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Tara Judelle

Tara Judelle

For over 30 years, Tara has experimented with all forms of movement flow, from dance to Tai Chi, to movement improvisation and ultimately yoga. Certified in the Anusara method, Tara has taught yoga around the world for 17 years. In 2014 she co-created the school of Embodied Flow™ -an integrative blend of hatha yoga, somatics, meditation, and transpersonal psychology that elicits the experience of meditation in action.

Tara's classes focus on the discovery of embodied anatomy, bringing to the yogic tradition a scientific yet playful study of the movement vocabulary of the body and the ever-expanding perceptual awareness of the human mind.

Tara has been inspired by the Body Mind Centering works of Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen and has studied and taught with Carlos Pomeda and Sally Kempton. In 2010, she moved from her home base in Los Angeles to direct a yoga program and retreat center in Bali, Indonesia, leading to her current schedule teaching workshops, retreats and teacher trainings worldwide.

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Recent classes
Awaken your body to the full potential of the day! This fluid morning class is designed to open you up and get your blood moving. Find your rhythm with vinyasa flows, open your chest in humble warrior and crescent twist, then get funky with wild thing and fallen triangle. Try out side crane for a little lift, then end with seated forward bends to ground your experience and get you ready for your day. Props Suggested: A blanket or bolster.
Create a visual map of your three-dimensional self. This brief meditation will help you visualize the flow of energy in your body, so you can open yourself up to the world around you. Props Suggested: A bolster or a blanket.
Step into the full presence of the unknown, by recalibrating for the capacity of now. This practice will emphasize grounding poses like malasana combined with uttanasana, opening your hips and releasing your back body in forward folds. Keep your energy rooted throughout with skandasana and wide-legged forward bend, then allow nadi shodhana and kapala bati breathwork to guide you into backbends and savasana. You'll set your attention to the present moment while remaining receptive to new stimuli. Props Suggested: A blanket and a block.

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