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I want to live in a world that is less dogmatic and more intuitive, a world where we do less and experience more. Your body has a language, and learning to decode it can empower you make the choices that deeply nourish your well-being. I would love to guide you through the process of discovering a practice that truly honors where you are.

I trust my clients to be in charge of their own practice. Whether you’re brand new to yoga or a seasoned practitioner, I know that you have within you everything that you need to uncover your innate power and resilience, and I would love to guide you into that potential.

I’m so glad you’re here. I can’t wait to work with you.

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Relax deeply. Increase your awareness. Nurture yourself. Find the variety you need for a balanced practice.

Customize your practice. Learn to listen deeply to your body’s wisdom. Reduce your symptoms and enhance your sense of wellbeing.

Now booking private yoga therapy sessions. Online and in-person options available.

Do you struggle with persistent pain, tension, or limited mobility? Join me for a therapeutic yoga group class series. This personalized small-group program brings you the benefits of yoga therapy for a group class price. Learn how to move better and feel better!

5-week programs with online and in-person options.

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After a couple of years in your classes and experiencing the results, there is no doubt your “less is more” approach was tremendously beneficial for me. At first I was skeptical that deceptively simple movements would improve my issues. I figured I would do a week of gentle yoga and then move up to the next yoga “level”. Little did I know, there was no need to “move up” to get benefits. I always thought your guidance/suggestions were spot on. The instructions were flexible enough (no pun intended) to work for a studio of folks with diverse needs.

Alan S.

I noticed that the combo of what I did during the day and what we did in class in the evening really helped alleviate the discomfort I was experiencing. One thing I found really interesting was how relaxed I felt after class, and it really got me exploring the idea of ease. I’ve noticed that in order for me to have “good posture” I have to constantly hold a lot of tension in my body. I am wondering if it’s worth holding that tension in order to look “ good” vs feel ease. I really like the idea of moving in a comfortable easy range to create a sense of safety. 

R. Dana