Back in Harmony - Healing for Body and Spirit

Gentle, mindful yoga calls us home into our own bodies and feelings.  It wakes up corners of our being that we put aside at other times and clears out tension held in our musculature.  It builds confidence, stamina, and equanimity.  It energizes and renews our limbs and spirits.
If you would like approachable guided movement to work out tightness and stiffness in your shoulders, back, hips, or legs, my classes are meant for you.  We use chairs and other props to give you options when it comes to challenges like deeper stretches, balancing poses, or getting onto and off the floor.

My goal is your enhanced mobility, strength, balance, and awareness--so you feel better, inside and out! 

I offer a weekly class Fridays 1:30-2:30 at  the S P A C E studio, downstairs at 6333 Odana Road, Madison (there is an elevator).  Cost is $12/class.  
No class April 12.

Spring and summer 2019 will bring expanded yoga offerings, possibly including a class through Yoga Accessible for All, a new nonprofit founded by my teachers Iris Mickey and Paul Mross.

Background:  I began practicing yoga around 2009 and found it essential for restoring muscle balance and reducing pain.  I realized yoga can help people regain fuller use of their bodies than massage alone.  In 2015-16, I went through teacher training with certified yoga therapist Iris Mickey

Since then, I’ve taken Therapeutic Wisdom of Yoga workshops with Doug Keller (co-developer of Anusara yoga) and Sensory Awareness Training for Yoga Attunement (SATYA) with Tias Little of Prajna Yoga, as well as shorter local trainings about fascia, alignment, and teaching yoga to seniors.  I continue to seek out workshops and intensives on restoring functional alignment and movement.  I’m also a student of yoga’s inner effects, the steadiness and presence it cultivates.

I look forward to sharing exploration and healing movement with you.
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