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AgniLoveYoga Studio Open House

On September 15, AgniLoveYoga will host a full-day open house at its Southbury location beginning at 9:30am. The studio opened in April with the mission to make yoga available to everyone; it operates on donations only. There are no suggested donations, you pay what you can afford to contribute to the health of the studio and its teachers. 

Agni Chapska, the founder of the studio, has studied yoga since 2000, and began teaching yoga in 2010 in the lineage of Hatha Tantra Yoga. She taught in many local studios, and has held Ayurveda workshops throughout the state for the past 5 years. She holds a 500-hour Yoga Teacher Certification, Ayurveda Specialist Degree and has taught over 1,000 hours of yoga. She found her spiritual home at the Himalayan Institute in the mountains of Pennsylvania and continues her studies there with her beloved teachers, guides and mentors.  

   The schedule for the open house includes: Tantra Yoga Practice with Agni Chapska; Sound Healing with Khem Reyall; Yin Yoga with Kelly Murphy; Taste of Yoga—a gentle practice for beginners with Chapska; Yoga Nidra—a yogic sleep for deeper relaxation, followed by Acoustic Savasana with Joe Martin; Tibetan Sound Bath for deeper healing and inner-connection with Jennifer Aurelia; and concludes with Intro to Tantric Meditation with Chapska. 

  Agni Love Chai and local organic snacks will be served all day in the healing room.

  Chapska will also hold an Introduction to Ayurveda workshop at the studio on September 16 from 2 to 5pm.

  The studio is open from Monday to Saturday. Beginning in November, guided meditations will be offered on Sundays.

For more information, call Agni Chapska at 203-895-9369, email [email protected] or visit AgniLoveYoga.com. Facebook @AgniLoveYOGA. Location: 1481 Southford Rd, Unit 4, Southbury.

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