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Natural Awakenings Space & Treasure Coast Florida

Teachings of Krishnamacharya Now Available Locally

Sep 30, 2014 01:33PM

Fran Ubertini, Director of Yoga for Well-Being, has relocated to central Florida from New York and is offering workshops, teacher trainings (RYS200, 300 500) and private yoga therapy. Ubertini (ERYT 500) holds diplomas from the Krishnamacharya Healing Foundation in India, The American Viniyoga Institute and Yoga Vedanta science and Arts Center. She represents the teachings of Krishnamacharya and his son TKV Desikachar.

A long-term practitioner for over 30 years, yoga teacher, therapist and teacher trainer, she came upon this tradition after some health concerns. Yoga practices, designed with the needs of each individual in mind, are the hallmark of this work and are based on the person’s stage of life, their physical abilities/limitations, and goals. Goals can be to gain more flexibility, manage stress, reduce a back ache, deal with an illness, or just have fun. Adapting traditional yoga postures, as well as employing different breathing and meditation techniques are fundamental to Krishnamacharya. “This holistic approach has helped many students and practitioners and also serves the yoga teacher community through continuing education on how to individualize group classes, as well as, the healing potential of this ancient tradition,” says Ubertini.

For more information, visit YogaforWellbeing.org or call 845-721-3938.

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