Nikki Vilella stumbled upon Manhattan’s Kula Yoga Project eight years ago and was hooked by the very first hip opener. Initially a teacher at Kula Tribeca, she is now codirector of Kula Williamsburg in Brooklyn. She is attracted to yoga’s ability to combine precise physical movement, intelligence, and intention into one sweaty, uplifting experience. Admittedly a movement junkie, Nikki also firmly believes that in the silence of “not doing,” and without our habitual distractions, we can begin to know what we truly feel and see things more clearly. Nikki seamlessly blends this juxtaposition into her Kula Flow classes.
|August 10–15, 2014||Camp Kula: Five Long Summer Days, Three Senior Kula Teachers, Total Immersion|