6:30 pm – 8:30 pm


$45 per session; $150 for the series




  • Narisara Vanichanan
    Narisara Vanichanan
    E-RYT 500, YACEP

    For Narisara teaching yoga is an opportunity to help students find clarity, renewed energy, and spacious stillness. She offers a creative but structured environment where the present moment is honored. Narisara is a teacher trainer specializing in calm, abiding practices, such as mindful movement, restorative yoga, yin yoga, and meditation. She draws inspiration from nature, healthy living, and the unexpected in urban life.
    Narisara, E-RYT 500, YACEP, is completing her training as an Ayurveda Yoga Specialist and is studying Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupressure. She received her yoga teacher training from Om Yoga Center and studied advanced anatomy for three years at The Breathing Project. She has been practicing vipassana (insight) meditation and formal Buddhist Dhamma study with Wat Florida Dhammaran and New York Downtown Meditation Community. She teaches yoga and mindful meditation to artists at Pratt Institute.
    Narisara has taught at residential meditation retreats, corporate law firms, and universities. Her certifications also include The Roll Method® massage therapy balls, Yoga4Cancer, hand mudras, and pranayama.
    Outside the studio, Narisara is a former dancer and has worked in nonprofit consulting and administration. She has a master’s in arts administration from Columbia University and is a graduate of Coro Leadership New York.


Integral Yoga New York


Integral Yoga New York
227 W. 13th Street

Program Description

Sept. 7, 14, 21, 28

Developing an inner wealth in the Brahmaviharas, four Buddhist virtues—lovingkindness, compassion, altruistic joy, and equanimity—requires courage to develop them in all our encounters. Their power comes from cultivating these intentions over time, building focus and resilience. Being grounded in these virtues can support you in residing in limitless love, enhancing your well-being and your capacity for goodwill, and aid in resolving conflict and living harmoniously. Practice developing these forms of love, encouraging them to become guides that are not dependent on ideal circumstances. 

  • Sept. 7: Metta – Lovingkindness or Goodwill 
  • Sept. 14: Karuna – Compassion 
  • Sept. 21: Mudita – Altruistic Joy 
  • Sept. 28: Uppeka – Equanimity 

This workshop will include discussion, Yin Yoga, Restorative Yoga, guided and silent meditation, and pranayama. 

Includes Yoga: All Levels
This is an in-person program. 


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