Ida Unger is an Iyengar yoga instructor with extensive experience in guiding students to understand and practice the ancient mind-body science of yoga. She holds a Master’s Degree in Education and a B.A. in English, both from UCLA, and has extensive experience teaching yoga at college, high school, adult school, private studios, and in retreat settings. Since the early 90’s, she has been connecting her Jewish “roots’ with her yogic ‘wings”, resulting in the development of a curriculum that honors both traditions, while offering an illumination of their commonalities.
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Celebrate and elevate your physical self to more fully embody your divine nature. Stretch, strengthen and relax as we practice authentic yoga inspired by our ancient holy letters. The Aleph Bet are more than letters. The Hebrew word “ot” also means sign. Sign of what? Come find out.Find out more »
Traditional yoga poses are inspired by many things including warriors. Yogic warriors, however, are strong and engage in peace, not war or fighting. We will grow into our warrior poses for strength and then rest deeply symbolizing peace. Our rest will be accompanied by the beautiful sounds of Canter Ruth Berman Harris (vocals) Steve Moos (mandolin and vocals) and Donnie Kirpatrick (guitar) offering us inspiration via songs of peace in Hebrew and English.Find out more »