Come discover the awakening and balancing practice of yoga. My teaching combines modern neurological understandings of how we learn with traditional yoga asana, yoga philosophy and Buddhist meditation practices. Often, movement patterns are used in my teaching to help access vitality, develop strength, and awaken new, more functional patterns in the body.
Asana practice is a way of looking inward, to quietly be, to go deep within. It is a way of digesting life as well as shaping the way we move forward. Yoga is simultaneously an inquiry and a creative process. It is a looking at what has become, as well as the process of becoming and renewing. It’s about listening, becoming in tune with an animal awareness rather than our habit filled reactionary behaviors. Yoga is a way to realize one’s connectivity to all things, not just the situations that emerge on the mat.
Life is full of opportunities to learn how to be more content within ourselves. The practice of yoga is honest, challenging, a way to listen to ourselves and feel into the depths within. It is a looking for something inside of us to ease the uneasiness.
Turn yourself inside out. Take your mood back into your own hands. Learn to move more efficiently. Learn to let go of the muscles that fix the body into a set and “locked” configuration and hold us back from moving and feeling. The practice of yoga never starts or ends with the perfect pose. It is about becoming a more brilliant, less afraid, more generous, open, alive, and awake version of you.