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ISHTA Yoga Downtown
56 East 11th Street
(between University & Broadway)
New York, NY 10003
212-598-4800
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ISHTA Yoga at Halevy Life
212 E 57th Street
(between 2nd and 3rd Ave)
New York, NY 10022
212-598-4800
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ISHTA Yoga: Unbound Potential

ISHTA Yoga, founded and created by Yogiraj Alan Finger, is a community of like-minded people with a heart-centered approach to life and generosity of spirit. Blending the ancient and contemporary sciences of Hatha, Tantra and Ayurveda, ISHTA caters to the individual student’s needs with intelligence and authenticity. Whether you are looking for improved strength and flexibility, clarity of mind, or a deeper spiritual practice, we provide you with the tools needed to bring inspiration into every moment of your being.



ISHTA News

Self-Love = Big Love

Posted on February 4, 2016 by Kristen Rae Stevens

Our emotional selves embody Kapha dosha with feelings of compassion, patience and deep love. In our functional anatomy kapha dosha gives us strength in our muscles, power in our bones and juice in our organs, skin and joint systems. Kapha dosha is the cohesion in our lives that connects us to our bodies, ourselves and to one another. It gives us a sense of familiarity and trust, which allows for smooth living and consistency and when times get tough kapha dosha is there to generate fortitude to withstand difficult circumstances, conditions and challenges. These qualities can be especially beneficial in a 2+ ft snowstorm or an NYC commute!

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What does restorative yoga mean to you?

Posted on January 22, 2016 by Gina Menza and Mona Anand

Gina Menza and Mona Anand will lead a Level 1 Restorative Teacher Training from January 29-31 at ISHTA. Here, they individually reflect on the question, “What does restorative yoga mean to you?”

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The Cosmic Energies of 2016: The Yearly Forecast

Posted on January 6, 2016 by Kristy Cohen & Tracy Atkinson

The New Year begins with a karmic twist, as the nodes of the Moon, known as Rahu and Ketu, enter the rashis (zodiac signs) Leo and Aquarius respectively on January 8th. It’s time to leave behind the domains of Virgo— health, healing and disease and of Pisces— idealism, escapism and foreign affairs.

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