I currently offer a variety of yoga lessons to provide you with a well-rounded practice.
My intention is to support you on your yoga journey, whether that is doing one physical practice a week, or meditating every day. May you find balance and joy in all that you do!
Slow Flow for the Spine
Your spine is a marvelous structure that keeps you upright, allows you to twist and turn, and protects all of the nerves that connect your brain to your body. For those of us who sit all day, maintaining spinal health can be a challenge. In this lesson, we focus on core strength and mobility throughout your lower, middle, and upper back. You can also expect hip openers, as tightness in the hips often contributes to lower back pain.
Turn inwards with a slow yin lesson. Poses are held between 1:30 to 5 minutes and are either seated, kneeling, or laying down. Please note that I do teach yin with some muscular engagement and with props to encourage joint safety while deeply stretching the fascia. We end our session with a long Shavasana and healing Nidra guidance.
Strengthen & Lengthen
Are you looking for a challenge? Strengthen your muscles with longer holds, protect your joints with safe alignment, and find sweet release in stretches. Each week, we highlight a different area of the body, cycling through the legs, hips, core, heart, and arms. Look forward to a thorough exploration of the structures in your own body!
An 8-week course suitable for newcomers to yoga, or those who’d like a structured understanding of the first 4 limbs of yoga. Learn about the principles of yoga, how to practice the poses safely and uniquely to your body, and basic breathing techniques.
Course offered by request.
Experience profound rest and relaxation with this guided awareness practice. Reduce stress and fatigue, increase energy and inner bliss! Please note that we lay in a supine position for 30 minutes. Instructions on how to stay comfortable are given at the start of class.
Suitable for anyone who is in need of deep rest 😌
Originating in Buddhist meditation tradition, anapanasati is an awareness practice centered on the breath. The breath is something we can always fall back to. Discover the subtleness of your inhale and exhale.
Join me for a session of loving-kindness meditation (mettā bhāvanā). This meditation technique has its origins in Buddhist practices. Mettā is a wonderful way to strengthen your connection with others in a healthy, positive way.
Ready to take the first step? Both individual and group lessons are available 😊 Click on the button below to be redirected to my scheduling page. Questions? Contact me using this form.