Hatha Yoga ~ Learn a fun and healthy practice that increases strength & flexibility, reduces stress and calms the mind.
Meditation ~ A scientifically proven practice to reduce stress, calm the nervous system and quiet the mind for increased energy & joy.
Introduction to Yoga & Meditation
contact me to schedule either a private session, or with a group of your friends and colleagues.
Locations: Sebastopol, Santa Rosa, Cotati, Petaluma, Windsor, Healdsburg
Since the 1970′s Yoga’s popularity has been spreading like wildfire. People are drawn to various aspects of yoga depending on their disposition and other things, and often come to it from one narrow vantage point. If you would like a thorough, grounded and intelligent introduction to Yoga, I hope you’ll contact me.
Physical yoga, more accurately named hatha yoga, is a science and art form based in ancient Hindu culture. Hatha yoga is only one part of a much larger spiritual path. To learn and understand yoga in its larger context is not only extremely interesting but profoundly helpful in one’s personal life journey.
Our time together will be both experiential and informative. Come open, inquisitive, and curious. Wear comfortable, loose clothing. This workshop is perfect if you are new or fairly new to yoga & meditation, or experienced and wanting to understand more about yoga’s larger philosophical context. We will also learn about some of the many styles of hatha yoga.
Most spiritual and healing paths agree that deep joy, calm and wisdom reside at the center of the human being. Why then, is there so much pain, insecurity, boredom, disconnection and/or anything but joy?
Because we have not learned yet to source our lives from our center. Instead we source and manifest from our thoughts, emotions, habits, comfort zones, etc.; all outer layers.
How do I learn to feel, know and then express my center?
Learn to meditate.
Is it that simple?
No. Some more details are required. Here are some of them:
1. Learn from an experienced teacher whom you feel you can trust.
2. You will have to commit to a daily practice for the fruits to be realized. Quality is more important than quantity, so the amount of time you choose to meditate daily will be what you can realistically show up for.