Insight Yoga is therapeutic. It integrates complementary streams of yoga, Buddhism, and psychology to enhance physical, energetic, mental, and emotional balance.
It may be undertaken on yoga mats and meditation cushions and include yin yoga sequences, meditation, slow flow, and inquiry. But it is also an approach to life that may be supported by 1:1 sessions to stimulate inquiry into a given disturbance of the body-heart-mind system and identify practice methods to address specific challenges.
Only experienced yoga teachers who have studied with founders Sarah and Ty Powers for several years, and who have trained in all aspects of the integrated practice, including Internal Family Systems and other modalities, are endorsed to teach it.
Sarah Jane is an endorsed teacher, assists on retreats, and mentors students in the Insight Yoga Institute's 500-hour training. Of all its methods, she specializes in yin yoga and the Buddhist Four Foundations of Mindfulness and other meditations. She draws on these and other influences for her Thursday evening Insight Yoga class. She also especially enjoys leading individuals, dyads, and groups in psychological inquiry.
To find out how you can work with Insight Yoga founders Sarah and Ty Powers, visit the Insight Yoga Institute. Also, through the Institute, Sarah Jane and fellow Insight Yoga teachers offer a monthly online program that may be of interest.