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We offer the community an intimate and supportive environment for everyone to explore the benefits of Yoga. Through Yoga, we educate and encourage improved health along with physical and mental awareness.
In Sankrit ‘namas’ means; ‘bow, obeisance, reverential salutation’. It comes from the root ‘nam’, which carries meaning of bending, bowing, and becoming silent. ‘Te’ means ‘to you’. Thus “namaste” means ‘I bow to you’.
We are delighted that you are here and look forward to the journey we are about to take together. When you step into our classroom; take a deep breath, relax, and let go. The classes are based on your physical.
Workshop for people who have a sore neck, tight shoulders, back pain, stiffness, tight hip flexors no core or thigh strength, knee problems or balance problems. Use the yoga ball to get your body ready for more yoga practice!
The instructors at Han Yoga are all certified to help guide you through the physical, mental, and spiritual disciplines that aim to transform body and mind. Our professional bios reflect a variety of influences, enriching the offerings we have at Han Yoga.View More
Jonathan Han began martial arts training at the age of eight. Not long after that he started practicing.
Jennifer Tsai is a certified HAN Yoga Instructor. She has practiced with Jonathan Han, for over five years.
Bindu was born and raised in India, where many in her family practiced yoga and Ayurevdic medicine.
Interested in teaching? We want you! We are recruiting Han Yoga practioners who want to become a Yoga Instructor. Please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 408-245-YOGA (9642) for more information.Contact Us
Briant Sarris is a certified level one HAN Yoga instructor. Briant took her first yoga class in 2005.
Jennifer Ho stumbled upon Han Yoga in 2008 and it changed her life for good. Prior to that she had been practicing.
Yawen was first introduced to Yoga in Taiwan about 10 years ago. Since then, Yawen has realized that yoga.