What is restorative yoga?

Restorative yoga is done with the use of props; such as bolsters, straps, blocks and blankets. This practice involves placing you in a position that is as comfortable as possible for anywhere between 10 to 15 minutes with the intention to bring the body into a state of bliss. It restores the body in a more restful manner in that unlike yin- your weight is completely supported.
 

what is a twin flame?

Good question! I don’t really think anyone truly knows the answer to that. I can tell you it is the LEAST romantic love story of your life set to bring you into wholeness. It reflects some of your WORST shadows and your BRIGHTEST light. It is infuriating at times and some of the DEEPEST love you will ever experience. If you want to know more; there are some GREAT Twin Flame teachers out there… The Twin Flame Healers, Alison Lessard and readers such as Mystic Moon to name a few. Overall, it was and has been described as the fast track to ascension.
 

WHERE DO YOU TEACH Yoga?

The simple answer to this is; I don’t. I am not a yoga teacher in the traditional sense in that I do not offer weekly classes. That said, I do offer yoga as a therapeutic approach for healing trauma. You can book a free consultation with me to see if working together could be a good fit, or you are always welcome to stop by any of the community events offered throughout the year.

 

what is yin yoga?

Yin yoga does not include any props and poses are generally held for 3 to 5 minutes by using the weight of gravity for a deep stretch in the tendons and fascia within the joints. More than that, it is also suggested that yin helps with energy blockages in the meridians that run to the organs within the body, which allows for a more free flow of energy and further healing to the body system.
 

DO I HAVE TO BE FLEXIBLE IN ORDER TO DO YOGA?

No. In fact, sometimes not having any knowledge around yoga could be more beneficial in terms of learning. That said, the type of yoga we will typically do in a session together will be a combination of restorative and yin or a more balanced yinyasa flow, which is still very gentle, yet powerful. Each session together will vary depending on what your higher self says is optimal for your healing.
 

wHAT IS A TRAUMA HEALING PRACTITIONER?

A trauma healing practitioner is exactly what it sounds like. I help to heal people from all kinds of traumatic experiences through different modalities of services. I am a Veteran, a certified 200 hour yoga teacher, Reiki and Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) practitioner and am working towards a second masters degree in Clinical Psychology. Additionally, I offer sound healing and energy clearings as I feel those modalities essential to healing the split between mindy, body and spirit.