Holistic Yoga Practice
During my Vinyasa and Hatha Teacher Trainings, I learned that the practice of yoga extends well off the mat and I now follow and practice the Ashtanga Yoga or Eight-Fold Path and bring these learnings into the classes I teach. Yoga means union or yoke and practicing the Eight-fold path help unite the body, mind and spirit-thus bringing about a balanced and meaningful life.
I love to teach older active adults and beginners. I also enjoy teaching Chair, Restorative, Yin, Aerial, Grief/Trauma/Loss, and Gentle mat classes. I’m certified in Restorative Aerial Yoga and love to combine it with my Sound Immersion. Being cocooned in a hammock in a resting state while hearing the frequencies and vibrations of the musical instruments I play is just divine!
Yoga Class – $15 a class or Yoga Class Pass – $55 for 4 Sessions
My approach is to include physical postures, breath awareness and control, meditation, and playing my sound healing instruments.
WHERE HEALING DWELLS
Discover A Renewed Sense
Of Peace and Well-being
Through Yogamour Healing and Arts Center, I teach Chair Yoga combined with Sound Bath to residents in Assisted Living and Memory Care facilities as part of their community outreach program. It brings me a sense of purpose and humility teaching men and women who are having to deal with debilitating medical conditions.
While I teach at several yoga studios in the Maryland area and in my home yoga studio. I’d also love to work individually with you to help develop a practice to support any challenges in your health and life, exploring variations for your body’s specific needs. I can answer questions about the Ashtanga or 8-Fold Path, help you create a home practice, give you strategies for stress and anxiety, and be present for you. My approach is to include physical postures, breath awareness and control, meditation, and playing my sound healing instruments.
My training includes almost 1,000 hours of yoga training. My certifications include trauma-informed yoga, yoga and grief and loss, yoga and substance use disorder, and meditation and breath control techniques. Yoga was my lifesaver after a traumatic brain injury in 2000 and helped me on a long path of recovery from that and other traumas and losses helping to release the pain and emotional rollercoaster in moving forward from my wells of grief.