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It’s holiday time again! While the holidays can be wildly joyful, they can also rob us of our sanity! When you start to feel overwhelmed and exhausted, spend a few minutes in one of these four restorative yoga pose to give yourself a much need break.
Being able to withdraw from our harried, busy lives is vital for our physical, mental and spiritual health. Learn how your yoga practice can serve as a place of sanctuary through the practice of pratyahara.
You probably know at least one person who you’d describe as resilient. Resilient people seem to weather life’s ups and downs with grace, good humor and ease. Why is that? What secret power do they have that you don’t? Turns out there is no secret to being more resilient and, it is easier than you might think.
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Beverly plans every class to meet the individual needs of her students with mindful pacing, clear and detailed instruction, and adaptations designed to enable everyone to benefit from yoga. Her experience and training as a therapeutic yoga specialist are unsurpassed.
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In December, my bone density results came back worse than the prior year. I knew there were things I could do to help my bones get stronger without taking prescription medication. I read that Yoga is one of the exercises that has shown to be successful for bone health. That’s where my journey began with Beverly. She is so good at what she does, extremely knowledgeable & has the skills to share everything in such a wonderful way. I really enjoyed & learned a lot from her. She has been a tremendous help & I can’t thank her enough.
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