Raleigh, NC, January 16, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Raleigh NC Yoga welcomes new instructors and a massage therapist, for a growing number of students and classes and services in 2012.
Marc-Cristobal Guilarte: Marc describes himself as a nervous kid on a search to calm himself. He says Yoga intricately conditions both the mind and body more than anything else he had ever encountered.
Marc became a truly ardent student in 2004, after years of being "around" and "exposed to" yoga. He finds very little as rewarding as teaching people how to guide their mind and body towards greater control and happiness.
Issy Benitez: Issy loves to teach group fitness to others, but she says she especially loves to teach Yoga. Her main philosophy in teaching Yoga is simply the mind, body and breath working together as one. This basic philosophy can be applied to the one style of Yoga one decides to teach or practice on a regular basis or perhaps the style you decide to teach or practice on any given day. She enjoys teaching Vinyasa and Hatha yoga and even has a special a combination of the two.
Jonathan Miles: Jonathan is a visiting E-RYT from Virginia offering Continuing Education. He began his journey into yoga on a different path, as a journey into Kung Fu and Capoeira in 1997. Noting the historical connection between yoga and Kung Fu, he began a philosophical investigation, studying text such as the Tao Te Ching and the Bhagavad Gita.
The style of yoga taught by Jonathan might be considered Hatha slow, Vinyasa flow. The classes are rooted in the compassion of Integral Yoga, disciplined by Ashtanga, with the dance of Jivamukti. Jonathan’s goal now is to use yoga to help as many as he can, in his local community and wherever the yoga takes him.
In 2010, Jonathan co-founded a non-profit organization call Project Yoga Richmond (PYR), whose mission is to help spread the joy and benefits of yoga to those with the least access, and to create a stronger, unified yoga community.
Jamie Hendricks: Jamie is an experienced and licensed massage therapist now available for appointments at RNCY. In addition to deep relaxation and creating a profound sense of well-being, the proven benefits of massage include: Relief of muscular tension and pain, improved circulation, strengthened immune system and more.
About Raleigh NC Yoga:
Raleigh NC Yoga is a project of Claudia Conty Chambers and her fellow Yogis and Yoginis. Claudia has been practicing in Raleigh since 2003. She is a Certified ERYT 200 with Yoga Alliance and has Vinyasa Certification. Additionally, Conty Chambers is a Paramedical Aesthetician and a Thai Yoga Therapist.
Raleigh NC Yoga is also marking the new year with a new location at 4904-108 Alpinis, Raleigh opening January 16th, 2012, near the intersection of Millbrook and Atlantic Avenue in North Raleigh. The studio will operate seven days a week, offering classes from early morning until late in the evening. Raleigh NC Yoga was founded in September of 2009.
An open house is scheduled for Raleigh NC Yoga’s new location, Saturday, January 28th at 6:30 PM with hors d’oeuvres to be served, and a raffle to win services from the staff.
Since 2009, your highly trained and dedicated instructors provide you with a detailed and thorough yoga practice. Whether a new student or an experienced practitioner, you will find that your instructors are here to guide and support you, and to give you the encouragement and confidence to step onto your mat and into your practice. Visit Facebook and Twitter to stay in touch. Namaste.