I can provide private sessions in your home, office, or other location. See below for descriptions of classes and services I am currently offering. Please contact me to learn more and setup a free consultation.
Gently move through a customized sequence of postures designed to facilitate deep relaxation using the support of blankets, bolsters and other props. The goal is to completely rest, stimulating the parasympathetic nervous system for a soothing, restorative practice.
Chakra Clearing Meditation
In this 45-minute meditation, begin with a guided visualization that cleanses each chakra from bottom to top, then proceed through a sequence of mudras that draws energy down from top to bottom. Emerge feeling calmer and balanced.
Pranayama & Meditation
Pranayama, or breath-work, is one of the classical limbs of yoga. Through the practice of pranayama one may gain a deeper inner awareness of both body and mind, including the prana (or “energy”) body. A variety of techniques exist for different purposes: to cool and calm down, to warm and energize, to increase the amount of prana energy in the body, amongst many other things. Suitable for absolute beginners to advanced yoga practitioners, a sequence of breath-work and meditation will be customized for your needs at the present moment as well as ideas of how both can be used throughout your daily life to address your ongoing needs.
Reiki is a Japanese form of energy healing, but what exactly is it? There are a variety of opinions about what reiki is and what it does. I think about reiki as an energetic way to induce meditative brain waves in the person receiving the reiki, allowing for a soothing response similar to what one experiences in a restorative yoga session and potentially bolstering one’s meditation practice. People receiving reiki frequently report a variety of sensations experienced during the treatment – including the feeling of warmth, “seeing” colorful energy, or sometimes nothing more than just a general feeling of relaxation. Reiki can be provided as a stand-alone session or as part of a yoga session.
Stretch and balance the body with a low-impact asana sequence that can be adapted for absolute beginners all the way to seasoned yogis who want a relaxed-pace flow.