Dynamic flow that links postures together at a sustained pace. Agility and even-handed development of the entire body. Flexbility of the spine, increase lung capacity. Oxygenation and detoxification of the blood. Weight loss possible with regular practice.
Pamela Weber, one of NATA's co-founders, has been practicing yoga since 2001.
She did her first two-year vinyasa yoga teacher training with Gérard Arnaud in Paris from 2001-2003, followed by a second program in the United States with Tom Gillette of Eyes of the World Yoga in Providence, RI from 2008-2009.
She gives classes in Hatha Flow, Hatha, Gentle yoga and Meditation.
She tends to give a teaching at the beginning of each class drawn from the rich history, philosophy and culture of yoga. She then works with the breath to establish a strong connection to this vital life force before moving into posture work.
Her eight years as a university professor gave her a vast grounding in pedagogy more generally, which she brings to her yoga teaching in Paris.
In 2021, Pamela went back to school to begin a second Master's degree in Asian Studies at the École de hautes études en sciences sociales. She is preparing a thesis on the lineage of a twentieth-century yoga guru from Gujarat, Swami Kripalu.