YOGA PRACTICE

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Personal and individualized sessions with the appropriate privacy to build the PEACE you need.

Has weight lifting left you feeling stiff and inflexible?

Do you need to strengthen or loosen up your back muscles?

Are you feeling strain in your neck and shoulders?

Getting headaches?

Want to learn how to calm your nervous system through breathing?

Would you like to gain more flexibility?

How about improving your balance?

Yoga is the answer!

Come learn yoga the way the ancients believed it should be taught – one on one. Let me help you reduce your stress and anxiety, improve your breathing, increase your strength, balance & flexibility, and learn the alignment and modifications your body needs. Together we can practice:

  • Hatha
  • Vinyasa
  • Yin
  • Power
yoga

  • No Sweat
  • Meditation
  • Pranayama
  • And More!

Just Give It 15 Minutes

Some days you just don’t feel like doing your yoga practice. You’re tired, you’re sick, you’re unmotivated. Whatever the reason, your mat seems like another “have to do thing” on a day when everything takes too much effort. Somehow, that one day turns into a bad couple of days, then a tough week. Suddenly you realize you haven’t practiced in a week. Now it feels like an even bigger effort and you start to think that maybe you’re not really a yogi after all.How can you get over this slump?

Try the 15 minute commitment. Just for today, commit to only 15 minutes. Drag out your mat– and be sure to dust it off! Set a timer if you like and begin with a few minutes of slow breathing. Work your way to table position and stretch your back in cat/cow through 5 breaths. Feel your way into down dog and luxuriate in the stretch of your spine; hold for 3-5 breaths. Follow this up with 5 Sun Salutes, either A or B form. Then kneel down and try a gentle camel pose. From here, sit down and do a simple twist like ardha matsyandrasana, then straighten both legs and fold forward. Take 5 deep breaths in each of the floor poses. Now lie down in savasana until your timer goes off or until you are ready to leave your mat.

The 15 minute rule really helps to take the stress off completing your daily practice; and, most of the time, when you get through that third sun salute, you will feel ready to move into a full practice. But with the 15 minute commitment, you don’t have to and you still get a nice refreshing practice in.

Interested?

If you are interested in learning more about yoga practices, or about my current pricing, please Contact Me!