In a seaside village on the Mexican Caribbean Yoga en Akumal offers a variety of hatha yoga practices daily investigating
bhakti, jnana, raj and karma yoga pathways.
This interdisciplinary approach offers a breadth of experiences for visitors and a local community of practitioners. The schedule may include Hatha, Vinyasa, Hatha Flow, Biomechanics of Asana, Asana & Pranayama, Self-Awakening Yoga, Kundalini, and Sivananda classes. On a weekly basis we gather to chant mantras. Workshops and Spring Retreats are in the works.
Michael J. Stewart's home studio is Yoga en Akumal, Mexico and he is available to teach at retreats, studios and festivals
worldwide. Tantra and Hatha yoga are deeply connected to each other by their roots. Ha-Tha are powerful practices that allows us to bring together two opposite energies into a symbiotic relationship for clarity and transformation. The word Tantra comes from Sanskrit, its root tan means to expand, and the word tantra means to weave, or loom together. There are several important aspects to a Tantric practice. These include Deva, Mantra, Mudra, Prana, and Nyasa. As we are connecting all the elements of a Tantric Hatha practice, we’ll also include a dynamic alignment based Asana sequence that will allow us to flow from one practice to the next.