Yogini Alice offers individualized classes to fit the needs/frequencies of the student(s). With a deeper understanding of yoga and is effects on mental, physical and spiritual health, Yogini Alice offers a well of wisdom to incorporate into the yoga sequences.
My thirst to understand the body-mind-spirit connection brought me to a YTT200 training at Spirit of Yoga - Southwest Institute of Healing Arts. It seems to be my calling in life to share this knowledge with others as a service to humanity. Serving others is truly what brings me joy, so I put my 100% into serving those in need - whether it be loosening up the lower back or hips, getting a deeper understanding of a healthy diet for a successful lifestyle, or a friend to help release traumas/stresses.
Currently I teach yoga classes at the ASU Tempe campus and for the NGO which I volunteer with. Recently, I led the yoga for the International Day of Yoga celebrations in Tempe and Sierra Vista, of which Tempe City Council member Lauren Kuby was a participant of.
Alicia is a bundle of joy. She brings out the best in people effortlessly. I had a wonderful experience meditating with her. I was able to go deep in my meditation and appreciate the little things in life better. Thank you Alicia. You are a blessing to the world!
New students are asked to provide a preliminary response, with general questions about physical and mental health, areas the student would like to improve in and history with yoga. New students are given package and schedule options and details. as well as general guidelines for a personal yoga practice.
Currently I am a graduate of Spirit of Yoga's 200 hour Yoga Tesvher attaining. This training was not specialized in a particular flow or area, allowing me to further personalize unique sequences for individual students. Furthermore, I am a certified 200 hour Meditation Leader by the training of the worlds largest non-profit NGO, the Art of Living Foundation.
Upon the first yoga class that I ever took, immediately I had a deep urge to do yoga for a prolonged period of time; I wanted to go away for a weekend and do yoga for 5 hours straight each day. This was a 2 credit class Inhad taken to keep up my scholarship during my undergrad, so as the class came to an end, I could not get yoga off of my mind. During the next semester that longing had stuck with me, and I began looking for a studio to go to. I found one that offered the first class complimentary and decided to go. Once again, I was instantly in love. As the semester continued I was looking for something more, to give me that heart-felt joy that yoga was able to give, I was unsure that my bachelor's program would bring me such a feeling. And so, after seeing a catalog from SWIHA on campus, I found that low and behold, the studio I had gone to also offered Yoga Teacher Training. I signed up for the next program and the rest is history.
The intuition is always right; otherwise, it wouldn't be your intuition! When beginning a new yoga practice, it is important to have the right connection with whomever you are practicing with. Connections come in a myriad of ways. Sometimes, you can see it coming from a mile away. Other times, it may be the last person you expected. Happy journeying!
A few questions to go over are:
What do I hope to gain from this/these yoga class/es?
Which areas of my being are more sensitive?
Are there any situations from the past which I need to heal from?
What would I like to let go of in moving forward in life?