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Yoga is the foundation for

Mindful Living.

Yoga is an ancient philosophy that is very relevant even today.

Stress and the busy lifestyle affects on a mental and physical level, and can cause a grave disconnect between the body and the mind.


Yoga is a practice for the mind and body to become aware through integration of breath and movement.

It has been known to reduce stress, promote relaxation, create more flexibility, energy, improve quality of life and breath, strength and tone muscles and joints, and reduce reactionary responses by creating a sense of calm. 


There are numerous different forms of Yoga practiced today, and some resonate better with individuals than others. 


I lead a practice of the following styles of Yoga:


The Yoga of balance - in our mind and our body.  After beginning practice with pranayama (breathing and centering), we explore yoga postures in great detail, creating a gentle, soothing flow from one pose to another, ending practice with a deep meditation practice.

Hatha classes are designed to mentally relax, physically stretch, and emotionally unwind from the stress. 


Restorative Yoga is simple - Restorative. This form of Yoga is as much about the mind as it is about the body. By using props to get into a pose with optimum comfort and least physical effort, the focus is on the breath - increasing mindfulness  with release of tension.

Relaxing, slow paced yoga stimulates the parasympathetic nervous system, and beneficial for those suffering from anxiety, insomnia and stress related conditions. 


Whether in the office or in a assisted living facility, a chair is a great Yoga prop that can be used by most individuals to achieve a practice of Yoga.

This form of Yoga is perfect for those wanting to stretch their muscles and take a mental break from work to release tension and create relaxation. 

Modified class for seniors to target various muscle groups to relax the body followed by meditation to relax the mind.

Contact me for a complimentary 60 minute class of choice and discuss package pricing.