What is the "blissipline" of Inner Power Yoga®? 
R.R. Shakti shares from her heart the experience and intention of the practice.
I am honored and excited to offer Ayurvedic consultation, massage and marma point therapy for the vata season.  
These 90 minute sessions include an Ayurvedic assessment with pulse reading, therapeutic massage, marma point therapy and essential oils for aromatherapy. I also include a customized plan for yoga therapy and diet to keep you balanced through the vata seasons of autumn and early winter.  

Book an appointment today! 
Read on to know more about marma therapy and learn specific points and essences you can use at home... 

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Are you experiencing any of the following this month?:
  • Frenzy
  • Anxiety
  • Restlessness
  • Insomnia
  • Fatigue 
  • Dry Skin
  • Constipation
  • Dehydration
  • Discontent
  • Stress
If so, it may be a symptom of imbalanced vata (or wind/space) energy effecting your body and mind. 
The following vata balancing tips address each of these challenges, one by one, to help restore your juicy vitality and luscious beauty while providing calming, peaceful opportunities to harness your natural creativity...

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Whether your desire is to become a yoga teacher, to deepen your practice, to grow as an individual, or all of these,  you’ll find Inner Power Yoga® Teacher Training one of the pivotal influences in your life.  
It has been in our own lives, and we hear it again and again from practitioners!


Like art, music and dance, mudras are a means for channeling energy into creative expression, and a powerful method towards physical and psycho-spiritual healing. Somatic science is catching up to the intuitive and experiential wisdom of therapeutic movement.

Intentional movement can reprogram habitual patterns in the autonomic nervous system which may help to relieve illness from stress and emotional disturbance  (which are the root cause of many physiological and 
psychological challenges)... 

The following mudras are cooling and calming. 
They may be applied to balance Pitta dosha, which is responsible for the fire and heat in your body and mind. 

The following mudras are grounding and centering and may be applied to balance vata dosha which, when deranged, may cause windy, dry, spacey and anxious energy in the body and mind. 

The following mudras are energizing and activating. They may be applied to balance Kapha dosha, which when deranged, may make you feel lethargic, depressed, or heavy.