A new sun is rising, come back in the light
By: AJ Crowell, Publisher Dallas Yoga Magazine
“Thousands of candles can be lighted from a single candle, and the life of a single candle will not be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared.” Buddhist Proverb
The new place in town is Sun Yoga Center in Richardson opened by Jim Hunt and Tressa Vazquez. The brightly colored walls and inviting atmosphere made their Grand Opening a huge success!
Sun Yoga Center is a unique boutique style yoga center offering a wide variety and styles of yoga classes. They encourage new yogis and seasoned yogis to join their community of experienced teachers who will focus on assisting you in growing your personal practice spiritually, mentally and physically. The calming energy of the center will allow you to relax, release your stress, refresh and revitalize yourself.
Classes include the “Radiant Sun” or Vinyasa style yoga with rhythmic movement, smooth flow, increased flexibility with a focus on breath. The “Rising Sun” or Hatha style yoga focuses on long holds, slow breath and deep stretches. “Dharma Sun” class is a combination of Hatha and Raja yoga for internal reflection, breath control with calming energy. A prop heavy class, “Setting Sun” includes supported postures, mental relaxation and physical awareness. The “Slow Sun” class is exactly that…slow transitions, conscious movements with a Yoga Nidra conclusion. Their Yin Yoga class is called the “Calm Sun” for increased circulation to joints, slower movements and mental relaxation. A great class to welcome the weekend is the “Happy Sun” or Friday Special. They also have a “Community Sun” class that varies weekly. It may feature live music, kundalini yoga, kirtan and other wonderful surprises!
There is something for every yogi at Sun Yoga Center and they have classes throughout the day. They are offering a FREE week trail on their website. What are your waiting for? Expand your horizons…try something new and meet some new friends.
101 S Coit Rd #327
(southeast corner of Coit and Beltline Rd.)