I believe in the healing powers of movement. I want to share this with my students as we grow together, as they become my teachers. Yoga helps me to find my breath and the space in between the moments. An authentic practice is central to my sanity and helps me to fully experience the people and things around me. Join me on your mat!
Desc: Starting with the feet, this class is designed to mobilize the whole lower body- and will end with some hip opening. Great for people who like to run, or anyone who needs to bring some healing to their feet and lower body!
This class is for any human being! We all carry stress/tension in the shoulders and neck. The sequence will put the power in your hands to release some of that through light mobility work and active stretching.
Most vinyasa yoga classes contain a multitude of chaturangas which are great for building functions strength and mobility- when done correctly. Here is a demo of how to do them properly, as well as several variations you can do in the case of injury or just being tired.
The method of meditation you choose is far less relevant than your consistency. Give yourself the gift of awareness and contentment in the moment by taking time daily to do nothing other than sit and focus on the breath.
This challenging sequence works to strengthen the whole front side of your body. From the chest down to the abs, hip flexors, quads and shins we will bring awareness and strength. Also don’t be afraid to pause and rest as needed!
This quick sequence is perfect for post workout or recovery day or after being seated for an extended period of time. The moves are adjustable so that you can feel a challenge, but not overdo it. Let’s get into those hips!
We consume food, water, vitamins and medicines, but no resource is as vital as the air we breath constantly. This quick technique is a way to use this air to clear your head and enliven your flow of energy.
Our hips become tight for all sorts of reasons, and this can lead to all types of problems. This yin yoga class will help you open them in a slow and gentle way. Let’s practice proper hip maintenance y’all, and love our hips!
This short flow is great for recovery, or a warm up, or anytime you’re feeling tight. It takes a consistent effort, rather than all out intensity, to maintain your body, and one crucial element for healthy movement patterns is mobile hips. Let’s move!
Take a short break for yourself to nourish your connective tissue. We will spend time on the full body to let it rest and reset. They say yin is the sister science to massage, so this practice might just be the next best thing to having your own massage therapist.
We spend so much of our lives chasing a goal, working tirelessly towards our definition of success. But what happens when you step back for a moment and embrace the stillness of the moment? Let’s take a few quiet minutes together to just be. Present. In the moment.
this hour long practice is all about slowing down so that your body can heal itself. We tend to store tension and pain in different parts of the body. Through slow breath and awareness of body we can begin to unlock these parts and allow you to reach your potential.
this short flow will focus on spinal twists and one legged balance. Twisting does wonders for metabolism and detox. The postures are strong so modify as necessary and as always, focus mainly on the breath!
This flow will focus on building your single leg strength and stability while we also open up those hips. Use the breath to help build strength and awareness during a tough posture or tough moment in life.
This flow keeps it pretty basic, giving you the opportunity to hold postures for several breaths and really feel yourself in them. As always, you have the option to modify your postures to suit your needs. Breathe y'all ❤️