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Ayurveda Fall Challenge

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It’s Autumn! With the changing of the season comes the return to school (and, for many of us, the return of Autumn allergies). With this in mind, I offer you a 14-day Ayurveda challenge! Ayurveda, the science of life, is Yoga’s “sister science”. Ayurveda focuses on aligning our lifestyle with the natural rhythms of nature. […]

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Upcoming Classes

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Library Yoga has Returned!

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Yoga is back at the library for Summer. Please check out our new times. As always, loaner mats are available for your convenience. We’re expecting to add an evening class in July, so please stay tuned!

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Summer Class Schedule

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My Summer schedule will be changing weekly. Please keep checking back. You may also follow me on Facebook or Instagram  Here’s my schedule for June 4-10 <3  

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Yogic Breath & Nadi Shodhana

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Breathing consciously is a powerful act. Nadi Shodhana, in particular, is extremely helpful in balancing the sympathetic (fight-or-flight) and parasympathetic (rest-and-relax) branches of the nervous system. Calm the mind, balance the nervous system, by simply breathing? Yes! Here’s how:   First things first. We need to learn how to breathe deeply and smoothly with a […]

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Digging Into Downdog Workshop!

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How would it change your practice to feel light and strong in Downward Facing Dog? How would it feel to know you can transition in and out with confidence and strength?  Let’s learn how to make Adho Mukha Svanasana (Downward Facing Dog) and related poses work best for us.   This workshop will include:   Learning how to overcome […]

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Private Yoga Sessions: What to Expect

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Private Yoga sessions are different from group classes.  Private sessions are a true partnership between student and teacher, with each session being patiently cocreated. Prior to our first meeting, I will send you a student intake form to help me plan safe and effective sessions. Are there any injuries I should be aware of? What […]

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Vata Time of the Year

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According to Ayurveda, Yoga’s sister science, Autumn is considered to be the “vata” time of the year. What this means is that life is in transition. The weather is changing. Air tends to be drier and winds begin to pick up. To work in harmony with the season, we turn towards poses and practices that ground, […]

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Please Take My Yoga Survey

As your Yoga teacher, I am here to serve you throughout every stage of your yoga journey. As your needs evolve, I want to offer you the yoga experience that aligns with your needs and schedules. I appreciate you taking a moment to respond to this brief survey. See you on the mat!   Create […]

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