Relax and revitalize through breathing, postures & movement
Yoga is a gentle and clear teacher, revealing to the student his or her mind and one's relationship with one's body and with one's self.
Every negative self thought and belief can be transformed through love.
Bring your mind to the practice, and quiet it. With a quiet mind, discovering new aspects of yourself is now possible.
Listen to your body. Move and stretch accordingly. Accept your current limitations. They hold the possibility of change.
Feel, acknowledge and release.
Self respect, self regard, and most importantly, self love are all gifts of yoga practice.
Yoga helps to release mental, emotional, and physical tensions and create space within your body, mind, and heart.
Yoga is a tool of transformation.
Practicing yoga is not a journey to a far away place. Instead, it is a return home.
Coming back home to oneself, feeling centered, feeling safe, feeling connected to one's heart, is a wonderful place to live.
Extending from your center, out to the world, is a beneficial offering.
The manifestation of one's outer world is created by one's inner world.
Yoga helps you to reclaim yourself through love and compassion for yourself.
"I took yoga with Ann for eight years and throughout an entire pregnancy. Ann is the best yoga teacher that I have worked with. She is a consummate teacher, weaving her knowledge of Reiki, yoga, physical therapy and spirituality into her classes. I would often leave her class not only more flexible and relaxed, but with a greater understanding of how to maneuver through an often
Ann is committed to teaching her students about yoga and its relationship not only to the body but to the mind as well. She is responsive to her students' needs and structures each class with a sensitivity to what the group requires for that particular day." Aysha, Vermont
Yoga means 'union'. Bringing together into wholeness the body, mind, heart, and spirit.
"Ann was instrumental in teaching me not only the postures in yoga, but inculcating an understanding of the spirituality that surrounds it. Ann's calm, non-judgmental manner of teaching encouraged students of all levels to participate." Catherine, Vermont