John Seelye is a senior yoga instructor with over 25 years of teaching experience who is well versed in the all levels of yoga practice, the healing arts of yoga therapeutics and support of the subtle energy bio fields through the use of Pranic Healing and Reiki.
John is a certified Anusara® Yoga instructor, a graduate of the Urban Zen Integrative Therapy program, Pranic Healing Level III, Reiki Level II and Yoga Therapy programs. His meditation practice dates back more than 25 years. A lifelong interest in human potential continues to fuel his journey.
He has been teaching private sessions, group classes, and leading retreats and teacher trainings in New York City and the Hamptons for over 25 years. He founded One Ocean Yoga 11 years ago, that today operates every summer in a tent-studio and indoors every winter on the grounds of Channing Daughters Winery. John teaches private sessions by appointment in the Hamptons and NYC and offers workshops in various studios in the northeastern US.
In addition to teaching yoga, John is on the Review Committee for Certification in the School of Anusara® Yoga and is expecting certification as a Master Trainer for future Urban Zen Integrative Therapists in the near future. He also sponsors and produces yoga related events throughout the year, including concerts with Krishna Das, Wah, The Hanumen, David Hykes and benefits for Urban Zen and Bent on Learning.
To contact John, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Anusara Yoga: www.Anusarayoga.com
Urban Zen Integrative Therapy: www.urbanzen.org/about/wellbeing/
Pranic Healing: www.PranicHealingUSA.
John Seelye instructs the following:
Level 1 - 2
Building from a familiarity with all Level 1, the basic asana and principles, including inverted positions and backbends. More challenging asana are added and a deeper level of understanding of the practice is conveyed.
For intermediate students. Basic knowledge of asana and alignment expected. Assumes unassisted Adho Mukha Vrkshasana (Handstand) at the wall and Urdva Danurasana (Wheel or Upward Facing Bow) with straight arms.
Challenging Vinyasa or flowing series of poses, experience suggested. It is recommended but not required that you attend Basic or Level 1-2 classes before attending Open classes.
Level 2 - 3
Intermediate to advanced practice, The most challenging level, recommended for people who are ready to explore advanced variations of arm balances, inversions, jumpbacks, backbends and lotus. At this level the student will be familiar with principles of alignment and a wide range of asana. Assumes the student has ability to do Adho Mukha Vrksana (Hand Stand) at the wall and Urdhva Danurasana (Upward facing Bow/Wheel) with straight arms.