Halfway between classical Hatha and contemporary Vinyasa, a Hatha Flow class draws from the pool of traditional yoga postures and introduces fluid movement linked to the breath. Uniting care and intensity, Hatha Flow classes tend to have a longer warm-up. You will strengthen the body carefully and deeply, avoiding speed in order to go deeper into the heart of the movements.
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.