In order to enter a state of balance, internal strength and peace, we must begin to pay attention to what is. We need to connect to the present moment. Whether the present moment is as we (or others) think it “should” be is not a concern in yoga. Yoga relieves us from that judgement. It requires us to instead express from a clearer version of ourselves; to gain perspective and clarity on what our priorities are. Do not underestimate the power of this consciousness; to guide you.
Sometimes it is a traumatic life event, a physical injury, or stress that brings us to seeking balance. To find our way through, we can practice the eight limb path of yoga and sound training practices, with enthusiasm and patience. Good guidance and a community can help us do this. Peace within is the realization that we are not separate, and what comes from this realization is a state that has the potential to change our bodies, our minds, our relationships, and our world.
It is all a daily practice.
Utilizing exercise science along with the traditional yoga has been a passion of mine for my entire career. Keeping the practice safe and effective is my priority. My intention is to support your full agency and relationship to movement, your body and your mind.
If you are interested in working one on one, please reach out on my CONNECT page. I do have sliding scale fees available and a network of teachers who I can also recommend if scheduling requires it.