Meditative Flow

Chavi Bansal
Tuesdays, 5:45 pm to 6:45 pm
  • $15 at the door
  • $12 if you prepay online
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    Meditative Yoga

    Meditative Flow is the personal practice of Chavi Bansal, who was born and raised in India. In her classes she weaves together traditional yoga practices taught by her gurus in India, along with the traditional Indian martial art of Kalaripayattu. Her classes move slowly, keeping awareness of mind and body as she moves her students through different postures, and end with guided breath work and meditation practices taught to Chavi by her own teachers, Gurus Omanandji, Bhagvaan Siddhhart Kumarji, and Yog Acharya Gurudevji.

    In April 2018, Pamela Newman will be subbing Meditative Flow as a slow flow and restorative practice while Chavi is in India. Pamela’s April classes will combine a slower-paced mindful vinaysa practice that is deeply connected with the breath with a blend of supported physical postures. This combination results in both a physical challenge and a sense of quiet strength and relaxation.

    With both Chavi and Pamela, Meditative Flow is designed for practitioners of all levels, from beginners to advanced practitioners.

    This is a unique practice in the Boston area, and class size is limited! To ensure a spot (and get a pre-payment discount if you like), you can make an online reservation now.

    Our Central Square studio is at 763 Massachusetts Avenue, just a couple blocks from the Central Square T stop as you walk toward City Hall, the Post Office, and Harvard. Our entrance is the big pair of double doors just to the right of the Life Alive restaurant. Buzz 7 on the intercom (to the left of the doors) to ring up for entry. We’re on the second floor.

    We start opening our doors ten minutes before class so that you can get in a little early if you need to change, use the bathrooms, etc. before class. (But please don’t buzz more than 10 minutes early, or you might interrupt the last few minutes of someone else’s class.)

    If it’s your first time at the studio, you should know that we already have mats for you (for free), so there’s no need to bring one of your own. Just show up in comfy clothes, and you’ll be good to go. (A water bottle is also a good idea.)

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