My love for yoga stems from how it makes me feel, not just in the studio, but as I go along with my daily activities. Traditionally the asanas, or physical postures, and pranayama, or breath work, help to create a pattern of focus and discipline. Simply translated, the work done on your mat strengthens the body and allows the mind to become less affected by the constantly moving waves of the world. When prana, our life-force, becomes stuck or flows improperly, our bodies and minds are more affected by these waves, and we can fall into various states of "dis-ease." Chronic anxiety, anger, and depression are perfect examples of what can result from altered states of prana flow. Proper alignment and practiced use of the breath allow for prana to flow more naturally. With this philosophy in mind, I aim to let yogis feel the alignment in postures, the flow of prana that follows, and the resetting of the nervous system that results.
Now scheduling private yoga sessions by appointment.