join Tataya Radtke for this exploration within, using the breath as a guide into the body to find your inner and outer alignment and outer alignment.
Tataya Radtke’s (E-RYT-500hrs) encounter with yoga started with a longing to open up from a deeper place. Although she was a practicing attorney in Venezuela, she felt something fundamental was missing in her life. When she began her practice in Iyengar style yoga, she immediately found herself at home in her body and mind. Leaving everything behind, she traveled to India and received her first certification in Bangalore through the foundation of Pathanjala Yoga Kendra in the Ashtanga tradition in 2002. She traveled throughout Europe deepening her experience and teaching along the way.
In 2005 Tataya moved to Colorado and apprenticed with Anthony Bogart in Anusara style completing Yoga Teacher Training and therapy training. She moved to Lincoln, NE in 2007 and with her husband Thomas opened Yoga Body & Balance studio. She received her Inner Power Yoga certification through Yoga World Reach and along with Thomas, began leading Inner power Yoga Teacher Training and working nationally with r.r. Shakti. They became the parents of three beautiful children. After eight years — in “her longing for her greatest self,” as Hafiz shares, she and her husband and children recently relocated to Oahu to pursue a dream that is still being birthed. Her passion to know herself and to be in deep relationship with others continues to shape the way she shares yoga and its different applications. She also leads Circling as the yoga of relating, bringing the fruits of yoga off the mat and into daily life.
Watch Tataya give a talk here.