I have been a student of yoga for many years. I have always been interested in the philosophical and meditative aspects of yoga, as well as the physical benefits. After retiring from my work as a physician in 2014, I wondered what could I do for my community. I have personally gained so much from yoga, that I wanted to share it. I signed up for the Richmond Beach Yoga teacher training, graduating in April of 2015. The program provided me with a good understanding of the various schools of yoga practice, the history and ancient writings and the skills needed for teaching. We did an extensive study of musculoskeletal anatomy and used that information to learn to teach yoga poses safely and effectively. I would like to give credit and thanks to Jennifer Cabañero, my first “real” yoga teacher, Donna Farhi, her mentor, and my RBY teachers Angeline Johnston and Dylan Noebles for their generosity, knowledge and commitment. Off the mat, I enjoy riding horses, playing the flute and the bass guitar and spending time with my husband and 2 goofy standard poodles.
Winter Challenge: December 15th-March 15th Why have just one? Challenge A. – Attend 60 classes between December 15th and March 15th and receive 20% off your next purchase or monthly membership charge. Challenge B. – The 5 Minute Challenge 1 minute of plank 1 minute of chaturanga (yoga push up) …Read More
Myofascial Release for Neck and Shoulder Tension December 10th 12-2 p.m. with Torrey Kaminski Myo-what?! Myofascial Release is an effective, self-treatment therapy that focuses on relaxing the deep tissues of the body. Myo refers to our muscles, and fascia is the dense connective tissue that covers all muscles and bones …Read More
Our Noon hour, lunch time Vinyasa offered to the community at large. Please pay in class. (we’re unable to offer the discount online via our software, unfortunately). Members are of course welcome and can use their normal membership to attend.