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 lots of gentle breathing, flowing movements matched with your breath, strong, still poses with a focus on body alignment, and meditation.
My classes encourage students to develop concentration and to pay attention to what’s happening in their body.
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:
<ul><li>breath practice,</li> <li>meditation,</li> <li>concentration,</li> and <<li>self-awareness.</li></ul> 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 both on and off the yoga mat. 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.
All in-person classes are held in Seattle, Washington.
Virtual classes are also available.
Sliding-scale spots are available. Contact me to discuss options.
Would you rather practice yoga with your friends or colleagues?
Songbird Yoga offers group classes for 5-10 students.
Groups can be organized around common interests (such as practicing meditation or learning yoga postures) or around specific disability or illness needs (such as practicing yoga in a chair, or learning postures non-visually).
Contact me to discuss putting a group class (or series of classes) together.
Send us a message to schedule a session!