Calasanz Pau Fa Yoga™

Calasanz Pau Fa Yoga™ is a physical fitness program combining martial arts applications, known as bunkai, with the style, grace, and fluidity of yogic stretching techniques and the serenity of meditation.

Calasanz Pau Fa Yoga™ program consists of “no contact” routines where you learn how to maneuver in a defensive manner. The added benefit of Calasanz Pau Fa Yoga™ is that you learn self-defense as you gain a deeper appreciation of the applications or bunkai. You will be constantly challenged with new, and exciting movements selected from the katas of karate, kung fu, wing chun and Chinese boxing, as well as the Calasanz System™.

Calasanz Pau Fa Yoga™ also cultivates the principles of yogic meditation and concentration by encouraging participants to empty their minds and confront their imaginary opponents with slow, deliberate, and invigorating movements. The word Yoga is derived from the Sanskrit root word yuj that means union, or balance. With this concept in mind, Calasanz main objective in creating Calasanz Pau Fa Yoga™ was to unite the principles of martial arts and yoga to create a dynamic physical fitness program that has long been a favorite of his private and group fitness clientele. The end result of Calasanz Pau Fa Yoga™ is balance…a physical workout, a mental release, and an understanding and working knowledge of the practical application of martial arts techniques.

Start your training in Calasanz Pau Fa Yoga™ by calling Calasanz at 203-847-6528, visiting his dojo at 507 Westport Avenue in Norwalk, or checking out the website at http://www.calasanz.com/.

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