Private Yoga Sessions

Personalized guidance can take you further.

Group yoga classes are wonderful, but the real magic happens in private yoga sessions where each practice is tailored to exactly what you need.

I specialize in blending yoga with Buddhist mindfulness practices for holistic health and stress management, so you can expect a range of practices that nourish the body as well as the mind.

I have advanced certifications in the following areas:

Insight Yoga
Developed by master teacher Sarah Powers, Insight yoga is a heart-centered approach that interweaves the insights and practices of Yoga, Buddhism, Taoism, and Transpersonal Psychology. A typical practice might blend slowly-flowing, strength-building (yang) postures with floor-based (yin) postures to cultivate presence and harmonize the body, as well as seated meditation from the Buddhist tradition.

Yin Yoga
Yin Yoga is an uncomplicated and non-authoritarian practice that can help you find a ground of support in the body so you can more easily turn inward. These quiet postures, held for several minutes, then become a springboard for practices that cultivate inner freedom such as breathwork, mindfulness, and inquiry. Yin Yoga is a unique opportunity to practice introspection, patience, compassion, and connection - essential skills for daily life.

Self-Awakening Yoga
Reclaim forgotten movement with floor-based yoga. Combining breath, subtle movements and deep relaxation, Self Awakening Yoga is designed to recondition the body for greater range of motion and release emotional tension.

Therapeutic Yoga
The practice of undoing, Therapuetic Yoga is combination of restorative yoga, healing touch, and guided imagery to support the mind, body and spirit in the process of healing. It was originally developed by Cheri Clampett to help those recovering from injury or illness and their care-givers, but it is also for anyone that needs a little extra self-care. This is a rejuvenating practice that can guide you to a sense of wholeness no matter the challenges you face. Therapeutic yoga is not a substitute for standard medical and psychiatric care. Rather, it is intended to be a nurturing compliment to your self-care routine that improves your sense of wellbeing so the body can restore.