Pranayama & Restorative Yoga Series

Pranayama is an ancient and integral part of Yoga – the yogic art of breathing. An ancient yoga practice that draws our focus inwards towards the breath, enabling us with various techniques that improve respiration, invigorates the lungs, improves brain function, feeds all other bodily systems, and helps to create longevity in our lives. Think of it as “poses” for the subtle body. Breathing … Read More

Yoga & Ayurveda for Women’s Health

yoga & ayurveda for women's health

Yoga and Ayurveda are sister sciences that have existed for thousands of years. Rich with wisdom that teaches us how to live a better, mindful and healthier life. Enlightened beings understood that being a woman meant playing multiple roles in everyday life for a lifetime. Yoga and Ayurveda have given us many pearls of wisdom that we can use to … Read More

Fall Pranayama Series

Fall Pranayama Series

Pranayama, also known as the art of yogic breathing, is an integral part of the practice of yoga – preceded by asana, or the physical practice. Pranayama is an inseparable part of the Yoga tradition. Translated literally as ‘prana’ = vital force or breath and ‘ayama’ = extension, stretching, lengthening: pranayama = extension of breath. At Aham Yoga, we offer regular, high-quality pranayama or yogic breathing … Read More

Ayurveda Immersion – February 18 -19, 2017

What is Ayurveda? Ayurveda is one of the world’s oldest medical systems, and is known as the sister science to yoga. It literally translates to the “wisdom of life” or “science of life”. Some of it’s practices includes the use of herbal and natural remedies for illness and disease, and comes with a wealth of knowledge on how to live … Read More

Women’s Health and Yoga Workshop. Sunday, May 7, 2017.

womens health & yoga

“Without health there is no strength. Strength is preserved only when health is maintained. Health of body means both physical and mental well-being. It is a sign of a peaceful state of the body and the mind when one is able to follow ethical codes, maintain moral standards and fulfill social obligations.” Women play many roles in their lifetime. A … Read More