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Pause.
Take a deep breath in.
and exhale.

I know that life is busy. It feels next to impossible to slow down, let alone take a moment for yourself.

You know that there must be more to this “self-care” thing than a glass of wine after a long day.

You’ve been hearing that yoga and meditation would be great for helping you overcome overwhelm, but to squeeze a yoga class into your already full schedule feels even more stressful.

Maybe you’ve tried yoga before but felt it wasn’t for you. It was too fast, too slow, too hard, or too spiritual. Maybe all the downward dogs hurt your shoulder as you thought to yourself, wasn’t this supposed to make me feel better?

Here’s the thing. Group yoga classes are not for everyone, but I truly believe the practice can be adapted for anyone. (yes, you, even if you can’t touch your toes).

I believe yoga should be accessible for anyone who is searching for a sustainable solution for stress reduction.

This is why I work with my clients one-on-one, in order to create customized practices for them to practice in the comfort of their own homes.