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Felicia Marie Tomasko RN, E-RYT 500, inspires people to follow the path to personal freedom and vibrant health through the practice of Yoga and Ayurveda. She teaches a heartfelt exploration of shakti, sacred energy, through asana, pranayama, concentration and relaxation and maintains a private practice in the healing tradition of Ayurveda, a system of holistic and integrative medicine native to India. Ayurveda shares the same philosophy and ways of approaching the body, mind and spirit as Yoga and emphasizes our relationship to our body, breath, spirit and to nature within and around us. The dual systems of Yoga and Ayurveda, while seemingly ancient and esoteric, hold vital lessons for us to learn how to live with intent and address the needs of living in the modern world. Felicia believes in humorously making these concepts relevant to modern, everyday life.
Felicia integrates more than twenty years of study of the ancient approaches of Yoga and Ayurveda with her training and licensure as a registered nurse. She is the editor in chief of LA YOGA Ayurveda and Health magazine (where she has been on staff for more than seven years) and serves on the board of directors of the California Association of Ayurvedic Medicine and the National Ayurvedic Medical Association, on the advisory board of the Holistic Option and the Leadership Council of the Green Yoga Association. She is a featured voice on Intent.com and writes regularly on health and well-being for a number of books, newspapers, magazines and websites. In addition to Yoga and Ayurveda, Felicia has worked in cognitive neuropsychology and plant biochemistry research and has degrees in nursing and environmental biology.
Reset your Neck - Are you starting to look like you could audition to be Frankenstein or his bride? Are you feeling some neck tension that just won't ease u...more
Yin for the Immune System - This deep work with a yin practice is designed to support the functioning of the immune system and awaken the inner intelligen...more
Open Your Spine & Reinvigorate - This Extreme Yin practice uses a blanket for support beneath the body. If you only have time for something short? Look n...more
On Your Feet All Day? - Do you stand on your feet all day? Nurses, teachers, doctors, firefighters, restaurant workers, vetrenarians, flight attendants, r...more
Shoulder Saver - This short but sweet yin practice offers a supine set of shoulder openers. This practice uses a blanket for support beneath the shoulders a...more
Reboot & Restore Worn-Out Hands, Wrists & Shoulders - Sometimes in our practice we pay more attention to our hamstrings than our hands and our hands...more
Calm Your Fussy Vata Dosha - Reach for a blanket and be prepared for some slow, repetitive Hatha flow sequences in this 30 minute meditative practice wit...more
Get Grounded - This restorative class uses a block to encourage stabilization in the low back. All too often in life we may feel unsupported, spacey, floati...more
Post-Travel Grounding - According to Ayurveda, the process of traveling increases, and often even disturbs, the cold, airy, dry energy of the vata dosha. ...more
Yin/Yang to Go Boldly Forward - This Ying/Yang class features a combination of styles that meld well together and complement each other allowing the body...more
Loosen the Low Back - The low back is the center of our body, the place from which we feel support. This slow, sweet practice helps us to feel our sense of...more
Wring Out Torso Tension - The lymphatic system is a vital part of the body's immune system. It is comprised of a series of vessels and channels through th...more
Extreme Yin - This extreme yin installment focuses on forward folds, hips, and twists for the ultimate in spinal release. In a yin practice, we stop and wai...more
Counteract the Compression of Traveling - Whether our travels take us across the planet or across the room, travel increases the energy of movement, th...more
Increase Focus & Concentration - Increase focus and concentration by cultivating the sattva guna, the attitude of clarity and equanimity. Through cultiva...more
Head to Toe: Feet, Calves & Lower Legs - In the final practice of our full-body series, we spend some time expressing gratitude and articulating the va...more
Head to Toe: Quads, Hamstrings & Hip Flexors - Part Six: The full-body series moves to the junction of the hips and the legs to bring our attention to...more