Yoga is an art and a science. It is the state of union between two opposites. It is balance, relationship and knowing the Self.
Light and dark, inhale and exhale, effort and surrender, individual and universal consciousness. Yoga is the process of uniting opposing forces in the mind, body and breath, in order to realize our spiritual essence of being.
This process is the practice. To constantly impart the knowledge of the self.
(Siva Sutras, 111.28)
Piper / Candra Prabha is a certified Integrative Yoga Therapist (IYT). She has been studying and teaching Yoga and Yoga Therapy since 1994. She specializes in working one-on-one therapeutically, offering an integrative approach to healing and bodywork. Her sessions and classes are an amalgamation of neuromuscular modalities, emphasizing functional alignment, diaphragmatic breathing and a mindfulness-based approach to movement. She leads workshops, teacher trainings and private sessions in gentle restorative and therapeutic yoga, as well as more vigorous and challenging vinyasa Flow classes. Her style is supportive and encouraging, offering progressions and modifications along the way, and inviting an exploration into all aspects of Yoga through the body, breath and mind.
Piper has owned and operated Burlington Yoga in downtown Burlington since 2001. Leading yearly 200 Hour Certified Teacher Trainings since 2009. The Shelburne studio is by appointment only. Please call or email.
Phone: (802) 658-9642
Private instruction is a remarkably effective and efficient paradigm for learning yoga. The idea of a "yoga class" is relatively new. Traditionally Yoga was taught one on one or in small groups and tailored to the specific needs and proficiency of each student.