Beginnger Sivananda Style Yoga ~ 7/13, 7/20, 7/27 & 8/3

Beginner Sivananda Style Yoga
4 Week Series
Mondays 7:30pm ~ 9:00pm
7/13 – 7/20 – 7/27 -8/3


Mondays ~ July 13th, 20th, 27th & August 3rd 7:30pm ~ 9:00pm $60 ~ pre-registration required Sign Up Now

Sivananda Yoga is an authentic, classical form of yoga for bringing complete peace, harmony and balance to the mind and heart.  It is a traditional, exact and easy to learn system!
Sivananda Yoga begins with Pranayama (controlled breathing techniques), followed by traditional Sun Salutations & 12 basic poses. 
The 12 basic poses or asanas are much more than just stretching. They open the energy channels, chakras and psychic centers of the body while increasing flexibility of the spine, strengthening bones and stimulating the circulatory and immune systems. Along with proper breathing or pranayama, asanas also calm the mind and reduce stress. With regular practice one can ensure overall physical and mental health and the possible prevention of diseases such as diabetes, hypertension and arthritis. In time, performing the poses slowly and consciously, becomes a mental exercise in concentration and meditation.

Join Victoria Purcell and Blissful Yoga for
Beginner Sivananda Style Yoga

         Victoria Purcell, CYT, is the owner/founder of Blissful Yoga in Mullica Hill. She discovered her love for yoga in 2000 when she was diagnosed with a disabling chronic pain syndrome. Her doctor prescribed an 8 week stress reduction course that included yoga and meditation at Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia. She is a firm believer that yoga helped heal her physically and emotionally. She has been a yogini ever since.Victoria has been practicing yoga for 15 years and teaching yoga for 9 years. She is certified as an instructor in Vinyasa Yoga, Children’s Yoga, Yin Yoga and Kripalu’s Yoga Dance. In the fall of 2013, Victoria was afforded the opportunity to travel to Kerala, India for over a month. In Eat, Pray, Love fashion, she spent 22 days in a Sivananda Ashram in for Yoga and Ayurvedic studies and practices. In 2015, Victoria made her second month long trip to India and stayed another 2 weeks at the Sivananda Ashram.