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Here it is ... the inaugural episode of J. Brown Yoga Talks Podcast. Please enjoy. Just getting started. Upcoming guests include: Elena Brower, Amy Matthews, Richard Karpel, and more. Stay tuned...
J. talks with his producer, friend, and long-time student, Josh Sitron. Perhaps better known as the composer for Dora the Explorer, Josh, a self-described 'manic NY Jew', talks about how he came to do yoga back in 1993, how he found his way to J's yoga class and their reacquaintance years later which led to producing J's yoga video and now podcast. Josh openly shares his struggles with depression, anger, the recent stress from his wif...
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"It didn't matter, I didn't bother to find out. It is enough that I just am."
Couldn't ask for a better result.
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“Yoga practice that covets what has yet to be attained will always overshadow the beauty of what is already in place” #slowyoga #slowyogarevolution

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"Exactly what I needed last night after a rough day. Smiled all practice, and cried in savasana."

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More and more, people are realizing.... Slower is Stronger.
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While both men and women need to play a role in restoring mutuality, it behooves men to bear the greater burden.

http://www.jbrownyoga.com/blog/2015/3/brogis-need-to-recognize
  Given the patriarchal history of yoga and society, the predominance of women in yoga classes and the marketing efforts to entice men is not only profoundly ironic but indicative of changing gender dynamics. As universal concepts continue to be teased out of the dogmas, we are challenged to let go of deeply ingrained modes of communicating. While both men and women need to play a role in restoring mutuality, it behooves men to bear ...
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AYC Newsletter - August 2015:

- Yoga Extremism
- J. Brown Yoga Talks Podcast
- Yoga for Labor and Delivery with Adele Loux-Turner
- Restorative Yoga with Narisara Vanichanan
- AYC Yoga Teacher Training - starts Nov. 7
Yoga Extremism. August 4, 2015. Polarization seems rampant across all sectors of modern life. Debates on money, politics, religion, and even yoga, readily devolve into diametrically opposed camps. Moderate voices are lost in the din of intolerance and most folks understandably turn away from the ...
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AYC Newsletter - July 2015:

- Pros and Cons of Yoga Teacher Training
- Yoga for Labor & Delivery - Sept. 5
- AYC Yoga Teacher Training - Starts Nov. 7

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Pros and Cons of Yoga Teacher Training. July 7, 2015. Yoga teachers don't really make a living off teaching yoga classes anymore. Many rely upon conducting yoga teacher training. But contrary to popular belief, this trend may have less to do with the business or marketing inclinations of yoga ...
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AYC Newsletter - May 2015:

- Yoga is Not Stretching
- Aromatherapy 101 - May 23
- Yoga for Labor & Delivery - Sept. 5

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Yoga is Not Stretching. May 5, 2015. The ubiquitous trope that “yoga is stretching” is based on a fundamental misunderstanding of both yoga and human anatomy. Now that scientific research is largely debunking ingrained notions of what it means to “stretch,” the language that yoga teachers and ...
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AYC Newsletter - April 2015:

- Slow Yoga Revolution
- Restorative Yoga & Aromatherapy - April 11
- AYC Yoga Teacher Training - Spring 2015 - starts May. 2
- Aromatherapy 101 - May 23

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Slow Yoga Revolution. April 7, 2015. On the outskirts of the last decade, a small and humble minority has been pushing back against the pumped up power craze that swept through the nineties, and still largely has a hold on modern postural yoga. Now that the longstanding kingdoms that once ...
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Another round of the AYC Yoga Teacher Training Program starts on May 2. If you are interested, talk to J when he gets back from Japan on April 6. Cheers.
http://www.abhyasayogacenter.com/yoga-teacher-training
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“J, you have no idea! I keep singing praises all over the place. “Helpful” is an understatement smile emoticon I’ve never had anything give me the relief that this DVD does. And that’s a really big deal b/c I have chronic and severe back pain (but not so severe anymore!) Love love love this practice.”
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628 Metropolitan Ave Brooklyn, NY 11211
628 Metropolitan AvenueUSNew York11211
(718) 782-8272abhyasayogacenter.com
Yoga StudioToday 8:00 am – 5:30 pm
Monday 7:00 am – 9:30 pmTuesday 7:00 am – 9:30 pmWednesday 7:00 am – 9:30 pmThursday 7:00 am – 9:30 pmFriday 7:00 am – 8:00 pmSaturday 8:00 am – 5:30 pmSunday 8:00 am – 7:30 pm
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Abhyasa Yoga center offers therapeutic yoga classes and yoga teacher training in Brooklyn, NY.  AYC apecializes in a breath-centered approach that adapts to individual needs, including chronic or acute conditions
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"A Studio which offers therapuetic yoga classes."
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Dennis Antrobus
2 years ago
A Studio which offers therapuetic yoga classes. Unlike some yoga classes the teachers emphasize adjusting the pses to your ability. The classes strongly emphasize the coordination of breath with movement which facilitates an energizing and relaxing experience. The teachers are knowledgeable, friendly and welcoming
A Google User
5 years ago
I have been practicing with J. for years and it has been a wonderful experience and I keep bringing more people with whom I want to share it. It's nurturing environment and strong foundations make it a great place for beginners and life-style yogis.
A Google User
5 years ago
I just came from my second class at Abhyasa Yoga Center. I cannot tell you how lucky I feel to have such a facility in my neighbourhood; the studio space itself is perfect in it's simplicity, the teachers are knowledgeable, kind and patient. I highly recommend Abhyasa.
A Google User
5 years ago
I am now in my 25th week, started classes when I was just 9 weeks along. Cannot express enough how these classes helped me! Both physically and mentally. Abhyasa Yoga Center offers prenatal yoga classes 3 times a week, all teachers are amazing. The classes are small and intimate and you have all the personal attention you need. I really do recommend this place, it will be your special treat of the day.
A Google User
6 years ago
Visiting family and wanting to take a class I wandered by to find an open class starting soon. Very inviting. Wonderful space. Highly recommended and thoughtful teacher. Turned out to be owner. Recommended some studios in my area. Have been back twice on subsequent visits. The place to go in N. Williamsburg.