We are all in times of uncertainty due to COVID-19.
We are all trying to adapt to the new reality!
In these changing times, I am now offering Tuesday night yoga classes via Zoom.
Do Less… Be More!
It’s all about self-care! Our class consists of breath work, gentle, easy yoga poses to give you a good stretch, meditation and relaxation. The main focus of our time together is to help you connect your mind, body and Spirit by slowing down.
All levels welcome. No experience necessary. Come get what YOU need!
Tina believes all healing starts with Self. When we address and heal our own blocks, belief systems and fears, we begin to know and understand our internal terrain.
For over two decades, Tina has been studying and teaching mind/body modalities including Body-Centered Psychotherapy, Intuitive Development, Yoga, Meditation, Reiki, Chakra Tending, Massage Therapy and Ritual Food Celebrations. Tina is passionate about sharing this work because it has provided her with core healing in her own life.
Tuesday Evening Class
Dates: 6/1, 6/8, 6/15, 6/29. Class will not be held on 6/22.
6:30 p.m. – 7:45 p.m. ET
Via Zoom! Please Contact Tina at email@example.com for more information!
See you on your mat.
Tuesday Evenings on Zoom – link will be sent after registration.
Yoga helps reduce anxiety. Research indicates that anxiety is created when your energy is held in the upper part of your body. Private Yoga Therapy sessions encompasses breath work, movement, postures, meditation, and relaxation tailored to your specific needs to help you ground your energy.
Tina holds special certifications in:
* Yoga Therapy for Cancer and Chronic Illness
* Trauma Sensitive Yoga
Mats, Blocks, Straps, Pillows, Blankets and Water are provided. Wear comfortable clothing.
Yes, Yoga helps reduce anxiety. Research indicates that anxiety is created when your energy is held in the upper part of your body. Through the use of breath work, movement, and relaxation, yoga helps you to ground your energy. When your energy is more grounded, your anxiety lessens tremendously.
I have no flexibility, do you think I can do Yoga?
Absolutely! I always tell my students, if you can breathe, you can do yoga. While that may strike you as funny, it is true. The practice of yoga allows us to begin wherever we are. This is the beauty of yoga.
Can Yoga benefit emotional crisis?
Yoga can help with emotional crisis by helping you create internal supports, including feeling safe in your body no matter what crisis you are in. Also by helping to create a practice of mindfulness wherein you learn to be present in the current moment to help diminish feelings of being overwhelmed.
Tina’s classes help me achieve my goal of ultimate health in mind and body. The power of movement, breathing and meditation have far reaching benefits.
May the long time sun shine upon you, all love surround you and the pure light within you, guide your way on.