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Yoga Offerings

What is a Songbird Yoga session like?

That all depends on you, on what your body wants, what your mind feels up to that day, and what you’re hoping to get out of yoga.

In general, expect a slow, thoughtful class with a focus on gentle movement and breathing. You will be encouraged to check in with your body and mind, and to take note of how you’re feeling as you move through the class.

At Songbird Yoga, we use the asana (movement and postures) to bring our attention to what’s happening inside both body and mind.

We blend asana with yoga’s teachings and contemporary mindfulness practices.

In any one session this might include:

    • breath practice,
    • meditation,
    • concentration,

and

  • self-awareness.

The body is the tool we use to access these practices.

I aim to help you find a deeper connection with yourself and to give you the tools you need to tap into your own strength and courage.

Songbird Yoga classes are not exercise classes. You may build physical strength, balance and endurance over time, but Songbird Yoga classes prioritize softness, restfulness, ease and softening – qualities that build mental, emotional, and spiritual strength.

Yoga sessions with me are about collaboration. I bring the yoga know-how; you bring the knowledge living in your own mind and body has given you.

Yoga Consultation

Do you have disabilities or a chronic illness and wonder how yoga can help you? Maybe you’ve been to a class or two that really didn’t work for you, or maybe even made your symptoms temporarily worse.
Using her training as a yoga teacher, her nearly two decades of yoga practice, and her deep knowledge (gained through both study and experience) of what it is like to move through a world that was not built with disabled and chronically ill people in mind, Robin will teach you about what yoga is, and help you figure out how to find yoga practices and teachers that will meet and support you where you are.

Contact me to learn more.

Yoga Nidra (Guided Awareness)

Rest is essential to our well-being. Among other things, it helps with:

  • Stress management
  • .

  • Improved digestion
  • deeper, more satisfying sleep.

The act of relaxing and turning inward is deeply healing and nourishing.

Yoga Nidra is a gentle guided awareness practice that can help you unwind mentally, let go of muscle tension, and even sleep.

Yoga nidra is a practice of receiving rather than doing.

The yoga nidra approach Robin offers is soft and nondemanding, and surprisingly simple.

All that is required is a stable place to sit or lie down, some pillows, folded towels, or blankets to support your body, and a blanket for warmth or comfort.

The practice itself is a narrated journey into and through the body. All you are asked to do is to observe, and be present with the experience of observing.
Contact me to book a private yoga nidra session or learn more about virtual group yoga nidra sessions.

Virtual Classes

Pay here for online classes.

Single Yoga Class $15 4 Yoga Classes $50

Book a class with Songbird Yoga

Send us a message to schedule a session!