Adi Amar believes the practice of yoga is the teacher, and she strives to inspire a passion for regular sadhana. She has studied and taught extensively within the broad scope of Hatha Yoga. Her strong Vinyasa (flow) classes focus on mindfulness and structural integration, while integrating the spiritual and philosophical teachings of yoga.

Born in Israel, Adi lived on a Kibbutz until the age of 4 when she relocated to Houston, Texas with her family. When she was 15, she began practicing yoga using it as a healing tool after her mother was involved in a near fatal car accident. Three years later in 1998, Adi had the fortunate experience to practice with Tim Miller and immediately found her teacher. Her formal training began in 2001 at Mount Madonna under Baba Hari Daas whose teaching has been her inspiration. She considers Baba Hari Dass, Tim Miller, Bhavani Maki, Nicki Doane and Eddie Modestini as some of her most influential teachers. Today, Adi is registered with the Yoga Alliance as an E-RYT 200 and RYT 500 teacher. She offers group classes, intensives and teacher trainings at her studio in Jackson, Wyoming.

Adi’s favorite pose is always changing as she constantly changes and evolves. Arm balances are some of her most exciting poses to practice as they build strength, endurance, humility, and intense focus and presence.

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So Hum Meditation

Contact the stream of your breath as you inhale and exhale in this meditation. With the use of the mantra 'So Hum' married to your breath, you connect to your upper chakras.

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Healing Energy Meditation

Explore the healing energy that each chakra, or energy center, in the body offers.

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The Granthis

Explore untying all three Granthis, or psycho-emotional knots, that represent themselves in different parts of our physical body. In this practice, you are invited to reflect on how you are reacting to the sensations that a...

Poses: (17) See all
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Pyramid • Parsvottanasana

Strengthens and stretches legs and feet. Aids in digestion.

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Thunderbolt Pose • Vajrasana

Stimulates digestive organs and improves circulation. Good for concentration and meditation.

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One Legged Galavas Pose • Eka Pada Galavasana

Increases strength and balance.